By Chris Hopkins
Chris Hopkins attracts either on recognized texts and on novels that have only in the near past all started to be mentioned by way of critics of the thirties - rather these by way of ladies writers whose paintings has nonetheless now not been comparable very in actual fact to the literary and political debates of the interval. Organised in 5 sections every one concentrating on significant genres, he's taking a variety of novels as case reports and discusses their makes use of of general types, concerning them to different examples and to their historic, political and cultural contexts.
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English Fiction in the 1930s: Language, Genre, History (Continuum Literary Studies) by Chris Hopkins