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Nineteenth Century Fiction

In Fifty-One Volumes

By Various Contributors

1968-84 - California - University of California Press

9" by 6"

 

 
 
 
 
 

 

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A collection of volumes on Nineteenth Century Fiction by various contributors.

Edited by Alexander Welsh.

In fifty-one volumes.

The collection consists of: Volume 23 Number 2 September 1968, Volume 24 Number 3 December 1969, Volume 24 Number 4 March 1970, Volume 25 Number 1 June 1970, Volume 25 Number 4 March 1971, Volume 26 Number 1 June 1971, Volume 26 Number 2 September 1971, Volume 26 Number 4 March 1972, Volume 27 Number 1 June 1972, Volume 27 Number 2 September 1972, Volume 27 Number 3 December 1972, Volume 27 Number 4 March 1973, Volume 28 Number 1 June 1973, Volume 28 Number 2 September 1973, Volume 28 Number 3 December 1973, Volume 28 Number 4 March 1974, Volume 29 Number 1 June 1974, Volume 29 Number 2 September 1974, Volume 29 Number 3 December 1974, Volume 29 Number 4 March 1975, Volume 30 Number 1 June 1975, Volume 30 Number 2 September 1975, Volume 30 Number 4 March 1976, Volume 31 Number 1 June 1976, Volume 31 Number 3 December 1976, Volume 31 Number 4 March 1977, Volume 32 Number 1 June 1977, Volume 32 Number 2 September 1977, Volume 32 Number 3 December 1977, Volume 32 Number 4 March 1978, Volume 33 Number 1 June 1978, Volume 33 Number 2 September 1978, Volume 33 Number 3 December 1978, Volume 33 Number 4 March 1979, Volume 34 Number 3 December 1979, Volume 34 Number 4 March 1980, Volume 35 Number 1 June 1980, Volume 35 Number 2 September 1980, Volume 35 Number 3 December 1980, Volume 35 Number 4 March 1981, Volume 36 Number 1 June 1981, Volume 36 Number 2 September 1981, Volume 36 Number 3 December 1981, Volume 37 Number 2 September 1982, Volume 37 Number 3 December 1982, Volume 37 Number 4 March 1983, Volume 38 Number 1 June 1983, Volume 38 Number 2 September 1983, Volume 38 Number 3 December 1983, Volume 38 Number 4 March 1984 and Volume 39 Number 1 June 1984.

The volumes contain a number of fascinating essays such as Sensationalism of The Woman in White by Walter M. Kendrick, The Breakdown of Thackeray's Narator: Lovel the Widower by Ina Ferris and Narrative Form and Social Sense in Bleak House and The French Revolution by Jonathan Arac.

Issued quarterly in June, September, December, and March by the University Press, Berkeley, Los Angeles, and London.

CONDITION

In two variant paper bindings. Externally, generally smart, lightly rubbed in places. There are ink inscriptions to the front boards on several volumes. Internally, firmly bound. Pages are bright and clean. Overall: VERY GOOD.

 


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