The Regional Novel in Britain and Ireland: 1800-1990
K. D. M. Snell
Cambridge University Press, Dec 10, 1998 - Literary Criticism - 300 pages
The Regional Novel In Britain and Ireland, 1800-1990 will be of interest to literary and social historians as well as cultural critics.
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