What Is a Romantic Novel?

Miles, Robert
March 2001
Novel: A Forum on Fiction;Spring2001, Vol. 34 Issue 2, p180
Academic Journal
Literary Criticism
Discusses the nature of the Romantic novel. Information on gender and genre transgressions in the reception of the Romantic-era novel; Definitions of the Romantic novel; Description of the Romantic novel as a philosophical romance; Analysis of the institutionalization of Romanticism.


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