By Carl Rollyson
The newly revised severe Survey of lengthy Fiction grows to 10 volumes and provides profiles at the significant writers of lengthy fiction all through historical past and the area. The in-depth essays during this set are designed for prime institution, undergraduate scholars and grownup readers. every one essay presents an writer biography, profession research, and considerate evaluations of person novels and novellas.
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