English and British fiction 1750-1820 edited by Peter Garside and Karen O'Brien.
Contributor(s): Garside, Peter | O'Brien, Karen | [editor.] | (Karen Elisabeth) [editor.].Material type: BookSeries: Oxford history of the novel in English: v. 2.Edition: First edition.Description: xxix, 668 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm.ISBN: 9780199574803; 0199574804.Subject(s): English fiction | English fiction | English fiction | Buchmarkt | Englisch | Literarisches Leben | Roman | English | 1700-1899 | -- 18th century -- History and criticism | -- 19th century -- History and criticism | | | | | | GrossbritannienGenre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc.DDC classification: 823.609 Online resources: Click here to access online | Click here to access online | Introduction | Additional Information at Google Books
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General editor's preface -- Introduction / Karen O'Brien -- Note on the British currency before decimalization -- Part I. Book production and distribution. Production / James Raven -- Authorship / Peter Garside -- Circulation / David Allan -- Part II. Major authors and traditions. The novel in the 1750s / E.J. Clery -- Tobias Smollett and the ramble novel / Simon Dickie -- The novelty of Laurence Sterne / James Chandler -- Sentimental fiction of the 1760s and 1770s / Helen Thompson -- Bluestocking women and rational female fiction / Betty A. Schellenberg -- The novel of sensibility in the 1780s / Caroline Franklin -- Early Gothic novels and the belief in fiction / Deidre Lynch -- The novel wars of 1790-1804 / Jon Mee -- The national tale / Claire Connolly ; Gothic and anti-Gothic, 1797-1820 / Robert Miles -- Evangelical fiction / Anthony Mandal -- Jane Austen's domestic realism / Vivien Jones -- Historical romance / Ina Ferris -- Walker Scott and the historical novel / Ian Duncan -- Part III. Generic variations and narrative structures. It-narratives and spy novels / Lynn Festa -- Philosophical and oriental tales / Ros Ballaster -- Epistolary fiction / Nicola J. Watson -- Celebrity and scandalous fiction / Clara Tuite -- Part IV. Contexts. All in the family : consanguinity, marriage, and property / Ruth Perry -- Fictions of the union / Thomas Keymer -- Imperial commerce, gender, and slavery / Deidre Coleman -- Part V. Alternative forms of fiction. Fiction in the magazines / Gillian Hughes -- Short fictional forms and the rise of the tale / Anthony Jarrells -- Children's and juvenile literature / M.O. Grenby -- The novel and the stage / Gillian Russell -- Part VI. Assimilation and cultural interchanges. Assimilating the novel : reviews and collections / Michael Gamer -- Readers and reading practices / Stephen Colclough -- The global British novel / Wil Verhoeven -- Foreign imports / Jenny Mander -- Afterword. The rise of the 'rise' of the novel / Clifford Siskin.
This series presents a comprehensive, global and up-to-date history of English-language prose fiction and written ... by a international team of scholars ... -- dust jacket.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 631-650) and indexes.