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  • Routledge Revivals: Barnaby Rudge (1987 )

    An Annoted Bibliography, 1st Edition

    By Thomas Jackson Rice

    Originally published in 1987 Barnaby Rudge is a comprehensive collection of bibliographical resources surrounding Dickens fifth novel Barnaby Rudge. The book addresses what the author terms, a ‘prevalent lack of research’ surrounding the novel. The collection lists bibliographic references which…

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  • Routledge Revivals: D.H. Lawrence (1983)

    A Guide to Research, 1st Edition

    By Thomas Jackson Rice

    Originally published in 1983, D.H. Lawrence is an annotated bibliographic collection of works by and about D.H. Lawrence. Consisting of three parts, the primary bibliography contains separate bibliographies of Lawrence’s major publications, of collection editions of his works, of his letters, and…

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  • Virginia Woolf and the Madness of Language

    1st Edition

    By Daniel Ferrer

    Originally published in 1990, Virginia Woolf and the Madness of Language explores the relationship between madness and the disruption of linguistic and structural norms in Virginia Woolf’s modernist novels, opening new ground in Woolfian studies, as well as in psychoanalytic criticism. Focusing on…

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    Routledge Library Editions: Virginia Woolf

  • The Language of Natural Description in Eighteenth-Century Poetry

    1st Edition

    By John Arthos

    Originally published in 1949, this title was written in order to help establish a better understanding of the ‘stock diction’ of eighteenth-century English poetry, and, in particular, of the diction commonly used in the description of nature. The language characteristic of so much of the poetry of…

    Hardback – 2020-03-19 
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    Routledge Library Editions: 18th Century Literature

  • Before Jane Austen

    The Shaping of the English Novel in the Eighteenth Century, 1st Edition

    By Harrison R. Steeves

    Few centuries have seen greater changes in social perspective and guiding ideas than the eighteenth century; literature in every Western country was a powerful instrument not only in recording these changes but in bringing them about. In England, the rise and development of a new literary form –…

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    Routledge Library Editions: 18th Century Literature

  • Liberty and Poetics in Eighteenth Century England

    1st Edition

    By Michael Meehan

    The qualities and achievements of eighteenth century English literature have suffered denigration as a result of a prevailing Whig interpretation of literary history. It is the contention of this book, originally published in 1986, that an alternative form of Whig interpretation is possible and…

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    Routledge Library Editions: 18th Century Literature

  • The Eighteenth-Century Stage

    1st Edition

    Edited by Kenneth R. Richards, Peter Thomson

    The eighteenth century produced more inventive actors than fine dramatists, and it displayed its actors to increasing advantage as theatre management became more expert, and stage design more ambitious. First published in 1972, the eleven papers collected in The Eighteenth-Century English Stage,…

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    Routledge Library Editions: 18th Century Literature

  • Literature and the Social Order in Eighteenth-Century England

    1st Edition

    Edited by Stephen Copley

    Recent scholarship had emphasised the importance of a number of non-literary, economic and social debates to the understanding of Augustan Literature. Debates over the place of land, money, credit and luxury in society, as well as strands of radical thinking, are prominent throughout the period.…

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    Routledge Library Editions: 18th Century Literature

  • Literature and Crime in Augustan England

    1st Edition

    By Ian A. Bell

    Eighteenth-century England saw an explosion of writings about deviance. In literature, in the law, and in the press, writers returned again and again to the question of crime and criminals. While the extension of the legal system formalised the power of the state to categorise and punish ‘deviance’…

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  • The Eighteenth Century

    The Context of English Literature, 1st Edition

    Edited by Pat Rogers

    The aim of this book, originally published in 1978, is to make the reading of literary classics such as Gulliver’s Travels, Robinson Crusoe, Tom Jones, The Beggar’s Opera and Tristram Shandy an even richer experience by giving them an intelligible place in history. The ‘context’ is seen not as a…

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  • The Augustan World

    Life and Letters in Eighteenth-Century England, 1st Edition

    By A. R. Humphreys

    The outlook of writers in the eighteenth century was profoundly influenced by the social and intellectual interests of Augustan life. Originally published in 1954, this book aims to describe that influence, and to set the literature of the period in its social environment with a critical attention.…

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  • Work in the English Novel

    The Myth of Vocation, 1st Edition

    By Ruth Danon

    Originally published in 1985, this book traces the development of an ideal of work in English writing which runs parallel to that of the Protestant work ethic. The author has called this the myth of vocation: work is seen as the primary source of self-definition, psychic integration and fulfilment.…

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