The Stanford Companion to Victorian Fiction

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Stanford University Press, 1990 - Literary Criticism - 700 pages
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An engaging guide to a rich literary heritage, The Stanford Companion presents a fascinating parade of novels, authors, publishers, editors, reviewers, illustrators, and periodicals that created the culture of Victorian fiction. Its more than 6,000 alphabetical entries provide an incomparable range of useful and little-known source material, its scholarship enlivened by the author's wit and candor.
  

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The canon of Victorian fiction represents only a minuscule fraction of the thousands of titles available to read. Here, in language often reflecting Victorian modes of expression, Sutherland makes ... Read full review

Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
4
Section 3
5
Section 4
81
Section 5
97
Section 6
220
Section 7
238
Section 8
334
Section 16
517
Section 17
520
Section 18
549
Section 19
551
Section 20
552
Section 21
571
Section 22
580
Section 23
603

Section 9
343
Section 10
359
Section 11
390
Section 12
455
Section 13
470
Section 14
486
Section 15
502
Section 24
618
Section 25
645
Section 26
648
Section 27
655
Section 28
687
Section 29
691
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John Sutherland is Lord Northcliffe Professor of Modern English Literature at University College London. He has
edited a number of World's Classics, including works by Anthony Trollope, Wilkie Collins, and Thackeray. He has written and edited a number of other works. He also writes a regular column for the Guardian and reviews for a number of journals as well as on the radio.

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