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What is a Novel?

by Bradbury, Malcolm

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London: Edward Arnold,. Paperback. 72pp. Aimed at the sixth form or first year undergraduate this concise volume deals with a range of critical and theoretical perspectives on the novel in an easily accessible form with plenty of what it calls 'signposts' to further study including a further reading list which includes two useful selections of important novels from the pre-twentieth century , and form the twentieth century, that would be an excellent starting point for anyone planning on embarking on a literary degree. Rubbed. Somewhat faded. Light pencil annotation. Binding is sound. Good, sound copy. . Paperback. 1969.




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