Studying the Novel: An Introduction

Studying the Novel: An Introduction

by JeremyHawthorn (Author)

Synopsis

How do literary critics distinguish between "story" and "plot", or between a symbol and an image, or between "tone" and "mood"? This third edition answers these and other questions. Considerations of developments such as post-colonialism and cultural materialism are added to existing discussions of feminism, structuralism, post-structuralism, and other theoretical approaches. There is straightforward practical advice on such matters as the analysis of prose passages, and on taking notes and revision, and a section on the writing of essays and answering of examination questions is included. A new section on the novel in an international context enlarges the cultural scope of the book.

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Format: Paperback
Pages: 192
Edition: 3rd Revised edition
Publisher: Hodder Arnold
Published: 02 May 1997

ISBN 10: 0340692200
ISBN 13: 9780340692202

Media Reviews
A model of compact exposition --The Times Educational Supplement
An approach to studying the novel that is both erudite and easy to follow --Teaching English


A model of compact exposition --The Times Educational Supplement
An approach to studying the novel that is both erudite and easy to follow --Teaching English

A model of compact exposition --The Times Educational Supplement
An approach to studying the novel that is both erudite and easy to follow --Teaching English


A model of compact exposition --The Times Educational Supplement


An approach to studying the novel that is both erudite and easy to follow --Teaching English