On Second Thought: Updating the Eighteenth-century Text

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Debra Taylor Bourdeau, Elizabeth Kraft
University of Delaware Press, 2007 - 301 страници
Every ending marks a potential beginning; every act of reading is, in a very real sense an act of re-writing; and to revise is, literally, to re-see. These bits of conventional wisdom underlie the topic explored in this volume's collection of essays by literary critics who want to know more about the instinct to continue and the impulse to revise an existing text.

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