Languages and literature Reference Reviews Volume 30 · Number 4 · 2016 · 20-28 history, movements and themes into 29 academics, which bring traditional subjects up to “intellectually engaging” essays. That most of date, introduce new perspectives and hopefully the contributors are American only emphasises stimulate fresh thinking. Each essay includes how far the “English” novel has, in fact, become references for further reading, making this “an international form, open to continental, particular Companion instructive and transatlantic and now global inﬂuences and inspirational for both students and general energies”. readers. Arranged by topic – rather than Sarah Powell chronologically in a traditional timeline of key Freelance Reviewer, Bradford, UK authors and styles – the Companion is divided into seven parts, covering the novel and its histories, genres, form, theory, circulation, RR 2016/118 geography and readership. Academics, including The Edinburgh Companion to Modern the three of the editors from the University of Jewish Fiction Virginia, discuss a broad range of aspects from realism to romance and Experimental ﬁction to Edited by David Brauner and Axel Stähler The Novel and the Everyday. Part 1 takes the Edinburgh University Press novel from Defoe and Richardson in the 1740s Edinburgh through to the
Reference Reviews – Emerald Publishing
Published: May 16, 2016
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