A COMIC ABSURDITY ENTITLED: A SOCIETY BY VIRGINIA WOOLF.
Iowa City, IA / Shallotte, NC: Making Waves Press, 2021. First edition. Oblong. Perfect bound, pictorial wrappers in the colors violet, white, & green in homage to the Suffragist Movement. Fully illustrated in pictorial assemblages by the author. Fine, as new.
First edition. Centenary cinematic edition. "Virginia Woolf's comic 'counterblast' takes on male privilege," -- from the cover. The "take" refers to a "public debate about the limits of women's intelligence and creativity ... between Woolf and Desmond McCarthy (and Arnold Bennett) in the New Statesman 'Letters to the Editor' pages in October 1920" -- page [4-5]. "A Society" was published in MONDAY OR TUESDAY in 1921 by the Hogarth Press. Leslie Kathleen Hankins is a professor at Cornell College, Iowa, and a book artist. She is a former president of the International Virginia Woolf Society and has been presenting and publishing on Virginia Woolf and the cinema for several decades. In 2012, Hankins founded a press of her own, Making Waves Press. Fine. Item #340