Theory of the Novel

Theory of the Novel

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Selected from the writings of 37 authors and critics, the essays in this book fall into nine categories - Generic Identity; Narrative Technique; Point of View; Plot; Structure and Proportion; Style; Character; Time and Place; Symbol; and Life and Art. The selections are taken from the work of such critics as Maurice Z. Shroder, Phyllis Bentley, A. A. Mendilov, and Northrop Frye, and such novelists as Joseph Conrad, Henry James, E. M. Forster, Miguel de Cervantes, Henry Fielding, and AndrAc Gide. In addition, there is a 445 item bibliography containing virtually references needed in pursuing the problemas of fictional theory in twentieh-century criticism.Blackmur, R. P. aquot;Between the Numen and the Moha: Notes Towards a Theory of the Novel, aquot; Sewanee Review, LXH (1954), ... Booth, Wayne C. aquot;Distance and Point-of-View: An Essay in Classification, aquot; Essays in Criticism, XI (1961 ) , 60-79.

Title:Theory of the Novel
Author: Philip Stevick
Publisher:Simon and Schuster - 1967-10-01

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