Hubert Crackanthorpe, Wreckage

by Hubert Crackanthorpe | 31 August 2021
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A scholarly edition of a neglected and provocative masterpiece of the fin-de-siècle avant-garde Offers a comprehensive analysis and interpretation of Crackanthorpe's first volume of short stories Contextualizes the volume in terms of Crackanthorpe's other work, in terms of contemporary writers and fin-de-siècle culture and society in Britain and Europe Includes two non-fiction pieces by Crackanthorpe, which he published in Albemarle and The Yellow Book in 1892 and 1894 Contains an uncollected short story "The Haseltons," which Crackanthorpe published in The Yellow Book in 1894 Hubert Crackanthorpe was a skilful and technically innovative English realist/naturalist writer. This edition of his powerful first collection of short stories features a carefully contextualised introduction to the author and his work. Providing a detailed analysis of his short stories, David Malcolm situates the author within the fin-de-siècle culture and society in Britain and Europe. Appendices contain additional works that reflect Crackanthorpe's perspective on fiction and contemporary literary trends.
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A scholarly edition of a neglected and provocative masterpiece of the fin-de-siècle avant-garde Offers a comprehensive analysis and interpretation of Crackanthorpe's first volume of short stories Contextualizes the volume in terms of Crackanthorpe's other work, in terms of contemporary writers and fin-de-siècle culture and society in Britain and Europe Includes two non-fiction pieces by Crackanthorpe, which he published in Albemarle and The Yellow Book in 1892 and 1894 Contains an uncollected short story "The Haseltons," which Crackanthorpe published in The Yellow Book in 1894 Hubert Crackanthorpe was a skilful and technically innovative English realist/naturalist writer. This edition of his powerful first collection of short stories features a carefully contextualised introduction to the author and his work. Providing a detailed analysis of his short stories, David Malcolm situates the author within the fin-de-siècle culture and society in Britain and Europe. Appendices contain additional works that reflect Crackanthorpe's perspective on fiction and contemporary literary trends.
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