2 edition of Revolution and the 20th-century novel. found in the catalog.
Revolution and the 20th-century novel.
Paul N. Siegel
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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War, reaction and revolution has marked the 20th century and is the starting point for this book. Siegal meticulously looks at these novels through the eyes of those interested in the fight for social change.
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