Early Modern Authorship and Prose Continuations: Adaptation and Ownership from Sidney to Richardson (Early Modern Literature in History)
The first in-depth account of fictional sequels in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, this examines cases of prose fiction works being continued by multiple writers, reading them for evidence of Early Modern attitudes towards authorship, originality, and literary property.
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