The sense of life in the modern novel.
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American fiction -- History and criticism.
English fiction -- History and criticism.
ix, 291 pages 23 cm
The novel and nature -- The realistic novel in the nineteenth century: Trollope's Palliser novels -- The novel of doctrine in the nineteenth century: Hardy's Jude the obscure -- The novel and nature in the twentieth century: Anthony Powell and James Gould Cozzens -- The American novel and nature in the nineteenth century -- The American novel and nature in the twentieth century -- The dilemma of the American novelist -- The American hero as gentleman: Gavin Stevens -- The American hero as entrepreneur: Monroe Stahr -- The American hero as leatherstocking: Nick Adams -- The American hero as poet: Seymour Glass -- The American hero as high-school boy: Peter Caldwell -- The realistic novel as symbol.
Criticism, interpretation, etc.
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