|aVirginia Woolf and the nineteenth-century domestic novel /|cby Emily Blair.
|aAlbany :|bState University of New York Press,|cc2007.
|axii, 287 p. ;|c24 cm.
|aSUNY series, studies in the long nineteenth century.
|aOriginally presented as the author's thesis (Ph. D.)--University of California, Davis, 2002.
|aIncludes bibliographical references (p. 263-275) and index.
|aThe slant of the kitchen chair: reassessing Virginia Woolf's relationship to her nineteenth-century predecessors -- The etiquette of fiction -- The wrong side of the tapestry: Elizabeth Gaskell's Wives and daughters -- The bad woman writer--"prostituting culture and enslaving intellectual liberty": Virginia Woolf and Margaret Oliphant -- A softly, spiritually green damask: Margaret Oliphant's domestic genius -- Cool, lady-like, critical or ravishing, romantic, recalling some English field or harvest: Virginia Woolf's perfect hostess.
|aWoolf, Virginia,|d1882-1941|xCriticism and interpretation.
|aWomen and literature|zEngland|xHistory|y20th century.
|aDomestic fiction, English|xHistory and criticism.