From Author to Text: Re-reading George Eliot's Romola

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Caroline Levine, Mark W. Turner
Ashgate, Jan 1, 1998 - Literary Criticism - 217 pages
This study shifts the critical emphasis from canonical author to her uncanonical text - from George Eliot to Romola - and so broadens the range of interpretive possibilities while bringing them into sharper focus.

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Contents

Rethinking the Text
4
Whose Text Is It Anyway?
17
The Texts of Romola
37
Copyright

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Mark Turner is Professor of English and a member of the doctoral faculty in neuroscience and cognitive science at the University of Maryland. He is also external research professor in cognitive science at the Krasnow Institute for Advanced Study.

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