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Contents WHY JAMES, TRILLING, AND BOOTH? KEY IDEAS 1. Three perspectives on the novel 2. Realism and representation 3. Authors, narrators, and narration 4. Points of view and centres of consciousness 5. Readers, reading, and interpretation 6. Moral intelligence AFTER JAMES, TRILLING, AND BOOTH FURTHER READING Works cited Index
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Criticism -- United States.
Fiction -- History and criticism.