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The critics who have shaped i influenced both my general view of the novel as a
literary form and rr opinions on individual novelists will, I imagine, be obvious
enough i those familiar with the field. Wherever possible, I have given specif ...
It is not that the Victorians were uncritical of their country and age, but their
criticisms are much less radical than those of, say, Balzac, Stendhal, Turgenev,
Flaubert, and Dostoevsky, and of a different kind. For a good reason : the
condition of ...
... and the pure novel, 103-4; an 18th-cent. moralist, and influence of Richardson
and Fielding, 104-7; her criticism of life through comedy, 107; Pride and
Prejudice, 107, 108 ; Mansfield Park, 108-10; Emma, 11o-n; Charlotte's Bronte's
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