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Contents Editor?s Note Introduction The New Novel Henry James A Parting of the Ways Raymond Williams Conrad and Modern English Fiction David Thorburn Obscure Writing and Private Life, 1880-1914 Allon White Edwardian Literature John Batchelor Problematic Presence: the Colonial Other in Kipling and Conrad John McClure The Late Nineteenth Century Novel and the Change Towards the Sexual--Gissing, Hardy and Lawrence L. R. Leavis A Woven Tapestry of Interests Peter Keating The Other Victim: Jude the Obscure and The Whirlpool Annette Federico The Pleasures of Imperialism Edward W. Said The Opening World, 1900-1915 Malcolm Bradbury The Avoidance of Naturalism: Gissing, Moore, Grand, Bennett, and Others David Trotter Incorporated Bodies: Dracula and the Rise of Professionalism Nicholas Daly Oscar Wilde?s Aesthetic Gothic: Walter Pater, Dark Enlightenment, and The Picture of Dorian Gray John Paul Riquelme Emotion, Gender, and Ethics in Fiction by Thomas Hardy and the New Woman Writers Jil Larson Conclusions? Rainbow?s End: The Janus Period Ruth Robbins Chronology Contributors Bibliography Ackowledgments Index
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English fiction -- 20th century -- History and criticism.
Great Britain -- History -- Edward VII, 1901-1910.
Great Britain -- History -- George VI, 1936-1952.
Great Britain -- History -- George V, 1910-1936.