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Outsiders Together:
Virginia and Leonard Woolf
Natania Rosenfeld

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"Outsiders Together is the most comprehensive work to date-and the fairest, most informed-on the interconnections between husband and wife, fiction and ideologies. It is long overdue. Not only is the book a timely corrective to prejudicial and reductionist readings of the Woolfs' subtly and mutually fulfilling relationship, but it is also a recuperation of Leonard's contributions to political thought and modern literature, and of Virginia's own evolution as a cultural subversive. What is particularly admirable about this book is its massive network of interconnecting historical facts, modern and postmodern theory, and clever, keen literary insights."--Thomas C. Caramagno, University of Nebraska

"Outsiders Together is the most comprehensive work to date--and the fairest, most informed--on the interconnections between husband and wife, fiction and ideologies. It is long overdue."--Thomas C. Caramagno, University of Nebraska

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