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A companion to the eighteenth-century English novel

Author: Paula R Backscheider
Publisher: Malden, Ma [u.a.] : Blackwell, 2005.
Edition/Format:   Computer file : English : [Online-Ausg.]

A Companion to the Eighteenth-century Novel furnishes readers with a sophisticated vision of the eighteenth-century novel in its political, aesthetic, and moral contexts. An up-to-date resource  Read more...


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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Paula R Backscheider
ISBN: 9781405101578 9780470996232 0470996234 1405101571
OCLC Number: 759812292
Description: XIII, 550 S. : ill., Kt.
Contents: Notes on Contributors. Introduction: Catherine Ingrassia (Virginia Commonwealth University). Shared Bibliography. PART I: Formative Influences. 1 'I have now done with my island, and all manner of discourse about it': Crusoe's Farther Adventures and the Unwritten History of the Novel: Robert Markley (University of Illinois). 2 Fiction/Translation/Transnation: The Secret History of the Eighteenth-Century Novel: Srinivas Aravamudan (Duke University). 3 Narrative Transmigrations: The Oriental Tale and the Novel in Eighteenth-Century Britain: Ros Ballaster (Mansfield College, Oxford University). 4 Age of Peregrination: Travel Writing and the Eighteenth-Century Novel: Elizabeth A. Bohls (University of Oregon). 5 Milton and the Poetics of Ecstasy in Restoration and Eighteenth-Century Fiction: Robert A. Erickson (University of California, Santa Barbara). 6 Seduction Stories and Subaltern Resistance: Gender, Party, Nation: Toni Bowers (University of Pennsylvania). PART II: World of the Eighteenth-Century Novel. 7 Why Fanny Can't Read: Joseph Andrews and the (Ir)relevance of Literacy: Paula McDowell (Rutgers University). 8 Memory and Mobility: Fictions of Population in Defoe, Goldsmith, and Scott: Charlotte Sussman (University of Colorado). 9 The Erotics of the Novel: James Grantham Turner (University of California, Berkeley). 10 The Original American Novel: or, The American Origin of the Novel: Elizabeth Maddock Dillon (Yale University). 11 The Early Novel and its Readers: The Case of Eliza Haywood, Aaron Hill, and the Hillarians: Kathryn R. King (University of Montevallo). 12 Momentary Fame: Female Novelists in Eighteenth-Century Book Reviews: Laura L Runge (University of South Florida). 13 Women, Old Age, and the Eighteenth-Century Novel: Devoney Looser (University of Missouri-Columbia). 14 Joy and Happiness: Adam Potkay (College of William & Mary). PART III: The Novel's Modern Legacy. 15 The Eighteenth-Century Novel and Print Culture: A Proposed Modesty: Christopher Flint (Case Western Reserve University). 16 An Emerging New Canon of the British Eighteenth-Century Novel: Feminist Criticism, the Means of Cultural Production, and the Question of Value: John Richetti (University of Pennsylvania). 17 Queer Gothic: George E. Haggerty (University of California, Riverside). 18 Conversable Fictions: Kathryn Sutherland (Oxford University). 19 Racial Legacies: The Speaking Countenance and the Character Sketch in the Novel: Roxann Wheeler (Ohio State University). 20 Home Economics: Representations of Poverty in Eighteenth-Century Fiction: Ruth Perry (MIT). 21 Whatever Happened to the Gordon Riots? : Problems in Revolutionary Representation: Carol Houlihan Flynn (Tufts University). 22 The Novel Body Politic: Susan S. Lanser (Brandeis University). 23 Literary Culture as Immediate Reality: Paula R. Backscheider (Auburn University). Index
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