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“Mr. Bennett and Mrs. Brown” is a 1923 essay by Virginia Woolf. There are at least two central features that “Mr. Bennett and Mrs. Brown” shares with texts like “Modern Fiction”; first, there is the shared concern with representation, and especially representation of character; and second, this concern is almost always explored with respect to the literary practices of Edwardian writers.
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