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Bibliographical resources for the study of nineteenth century English fiction.
Gordon N. Ray
1964 by University of California, School of Library Service in Los Angeles .
Written in English
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Bibliographical training at the John Rylands Library. Posted: 21 February This book offers practical approaches to some of the key issues and challenges involved in teaching nineteenth-century fiction at the university level, and includes annotated case studies from courses, discussions of instances of useful practice in teaching and a.
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The use of primary sources serves to weave several important ideas of nineteenth century scientific discovery and its impact in the intellectual world. To this goal, the different sections were I always find anthologies hard to review because they do not represent the coherent work of a single author, which is how I evaluate most books/5.
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