Institutions of the English Novel

Institutions of the English Novel
From Defoe to Scott

Homer Obed Brown

1997 | 244 pages | Cloth $42.50 | Paper $28.95
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Table of Contents

Preface
Acknowledgments
Introduction: Beginning with No Beginning

1. The Errant Letter and the Whispering Gallery
2. The Displaced Self in the Novels of Daniel Defoe
3. Tom Jones: The "Bastard" of History
4. Tristram to the Hebrews: Some Notes on the Institution of a Canonic Text
5. Sir Walter Scott and the Institution of History: The Jacobite Novels in the Relation of Fathers
6. The Institution of the English Novel

Notes
Index