7 edition of American theories of the novel, 1793-1903 found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Series||The Gotham library of New York University Press|
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|Number of Pages||243|
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Contents: Pt. New settings for the novel --The historical novel and the American romance --The American romance and new forms of fiction --Appendix to part 1 The short story and the great American novel --pt. debate over realism in the s and s --Henry.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xiv, pages ; 24 cm. Contents: pt. New settings for the novel --The historical novel and the 1793-1903 book romance --The American romance and new forms of fiction --Appendix to part 1: The short story and the great American novel --pt. debate over realism in the s and s --Henry.
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In American Theories of the Novel:Sergio Perosa endeavors to "trace the origin, growth, and interaction of American theories of the novel as they developed in the nineteenth century." Perosa's study also attempts to present an overall view of "theories in the making" and general attitudes toward fiction writing in this country.
In ''American Theories of the Novel: ,'' Sergio Perosa points out that the first American novels were seen as ''a world of idleness or pure desire.'' They ''influenced the passions or. Author of Arte di F. Scott Fitzgerald, Henry James and the Experimental Novel, American theories of the novel,L' Euro-America di Henry James, Ruskin e Venezia, L' isola, la donna, il ritratto, Teorie inglesi del romanzo,Le vie della narrativa americana.
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