Professor Laura Marcus: List of publications

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autobiography and psychoanalysis

Before all, to make you see: Modernism’s Visual Turn

British Film Culture and Soviet Cinema in the 1920s

cinematic fictions

City symphonies’ in Modernist Literature and Film

Experiments in Form

Film, fiction and ’ the death of cinema’

From The Grass is Singing to The Golden Notebook

Poetry into film speech: Documentary cinema, poetics and the literature of ’fact’ in the 1930s

The work of the hand: Virginia Woolf and the Hogarth Press

Viginia Woolf anf the Art of the Novel

Virginia Woolf's Short Stories

Virginia Woolf’s Short Stories and the Art of Reflection

‘Autobiography and Psychoanalysis’, in , ed. (Oxford University Press, 2015), pp..

‘”A Hymn to Movement”: The “city symphony” in the 1920s’,, Volume 5, No. 1 2010, pp. 30-46.

‘”Some Ancestral Dread”: Woolf, Autobiography and the Question of “Shame”

Autobiography: A Very Short Introduction

Virginia Woolf, Katherine Mansfield, Rebecca West

‘First World War Film and the Face of Death'

‘Modernist Literature and Film’

‘The Rhythm of the Rails: Sound and Locomotion’

Late Victorian into Modern

The Coming of Cinema

Moving Modernisms: Motion, Technology, and Modernity

The Short Fiction

'Experiments in form: modernism and autobiography in Woolf, Eliot, Mansfield, Lawrence, Joyce and Richardson'

‘Cinematic and Televisual Fictions’

‘Enacting Holmes: Performance and Impersonation in Fiction and Film’

The Library in Film

The Optic of Mass Observation

‘The Optics of Mass-Observation’

Dreams of modernity: Psychoanalysis, literature, cinema

The writer in film: Authorship and imagination

‘The Death of Cinema and the Contemporary Novel’

European Witness: Analysands Abroad in the 1920s and 1930s

"The Tempo of Revolution": British Film Culture and Soviet Cinema in the 1920s

Virginia Woolf and the Art of the Novel

Virginia Woolf and digression: Adventures in consciousness

The Tenth Muse Writing about Cinema in the Modernist Period

Virginia Woolf as publisher and editor: The Hogarth Press

A Hymn to Movement: the ’city symphony’ in the 1920s


Viginia Woolf as Publisher and Editor: the Hogarth Press

‘Hieroglyphics in motion’: Representing ancient Egypt and the Middle East in film theory and criticism of the silent period


Cinema and Visual Culture: Close up 1927-1933

Ian McEwan’s Modernist Time

The Creative Treatment of Actuality: John Grierson, Documentary Cinema and ’Fact’ in the 1930s

"In the circle of the lens": Virginia Woolf's "telescope" story, scene-making and memory

Pilgrimage and the Space of Dreams

The Legacies of Modernism

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