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Author Rathburn, Robert Charles

Title From Jane Austen to Joseph Conrad; essays collected in memory of James T. Hillhouse. Edited by Robert C. Rathburn and Martin Steinmann, Jr.

Imprint Minneapolis, University of Minnesota Press [1958]


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 Axe 2nd Floor Stacks  823.804 R188f    ---  Available
Description ix, 326 p. 24 cm.
Contents James Theodore Hillhouse / T. Hornberger -- The makers of the British novel / R.C. Rathburn -- The background of Mansfield Park / C. Murrah -- Critical realism in Northanger Abbey / A.D. McKillop -- Scott's Redgauntley / D. Daiches -- History on the Hustings: Bulwer-Lytton's historical novels of politics / C. Dahl -- Thackeray, a novelist by accident / J.Y.T. Greig -- A note on Dickens' humor / D. Bush -- Self-help and the helpless in Bleak House / G.H. Ford -- Form and substance in the Bronte novels / M.R. Watson -- Charlotte Bronte's "New" Gothic / R.B. Heilman -- Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell / Y. ffrench -- Trollope's Orley Farm: artistry manque / B.A. Booth -- Anthony Trollope: the Palliser novels / A. Mizener -- George Eliot's originals / G.S. Haight -- Middlemarch, George Eliot's masterpiece / S.J. Ferris -- Charles Reade's Christie Johnstone: a portrait of the artist as a young pre-Raphaelite / W. Burns -- George Meredith's One of our conquerors / F. Gudas -- Hardy's major fiction / J. Holloway -- The spiritual theme of George Gissing's Born in exile / J. Korg -- Samuel Butler and Bloomsbury / W.W. O'Connor.
(cont.) Apology for Marlow, by W.Y. Tindall.--The old novel and the new, by M. Steinmann, Jr.
Subject Hillhouse, James Theodore, 1890-1956.
English fiction -- 19th century -- History and criticism.
Added Author Steinmann, Martin, 1915-1998

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