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Walter Allen. The English Novel: A Short Critical History. New York: E. P. Dutton. 1954. 454pp.

Robert Appelbaum. Literature and Utopian Politics in Seventeenth-Century England. Cambridge University Press. 2002. 256pp.

John Barrell. English Literature in History: An Equal, Wide Survey. Hutchinson. 1983. 240pp.

Douglas Bush. English Literature in the Earlier Seventeenth Century, 1600-1660. Clarendon Press. 1946. 621pp.

Edmund Kerchever Chambers. English Literature at the Close of the Middle Ages. Oxford: Clarendon Press. 1945. 247pp.

Jane Chance. Woman as Hero in Old English Literature. Syracuse University Press. 1986. 156pp.

Arthur Clayborough. The Grotesque in English Literature. Clarendon Press. 1965. 266pp.

Alison Conway. Private Interests: Women, Portraiture, and the Visual Culture of the English Novel, 1709-1791. University of Toronto Press. 2001. 293pp.

Robert Crawford (editor). The Scottish Invention of English Literature. Cambridge University Press. 1998. 259pp.

Bonamy Dobrée. English Literature in the Early Eighteenth Century, 1700-1740. Oxford University Press. 1959. 701pp.

Margaret Drabble. The Oxford Companion to English Literature. Oxford University Press. 1995. 1184pp.

B. Ifor Evans. English Literature Between the Wars. Methuen. 1949. 133pp.

David C. Fowler. The Bible in Early English Literature. University of Washington Press. 1984. 326pp.

Christopher Gillie. Movements in English Literature, 1900-1940. Cambridge University Press. 1975. 207pp.

George Goodin. The English Novel in the Nineteenth Century: Essays on the Literary Mediation of Human Values. University of Illinois Press. 1972. 234pp.

Paul Harvey (editor). The Oxford Companion to English Literature. Clarendon Press. 1938. 911pp.

Lee Horsley. Fictions of Power in English Literature, 1900-1950. Longman. 1995. 300pp.

Gabriel Josipovici (editor). The Modern English Novel: The Reader, the Writer, and the Work. Barnes & Noble. 1976. 281pp.

Sean Keilen. Vulgar Eloquence: On the Renaissance Invention of English Literature. Yale University Press. 2006. 224pp.

Peter Malekin. Liberty and Love: English Literature and Society, 1640-88. Hutchinson. 1981. 219pp.

Alan Dugald McKillop. English Literature from Dryden to Burns. Appleton-Century-Crofts. 1948. 445pp.

David Norbrook. Writing the English Republic: Poetry, Rhetoric and Politics, 1627-1660. Cambridge University Press. 1998. 509pp.

Michelle O'Callaghan. The English Wits: Literature and Sociability in Early Modern England. Cambridge University Press. 2007. 234pp.

Norman Page. Speech in the English Novel. Longman. 1973. 172pp.

Clive T. Probyn. English Fiction of the Eighteenth Century, 1700-1789. Longman. 1987. 244pp.

Felix E. Schelling. English Literature During the Lifetime of Shakespeare.. New York: Henry Holt and Company. 1928. 492pp.

Daniel R. Schwarz. The Humanistic Heritage: Critical Theories of the English Novel from James to Hillis Miller. University of Pennsylvania Press. 1986. 282pp.

Geoffrey Sill. The Cure of the Passions and the Origins of the English Novel. Cambridge University Press. 2006. 272pp.

Kenneth Sisam. Studies in the History of Old English Literature. Clarendon Press. 1953. 314pp.

David Skilton. The English Novel: Defoe to the Victorians. David & Charles. 1977. 200pp.

Dorothy Van Ghent. The English Novel: Form and Function. Harper & Row. 1964. 473pp.

Hugh Walker. English Satire and Satirists. J. M. Dent & Sons. 1925. 326pp.

Raymond Williams. The English Novel from Dickens to Lawrence. Chatto & Windus. 1970. 196pp.

R. M. Wilson. The Lost Literature of Medieval England. Methuen. 1952. 272pp.

R. M. Wilson. Early Middle English Literature. London: Methuen. 1968. 309pp.

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