Launching Fanny Hill: Essays on the Novel and Its Influences
Patsy Fowler, Alan Jackson
AMS Press, 2003 - Literary Criticism - 364 pages
A selection of essays providing a broad range of critical approaches encouraging students and teachers of the novel to consider it from a variety of points of view.
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