Tradition and tolerance in nineteenth-century fiction; critical essays on some English and American novels, edited by David Howard, John Lucas [and] John Goode.
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Lucas, John, 1937-
Goode, John, 1939-
American fiction -- 20th century -- History and criticism.
English fiction -- 19th century -- History and criticism.
281 p. 23 cm.
James Fenimore Cooper's Leatherstocking tales: "without a cross", by D. Howard.--The Blithedale romance and a sense of revolution, by D. Howard.--Dickens and Dombey and son: past and present imperfect, by J. Lucas.--Mrs. Gaskell and brotherhood, by J. Lucas.--George Gissing's The nether world, by J. Goode.--The art of fiction: Walter Besant and Henry James, by J. Goode.
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