Beyond The Routledge

"What might the field look like if it were to topple, or at least more thoroughly scrutinize, the reception of the realist novel as the primary literary form where social knowledge is produced and disseminated? In this excellent essay in the Minnesota Review by Patrick Fessenbecker and Bryan Yazell, the authors bring Sarah Comyn's Political Economy and The Novel: A Literary history of 'Homo Economicus' and Nancy Henry's (2016) Women, Literature, and Finance in Victorian and