Table of contents for Edwardian and Georgian fiction / [edited by] Harold Bloom.

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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

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

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.