The Cambridge companion to the Eighteenth-Century novel /
The contributors challenge and refine the traditional view of the 18th century novel's origins and purposes, showing that the novel is defined primarily by the new ideological and cultural functions it serves in the emerging world of print culture.
|Published:||Cambridge [England] ; New York, NY, USA : Cambridge University Press, 1996.|
|Series:||Cambridge companions to literature.
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