- Title Pages
- List of Contributors
Chapter One“Messages of Peace”
Chapter TwoWoolf and Criticism in the Time of Post-Critique
Chapter ThreeReason, Ridicule, and Indifference
Chapter FourAn Ethics of Wartime Protest
Chapter Five“Peace as awakeness to the precariousness of the other”
Chapter Six“[A]s if some animal were dying in a slow but exquisite anguish”
Chapter SevenThe Disintegration of Sense and Bodies in Pain
Chapter EightBreaking the Peace
Chapter NineWoolf, Weeping Women, and the European mater dolorosa
Chapter Ten“Peace was the third emotion”
Chapter Eleven“Real Loyalties”
Chapter TwelveThoughts on Flowering in an Air Raid
Chapter ThirteenBetween Aesthetic and Political Theory
Chapter FifteenRadical Hope as Protest
- Index of Names
- Virginia Woolf, Europe, and Peace
- Peter Adkins, Derek Ryan
- Liverpool University Press
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