Satire, History, Novel: Narrative Forms, 1665-1815

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University of Delaware Press, 2003 - 356 pages
Narrative satire was one of the dominant literary forms of the 18th century, but it came to be displaced by novelistic and historical forms of narrative. Palmeri (English, U. of Miami) argues that these new forms defined themselves in opposition to satire, but also by appropriating elements of satir
 

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Contents

The Satiric Almanac in History 16651800
44
Satire and the Historical MemoirNovel 16901740
77
Satire Philosophical History and the Historical Novel 17001815
115
Satire Conjectural History and the Bildungsroman 17201795
153
Satire Novel and Forms of the Public Sphere 17401800
178
Satire and Utopia in Conjectural History 17501800
231
Conclusion
268
Notes
274
Bibliography
327
Index
347
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