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Author: Daniel Defoe; Edward Kelly
Publisher: New York, Norton [1973]
Series: Norton critical edition.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : English : [1st ed.]View all editions and formats
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Whether or not the main source for Moll herself was a female criminal Defoe may have known personally in Newgate Prison, such as Moll King, his heroine's adventures echo events in the popular criminal biographies of the day. It is clear, moreover, that Defoe drew upon his own earlier periodical writings for a number of the episodes in the novel. The Backgrounds and Sources section provides material that influenced  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung
Adventure fiction
Picaresque literature
Adventure stories
Fiction
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.
Moll Flanders, an authoritative text.
New York, Norton [1973]
(OCoLC)643554572
Named Person: Daniel Defoe; Daniel Defoe; Daniel Defoe
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Daniel Defoe; Edward Kelly
ISBN: 039304291X 9780393042917 039309412X 9780393094121
OCLC Number: 538918
Notes: Original ed. published in 1722 under title: The fortunes and misfortunes of the famous Moll Flanders.
Description: ix, 444 pages illustrations 22 cm.
Contents: The text of Moll Flanders --
Textual appendix --
Hell upon Earth / John Hall --
Luxuries before loved-ones / Daniel Defoe --
Moll Hawkins, a shop-lift / Alexander Smith --
Anne Holland, a pick-pocket / Alexander Smith --
Mary Carleton, cheat, thief, and jilt / Alexander Smith --
A letter from Moll of Rag-Fair / Daniel Defoe --
Her last will and testament / T. Read --
Her death and elegy / T. Read --
Her funeral and epitaph / T. Read --
Sources and innovations in Defoe's Moll Flanders / John Robert Moore --
Who was Moll Flanders? / Gerald Howson --
No enduring him / Jonathon Swift --
A wit who will endure but one skimming / John Gay --
A false, shuffling, prevaricating rascal / Joseph Addison --
Defoe a proteus / Charles Gildon --
Defoe's readers / Anonymous --
On Defoe / Alexander Pope --
On Defoe / Samuel Johnson --
Defoe superior to Swift / Samuel Taylor Coleridge --
Estimate of Defoe's secondary novels / Charles Lamb --
Mr. Lamb and Mrs. Flanders / William Hazlitt --
Meddling with the unclean thing / William Hazlitt --
Money / Anonymous --
Morals / William Lee --
Defoe's novels / Sir Leslie Stephen --
Defoe / Virginia Woolf --
A novel of character / E.M. Forster --
Defoe's female characters / James Joyce --
Molly Bloom on Moll / James Joyce --
Moll Flanders / William Faulkner --
Genuine artistic intent / Alan Dugald McKillop --
Defoe as a novelist : Moll Flanders / Ian Watt --
The unity of Moll Flanders / Terence Martin --
Troubles with irony in earlier fiction / Wayne C. Booth --
Defoe as comic artist / Martin Price --
In defence of Moll Flanders / Arnold Kettle --
The two heroines of Moll Flanders / Robert Alan Donovan --
The maternal paradox in Moll Flanders : craft and character / Michael Shinagel --
Defoe's "indifferent monitor" : the complexity of Moll Flanders / Maximillian E. Novak --
Defoe and casuistry : Moll Flanders / G.A. Starr --
Daniel Defoe : a chronology.
Series Title: Norton critical edition.
Other Titles: Fortunes and misfortunes of the famous Moll Flanders
Responsibility: Edited by Edward Kelly.

Abstract:

Whether or not the main source for Moll herself was a female criminal Defoe may have known personally in Newgate Prison, such as Moll King, his heroine's adventures echo events in the popular criminal biographies of the day. It is clear, moreover, that Defoe drew upon his own earlier periodical writings for a number of the episodes in the novel. The Backgrounds and Sources section provides material that influenced the conception of Moll Flanders. The Criticism section offers one of the most comprehensive selections of opinion on the novel yet available in a single volume. In addition to a general survey of the eighteenth- and nineteenth-century appraisals of Defoe and the novel, the selections include commentary on problems that have concerned modern critics of the novel, such as ironic intent, the structure of the novel, thematic and philosophical insights, and character evaluations. Among the critics represented are Virginia Woolf, E.M. Forster, James Joyce, G.A. Starr, Alan McKillop, Ian Watt, Terence Martin, Wayne C. Booth, Martin Price, Arnold Kettle, Maximillian Novak, Robert Alan Donovan and Michael Shinage.

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