A selection of articles related to canonical novels.
Original articles from our library related to the Canonical Novels. See Table of Contents for further available material (downloadable resources) on Canonical Novels.
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Canonical Novels is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Canonical Novels books and related discussion.
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- The Absent Voice: The Politics of Representation in the Canon and
- examining the genre of the novel in relation to canonical texts, and also in studying the implications of narrative offered by these canonical novels.
- Jane Austen's “Wild Imagination”: Romance and the Courtship Plot
- Even though it was once asserted that Jane Austen's six canonical novels have.
- Gender and literary valorization: the awakening of a canonical novel
- 2002. " Gender and Literary Valorization: The Awakening of a Canonical Novel. " Sociological Perspectives 45: 139-161.
Suggested News Resources
- Tom Perrotta, Francine Prose, and others on "great books" that aren't great.
- There are fewer much-admired, so-called canonical, novels that I have (a) finished and (b) loathed: Henry James' The Bostonians comes to mind, though I'm not sure that anybody thinks that one's so great unless they are paid to think so.
Suggested Web Resources
- Canonical British Novels of the 19th Century-Principles of selection
- 201 novels 2100 characters (approximately). 1. Authors and Novels.
- Dr. Write: 10 Canonical Novels I Love
- Nov 9, 2007 10 Canonical Novels I Love. Jane Eyre: love it! I spent about half (okay, maybe I exaggerate) of my oral exams discussing this.
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