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The nineteenth-century novel 1820-1880 / edited by John Kucich, Jenny Bourne Taylor
Oxford; New York : Oxford University Press, c2012
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 4th Floor  PR861 .N56 2012    AVAILABLE
Subject(s) English fiction -- 19th century -- History and criticism
Physical Description [xxxii], 548 p. : ill. ; 25 cm
Note Includes bibliographical references (p.[525]-532) and index
Contents Part I: Novelists, readers, and the fiction industry. The publishing industry / Joanne Shattock -- Readers and reading practices / Deborah Wynne -- The professionalization of authorship / Graham Law. -- Part II: Varieties and genres. The historical novel / Richard Maxwell -- Gothic fictions in the nineteenth century / Deborah Lutz -- The English Bildungsroman / Richard Salmon -- The silver fork novel / Dianne F. Sadoff -- The Newgate novel / Heather Worthington -- The sensation novel / nancy Armstrong -- Children's fiction / Claudia nelson -- The domestic novel / Susan Fraiman. -- Part III: major authors in context. Charles Dickens: the novelist as public figures / Lyn Pykett -- The Bront√ęs and the transformations of romanticism / John Bowen -- George Eliot and intellectual culture / Dinah Birch. -- Part IV: Narrative structures and strategies. Short fiction and the novel / Jenny bourne Taylor -- Multiple narrators and multiple plots / Jenny Bourne Taylor and John Kucich -- Addressing the reader: the autobiographical voice / Rachel Ablow -- Realism and theories of the novel / Nicholas Dames -- Theatricality and the novel / David Kurnick -- Aesthetic theories / Lucy Hartley. -- Part V: The nation and its boundaries. Modernization and the organic society / John Kucich -- Place, region, and migration / Josephine McDonagh -- The novel and empire / Elaine Freedgood -- Nationalism and national identities / James Buzard -- International influences / Margaret Cohen. -- Part VI: Contemporary contexts. Radicalism and reform / Ella Dzelzainis -- Parliament and the states / lauren M. E. Goodlad -- Science and the novel / Cannon Schmitt -- Religion and the novel / Norman Vance -- Psychology and the idea of character / Michael Davis -- Gender identities and relationships / Cora Kaplan
Series Oxford history of the novel in English ; 3
Alternate Author Kucich, John
Taylor, Jenny Bourne, 1949-

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