Readership: Students and scholars of twentieth-century literature; students and scholars with an interest in literature and emotion.
Kirsty Martin, Lecturer in English Literature, University of Exeter
Kirsty Martin studied as an undergraduate and postgraduate at the University of Oxford. She held a Junior Research Fellowship at Linacre College, University of Oxford, and a Lectureship at Christ Church, University of Oxford. She is currently Lecturer in English Literature at the University of Exeter.
"a persuasive examination of an important aspect of Woolf's writing." - Year's Work in English Studies
"Offers a fresh perspective in modernist studies ... Martin's argument about modernism and the rhythms of sympathy ... is convincingly and interestingly developed throughout the book." - Marco Canani, Journal of D. H. Lawrence Studies
1: Vernon Lee's Empathy
2: Virginia Woolf and the 'Conditions of Our Love'
3: D.H. Lawrence: 'The Way Our Sympathy Flows and Recoils'