Katerina Koutsantoni

Virginia Woolf's Common Reader

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In the first comprehensive study of Virginia Woolf's Common Reader, Katerina Koutsantoni draws on theorists from the fields of sociology, sociolinguistics, philosophy, and literary criticism to investigate the thematic pattern underpinning these books with respect to the persona of the 'common reader'. As she explores and challenges the meaning of impersonality in Woolf's Common Reader, Koutsantoni shows how related issues, including authority, reader-response, intersubjectivity, and dialogism, offer useful perspectives from which to examine Woolf's work.
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405 printed pages
Original publication
2013

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