Critical Survey of Long Fiction: V.S. Pritchett-August Strindberg
Carl Edmund Rollyson, Frank Northen Magill
Salem Press, 2000 - Literary Criticism - 539 pages
This series contains indepth analytical reference guides to 463 major writers of long fiction. The series has an accessible style and format that allow readers to zero in on precise characteristics of an author's work. Essays are arranged alphabetically by author, and begin with dates and places of birth and death. The essays also include a list of the author's principal long fiction, a brief overview of other literary forms, the authors biography and achievements, and a comprehensive analysis of each work.
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