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THE NINETEENTH CENTURY : THE FIRST GENERA31 TION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
107 153 . . . . . . . . . . . 4 . THE EARLY VICTORIANS . . . . . 5 . THE LATER
VICTORIANS . . . . . 6 . THE NOVEL FROM 1881 TO 1914 . . . 7 . 1914 AND
But it cut right across the grain of the English , so that , between the mid - eighties
and 1914 , while there is plenty of realism in English fic tion , there is little true
Naturalism . A case in point is the work of Arthur Morrison ( 1863 1945 ) .
... of his symbolism ; his novels are a mingling of social comedy and poetry ; the
social comedy , even remembering Meredith , is the best we have had since Jane
Austen , but he poetry doesn ' t work . his values , he passion , tion , as .
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THE FIRST GENERA
THE EARLY VICTORIANS
THE LATER VICTORIANS
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