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The English novel. Vol. 2, Smollett to Austen

Author: Richard Kroll
Publisher: London : Longman, 1998.
Series: Longman critical readers.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The essays on the English novel included in this compilation are generally regarded as being notable and the editor emphasises their role and relevance in the ongoing debate surrounding the origins of the novel.
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Richard Kroll
ISBN: 0582099684 9780582099685 0582099692 9780582099692
OCLC Number: 60139985
Description: xi, 318 pages ; 23 cm.
Contents: General Editors' PrefaceEditor's PrefacePublisher's AcknowledgementsIntroduction1. GENERAL ESSAYS: THE SENTIMENTAL AND THE GOTHIC1.1 George Starr, "'Only a Boy': Notes on Sentimental Novels."1.2 Margaret Anne Doody, "Desserts, Ruins and Troubled Wasters: Female Dreams in Fiction and the Development of the Gothic Novel."2. SMOLLETT2.1 John Barrell, "A Diffused Picture, An Uniform Plan: Roderick Random in the Labyrinth of Britain."2.2 Robert Folkenflik, "Self and Society: Comic Union in Humphry Clinker."3. STERNE3.1 Jonathan Lamb, "The Comic Sublime and Sterne's Fiction."3.2 Carol Kay, "A Sentimental Journey: Purposeful Play."4. WALPOLE4.1 Ian P. Watt, "Time and Family in the Gothic Novel: The Castle of Otranto."4.2 Julia Epstein, "Cecilia: Money and Anarchy."5. WOLLSTONECRAFT 5.1 Mary Poovey, "Mary Wollstonecraft: The Gender of Genres in Late Eighteenth-Century England."6. GODWIN6.1 Donald R. Wehrs, "Rhetoric, History, Rebellion: Caleb Williams and the Subversion of Eighteenth-Century Fiction."7. AUSTEN7.1 Marilyn Butler, "The Juvenalia and Northanger Abbey."7.2 Claudia L. Johnson, "The Juvenalia and Northanger Abbey: The Authority of Men and Books."Notes on AuthorsFurther ReadingIndex
Series Title: Longman critical readers.
Responsibility: edited and introduced by Richard Kroll.

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Following from Volume 1, this text includes critical approaches to the 18th-century novel, discussing topics such as the Gothic novel, the rise in the number of women novelists in the later 18th  Read more...

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