CitationDuquette, Natasha. “’A Thousand Angles’: Photographic Irony in the Work of Virginia Woolf and Julia Margaret Cameron.” Mosaic: A Journal for the Interdisciplinary Study of Literature 33, no. 2 (June 2000): 125-142.
AbstractThis essay argues that both Julia Margaret Cameron and her great-niece Virginia Woolf challenge class and gender stereotypes through photographic irony Departing from the reading of Cameron as Woolf's staid Victorian foil, I suggest that Woolf was aware of the destablizing force of humor within Cameron's work.
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Alternative TitlePhotographic Irony in the Work of Virginia Woolf and Julia Margaret Cameron