The turn of the novel.

New York, Oxford University Press, 1966.

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Subjects Englisch.
English fiction -- 20th century -- History and criticism.
English fiction.
Roman anglais -- 20e siècle -- Histoire et critique.
Description xviii, 212 pages 21 cm
Copyright Date 1966.
Notes Bibliographical references included in "Notes" (pages [189]-207).
Also issued online.
Summary The main concern of this book is the development and transformation of the novel during the first part of the twentieth century. To understand the nature of that change, it is important to recognize that the course of fiction was altered not merely by radically new techniques, but by a new radical vision of experience. One of the purposes of this study is to explore the relation between the formal organization of experience in fiction and the ethical assumptions that guide the form. - Introduction.
Contents The stream of conscience -- The closed novel and the open novel -- Thomas Hardy: "Weddings be funerals" -- Joseph Conrad: "The end, such as it is" -- E.M. Forster: "Expansion not completion" -- D.H. Lawrence: "The wave which cannot halt" -- The myth of openness: "No end, no finish, only this roaring vast space."
Genre Criticism, interpretation, etc.
Geographic Area Great Britain
Network Numbers (OCoLC)597429
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Friedman, Alan, 1928-
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