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No matter how revolutionary a novel's content may become, it is still conveyed to
the reader by a vehicle that has not essentially changed since the days of Defoe
or Richardson. There have, it is true, been recent experiments that have tried to ...
... Lamer and Richard Farina, There are, of course, many differences between
them, sufficiently so for one to hesitate to apply the word 'school' at all :
nevertheless, to the English reader, their similarities are more striking than their
Booth writes very perceptively about the part played by Fielding-as- narrator in
Tom Jones, showing how the reader's relationship with him becomes deeper and
more intimate as the book advances; but he affirms that this is not the real ...
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Crazy uneven: the introductory chapters are great. Bergonzi was clearly at his best making general arguments, and the contrasts he draws between American and English literature are interesting. But in ... Read full review
Character and Liberalism
The Ideology of Being English
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