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The obvious novelists with which to end my study seemed therefore to be Joyce
and Lawrence, emerging as they did round about 1914, the year which marks a
break in so many other things beside fiction. Joyce and Lawrence, with their ...
The romantic and pastoral , however , is only one part of Elizabethan prose fiction
. Something akin to the realistic drama , the splendid plays of Jonson , Massinger
' s A New | Way to Pay Old Debts , and Beaumont and Fletcher ' s The Knight ...
It is true that some Ainsworth has been read by the young until quite recently ,
probably because of the respectability historical fiction has always had in the
eyes of teachers and parents , who , by stressing the adjective , have been able
to soft ...
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THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY
THE FIRST GENERA
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