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Virginia Woolf
used in Can Science Explain Why We Tell Stories?

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English writer whose novels are known for their poetic and symbolic quality with an emphasis on psychology (1882-1941)
  • There is not a single reference in Gottschall's book to such students of the mechanics of storytelling as William Empson, Samuel Johnson, Lionel Trilling, Virginia Woolf, Edmund Wilson, or Randall Jarrell, all of whom brooded long and hard upon stories and their subjects.

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