Manchester Literature Studies offers readers critical introductions to some of the most exciting and challenging writing of recent years and presents lucid interpretations of authors who have sought to capture the sensibilities of the late twentieth and twenty-first centuries as well as critical narratives that dominate conventional and established understandings of nineteenth-century literature.
Informed, but not dominated, by critical theory, this collection of 157 book and 1 journal explores the influence of diverse traditions, histories and cultures on prose fiction, and situates key figures within their relevant social, political, artistic and historical contexts.
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