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By Susanna Ashton

Collaborators in Literary the US, 1870-1920 argues that the collaborative novels of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries have been singularly instrumental to the evolving nature of authorship and its dating to the fashionable literary industry. greater than only a gimmick, those novels (there have been a number of hundred released on the flip of the century), have been a significant try to paintings during the anxieties authors confronted in an ever extra aggressive and businesslike industry. Deeply contextualized inside of e-book heritage and exertions practices, the problems surrounding collaborative construction of such idiosyncratic writers as Henry James, Mark Twain, and William Dean Howells, reveal that during union there has been strength.

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