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    • Form as process in the 'Pickwick Papers': the structure of ethical discovery 

      Tharaud, Barry (The Dickens Society, 2007-09)
      Presents literary criticism which examines the reader's process of discovery during "The Pickwick Papers" by Charles Dickens. The novel, long and episodic, has been called formless by other critics but the author feels ...
    • From the editor 

      Tharaud, Barry (Nineteenth-Century Prose, 2008)
      The present number (35/2) of Nineteenth-Century Prose is a general issue that includes a broad range of articles, review articles, and reviews from both American and British literature. The issue leads off with two articles ...
    • From the editor 

      Tharaud, Barry (Nineteenth-Century Prose, 2009-09)
      The Fall 2009 issue of Nineteenth-Century Prose is abundant in range and size. The issue begins with Peter Betjemann’s discussion of late nineteenth- and early twentieth-century attitudes toward a crafts tradition in Britain ...
    • From the editor 

      Tharaud, Barry (Nineteenth-Century Prose, 2009)
      The Spring 2009 issue of Nineteenth-Century Prose (Volume 36, Number 1) is a special issue on William Hazlitt, guest-edited by James Mulvihill, who will join the Editorial Board of this journal beginning with the next ...
    • Special Issue on William Hazlitt 

      Tharaud, Barry (Nineteenth - Century Prose, 2009)
      The Spring 2009 issue of Nineteenth-Century Prose (Volume 36, Number 1) is a special issue on William Hazlitt, guest-edited by James Mulvihili, who will join the Editorial Board of this journal beginning with the next ...