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The Eighteenth-Century English Novel (Bloom's Period Studies)















Early English novelists such as Samuel Richardson, Daniel Defoe, and Laurence Sterne helped create the formula for the modern novel.

Editor's Note
Introduction (Harold Bloom)
Sentiment from Afra Behn to Marivaux (James R. Foster)
Deserts, Ruins and Troubled Waters: Female Dreams in Fiction and the Development of the Gothic Novel (Margaret Anne Doody)
The Comic Sublime and Sterne's Fiction (Jonathan Lamb)
Fielding: The Comic Reality of Fiction (Sheridan Baker)
Crime and Adventure (Paula R. Backscheider)
An Architect's Imagination: The Rise of Bath (Simon Varey)
The Job Controversy, Sterne, and the Question of Allegory (Jonathan Lamb)
Fighting the Pharisees (Patrick Reilly)
Mythic and Historic Language in Smollett (John M. Warner)
The Tested Woman Plot (Lois E. Bueler)
The Don Juan Plot (Lois E. Bueler)
Caesar's Toils: Allusion and Rebellion in Oroonoko (David E. Hoegberg)
Gulliver's Travels and the contracts of fiction (Michael Seidel)
Serializing a Self (Thomas Keymer)


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