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by Richard S. Albright
Author: Richard S. Albright
Publisher: Lehigh University Press (June 1, 2009)
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Albright uses Burke s sure principle of transmission as the idealized, coherent view of time as narrative and argues that many popular novels of this period encode discourses on temporality in which time s aporias are imaginatively reconciled through a variety of narrative strategies.
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Albright, Richard . 1951-. No time like the present : The mysteries of Udolpho The clock is ticking : Melmoth the wanderer Transcending time : Mary Shelley and the power of narrative Aporia in the house : three sensation novels. Rubrics: Gothic fiction (Literary genre), English History and criticism Time in literature Narration (Rhetoric) History Sensationalism in literature.
Writing the past, writing the future : time and narrative in gothic and sensation fiction. The cataclysm of the French Revolution, discoveries in geology, biology, and astronomy that greatl. More). The effect of coronamide in inhibiting penicillin excretion. Robert F. Parker, Richard S. Albright.
No Time Like the Present: The Mysteries of Udolpho. The Clock is Ticking: Melmoth the Wanderer. Transcending Time: Mary Shelley and the Power of Narrative. Aporia in the House: Three Sensation Novels.
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