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by Guinevere L Griest


Xii, 272 pages : 22 cm. From 1842, when Charles Edward Mudie started lending books at his shop in Bloomsbury, until 1894 when the Library Establishment destroyed the three-decker.

Xii, 272 pages : 22 cm. From 1842, when Charles Edward Mudie started lending books at his shop in Bloomsbury, until 1894 when the Library Establishment destroyed the three-decker, fiction maintained a recognized supremacy in the English world of letters.

Guinevere L. Griest (1970), Mudie's circulating library and the Victorian novel, Bloomington: Indiana University Press, ISBN 0-253-15480-4, 0253154804. Boase, George Clement (1894). Mudie, Charles Edward".

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Mudie's could do little about public circulating libraries, and in fact, their gradual appearance during the century greatly weakened the power of.Griest, Guinevere L. Mudie's Circulating Library and the Victorian Novel.

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Chicago Distribution Center. Guinevere L. Griest," Modern Philology 69, no. 4 (May, 1972): 367-369. Of all published articles, the following were the most read within the past 12 months. Cary Wolfe, What Is Posthumanism? Chute. Thomas Leitch, Film Adaptation and Its Discontents: From Gone with the Wind to The Passion of Christ. The Marriage Group in the "Canterbury Tales". The Dumb-Show in "Hamlet". Distant Horizons: Digital Evidence and Literary Change.

Griest Guinevere L. 1970. 1995 Anonymous Signatures: Circulating Libraries, Conventionality, and the Production of Gothic Romances. ELH 62: 603– 29. Keith Sara. Bloomington: Indiana UP. Hamlyn Hilda M. 1946–47: Eighteenth-Century Circulating Libraries in England.

Guinevere Griest, Mudie’s Circulating Library and the Victorian Novel (Indiana, 1971). Cite this chapter as: Poole A. (1975) Introduction: Gissing and the Victorian Novel. In: Gissing in Context.

Mudies withdrawn books were offered for sale at £5 for a hundred volumes in 1860. The cost of novels in the Victorian era was such that most middle-class English people could not afford to purchase novels privately, so lending libraries like "Mudie's" had a strong influence over publishers and authors.

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Mudie's circulating library and the Victorian novel ebook
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Guinevere L Griest
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