Journals Higher Education

Character and Person

John Frow

  • The first systematic study of character of this depth and scope
  • Offers interdisciplinary range, covering literary theory, cultural studies, anthropology, law, art history, linguistics, cognitive science, and philosophy
  • Shows theoretical depth, offering a rigorously theorized account of fictional character and of social personhood
  • Includes a range of case studies with wide historical and cultural scope, from Hellenistic Greece through to the contemporary digital world
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