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Popular fiction before Richardson
J. J. Richetti
Written in English
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Now a standard work on the subject, Popular Fiction before Richardson surveys the largely forgotten fiction from the first forty years of the eighteenth century.
Issued for the first time in paperback with a new introduction by the author, this is a study of those narratives which were written and widely read in England, but which have been previously neglected by3/5(2).
Now a standard work on the subject, Popular fiction before Richardson book Fiction before Richardson surveys the largely forgotten fiction from the first forty years of the eighteenth century.
Issued for the first time in paperback with a new introduction by the author, this is a study of those narratives which were written and widely read in England, but which have been previously neglected by historians of the by: This is a study of those narratives which were written and widely read in England during the first 40 years of the eighteenth century, but which have been hitherto neglected or despised by historians of the novel.
The author makes no claims for these works as literary achievements. They are seen, rather, as vigorous and highly successful commercial exploitations of enduring stereotypes such as.
Get this from a library. Popular fiction before Richardson: narrative patterns [John J Richetti]. Before Novels: The Cultural Contexts of Eighteenth Century English Fiction is a book by literary scholar and professor J.
Paul Hunter. Hunter gives an account of the many non-fictional sources that led to the rise of the English novel, many of them her: W. Norton.
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