The Hero in Eclipse in Victorian Fiction
Oxford University Press, 1956 - 478 pages
A noted Italian scholar and critic finds, in the Victorian novel, a middle-class preference for the small change of life and draws a parallel between literature and the genre painting of the time.
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INTRODUCTION Genre Painting and the Novel
Notes to the Introduction
Coleridge and Wordsworth
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