Long’s contribution, for example, is counter-balanced in the book by passages of Languages and elliptical phrases and obscure terminology, that lead to tendentious (and, at times, tedious) literature conclusions. Historians and sociologists might quibble with some of the evidence used, and interpretations made, but this is a survey of RR 2017/129 literary responses to the phenomenon as used in the stories. There are also errors that have The Cambridge Companion to the slipped through the editing process. An entry for English Short Story 1868 is placed after 1876 in the Chronology Ann-Marie Einhaus (p. xvi) and a sentence on p. 137 is rendered Cambridge University Press meaningless by garbled phrasing. The work is wide-ranging in the use of source Cambridge material, with websites now becoming a standard reference in citations, but, as with the xxiii 232 pp. internet, the danger of obsolescence, for digital ISBN 978 1 107 08417 9 (hbck); ISBN 978 1 107 44601 4 media, might give the publication a “dated” feel (pbck); ISBN 978 1 316 02878 0 (e-book) in the near future, to the younger generation of literary scholars. £54.99 $94.99 (hbck); £18.99 $29.99 (pbck); $24 (e-book) Geoffrey Hunt Cambridge Companions to Literature
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