Resa Dudovitz  

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"A novel which sold well in the eighteenth century - and even the most successful book rarely sold more than a few thousand copies - did so within a fairly closed circle of readers, many of whom as writers also participated in deciding the prevailing criteria of literary excellence." --The Myth of Superwoman (1990) by Resa L. Dudovitz, page 21

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Resa L. Dudovitz is an Anglophone literary theorist specialized in women's fiction and women writing.

She has written a good introduction to the bestseller phenomenon and its history.




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