ELIZABETH SINGER ROWE AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE ENGLISH NOVEL
This in-depth study of Rowe's prose fiction relates her work to popular fiction by earlier writers as well as her contemporaries, revealing Rowe's lasting influence on major movements like the politeness (or gentility) movement, the reading revolution, and the Bluestocking society.
Publisher: Johns Hopkins
Item #: 5830079
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