"Sense and Sensibility" and "Pride and Prejudice" (New Casebooks)
By: Robert Clark (editor)Hardback
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This volume offers a selection of important contemporary criticism on two of Jane Austen's most popular and widely-studied novels, Sense and Sensibility and Pride and Prejudice. The volume includes recent essays from Alastair Duckworth, Marilyn Butler, D.A. Miller, Isobel Armstrong and Karen Newman.
ROBERT CLARK is a Senior Lecturer in English Literature at the University of East Anglia, Norwich, and founding Secretary of the European Society for the Study of English.
Acknowledgements - General Editors' Preface - Introduction: Closing (with) Jane Austen; R.Clark - SENSE AND SENSIBILITY - Improving on Sensibility; A.Duckworth - Sensibility and Jacobinism; M.Butler - Sense and Silences; A.Leighton - Closure and Narrative Danger; D.A.Miller - Ideological Contradictions and the Consolations of Form (1); M.Poovey - PRIDE AND PREJUDICE - Ideological Contradictions and the Consolations of Form (2); M.Poovey - Women, Power and Subversion; J.L.Newton - Necessary Conjunctions; J.P.Brown - Politics, Pride, Prejudice and the Picturesque; I.Armstrong - Irony and Authority; R.M.Brownstein - Can this Marriage be saved: Jane Austen makes Sense of an ending; K.Newman - Further Reading - Notes on Contributors - Index
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