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I wish to thank Ann Kaplan and Adrienne Munich, whose invitation to speak at the Humanities Center at SUNY-Stony Brook was the impetus for this essay, and the members of Susan Squier’s Virginia Woolf seminar for their lively responses. I also wish to thank those who read and commented on the various drafts for their insights and their patience: Jonathan Crewe, Louise Fradenburg, Alice Gambrell, Lynn Higgins, Marianne Hirsch, Matthew Rowlinson, Melissa Zeiger — and Tania Modleski, a terrific editor. As always, friends and acquaintances have provided the multimedia references to Woolf that make this work possible; here, I want to acknowledge Christine Froula and Marianne Hirsch.
Silver, Brenda R.
"Mis-fits: The Monstrous Union of Virginia Woolf and Marilyn Monroe,"
Discourse: Journal for Theoretical Studies in Media and Culture:
1, Article 5.
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