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Sorry to come late to the dance. I commend a good book pertaining to this topic: "The True Story of the Novel" by Margaret Anne Doody. It seeks out the ancient origins and background of the official 18th Century "novel" in ancient Greece and Rome. It looks to Xenophon, Apuleius, the Satyricon of Petronius, etc. Many of these texts are available online at places like Gutenberg Project, etc. Best, Jim H.
Toggle Commented Nov 4, 2010 on On the Origins of the Novel at One-Way Street
I enjoyed your analysis. The comparison to Huck Finn is apt. It does feel incomplete, open-ended. Unresolved, like this country's identity. My own take, following a more Constitutional hermeneutic, differs, but doesn't disagree. Check it out here: http://wisdomofthewest.blogspot.com/2010/11/politics.html Best, Jim H.
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