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Neil Mcewan (?):

The Survival of the Novel: British Fiction in the Later Twentieth Century (1981) (?)

ISBN: 9780333300923 (?) sau 0333300920, în limba engleză, Macmillan, Great Britain, Hardcover, Folosit, prima ediţie

L 57,89 ( 12,42)¹(fără obligaţii)
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Cloth, First Edition
Comentariu de vanzator londonbookworm, EAST SUSSEX, hastings, [RE:3]:
Very Good/Very Good, 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall 0333300920 Hardback Hardback. First Edition. Neil McEwan's critique and defence of recent British fiction takes an optimistic view: it is neither an apology for English writers on the grounds of their catching up, late in the day, with American or French innovations, nor is it a defence of a conventional, static type of fiction as opposed to 'intellectual puzzles'. The argument is that, within the literary world of experiement and 'fabulation' writers in Britain have achieved a creative relationship with the traditional novel. As a result they have managed to keep their work close enough to common experience to give their experiements and to keep the novel alive. The first part of the book deals with five novelists-John Fowles, Iris Murdoch, Angus Wilson, Kingsley Amis and Anthony Powell-whose experiemental attitude to tradition is characteristic of modern British fiction. Part Two considers the problem of assessing and accounting for new achievements, and looks at two very successful novels: L. P. Hartley's The Go-Between and William Golding's Lord of the Flies. These are considered in the context of what their critics have had to say. 188 pp. (We carry a wide selection of titles in The Arts, Theology, History, Politics, Social and Physical Sciences. academic and scholarly books and Modern First Editions, and all types of Academic Literature. ), [QTY:1]
Numărul de ordine platforma Alibris.co.uk: 11149972852
Cuvinte cheie: Literature, classics Poetry and Plays|Literature|Survival|Novel|British|Fictio
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ISBN (notaţii alternative): 0-333-30092-0, 978-0-333-30092-3
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McEwan, Neil (?):

The Survival of the Novel: British Fiction in the Later Twentieth Century (1981) (?)

ISBN: 9780333300923 (?) sau 0333300920, în limba engleză, Palgrave Macmillan, Hardcover, Folosit

L 217,82 ( 46,73)¹(fără obligaţii)
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Comentariu de vanzator 5Boros Books, NJ, SUMMIT, [RE:4]:
Good, [QTY:1]
Numărul de ordine platforma Alibris.co.uk: 13218409478
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McEwan, McEwan, Neil (?):

Survival of the Novel (1981) (?)

ISBN: 9780333300923 (?) sau 0333300920, în limba engleză, Palgrave Schol, Print UK, Hardcover, Folosit

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Comentariu de vanzator Goldstone Books [53030935], Ammanford, United Kingdom:
Händlerbewertung: 5, NOT NEW BOOK, Good
Numărul de ordine platforma Abebooks.com: 18038450634
Categorie: Literary Criticism|European|English, Irish, Scottish, Welsh
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Neil McEwan (?):

The Survival of the Novel: British Fiction in the Later Twentieth Century (1981) (?)

ISBN: 9780333300923 (?) sau 0333300920, în limba engleză, Macmillan, Great Britain, Hardcover, Folosit, prima ediţie, cu manta de praf

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Hardback. First Edition. Neil McEwan's critique and defence of recent British fiction takes an optimistic view: it is neither an apology for English writers on the grounds of their catching up, late in the day, with American or French innovations, nor is it a defence of a conventional, static type of fiction as opposed to 'intellectual puzzles'. The argument is that, within the literary world of experiement and 'fabulation' writers in Britain have achieved a creative relationship with the traditional novel. As a result they have managed to keep their work close enough to common experience to give their experiements and to keep the novel alive. The first part of the book deals with five novelists - John Fowles, Iris Murdoch, Angus Wilson, Kingsley Amis and Anthony Powell - whose experiemental attitude to tradition is characteristic of modern British fiction. Part Two considers the problem of assessing and accounting for new achievements, and looks at two very successful novels: L. p. Hartley's The Go-Between and William Golding's Lord of the Flies. These are considered in the context of what their critics have had to say. 188 pp. (We carry a wide selection of titles in The Arts, Theology, History, Politics, Social and Physical Sciences. academic and scholarly books and Modern First Editions ,and all types of Academic Literature.) Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall
Comentariu de vanzator The London Bookworm [490193], East Sussex, United Kingdom:
Händlerbewertung: 4, NOT NEW BOOK, Very Good
Numărul de ordine platforma Abebooks.com: 6876757181
Categorie: Literary Criticism|European|English, Irish, Scottish, Welsh
Cuvinte cheie: LITERATURE SURVIVAL NOVEL BRITISH FICTION LATER TWENTIETH CENTURY
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Neil McEwan (?):

The Survival of the Novel: British Fiction in the Later Twentieth Century (1981) (?)

ISBN: 9780333300923 (?) sau 0333300920, în limba engleză, Macmillan, Hardcover, Folosit

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Great Britain: Macmillan. Very Good/Very Good. 1981. First Edition. Cloth. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 0333300920 Hardback Hardback. First Edition. Neil McEwan's critique and defence of recent British fiction takes an optimistic view: it is neither an apology for English writers on the grounds of their catching up, late in the day, with American or French innovations, nor is it a defence of a conventional, static type of fiction as opposed to 'intellectual puzzles'. The argument is that, within the literary world of experiement and 'fabulation' writers in Britain have achieved a creative relationship with the traditional novel. As a result they have managed to keep their work close enough to common experience to give their experiements and to keep the novel alive. The first part of the book deals with five novelists - John Fowles, Iris Murdoch, Angus Wilson, Kingsley Amis and Anthony Powell - whose experiemental attitude to tradition is characteristic of modern British fiction. Part Two considers the problem of assessing and accounting for new achievements, and looks at two very successful novels: L. p. Hartley's The Go-Between and William Golding's Lord of the Flies. These are considered in the context of what their critics have had to say. 188 pp. (We carry a wide selection of titles in The Arts, Theology, History, Politics, Social and Physical Sciences. academic and scholarly books and Modern First Editions ,and all types of Academic Literature.) .
Comentariu de vanzator thelondonbookworm.com:
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Numărul de ordine platforma Biblio.com: 483975375
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