Living Fiction

... Novel from Daniel Defoe to Julian Barnes William Hutchings. LIVING FICTION Reading the British Novel from Daniel Defoe to Julian Barnes WILLIAM HUTCHINGS Living Fiction Living Fiction Reading the British Novel from Daniel. Front Cover.

Living Fiction

Analysing a wide range of extracts from key works of British fiction from the 18th to the 21st Century, William Hutchings lucidly demonstrates how close reading can enhance appreciation of detail and illuminate whole novels.

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