British short-fiction writers, 1800-1880
Gale Research, 1996 - 402 ページ
Essays on British short-fiction writers during the Romantic and the early and middle Victorian periods. Poets held sway during the first quarter of the nineteenth century, while writers of fiction, particularly novelists, gained greater influence in the Victorian period by innovatively combining personal observation and creative vision in addressing social, moral and aesthetic questions. A period marked by an increase in the amount of fiction appearing in periodicals.
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