The Modern Novel: A Short Introduction
John Wiley & Sons, 15.04.2008 - 200 Seiten
This book introduces readers to the history of the novel in the twentieth century and demonstrates its ongoing relevance as a literary form.
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A Short Introduction 1 When and Why The Rise of the Modern Novel
A Short Introduction 2 What is Reality? The New Questions
A Short Introduction 3 New Forms Reshaping the Novel
A Short Introduction 4 New Difficulties
A Short Introduction 5 Regarding the Real World Politics
A Short Introduction 6 Questioning the Modern MidCentury Revisions
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