Jane Austen And The Interplay Of Character
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📒Jane Austen And The Interplay Of Character ✍ Ivor Morris
✏Jane Austen and the Interplay of Character Book Summary : The unique force of Jane Austen's novels lies in the interplay of character. Nothing much happens, on the surface; but, as in life, minor shifts and changes evoke enormous consequences in the lives of individuals. In this stimulating book, Ivor Morris anatomises one of her best-loved characters: 'conceited, pompous, narrow-minded, silly' Mr Collins.
📒Jane Austen And The Interplay Of Character ✍ Ivor Morris
✏Jane Austen and the Interplay of Character Book Summary : Literary critic Ivor Morris analyzes the role of Austen' character Mr. Collins, whose narrow-minded pomposity reveals the shortcomings and injustices of the era's dominant social arrangements while amusing readers. First published in 1987 under the title Mr. Collins Considered: Approaches to Jane Austen.
📒Jane Austen ✍ Laurence W. Mazzeno
✏Jane Austen Book Summary : A comprehensive look at the academic criticism of Jane Austen from her time down to the present.
📒Jane Austen S Emma ✍ Harold Bloom
✏Jane Austen s Emma Book Summary : Presents critical essays that discuss the language, characters, plot, and major themes of the author's novel of manners about courtship in the English countryside.
📒The Annotated Northanger Abbey ✍ Jane Austen
✏The Annotated Northanger Abbey Book Summary : From the editor of the popular Annotated Pride and Prejudice comes an annotated edition of Jane Austen’s Northanger Abbey that makes her lighthearted satire of the gothic novel an even more satisfying read. Here is the complete text of the novel with more than 1,200 annotations on facing pages, including: -Explanations of historical context -Citations from Austen’s life, letters, and other writings -Definitions and clarifications -Literary comments and analysis -Maps of places in the novel -An introduction, bibliography, and detailed chronology of events -225 informative illustrations Filled with fascinating details about the characters’ clothing, furniture, and carriages, and illuminating background information on everything from the vogue for all things medieval to the opportunities for socializing in the popular resort town of Bath, David M. Shapard’s Annotated Northanger Abbey brings Austen’s world into richer focus.
📒Jane Austen ✍ Harold Bloom
✏Jane Austen Book Summary : Presents a collection of contemporary criticism and analysis of the works of the English author.
📒Jane Austen ✍ David Monaghan
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📒The Annotated Pride And Prejudice ✍ Jane Austen
✏The Annotated Pride and Prejudice Book Summary : This Revised and Expanded Edition contains hundreds of new notes and illustrations. The first-ever fully annotated edition of one of the most beloved novels in the world is a sheer delight for Jane Austen fans. Here is the complete text of Pride and Prejudice with thousands of annotations on facing pages, including: • Explanations of historical context Rules of etiquette, class differences, the position of women, legal and economic realities, leisure activities, and more. • Citations from Austen’s life, letters, and other writings Parallels between the novel and Austen’s experience are revealed, along with writings that illuminate her beliefs and opinions. • Definitions and clarifications Archaic words, words still in use whose meanings have changed, and obscure passages are explained. • Literary comments and analyses Insightful notes highlight Austen’s artistry and point out the subtle ways she develops her characters and themes. • Maps and illustrations of places and objects mentioned in the novel. • An introduction, a bibliography, and a detailed chronology of events Of course, one can enjoy the novel without knowing the precise definition of a gentleman, or what it signifies that a character drives a coach rather than a hack chaise, or the rules governing social interaction at a ball, but readers of The Annotated Pride and Prejudice will find that these kinds of details add immeasurably to understanding and enjoying the intricate psychological interplay of Austen’s immortal characters.
📒Educating Character Through Stories ✍ David Carr
✏Educating Character Through Stories Book Summary : What could be the point of teaching such works of bygone cultural and literary inheritance as Cervantes' Don Quixote and Shakespeare's The Merchant of Venice in schools today? This book argues that the narratives and stories of such works are of neglected significance and value for contemporary understanding of human moral association and character. However, in addition to offering detailed analysis of the moral educational potential of these and other texts, the present work reports on a pioneering project, recently pursued by the Jubilee Centre for Character and Virtues, concerned precisely with the use of these and other stories for moral and character education in schools. The success of the 'Knightly Virtues' project is an inspiring story in its own right and should therefore be of enormous interest to all schools, teachers and parents rightly concerned with this all-important aspect of their children's educational development.
📒The Language Of Jane Austen ✍ Joe Bray
✏The Language of Jane Austen Book Summary : Joe Bray’s careful analysis of Jane Austen’s stylistic techniques reveals that the genius of her writing is far from effortless; rather he makes the case for her as a meticulous craftswoman and a radical stylistic pioneer. Countering those who have detected in her novels a dominant, authoritative perspective, Bray begins by highlighting the complex, ever-shifting and ambiguous nature of the point of view through which her narratives are presented. This argument is then advanced through an exploration of the subtle representation of speech, thought and writing in Austen’s novels. Subsequent chapters investigate and challenge the common critical associations of Austen’s style with moral prescriptivism, ideas of balance and harmony, and literal as opposed to figurative expression. The book demonstrates that the wit and humour of her fiction is derived instead from a complex and subtle interplay between different styles. This compelling reassessment of Austen’s language will offer a valuable resource for students and scholars of stylistics, English literature and language and linguistics.