9 edition of The representation of business in English literature found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited and with an introduction by Arthur Pollard.|
|Contributions||Pollard, Arthur., Liberty Fund.|
|LC Classifications||PR149.B87 R46 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2008043755|
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The Representation of Business in English Literature is a scholarly critique of businesses role in fiction and how it has shaped the public's opinions on big business in America. Stating that many novelists seem to vilify big business, he offers interesting insight into this by: In The Representation of Business in English Literature, five scholars of different periods of English literature produce original essays on how business and businesspeople have been portrayed by novelists, starting in the eighteenth century and continuing to the end of the twentieth contributors to Representation help readers understand the partiality of the various writers and Manufacturer: Amagi.
In this Book. In The Representation of Business in English Literature, five scholars of different periods of English literature produce original essays on how business and businesspeople have been portrayed by novelists, starting in the eighteenth century and Cited by: In The Representation of Business in English Literature, five scholars of different periods of English literature produce original essays on how business and businesspeople have been portrayed by novelists, starting in the eighteenth century and continuing to the end of the twentieth century.
The representation of business in English literature edited and with an The representation of business in English literature book by Arthur Pollard. Includes bibliographical references and index. isbn (pbk.: alk. paper) 1.
English literature—History and criticism. Business in literature. Literature and society—Great Britain—History. Pollard, Arthur. The representation of business in English literature. [Arthur Pollard; Geoffrey Carnall;] -- "How has business been represented in English literature.
The question is important because novelists are prominent among the 'intellectuals' whom Hayek regarded as the gatekeepers of ideas. The contributors to Representation help readers understand the partiality of the various writers and, in so doing, explore the issue of what de (展开全部) Five scholars of different periods of English literature produce original essays on how business and businesspeople have been portrayed by novelists, starting in the eighteenth century and continuing to the end of the twentieth century.
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