From Smollett to James : studies in the novel and other essays presented to Edgar Johnson / edited by Samuel I. Mintz, Alice Chandler, and Christopher Mulvey.
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Chandler, Alice, 1931-
Mintz, Samuel I.
Biography as a literary form.
English fiction -- 19th century -- History and criticism.
Johnson, Edgar (Philologe)
xiii, 301 pages ; 24 cm
"Checklist of the printed works of Edgar Johnson": pages 289-293.
Also issued online.
Chandler, A. Edgar Johnson.--Edel, L. Principia biographica.--Daiches, D. Smollett reconsidered.--Raleigh, J.H. Scott and Pushkin.--Hart, F.R. The regency novel of fashion.--Stevenson, L. Thackeray's dramatic monologues.--Collins, P. Special correspondent to posterity: how Dicken's contemporaries saw his fictional world.--Ford, G.H. Light in darkness: gas, oil, and tallow in Dickens's Bleak House.--Buckley, J.H. George Eliot's double life: The mill on the Floss as Bildungsroman.--Robertson, D.A., Jr. Weave a circle: Baron Kirkup and his greatest friends.--Haight, S. Strether's Chad Newsome: a reading of James's The ambassadors.--Miller, J.H. Character in the novel.
Criticism, interpretation, etc.
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