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“Prose” refers to a largely free mode of speaking and writing that is not tethered to any normative form, and which permits a wide range of composition styles due to the openness of its content and form. In 18 chapters, this volume makes “prose” – an important but thus far insufficiently examined category of literary studies – the subject of historical, methodological, and theoretical investigations.
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