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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Chevalley, Abel, 1868-1934.
Modern English novel.
New York, A.A. Knopf, 1925
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Abel Chevalley; Ben Ray Redman
|Description:||x p., 1 ℓ., 259,  p. 20 cm.|
|Contents:||Ch.6. Development of the English novel during the past thirty years. New tendencies. Novels of history and adventure from Stevenson to Maurice Hewlett. Precursors of the contemporary novel (W. J. Locke, Robert Hichens, E. M. Forster, G. K. Chesterton, Hilaire Belloc, E. F. Benson, Richard Pryce, Jerome K. Jerome, W. W. Jacobs, and others) --
Ch.7. The regionalists. Scotland (Sir J. M. Barrie, The "Kailyard School," etc.). Ireland (James Stephens, St. John Ervine, James Joyce, and others). Dartmoor and Cornwall (Eden Phillpotts, James Trevena, etc.). London (the "Cockney School," etc.) --
Ch.8. The five great contemporary novelists. Rudyard Kipling. H. G. Wells. Arnold Bennett. John Galsworthy. Joseph Conrad Ch.9. The women novelists from George Eliot to the war. The popular women novelists ("Sarah Grand," "J. O. Hobbes," "Lucas Malet," Mrs. W. K. Clifford, Elizabeth Robins, Mrs. Dudeney, etc.). Miss May Sinclair --
Ch.10. The young generation. Still another evolution. Hugh Walpole. Oliver Onions. Compton Mackenzie. J. D. Beresford. D. H. Lawrence. Frank Swinnerton --
Ch.11. The English novel since the war.
|Responsibility:||translated from the French of Abel Chevalley, by Ben Ray Redman.|