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Friday, 28 December

208. Gastronomical Woolf

10:15–11:30 a.m., Columbus Hall H, Hyatt Regency

Program arranged by the International Virginia Woolf Society

Presiding: Andrea E. Adolph, Kent State Univ., Stark Regional Campus

1. “‘The Lamp in the Spine Does Not Light on Beef and Prunes’: Virginia Woolf on Privileged Dining and Intellectual Work,” L. Jill Lamberton, Univ. of Michigan, Ann Arbor

2. “Virginia Woolf, X. Marcel Boulestin, and the Vogue for French Cooking in To the Lighthouse,” Leslie Kathleen Hankins, Cornell Coll.

3. “Nostalgic Appetites: Tracing Wartime Rationing in Woolf’s Between the Acts,” Andrea E. Adolph

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