8 edition of The reaction against experiment in the English novel, 1950-1960. found in the catalog.
The reaction against experiment in the English novel, 1950-1960.
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|LC Classifications||PR881 .R3|
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|Pagination||ix, 243 p.|
|Number of Pages||243|
|LC Control Number||67014064|
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BRIAN DOHERTY is a lecturer in English at the University of Texas-Austin. He is. Reaction Against Experiment in the English Novel, Following the cumbersome title is a forbidding preface, where Rabinovitz describes the awesome bibliographical excavation that uncovered relevant items. Though much that he found was eliminated, one notes with some relief, Rabinovitz finally read almost reviews or articles.
critics who rejected this initial attempt at the novel by Sillitoe found fault with the overworked content of the novel, with the tendency toward violence of the protagonist, Arthur l-Rubin Rabinovitz, The Reaction Against Experiment in the English Novel, (New York, ), pp.
" 2Ibid., pAuthor: Vicki Prather Wright. Leavis' brightest luminary 42)Quotedin R. Reaction Against Experiment in the English Novel (N. York/London ), p. For C.P. Snow and the modernist novel, see also B.
Bergonzi, The Situation of the Novel (Penguin ), pp. This book has been cited by the following publications. The Reaction Against Experiment in the English Novel, – (New York: Columbia University Press, ) Williams, Raymond, The English Novel From Dickens to Lawrence (; London: Hogarth Press, ).
The Reaction Against Experiment: A Study of the English Novel, – New York: Columbia University Press, Salwak, Dale, ed. Kingsley Amis in Life and Letters. Rabinovitz, R.
() The Reaction Against Experiment in the English Novel, – (New York: Columbia University Press). Google Scholar Richardson, B. () ‘Remapping the Present: The Master Narrative of Modern Literary History and the Lost Forms of Twentieth Century Fiction’, Twentieth Century Literature 43(3): –Cited by: 1.
The Reaction Against Experiment in the English Novel New York and London: Columbia University Press, New York and London: Columbia. Although his polemical essay The Reaction Against Experiment in the English Novel, was received with great circumspection by academics, 1 it exemplified a growing distrust of the legacy of forms of fiction felt to be disconnected from the here and now of daily lives.
Such a concern about fiction’s mimetic function was of course also. Rubin Rabinovitz, The Reaction against Experiment in the English Novel – (New York and London: Columbia University Press, ) Google Scholar Frederick R.
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