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The history of the English novel
Bib ID 841741
Format BookBook
Author
Baker, Ernest A. (Ernest Albert), 1869-1941
 
Description Lond. : Witherby, 1924, 1939 
10 vol. 
Full contents Vol.1, The Age of romance; from the beginnings to the Renaissance. 1924. Vol.2, The Elizabethan age and after. 1929. Vol.3, The Later romances and the establishment of realism. 1929. Vol.4, Intellectual realism: Richardson to Sterne. 1930. Vol.5, The Novel of sentiment and the Gothic romance. 1934. Vol.6, Edgeworth, Austen, Scott. 1935. Vol.7, The Age of Dickens and Thackeray. 1936. Vol.8, From the Brontes to Meredith: Romanticism in the English novel. 1937. Vol.9, The Day before y. 
Subjects English fiction -- History and criticism.

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