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The French Revolution and the English Novel
December 2003 by University Press of the Pacific .
Written in English
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The French Revolution. The French Revolution and the English Novel, ISBNISBNLike New Used, Free shipping in the US Seller Rating: % positive. “The Revolution of hit England like a thunderbolt. It shook up the whole social and political edifice of Britain.” – Alan Woods. The revolutionary poets of the s did not confine themselves to the written word but attempted to establish links with the people, identifying themselves with the poor, the oppressed, the insulted and humiliated.
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Topics covered include "On the Economic Interpretation of Literature," "The Young Shelley," "Some Typical Lady Novelists of the Revolution," and "The French Revolution and the Rights of Woman.".
The French Revolution sparked an ideological debate which also brought Britain to the brink of revolution in the s. Just as radicals wrote 'Jacobin' fiction, so the fear of rebellion prompted conservatives to respond with novels of their own; indeed, these soon outnumbered the Jacobin novels.
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Little-known is the fact that English literati debated the merits of the French Revolution. Some Conservatives, led by Edmund Burke, argued that political change should not be convulsive and violent.
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