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Common Reader: Virginia Woolf’s Concept

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For this week’s Common Reader, Alice explains Virginia Woolf’s idea of what this actually was, expressed in her essays through her advocacy of the self-made critic and the democratisation of literature. Hosts Lucy and Will wonder what Woolf would have thought of the modern age’s tool for the common reader: the internet.

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alicefromdunderland
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Lucy Edwards
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