For example, in contrast to the focus of the early novels
on a female protagonist-Elinor and Marianne Dashwood, Elizabeth Bennet, and Catherine Morland--Mansfield Park is as much about a young man's coming of age as it is about the development of Fanny Price, the main female character in Mansfield Park.
Other critics have pointed out some non-syntactic alterations James made in his revisions of his early novels
for New York edition; for example, more explicit and precise lexis, more figures of speech, more varied and.
And yet, even so, to identify all of James with the moral severity of his early novels
is more than unfair; it denies his true insight.
This study situates George Eliot's early novels
within the 19th-century debates on the historicity of the Gospels and the significance of systematic theology.
This essay seeks to problematise and extend the notion of mental and social space in a consideration of Conrad's two early novels
, Almayer's Folly: A Story of an Eastern River (1895) and An Outcast of the Islands (1896).
In fall 1998, Vintage Canada re-released three of his long-out-of-print early novels
, known as The Toronto Trilogy, and a memoir, Growing Up Stupid Under the Union Jack.
The early novels
, including even those that have come to be considered classics (Far From the Madding Crowd and The Return of the Native) Burns treats rather severely, primarily because they do not measure up to his Panzaic Contextualist standards: be finds them too melodramatic, too dependent on the work of Charles Reade and other Sensation novelists.
One of his early novels
Equal Partners got him in trouble with his old colleagues at the Western Mail for characterising an editor who spat on the fire.
Characteristically, Orwell believed the autobiographical nature of many of his works -- from the early novels
that he would later disown to his 1937 book The Road to Wigan Pier and his essays 'Why I Write" and "Such, Such Were the Joys" -- would preclude any biographical treatment, except for what he himself referred to as the possibilities for "psychological interpretations.
He believes his early novels
were an effort to exercise the demons of Rio and even now, twenty years on, he finds it therapeutic.
He evokes George Smiley, whose unfaithful wife Ann haunted le Carre's early novels
The author, who gained a cultlike following in the '70s and '80s for his early novels
, including ``Still Life With Woodpecker'' and ``Even Cowgirls Get the Blues,'' continues to plumb the mysterious questions of reality, metaphysics, consciousness and sex in his seventh novel, ``Fierce Invalids Home From Hot Climates'' (Bantam; $27.
PRINCE Edward, a huge fan of Anne's early novels
set in Victorian times around the character of Inspector Pitt, befriended her and has now turned them into a major ITV drama.
Despite one of his early novels
being titled Other People, Amis has never seemed that interested in other people, and as his fame and sense of literary privilege have grown, he has become even less so.
For those who recall the powerful moments from Stone's magisterial early novels
, Death of the Black-Haired Girl is a shadow of those thrilling books.