By Patrick Brantlinger,William Thesing

ISBN-10: 063122064X

ISBN-13: 9780631220640

ISBN-10: 1405132914

ISBN-13: 9781405132916

The better half to the Victorian Novel offers contextual and significant information regarding the total diversity of British fiction released among 1837 and 1901.

  • Provides contextual and important information regarding the full diversity of British fiction released in the course of the Victorian period.
  • Explains concerns equivalent to Victorian religions, category constitution, and Darwinism to people who are surprising with them.
  • Comprises unique, available chapters written via popular and rising students within the box of Victorian studies.
  • Ideal for college kids and researchers looking up to the moment assurance of contexts and traits, or as a place to begin for a survey course.

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