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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface vii
  • Contents ix
  • 1: Modern Fiction 3
  • Note 9
  • 2: The Mayor of Casterbridge: A New Fiction Defined 10
  • Notes 29
  • 3: On Tess of the D'Urbervilles 30
  • 4: Jude the Obscure as a Tragedy 45
  • Notes 61
  • 5: Chance and Recognition 65
  • 6: Minor Works and Nostromo 84
  • 7: The Journey Within 110
  • N0tes 117
  • 8: Story and Idea in Conrad's The Shadow-Line 119
  • Notes 136
  • 9: The King over the Water: Notes on the Novels of F. M. Hueffer 137
  • 10: Parade's End 143
  • 11: Notes on the Labyrinth of Design in The Good Soldier 160
  • Notes 175
  • 12: The Longest Journey and the Perils of Humanism 176
  • Notes 193
  • 13: Howards End 195
  • Notes 209
  • 14: The Twilight of the Double Vision: Symbol and Irony in A Passage to India 210
  • Notes 224
  • 15: Sons and Lovers 225
  • Notes 243
  • 16: The Originality of The Rainbow 244
  • Notes 266
  • 17: Symbolism in Women in Love 267
  • Notes 283
  • 18: On Lady Chatterley's Lover 285
  • 19: Dubliners 308
  • Note 321
  • 20: The Artist 322
  • 21: A Study of Ulysses 336
  • Note 357
  • 22: The Dream of H. C. Earwicker 358
  • Notes 374
  • 23: Virginia Woolf 376
  • Notes 390
  • 24: The Brown Stocking 391
  • 25: The Form of the Novels 418
  • 26: Surgery for the Novel -- or a Bomb 434
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