The Eighteenth-Century Novel and Contemporary Social Issues: An Introduction

Sim, Stuart
Publication Date 2008
Publisher Edinburgh University Press,
Binding Paperback
Condition Very good copy
SKU 21482
Notes Very clean and neat.


Paperback. 213pp. Consider issues such as race relations, slavery, theology and intelligent design, anti-social behaviour, media and popular culture, genetic inheritance, surveillance society, disputed sovereignty, AI, fundamentalist terrorism etc in a range of novels by Aphra Behn, Henry Fielding, Jane Austen, Charlotte Lennox,William Godwin, Walter Scott, Mary Shelley, James Hogg, Daniel Defoe, Samuel Richardson, etc.
Price: £10.50
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