the purple heart Throbs; the sub-literature of Love

By: Anderson, Rachel

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London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1974. 600 g; 286 pages, indexed. There are eight pages of black-and-white photographs within the text. Foxing to the edges of the text block, offset tanning and the start of foxing to the end pages. The illustrated dust jacket is rubbed at both the head and tail of the spine section and that the fold over corners. "In the terms of this book romance means the branch of fiction consisting of lightweight, but full-length, novels of no great literary qualities, which appealed to a wide popular audience which, though not so highbrow as the mediaeval scholar, is not so lowbrow as the reader of weekly pictorial love stories. This book will attempt to follow the development of this branch of light reading matter from its beginnings in the 1850s, and to trace how the sentimental early Victorian romance has changed through 120 years to become a modern romantic novel of today, seeing how the hero, heroine, and subject matter have altered over the years, and how the motives and attitudes of the novels themselves have changed. -- from the introduction Page 14. Digital image available upon request.. First Edition. Green Papered Boards. Reasonable/Good. Illus. by Photographic. Octavo - up to 9 ¾" Tall. literary criticism -- History.

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