"That remarkable and eminently disagreeable fiction": Caroline Clive's Paul Ferroll

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Gavin, A. 2010. "That remarkable and eminently disagreeable fiction": Caroline Clive's Paul Ferroll.
AuthorsGavin, A.
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Year2010
ConferenceVictorian Popular Culture: Prose, Stage and Screen. 2nd Annual Conference of the Victorian Popular Fiction Association
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