Anti-Jacobin Novels, Vol. 3: Dorothea ed. by M. O. Grenby and M. W. Verhoeven

London, England Pickering & Chatto 2005
1 online resource (210 p.)


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This new edition reveals the flipside of Romantic-era literature and politics, bringing together a body of anti-Jacobin novelists who in the 1790s were part of an active conservative backlash. The novels, which for the most part have never been republished since they first appeared, have now been reprinted in full with expert annotation.
  • Contributor(s): Grenby, Matthew Orville, 1970-
  • Contributor(s): Verhoeven, W. M., fl. 2007
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In English, Originally published in English
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