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History & Criticism
  • Author:
    Harold Orel
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    0521258995
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    978-0521258999
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    Cambridge University Press (July 25, 1986)
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    224 pages
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This is a study of the development of the Victorian short story, which by the 1890s and the appearance of the Sherlock Holmes stories, had become the most popular literary product of the late nineteenth century. The book examines the work of nine distinguished writers.

This is a study of the development of the Victorian short story, which by the 1890s and the appearance of the Sherlock Holmes stories, had become the most popular literary product of the late nineteenth century.

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This book is a study of the development of the Victorian short story, which by the 1890s and the appearance of the Sherlock Holmes stories, had become the most popular literary product of the late nineteenth century

This book is a study of the development of the Victorian short story, which by the 1890s and the appearance of the Sherlock Holmes stories, had become the most popular literary product of the late nineteenth century. The book examines the work of nine distinguished writers: William Carleton and Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu serve to illustrate the change from a largely oral tradition to a more sophisticated understanding of the nature of the reading public. Charles Dickens and Anthony Trollope exemplify significant changes in the relationship between an author and his audience.

This book is a study of the development of the Victorian short story, which by the 1890s and the appearance of the Sherlock Holmes stories, had become the most popular literary product of the late nineteenth century. The book examines the work of nine dis. Specifications. Cambridge University Press.

This book is a study of the development of the Victorian short story, which by the 1890s and the appearance of the Sherlock Holmes stories, had become the most. This book is a study of the development of the Victorian short story, which by the 1890s and the appearance of the Sherlock Holmes stories, had become the most popular literary product of the late nineteenth century.

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The Victorian Short Story Orel Cambridge Academ 9780521135481 : This book is a study of the development of the Victorian short story, which by the 1890s and the appearance of the Sherlock Holm. 2010 Язык: ENG Иллюстрации: Black & white illustrations Размер: 2. 9 x 1. 0 x . 9 cm Читательская аудитория: Professional & vocational Основная тема: English literature Подзаголовок: Development and Triumph of a Literary Genre Рейтинг

The Victorian Short Story: Development and Triumph of a Literary Genre. New York: Cambridge University Press, 1986.

The Victorian Short Story: Development and Triumph of a Literary Genre. INSTRUCTOR BIO. Prof. Divya A is an Assistant Professor in English Literature in the Indian Institute of Technology Madras, India.

Victorian literature is literature, mainly written in English, during the reign of Queen Victoria (1837–1901) (the Victorian era). It was preceded by Romanticism and followed by the Edwardian era (1901–1910)

Victorian literature is literature, mainly written in English, during the reign of Queen Victoria (1837–1901) (the Victorian era). It was preceded by Romanticism and followed by the Edwardian era (1901–1910). While in the preceding Romantic period, poetry had been the conquerors, novels were the emperors of the Victorian period. Charles Dickens (1812–1870) dominated the first part of Victoria's reign and most rightly can be called "The King of Victorian Literature".

Short stories, English - History and criticism. 19th century; Literary form. Joseph Conrad and . Wells: different concepts of a short story. Epilogue The triumph of a genre. Introduction Problems in defining a genre. William Carleton: elements of the folk tradition. Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu: developing the horror tale. Charles Dickens: establishing rapport with the public. Anthony Trollope: baking tarts for readers of periodicals. Thomas Hardy: an older tradition of narrative. Robert Louis Stevenson: many problems, some successes.

This book is a study of the development of the Victorian short story, which by the 1890s and the appearance of the Sherlock Holmes stories, had become the most popular literary product of the late nineteenth century. The book examines the work of nine distinguished writers: William Carleton and Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu serve to illustrate the change from a largely oral tradition to a more sophisticated understanding of the nature of the reading public. Charles Dickens and Anthony Trollope exemplify significant changes in the relationship between an author and his audience. Thomas Hardy insisted on older, more traditional modes of narrative, but his storytelling sense had been sharpened by experiences with many editors of periodicals who believed they were serving the 'modern' public. The other writers treated at length are Robert Louis Stevenson, Rudyard Kipling, Joseph Conrad and H. G. Wells.