By Patrick Brantlinger, William Thesing
The better half to the Victorian Novel offers contextual and significant information regarding the total variety of British fiction released among 1837 and 1901.
- Provides contextual and demanding information regarding the total diversity of British fiction released in the course of the Victorian period.
- Explains concerns akin to Victorian religions, type constitution, and Darwinism to those that are unusual with them.
- Comprises unique, obtainable chapters written by way of well known and rising students within the box of Victorian studies.
- Ideal for college kids and researchers looking up to date insurance of contexts and developments, or as a kick off point for a survey course.
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The prominence of Sam Weller in Pickwick Papers, for example, can be attributed to the increase in sales that followed his introduction in Part 4, while the rehabilitation of Miss Mowcher at the end of David Copperfield (1849–50) resulted from readers’ negative comments about the way Dickens had portrayed her in early installments. For readers, serialization made the reading of particular novels a collective experience of national and even international proportions – ensuring that a fictional event like the death of Little Nell was experienced nearly simultaneously by thousands of widely dispersed readers.
A Companion to the Victorian Novel (Blackwell Companions to Literature and Culture) by Patrick Brantlinger, William Thesing