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essays in Walter Bagehot ' s Literary Studies and Leslie Stephen ' s Hours in a
Library ; Henry James ' s prefaces collected in The Art of the Novel , with R . P .
Blackmur ' s introduction ; the relevant essays in James ' s Partial Portraits and ...
Faced with so formidable a literary innovator as Richardson , scholars have
naturally sought to estimate his indebtedness to other writers . They have not
found the task easy . Did he owe anything to the novel La Vie de Marianne , by
Yet Tristram Shandy is a novel and nothing else but a novel for all that it has
never been found easy to pigeon - hole , a fact which should put us on our guard
against interpreting the novel as a literary form too narrowly . To summarize the
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THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY
THE FIRST GENERA
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