English Fiction of the Victorian Period: 1830-1890
The updated and expanded appendices provide invaluable reference material for further exploration of this fascinating period of the English novel. Although written primarily for students of English literature, this lucid and lively study will be of interest to all those who enjoy Victorian fiction.
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