1 edition of Minor classics of nineteenth-century fiction found in the catalog.
Minor classics of nineteenth-century fiction
In 2 vols.
|Statement||edited by William E.Buckler.|
|Contributions||Buckler, William E.|
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Buckler, William Earl, Minor classics of nineteenth-century fiction. Boston, Houghton Mifflin .
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Book is in general good condition. There is some light reading wear present, but still a. In the nineteenth century, richly-drawn social fiction became one of England’s major cultural exports. At the same time, a surprising companion came to stand alongside the novel as a key embodiment of British identity: the domesticated pet.
In works by authors from the Brontës to Eliot, from Dickens to Hardy, animals appeared as markers of domestic coziness and familial kindness. Yet for. Editorial Reviews. Minor Creatures asks how and why precarious, provisional beings without human speech, accessible subjectivity, or legal rights had such paradoxically generative effects on the realistic novel.
In this richly theorized, deeply compassionate exploration of Victorian ‘semihuman’ ‘semicharacters,’ Kreilkamp makes it impossible to ignore that ‘beating of a squirrel’s Author: Ivan Kreilkamp.
The fifty books on this list were all published more than a hundred years ago, and yet remain fresh and exhilarating reads. There’s a temptation, of course, to mutter the names Dickens, Tolstoy, and Twain and assume you’ve covered the 19th century—but a deeper dive proves the novel was alive and well in the : Jeff Somers.
In the nineteenth century, richly-drawn social fiction became one of England’s major cultural exports. At the same time, a surprising companion came to stand alongside the novel as a key embodiment of British identity: the domesticated by: 2. In the nineteenth century, richly-drawn social fiction became one of England’s major cultural exports.
At the same time, a surprising companion came to stand alongside the novel as a key embodiment of British identity: the domesticated pet. In works by authors from the Brontës to Eliot, from Dickens to Hardy, animals appeared as markers of domestic coziness and familial kindness.
Is Heathcliff a Murderer. Puzzles in Nineteenth-century Fiction, is a book of literary conundrums, ideal for brainboxes to get their teeth author, John Sutherland, is a British academic, a Professor of English literature with a distinguished record, and a yen for the Victorian age/5.
Minor book. Read 10 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Written in jargon-free, reader-friendly language, this is one of the first vo /5. A major innovation in the novel in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries was the "Gothic", a genre in which included such classics as The Mysteries of Udolpho by Ann Radcliffe, The.
Minor Classics of Nineteenth-Century Fiction, Volume II (Editor) 3 copies On the Poetry of Matthew Arnold: Essays in Critical Reconstruction 3 copies The Poetry of. Minor Creatures re-examines a slew of literary classics to show how Victorian notions of domesticity, sympathy, and individuality were shaped in response to the burgeoning pet class.
The presence of beloved animals in the home led to a number of welfare-minded political movements, inspired in part by the Darwinian thought that began to sprout Manufacturer: University of Chicago Press. His many works of non-fiction include The Arabian Nights: A Companion (), For Lust of Knowing: The Orientalists and Their Enemies (), the editing and introducing of The New Cambridge History of Islam volume 4, Islamic Cultures and Societies to the End of the Eighteenth Century, both published inand Memoirs of a Dervish ().
Product Information. The Autobiography of Mark Rutherford () has long been recognized as one of the minor classics of Victorian fiction. William Hale White, himself an apostate from Calvinism, recounts the compelling story of a young Dissenting clergyman who loses his faith and is forced to rebuild his life inthe sceptical atmosphere of London (often known in his day as 'the modern Babylon').
In this lucid and fascinating book, Peter Brooks argues that melodrama is a crucial mode of expression in modern literature. After studying stage melodrama as a dominant popular form in the nineteenth century, he moves on to Balzac and Henry James to show how these "realist" novelists created fiction using the rhetoric and excess of melodrama - in particular its secularized conflicts of.
Get this from a library. Minor creatures: persons, animals, and the Victorian novel. [Ivan Kreilkamp] -- In the nineteenth century, richly-drawn social fiction became one of England's major cultural exports.
At the same time, a surprising companion came to stand alongside the novel as a key embodiment. Future of the Time Dragon. West, Tracey. The dark wizard Maldred has trapped dragon master Eko as well as wizards who have opposed him, all of them frozen in time and space inside a wall in his hideout; so Drake and Worm set out to seek the help of the Time Dragon--but when a imp named Beezel interferes Drake ends up back in his own past, and he must find a way to get back to the present.
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The presence of beloved animals in the home led to a number of welfare-minded political movements, inspired in part by the Darwinian thought that began to sprout.
A paradoxically “minor classic” (as Auden called Nest) by two major poets has lurking within it a fictional minor artist. (That the book is a work of collaborative comic fiction means it begins with two charges of “minor” against it.).
Minor Creatures. Persons, Animals, and the Victorian Novel. Ivan Kreilkamp. In the nineteenth century, richly-drawn social fiction became one of England’s major cultural exports. At the same time, a surprising companion came to stand alongside the novel as a key embodiment of British identity: the.
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That is the title of the new Jo Walton book, and the subtitle is Re-Reading the Classics of Science Fiction and Fantasy. It is an extended paean to the pleasures of re-reading, exhibiting a taste which is interesting, useful, and yet uneven (fifteen separate works by Lois McMaster Bujold are covered, each with its.
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