Samuel Richardson emerges in Fysh's analysis as a man on the cusp of change - in the organization of the printing industry and of labor generally, and in the nature of the literary text - and his work as a printer as well as his literary works (the two being fundamentally inseparable) come to be seen as instrumental in and representative of these changes.Property, . Grandisona#39;s. Property. One of the most interesting episodes in Richardsona#39;s career resulted from the ... The Dublin aquot;piracyaquot; of Richardsona#39;s last novel illustrates how Richardsona#39;s various interests as printer and as author could come together and support each other. ... of literary and theoretical property ; of thoughts on gardens, estate management, and houses; and of women as property.
|Title||:||The Work(s) of Samuel Richardson|
|Publisher||:||University of Delaware Press - 1997-01-01|