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Anthony Trollope And His Contemporaries: A Study In The Theory And Conventions Of Mid - Victorian Fiction.

Skilton, David.

ISBN 10: 058250127X / ISBN 13: 9780582501270
Published by Longman Group Limited, London, 1972
Condition: Good Soft cover
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170 pages. Softcover. Good condition. LITERARY CRITICISM. A study of Anthony Trollope and an examination of the background against which he and his great contemporaries wrote. For readers generally interested in the period, in the Victorian novel, or in the novels of Trollope himself, it provides an introduction to the literary and critical scene of the day, while to the speicalist it offers an analysis of some important but neglected aspects of the mid-Victorian theory of the novel. Includes an Index. (Key Words: Anthony Trollope, David Skilton, Victorian Novels, Fiction, Literary Criticism, William Makepeace Thackery, Spectator, George Meredith, Richard Holt Hutton, Charles Dickens, Barchester Towers). Bookseller Inventory # 27802X1

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Title: Anthony Trollope And His Contemporaries: A ...

Publisher: Longman Group Limited, London

Publication Date: 1972

Binding: Softcover

Book Condition:Good

Edition: First Edition (Unstated)..

Book Type: book

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First published in 1972, the second edition of this highly respected classic of Trollope criticism will be welcomed by Trollope scholars everywhere. David Skilton examines the literary background against which Trollope wrote, and drawing on the vast evidence of mid-Victorian periodical criticism, he shows how this criticism controlled the novelist's creativity. He then goes on to examine Trollope's particular type of realism in the context of the theories of literary imagination current in the 1860s. 'A book I admire. It has been of great value to me.' - J. Hillis Miller 'The first and still the best study of Trollope's relationships, connections and interactions with the literary world of his own time. Skilton's is the necessary introduction to any serious investigation of Trollope's fiction.' - John Sutherland

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'Anthony Trollope and his Contemporaries' was the first book to uncover the cultural contexts in which Trollope's fiction was originally written and read. This acclaimed classic of Trollope criticism provides fascinating insights into the way in which novelists were bound by the social and economic conventions of their day, factors they could not afford to ignore.

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