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The Dual Voice: Free Indirect Speech And Its Functioning In The Nineteenth Century European Novel

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Free indirect speech became a significant feature of the European nineteenth century novel during the following century as a means and sign of the ever-intensifying exploration of the inner self. This book provides a theoretical examination and clarification of the form, and includes a critical account of the discussions arising from its first identification in 1912. Professor Pascal analyses the work of novelists from Goethe and Jane Austen to Zola and Dostoyevsky to show its functioning and extension during the nineteenth century.

This scarce 1977 hardback first edition is in a reasonable, used condition. It is complete with its dustjacket which has been price clipped, and is yellowing and faded, particularly along the top edge. There is a small mark on the back where there was a previous price sticker on the back cover. The blue cloth boards are very faded, again along the top edge and the gilt-stamped spine is slightly cocked. The first endpaper bears a previous author's name and date in black ink. The text block is tanned but is otherwise clean.

Item details

Author(s):
Roy Pascal
Condition:
Fair
Dimensions:
22cmx14cm1.5cm
Edition:
1977
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0874719275
ISBN-13:
9780874719277
Number of pages:
150
Publisher:
Manchester University Press, Rowman & Littlefield Publishing Inc
Title:
The Dual Voice: Free Indirect Speech And Its Functioning In The Nineteenth Century European Novel

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Free indirect speech became a significant feature of the European nineteenth century novel during the following century as a means and sign of the ever-intensifying exploration of the inner self. This book provides a theoretical examination and clarification of the form, and includes a critical account of the discussions arising from its first identification in 1912. Professor Pascal analyses the work of novelists from Goethe and Jane Austen to Zola and Dostoyevsky to show its functioning and extension during the nineteenth century.

This scarce 1977 hardback first edition is in a reasonable, used condition. It is complete with its dustjacket which has been price clipped, and is yellowing and faded, particularly along the top edge. There is a small mark on the back where there was a previous price sticker on the back cover. The blue cloth boards are very faded, again along the top edge and the gilt-stamped spine is slightly cocked. The first endpaper bears a previous author's name and date in black ink. The text block is tanned but is otherwise clean.

Author(s):
Roy Pascal
Condition:
Fair
Dimensions:
22cmx14cm1.5cm
Edition:
1977
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0874719275
ISBN-13:
9780874719277
Number of pages:
150
Publisher:
Manchester University Press, Rowman & Littlefield Publishing Inc
Title:
The Dual Voice: Free Indirect Speech And Its Functioning In The Nineteenth Century European Novel

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