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Literary particularism

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Literary particularism

Literary particularism is a literary theory in which the details specific to a given text are considered more significant than the qualities it shares with other texts.[1]


  1. ^ Lalita Pandit; Patrick Colm Hogan (Winter 2006). "Introduction: Morsels and Modules: On Embodying Cognition in Shakespeare's Plays". College Literature. Retrieved January 17, 2013. 

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