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The British novel, 1680-1832 : an annotated bibliography /
Laurence W. Mazzeno.
imprint
Lanham, Md. : Scarecrow Press ; Pasadena, Calif. : Salem Press, 1997.
description
xiii, 247 p. ; 23 cm.
ISBN
0810832496 (cloth : alk. paper)
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imprint
Lanham, Md. : Scarecrow Press ; Pasadena, Calif. : Salem Press, 1997.
isbn
0810832496 (cloth : alk. paper)
catalogue key
1875870
 
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
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...of considerable value to those interested in specific novelists of the period...
...the citations lead to the best modern criticism has to offer...skillfully annotated critical theory... The British Novel 1680-1832 is highly recommended for all scholars and enthusiasts devoted to the study of the British novel.
...the citations lead to the best modern criticism has to offer...skillfully annotated critical theory...The British Novel 1680-1832 is highly recommended for all scholars and enthusiasts devoted to the study of the British novel.
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Designed to give scholars a review of important twentieth-century criticism of significant novels written in Britain from the late seventeenth to the late nineteenth centuries.
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Designed to give scholars a review of important twentieth-century criticism of significant novels written in Britain from the late seventeenth to the late nineteenth centuries, The British Novel 1680-1832 provides citations for twenty important writers including Jane Austen, William Beckford, Aphra Behn, Daniel Defoe, Samuel Johnson, Ann Radcliffe, Sir Walter Scott, Mary Shelley, and Horace Walpole. One chapter is dedicated to each author, with listings categorized first as general studies, followed by listings pertaining to individual novels. Scholars will notice an eclectic collection of criticisms and analyses, ranging from "traditional scholarship" based in sociological, moral, or historical study which is generally patriarchal in outlook, to post-structuralist scholarship such as deconstructionism and feminism. Includes author and subject indexes. Written to be contiguous with The Victorian Novel.

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