The Rescue and Romance
Popular Novels Before World War I
This study of the rescue motif in popular American novels before World War I focuses on the rescue convention as part of the romantic plot of the novels. The rescue as a structured convention that controls the movement of the romantic plot appears in all types of domestic novels, gothics, dime novels, historical romances, and westerns.
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LC: 82-061169 PS
152 pp. 6 x 9
Cloth $29.95 t
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