Studying the Novel 3e: An Introduction

Studying the Novel 3e: An Introduction

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ISBN13: 9780340692202

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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.

Type Book
Number Of Pages 192
Item Height 13 mm
Item Width 146 mm
Item Weight 294 Gram
Product Dimensions 146 x 13 x 222
Publisher Hodder Arnold
Format Paperback | 192

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