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Novelists on the Novel
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Novelists on the Novel

By Allott, Miriam

London: Routledge Kegan Paul,. Hardback. 336pp. Extracts and essays on the novel ordered into 3 sections: The Nature of Prose fiction; The Genesis of a Novel; The Craft of Fiction. The novelists quoted include Henry Fielding, Sarah Fielding, Smollett, Clara Reeve, Defoe, Eliot, Scott, Thackeray, Zola, Huxley, Lawrence, James, Balzac, Conrad, Tolstoy, Woolf, Rousseau and others. Maroon cloth is sunned to spine where it is also heavily marked with a splashed type stain. Binding is sound but reading copy only. Reading copy only. . Hardcover. First edition. 1959.

$6.57

Selected Literary Criticism and The Shadow-Line
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Selected Literary Criticism and The Shadow-Line

By Conrad, Joseph edited by Allan Ingram

London: Routledge,. Paperback. 273pp. A selection of the literary criticism of novelist Joseph Conrad plus his long short story The Shadow-Line. Also includes critical commentary on The Shadow-Line. Slightly rubbed. A little unevenly sunned. Good, sound copy. . Paperback. 1986.

$3.94

Conrad: The Moral World of the Novelist
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Conrad: The Moral World of the Novelist

By Gekoski, R. A.

London: Paul Elek,. Hardback. 208pp. Black boards with gilt titles to spine. Unevenly faded to dust wrapper. Somewhat rubbed to dust wrapper. Good+ copy in good dw. . Hardcover. 1978.

$9.19

Practising Postmodernism/ Reading Modernism
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Practising Postmodernism/ Reading Modernism

By Waugh, Patricia

London: Edward Arnold,. Paperback. 176pp. Interrogating Texts series. Close readings of three modernist and three postmodernist texts: Shame by Salman Rushdie, The Color Purple by Alice Walker, Memoirs of a Survivor by Doris Lessing, Heart of Darkness by Joseph Conrad, To The Lighthouse by Virgina Woolf and Ulsses by James Joyce. A little faded. Very good copy. . Paperback. 1992.

$7.88

Graham Greene : The Power and the Glory : The Sorbonne Conference and  Other Papers Volume 25 no 1 2008.
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Graham Greene : The Power and the Glory : The Sorbonne Conference and Other Papers Volume 25 no 1 2008.

By Gallix, François, Vanessa Guignery, Christian Gutleben, and Jean-Claude Souesme

Nice: Revue Cycnos,. Paperback. 164pp. Study of the works of Graham Greene. The 14 essays are mainly in English. Essays include - Stéphanie Ravez : The ''Law of Flight'' - Escapology versus Eschatology in The Power and the Glory; René Gallet : Newman, Greene and The Power and the Glory; Catherine Delmas : Immanence and transcendence in The Power and the Glory. Graham Greene and Joseph Conrad ; François Gallix : A Sort of Preface: The riddles of Graham Greene - with an incursion into the manuscript; etc. Clean, bright and neat. Very good copy. . Paperback. 2008.

$10.51

The Nineteenth-century Novel: Identities
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The Nineteenth-century Novel: Identities

By Walder, Dennis

London: Routledge / The Open University,. Paperback. 368pp. Includes two chapters each on Dracula, Madam Bovary, The Woman in White, The Awakening, The Portrait of a Lady and Heart of Darkness. Also includes two chapters on 'Readers and their Books'. Bumped to tail of spine else very clean and neat with minimal wear. Very good copy. . Paperback. 2002.

$5.25

The Nineteenth-century Novel: Identities
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The Nineteenth-century Novel: Identities

By Walder, Dennis

London: Routledge / The Open University,. Paperback. 368pp. Includes two chapters each on Dracula, Madam Bovary, The Woman in White, The Awakening, The Portrait of a Lady and Heart of Darkness. Also includes two chapters on 'Readers and their Books'. Very clean and neat with minimal wear. Near fine, bright copy. . Paperback. 2002.

$6.57

Literary Theory at Work
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Literary Theory at Work

By Tallack, Douglas (editor)

London: B.T. Batsford Ltd,. Paperback. 218pp. 9 essays showing applied use of a range literary theories on 3 texts: St Mawr by D. H. Lawrence, In the Cage by Henry James and Heart of Darkness by Joseph Conrad. Each text has 3 chapters each with a different literary theory applied. Very useful introduction to using literary theory. Rubbed with reading wear, and a light coffee type stain to top edge of pages and prelim. Reading copy only. . Paperback. 1987.

$6.57

The Pen and the Sword Edward W. Said: Conversations with David Barsamian

By Said, Edward W. interviewed by David Barsamian, with introduction by Eqbal Ahmad.

Edinburgh: AK Press,. Paperback. 181pp. Interviews covering Palestine, imperialism, conflict, the decline of the American left, western views of Arab culture etc. Also covers imperialism in literature including the works of Joseph Conrad, Jane Austen, T. S. Eliot, Albert Camus, V. S. Naipaul, Amos Oz etc. Indexed. Near fine, bright copy. . Paperback. First printing. 1994.

$4.60

The Pen and the Sword Edward W. Said: Conversations with David Barsamian

By Said, Edward W. interviewed by David Barsamian, with introduction by Eqbal Ahmad.

Edinburgh: AK Press,. Paperback. 181pp. Interviews covering Palestine, imperialism, conflict, the decline of the American left, western views of Arab culture etc. Also covers imperialism in literature including the works of Joseph Conrad, Jane Austen, T. S. Eliot, Albert Camus, V. S. Naipaul, Amos Oz etc. Indexed. Minimal wear. Near fine, bright copy. . Paperback. First printing. 1994.

$4.60