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Popular fiction before Richardson: Narrative patterns 1700-1739,
The rise of the novel reconsidered rogues and whores - heroes and anti-heroes travellers, priates and pilgrims - the pirate, Faustian ruffian, Crusoe and after "as long as Atalantis shall be read" -Expand
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Clarissa, or, The history of a young lady
How Clarissa, in resisting parental pressure to marry a loathsome man for his money, falls prety to Lovelace, is raped and dies, is the bare outline of a story that blossomed in all directions underExpand
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The Cambridge companion to Daniel Defoe
Introduction John Richetti 1. Defoe: the man in the works Paula Backscheider 2. Defoe's political and religious journalism Maximillian Novak 3. Defoe, commerce, and empire Srinivas Aravamudan 4.Expand
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The Life of Daniel Defoe: A Critical Biography
Preface vi Acknowledgments x 1 Dissenter, Merchant, Speculator,Writer 1 2 Early Writings 1697-1703: Projects, Dissent, Poems 31 3 Political Journalism: 1697-1710 70 4 Political Agent and Journalist:Expand
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The Cambridge companion to "Robinson Crusoe"
Preface John Richetti Part I. Robinson Crusoe and Daniel Defoe: The Eighteenth Century: 1. Genre, nature, Robinson Crusoe J. Paul Hunter 2. Robinson Crusoe and the form of the new novel Rivka SwensonExpand
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