6 edition of Rejoining the common reader found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Clara Claiborne Park.|
|LC Classifications||AC8 .P28 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xx, 231 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||231|
|ISBN 10||0810109778, 0810109913|
|LC Control Number||91017272|
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She was perhaps better able, then, to address a 'common reader' in this wide-ranging collection of essays. With all the imagination and gaiety that are the stamp of her genius, she turns from medieval England to tsarist Russia, and subjects Elizabethan playwrights, Victorian novelists and modern essayists to her wise, acute and entertaining. The common reader, as Dr. Johnson implies, differs from the critic and the scholar. He is worse educated, and nature has not gifted him so generously. He reads for his own pleasure rather than to impart knowledge or correct the opinions of others.
With the first volume published in and the second in , The Common Reader brings together a collection of Woolf's critical essays and articles, in total forty entries covering historical and contemporary authors and themes. In , Richard Altick's groundbreaking work The English Common Reader transformed the study of book history. Putting readers at the centre of literary culture, Altick anticipated-and helped produce-fifty years of scholarly inquiry into the ways and means by which the Victorians read. Now, A Return to the Common Reader asks what Altick's.
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When Akadine Press filed for Chapter 7 at the United States Bankruptcy Court, Southern District of New York, on Jan. 10, it had 1, creditors holding more than $1 million in unsecured nonpriority claims. In Richard Altick introduced his pioneering book The English Common Reader as a "preliminary map of [a] vast territory, still virtually unexplored, which awaits the researcher.
There is room," he ventured, "for literally hundreds of studies which are here merely sketched."1I More recently, however, Altick lamented that over three decades "not much has been done to expand the scope of.
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