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Twentieth-Century Fiction

From Text to Context

Twentieth-Century Fiction
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By applying recent trends in literary and language theory to a range of twentieth- century fiction, the contributors to this text make new theoretical insights available to student readers. The analytical and interpretive strategies examined in this book are presented in such a way as to facilitate critical reading and evaluation.
The essays, which are arranged into three groups and which focus on the textual level, narrative and context, look at a wide range of twentieth century authors including Fowles, Forster, Lessing and Woolf. In addition, this student-friendly text includes a detailed subject index, a full glossary and helpful suggestions for further reading.
Aimed at beginning students of English Language and Literature and Applied Linguistics, and advanced students of English as a Foreign or Second Language, Twentieth Century Fiction provides an essential introduction to the subject which is both sensitive and enabling.
Routledge; September 1995
290 pages; ISBN 9781134845439
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0203426320
9780203426326
9780415105897
9781134845422
9781134845439