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When we read a text, we hear a voice talking to us. Yet the voice changes over time. In his new book titled Poesins rÃ¶ster, Mats Malm, professor in comparative literature at the University of Gothenburg, Sweden, shows that when reading older literature, we may hear completely different voices than contemporary readers did — or not hear any voices at all. 'When we read a novel written today, we hear a voice that speaks pretty much the same language we speak, and that...
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