The Novel and the Imperial Self

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Preoccupation with the state of the novel was until about 10 years ago one of the major bores of American criticism. From the early 1950's well into the 60's, it was scarcely possible to get through a month without reading as a rule in the Sunday book review supplements or the editorial page of Life . . .

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