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New Grub Street - George Gissing

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Published: August 1968
For Ages: 18+ years old
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New Grub Street (1891), George Gissing's most highly regarded novel, is the story of men and women forced to make their living by writing. Their daily lives and broken dreams, made and marred by the rigors of urban life and the demands of the fledgling mass communications industry, arepresented with vivid realism and unsentimental sympathy. Its telling juxtaposition of the writing careers of the clever and malicious Jaspar Milvain and the honest and struggling Edward Reardon quickly made New Grub Street into a classic work of late Victorian fiction.

New Grub Streetp. i
Introductionp. vii
Select Bibliographyp. xxiii
A Chronology of George Gissingp. xxvi
a Man of His Dayp. 5
the House of Yulep. 15
the House of Yulep. 45
the House of Yulep. 56
the House of Yulep. 68
Marian's Homep. 80
to the Winning Sidep. 102
Invita Minerva*p. 120
the Friends of the Familyp. 133
Respitep. 149
Respitep. 155
Respitep. 166
Respitep. 189
Rejectionp. 206
the Partingp. 221
the Past Revivedp. 248
the Past Revivedp. 260
the Legateesp. 295
a Proposed Investmentp. 309
Married Woman's Property*p. 353
the Lonely Manp. 365
the Lonely Manp. 383
the Lonely Manp. 396
the Lonely Manp. 425
the Lonely Manp. 442
the Lonely Manp. 455
a Checkp. 468
Fever and Restp. 505
Appendix a Note on New Grub Street and Londonp. 516
Explanatory Notesp. 522
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ISBN: 9780140430325
ISBN-10: 0140430326
Series: Penguin Classics
Audience: General
For Ages: 18+ years old
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 560
Published: August 1968
Dimensions (cm): 19.8 x 12.9  x 3.1
Weight (kg): 0.41
Edition Number: 1