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The Resource Hidden rivalries in Victorian fiction : Dickens, realism, and revaluation, Jerome Meckier

Hidden rivalries in Victorian fiction : Dickens, realism, and revaluation, Jerome Meckier

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Hidden rivalries in Victorian fiction : Dickens, realism, and revaluation
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Hidden rivalries in Victorian fiction
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Dickens, realism, and revaluation
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Jerome Meckier
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Summary
Victorian fiction has been read and analyzed from a wide range of perspectives in the past century. But how did the novelists themselves read and respond to each other's creations when they first appeared? Jerome Meckier answers that intriguing question in this ground-breaking study of what he terms the Victorian realism wars. Meckier argues that nineteenth-century British fiction should be seen as a network of intersecting reactions and counteractions in which the novelists rethought and rewrote each other's novels as a way of enhancing their own credibility. In an increasingly relative world,
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English
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Hidden rivalries in Victorian fiction : Dickens, realism, and revaluation, Jerome Meckier
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Hidden rivalries in Victorian fiction : Dickens, realism, and revaluation, Jerome Meckier
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http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.2307/j.ctt130hv1q
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Cover; Half-title; Title; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; ACKNOWLEDGMENTS; ONE: The Victorian ""Multiverse"": Bleak House; TWO: The Cant of Reform: The Warden; THREE: Mutual Recrimination: Hard Times; FOUR: An Ultra-Dickensian Novel: The Woman in White; FIVE: Undoing by Outdoing Continued: Great Expectations; SIX: Inimitability Regained: The Mystery of Edwin Drood; SEVEN: ""That Arduous Invention"": Middlemarch; EIGHT: Conclusions: Realism, Revaluation, and Realignment; NOTES; INDEX
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