The Romantic Impulse in Victorian Fiction

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Harvard University Press, 1980 - English fiction - 396 pages
Mr. Stone takes an innovative approach to the Victorian novelists, examining their debt to the writers of the previous generation. Confronting the diversity of the Romantic movement and of the Victorians' responses to it, he discovers strong and unexpected affinities between the novelists and the Romantics.

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ONE Introduction
TWO Trollope Byron and the Conventionalities
THREE Benjamin Disraeli and the Romance of the Will

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