Carrol Cox wrote:
>if the person ('common' reader, critic, scholar, historian, what-have-you) makes a more or less persuasive case that the world she/he 'creates' is at least homologous to if not identical with the world created in the text.
A common error of 19th century thinking.
Such a construction is impossible.
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