Critical Survey of Long Fiction, Volume 8

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Carl Edmund Rollyson, Frank Northen Magill
Salem Press, 2000 - Literary Criticism - 4264 pages
This series contains in-depth analytical reference guides to 463 major writers of world literature. 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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An updated and expanded version of the 1991 "English Language" series and the 1984 "Foreign Language" series of the publisher's "Critical Survey of Long Fiction" series, this eight-volume work covers ... Read full review


Long Fiction in the Ancient Greco
Origins and Development of the Novel
Postcolonial Long Fiction

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Carl Rollyson is a professor of English at Baruch College, The City University of New York. He received his Ph.D. from the University of Toronto. He has written several biographies of prominent writers and has contributed essays to numerous reference works. He lives in Cape May, NJ.

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