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Foregrounded description in nineteenth-and twentieth-century prose fiction
JosГ© Manuel GonГ§alves Lopes
Written in English
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This book features numerous tales of true crime and odd phenomena from the frontier—from an investigation into a series of massacres that a female suspect claimed were committed by a religious cult to a body buried in the middle of a road and much more. Melanie Hawthorne is Professor of French at Texas A&M University. Her research focuses on nineteenth- and twentieth-century French literature, with special emphasis on prose fiction of the "Decadent" period and on women writers. Liz Constable is Associate Professor in the Women and Gender Studies program at UC : $
He treats these relations as defining properties of prose fiction, of particular import in nineteenth- and twentieth-century texts. Newton's fresh and nuanced readings cover a wide range of authors and periods, from Charles Dickens to Kazuo Ishiguro and Julian Barnes, from Herman Melville to Richard Wright, from Joseph Conrad and Henry James to. Almost half the book is an Appendix that consists of a rich catalog of rhetorical and stylistic examples, drawn from a wide range of twentieth-century Chinese literary writing. These hundreds of examples, identified by the nomenclature of grammar, rhetoric, and sentence cohesion, constitute a veritable handbook of modern Chinese prose.
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In this wide-ranging study, José Manuel Lopes proposes a theoretical framework for analysing the role of description in prose fiction. He offers readings of texts drawn from four national literatures—French, Spanish, Portuguese, and Brazilian—testing his model across a cultural and temporal : J.M.
Lopes. Twentieth Century Novels and Prose The novels of the nineteenth century were written at a time when there was confidence and stability in British society. But the twentieth-century novels are influenced by the changes in beliefs and political ideas after the events of the First World War and the disappearance of the British Empire.
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