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'The Village in the Jungle' Roundtable Discussion

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Duration: 0:45:14 | Added: 18 Jun 2013
This Roundtable Discussion offers several ways into the life and work of Leonard Woolf from the perspectives of several academics.

Hermione Lee and Anna Snaith build on the intersections of Leonard's work with Virginia Woolf's novels, while Elleke Boehmer and Nisha Manocha trace the Conradian elements of his writing. David Trotter explains why he understands Woolf's novel to be a 'primitivist' text, while Susheila Nasta brings Woolf's interactions with E.M. Forster, Mulk Raj Anand and others to the fore.

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