The Resource Middlemarch; : critical approaches to the novel, [by] Mark Schorer [and others] Edited by Barbara Hardy

Middlemarch; : critical approaches to the novel, [by] Mark Schorer [and others] Edited by Barbara Hardy

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Middlemarch; : critical approaches to the novel
Title
Middlemarch;
Title remainder
critical approaches to the novel
Statement of responsibility
[by] Mark Schorer [and others] Edited by Barbara Hardy
Contributor
Contributor
Contributor
Editor of compilation
Editor of compilation
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
UkLiU
Index
no index present
LC call number
PR4662
LC item number
.H3 1967
Literary form
non fiction
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  • 1924-
  • 1924-2016
  • 1897-1986
  • 1924-2016
  • 1925-1967
  • 1908-1977
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  • Beaty, Jerome
  • Oldfield, Derek
  • Hulme, Hilda M.
  • Hardy, Barbara
  • Tompkins, J. M. S.
  • Hardy, Barbara
  • Harvey, W. J.
  • Schorer, Mark
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  • Eliot, George
  • Eliot, George
Label
Middlemarch; : critical approaches to the novel, [by] Mark Schorer [and others] Edited by Barbara Hardy
Instantiates
Publication
Contents
Introduction, by B. Hardy.--The structure of the novel: method, metaphor, and mind, by M. Schorer.--The intellectual background of the novel: Casaubon and Lydgate, by W.J. Harvey.--The text of the novel; a study of the proof, by J. Beaty.--The language of the novel; the character of Dorothea, by D. Oldfield.--The language of the novel; imagery, by H.M. Hulme.--Criticism of the novel; contemporary reception, by W.J. Harvey.--The surface of the novel: chapter 30, by B. Hardy.--A plea for ancient lights, by J.M.S. Tompkins.--Notes (p. 184-190)
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
192 p.
Label
Middlemarch; : critical approaches to the novel, [by] Mark Schorer [and others] Edited by Barbara Hardy
Publication
Contents
Introduction, by B. Hardy.--The structure of the novel: method, metaphor, and mind, by M. Schorer.--The intellectual background of the novel: Casaubon and Lydgate, by W.J. Harvey.--The text of the novel; a study of the proof, by J. Beaty.--The language of the novel; the character of Dorothea, by D. Oldfield.--The language of the novel; imagery, by H.M. Hulme.--Criticism of the novel; contemporary reception, by W.J. Harvey.--The surface of the novel: chapter 30, by B. Hardy.--A plea for ancient lights, by J.M.S. Tompkins.--Notes (p. 184-190)
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
192 p.

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