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Who's Carving Up the Nineteenth Century?

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  23 October 2020

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The Passage I've Placed at the Head of this Essay should be Committed to Memory and Taken to Heart Taken to heart. It says in brief nearly everything that needs to be said, not only on the question that rubricates this essay—the question put to me by the editor—but on the larger implications of that question.

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The Changing Profession
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PMLA , Volume 116 , Issue 5 , October 2001 , pp. 1415 - 1421
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Copyright © Modern Language Association of America, 2001

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Jackson, J. R. de J. Historical Criticism and the Meaning of Texts. London: Routledge, 1989.Google Scholar

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