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Virginia Woolf as a Literary/Cultural Critic
This essay tries to explore another Virginia Woolf as a critic of cultural and literary phenomena through a few essays in Collected Essays, The Common Reader, and The Second Common Reader. Woolf's engagement in literary criticism is the result of her recognition that existing system of reviewers and professional critics couldn't satisfy any components of contemporary literary market. The concept of “common reader” can be an alternative for her. The common reader is not only limited to real reading public. It also becomes her critical principle and method as an 'ideal' reader, who judges literary value in the last instance. Critical activity sets out from revealing the prejudices and flaws of a text, not from inquiring the right answer of authentic professionals. The moment the common readers start to express their own words, literature comes to a “common ground” without boundary. Woolf draws a democratic cultural scene from that place.
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