Serializing Fiction in the Victorian Press

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Palgrave Macmillan, 2000 - Business & Economics - 300 pages
Drawing on extensive archival research, Serializing Fiction is the first comprehensive account of the publication of instalment fiction in Victorian newspapers. A detailed descriptive history of the rise and decline of the practice of syndication is followed by a wide-ranging discussion of its implications for readership, authorship and the fictional form. The argument is supported both by illustrations and by tables presenting a wealth of data in easily assimilable form.

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Graham Law is Professor in English Studies, Waseda University.