The economy of character : novels, market culture, and the business of inner meaning /
At the start of the eighteenth century, talk of literary "characters" referred as much to letters and typefaces as it did to persons in books. Yet by the nineteenth century, characters had become companions to their readers, friends with whom readers might spend time and empathize. Althoug...
|Published:||Chicago : University of Chicago Press, 1998.|
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