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By G. R. Thompson

An critical software for lecturers and scholars of yankee literature, Reading the yank Novel 1865-1914 offers a finished advent to the yank novel within the post-civil conflict interval.

  • Locates American novels and tales inside a particular old and literary context
  • Offers clean analyses of key chosen literary works
  • Addresses a large viewers of lecturers and non-academics in transparent, available prose
  • Demonstrates the altering mentality of 19th-century the US getting into the twentieth century
  • Explores the connection among the highbrow and inventive output of the time and the turbulent socio-political context

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