Virginia Woolf has written extensively about her own strategies of reading. In her essays and her letters, she often describes the methods she employs to reconstruct the real author’s personality and retrace authorial voices in the books she was experiencing as a reader. This article will compare Woolf’s methods to contemporary discussions about immersion in fictional texts and emotional engagement...
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