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  1. 30/08/2011 · Originally published in 1878, this semi-autobiographical sketch by the eminent Victorian critic pioneered a new genre of writing: eschewing dialogue and traditional plotline, it is an impressionistic psychological portrait of a young man named Florian Deleal. It evokes the sights and sounds of...

  2. The Child in the House book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Originally published in 1878, this semi-autobiographical sketch by ...

  3. Lee "The Child in the House (Barnes & Noble Digital Library)" por Walter Pater disponible en Rakuten Kobo. Originally published in 1878, this semi-autobiographical sketch by the eminent Victorian critic pioneered a new genre of...

  4. 01/08/2011 · Originally published in 1878, this semi-autobiographical sketch by the eminent Victorian critic pioneered a new genre of writing: eschewing dialogue and traditional plotline, it is an impressionistic psychological portrait of a young man named Florian Deleal. It evokes the sights and sounds of the author's philistine childhood home. ...more

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  5. The Child in the House (Barnes & Noble Digital Library) is written by Walter Pater and published by Barnes & Noble. The Digital and eTextbook ISBNs for The Child in the House (Barnes & Noble Digital Library) are 9781411459403, 1411459407 and the print ISBNs are 9781411459403, 1411459407. Save up to 80% versus print by going digital with VitalSource.

  6. An edition of Child in the House (2011) Child in the House by Walter Pater 0 Ratings 0 Want to read 0 Currently reading 0 Have read Overview View 6 Editions Details Reviews Lists Related Books Publish Date 2011 Publisher Barnes & Noble, Incorporated Language English This edition doesn't have a description yet. Can you add one ?

  7. 30/08/2011 · Originally published in 1878, this semi-autobiographical sketch by the eminent Victorian critic pioneered a new genre of writing: eschewing dialogue and traditional plotline, it is an impressionistic psychological portrait of a young man named Florian Deleal. It evokes the sights and sounds of the author's philistine childhood home. ...read more