Drawing on broad archival study in either Britain and the U.S., Serializing Fiction within the Victorian Press represents the 1st finished learn of the book of instalment fiction in Victorian newspapers. frequently neglected, this phenomenon is proven to have exerted an important impact at the improvement of the fiction industry within the final many years of the 19th century. an in depth description of the perform of syndication is by means of a wide-ranging dialogue of its implications for readership, authorship, and fictional shape.
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