Faithful Realism: Elizabeth Gaskell and Leo Tolstoy : a Comparative Study
Deputy Director Centre for Research Into Reading Literature and Society Josie Billington, Josie Billington
Bucknell University Press, 2002 - 227 strani
"This book makes a highly original contribution to Gaskell scholarship not only in the fresh emphasis it gives to Gaskell's work, but in the subtle close reading it applies to original manuscript material and the consequent teasing out of Gaskell's characteristic habits of mind and composition. In addition, the book makes a valuable contribution to the study of nineteenth-century realist fiction in relation to belief and secularization in the Victorian period."--BOOK JACKET.
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