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Pearson , Lynn F. The Story of the Seaside Pleasure Buildings of — Phillips , Kathy J. Virginia Woolf against Empire. University of Tennessee Press, Pierce , Joanna Tapp. She has contributed to numerous collections on the work of Virginia Woolf.

Christina Alt analyses Woolf's responses to disciplines ranging from taxonomy and the new biology of the laboratory Cambridge University Press Bolero Ozon. Virginia Woolf and the Study of Nature. Reflecting the modernist fascination with science, Virginia Woolf's representations of nature are informed by a wide-ranging interest in contemporary developments in the life sciences. Christina Alt analyses Woolf's responses to disciplines ranging from taxonomy and the new biology of the laboratory to ethology and ecology and illustrates how Woolf drew on the methods and objectives of the contemporary life sciences to describe her own literary experiments.