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Title: La recepció de Virginia Woolf fins a la guerra
Author: Iribarren i Donadeu, Teresa
Keywords: psychological novel
english novel
catalan translation
Virginia Woolf
Issue Date: 1-Jan-2014
Publisher: Quaderns de traducció
Abstract: This article is a chronicle of the reception of Virginia Woolf in Catalonia until the end of the Spanish Civil War. Beyond registering the comments provoked by the translations of Mrs Dalloway (1931) and Flush (1938), the main lines of critical discourse on the writer are reconstructed, in which there were compelling issues both moral and aesthetic. Ultimately, this study shows that the warm reception of Woolf was due to the fact that it was soon seen that neither the translations of her work or her literary influence could collaborate to establish a readership of novels in Catalan
Language: Catalan
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