Narrative Bonds: Multiple Narrators in the Victorian Novel
Subjects (LCSH):English fiction -- 19th century -- History and criticism
Multiple person narrative
Keywords:Literary Criticism / European / English, Irish, Scottish, Welsh
Literary Criticism / Semiotics & Theory
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Publisher:The Ohio State University Press
Series/Report no.:Theory and Interpretation of Narrative
Introduction: Unity and reliability in the Victorian multinarrator novel -- Epistles to narratives to monologues -- Depth and surface: back-and-forth narration and embodiment in Bleak House -- The quick switch: the child's resistance to adulthood in Treasure Island -- Disability aesthetics and multinarration in Wilkie Collins's The woman in white, The moonstone, and the Legacy of Cain -- The permeable frame: Gothic collaboration in Wuthering Heights -- Epilogue: Returning and nonreturning multinarration in Dracula and The beetle.
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