A Collection of Essays exploring the way in which some of the major novels in the 'long' nineteenth century engaged with society's 'master narratives'. The Sample Pages contain the complete introduction to this collection.
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This collection of essays in memory of Bill Ruddick, was first published in 2003 by Ashgate and reissued by Humanities Ebooks in 2007.
Richard Gravil: Introduction
W. B. Hutchings: How pleasant to meet Mr Fielding: The Narrator as Hero in Tom Jones;
Jayne Lewis: 'Where then lies the difference?': The (Ante) Postmodernity of Tristram Shandy;
Mary Wedd: Old Mortality: Editor and Narrator;
Frederick Burwick: Mathilda: Who Knew Too Much;
Jane Stabler: 'Perswasion' in Persuasion;
Frederick Burwick: Wuthering Heights as Bifurcated Novel;
Richard Gravil: Negotiating Mary Barton;
Alan Shelston: Nell, Alice and Lizzie: Three Sisters amidst the Grotesque [illustrated];
Richard Gravil: The Androgyny of Bleak House;
Nicola Trott: Middlemarch and “the Home Epic”
Gerard Barrett: The Ghost of Doubt: Writing, Speech and Language in Lord Jim;
Michael O”Neill: Liking or Disliking: Woolf, Conrad, Lawrence.
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About the author
Richard Gravil is the publisher of Humanities Ebooks. He has written extensively on Wordsworth and on Anglo-American Literary Relations, and edited books on Swift, Wordsworth, and Coleridge.
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