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Title From Jane Austen to Joseph Conrad : essays collected in memory of James T. Hillhouse / edited by Robert C. Rathburn and Martin Steinmann, Jr.
Publication Info. Minneapolis, University of Minnesota Press [1958]
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 Stack 9  823.09 F    IN LIBRARY
Description ix, 326 p. 24 cm.
Contents James Theodore Hillhouse, by T. Hornberger.--The makers of the British novel, by R. C. Rathburn.--The background of Mansfield Park, by C. Murrah.--Critical realism in Northanger Abbey, by A. D. McKillop.--Scott's Redgauntlet, by D. Daiches.--History on the Hustings: Bulwer-Lytton's historical novels of politics, by C. Dahl.--Thackeray, a novelist by accident, by J. Y. T. Greig.--A note on Dickens' humor, by D. Bush.--Self-help and the helpless in Bleak House, by G. H. Ford.--Form and substance in the Brontë novels, by M. R. Watson.--Charlotte Brontës "New" Gothic, by R. B. Heilman.--Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell, by Y. Ffrench.--Trollope's Orley Farm: artistry Mangué, by B. A. Booth.--Anthony Trollope: the Palliser novels, by A. Mizener.--George Eliot's originals, by G. S. Haight.--Middlemarch, George Eliot's masterpiece, by S. J. Ferris.--Charles Reade's Christie Johnstone: a portrait of the artist as a young pre-Raphaelite, by W. Burns.--George Meredith's One of our conquerors, by F. Gudas.--Hardy's major fiction, by J. Holloway.--The spiritual theme of George Gissing's Born in exile, by Korg.--Samuel Butler and Bloomsbury, by W. V. O'Connor.--Apology for Marlow, by W. Y. Tindall.--The old novel and the new, by M. Steinmann, Jr.
Subject Hillhouse, James Theodore, 1890-1956.
English fiction -- 19th century -- History and criticism.
Added Author Steinmann, Martin, 1915-
Rathburn, Robert Charles.