"From the Flower Beds": 2019 Robinson Honors Fellowship Public Deposited

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  • April 24, 2020
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  • Cobb, Collier
    • Other Affiliation: Robinson Honors Fellowship
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  • 2019 Robinson Honors Fellowship In the aftermath of the First World War’s devastation, Virginia Woolf and her peers in the Bloomsbury Group were committed to a view of identity and personhood as fractured and dispersed. I investigated how these thinkers addressed such topics in their respective compositions, and how they changed over the course of the war period, by studying their original notes, letters, diary entries, and drafts at the British Library and Bloomsbury Museum in London.
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