By Hubert McDermott
Contents: advent; 1 historic Narrative Modes: TheàR "Odyssey", The Greek Romances, The Latin Romances; 2 Medieval Romance: three Pre-Eighteenth-Century Romance, Elizabethan Romance, French Romance of the 16th and 17th Centuries, Heroic Romance in England, Passionate Romance, non secular Romance; four Richardson and Romance:àR "Pamela" as Romance, "Clarissa" as Romance, "Clarissa" as spiritual Romance; five Henry Fielding's comedian Romances: Richardson and Fielding: Romance and Anti-Romance?, Fielding's thought of Fiction,àR "Joseph Andrews" and "Tom Jones" as comedian Romances, "Joseph Andrews" and "Tom Jones" as traditional Romances, "Tom Jones" as Passionate Romance; Appendix I; Appendix II; Notes and References; pick out Bibliography; IndexàR
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