School and university in literature

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Educational settings as place and/or subject in fiction forms the theme of this exhaustive catalogue of titles and authors. Organized alphabetically by the author's last name, the information is further divided by general school environments and those where the university, specifically, is the primary focal point. The list spans centuries and geograpahical boundaries, featuring Charlotte Bronte, Agatha Christie and Honore de Balzac as well as contemporary writers Curtis Sittenfeld, Joyce Carol Oats, and Donna Tartt. For those interested in learning more about the school/university in literature, references are included that provide a more academic study of the subgenre.

School in literature[edit]

University in literature[edit]

Further reading[edit]

  • Elaine Showalter: Faculty Towers: The Academic Novel and Its Discontents (Pennsylvania: University of Pennsylvania, 2005) (a study of the Anglo-American academic novel from the 1950s to the present).

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