Exploring new pathways into the study of Jane Austen's writing, novelist and academic Jenny Davidson looks at Austen's work through a writer's lens, addressing formal questions about narration, novel writing, and fictional composition as well as themes including social and women's history, morals and manners. Introducing new readers to the breadth and depth of Jane Austen's writing, and offering new insights to those more familiar with Austen's work, Jenny Davidson celebrates the art and skill of one of the most popular and influential writers in the history of English literature.
In explorations of the impassive, nonresponsive, and desensitized subjects of literary history, I argue for the unlikely importance of unfeeling—or the absence of interior states—in the emergence of what we now call psychological fiction.
Her teaching at NYU, and previously at Yale, covers survey courses on British literature from Chaucer to Zadie Smith, as well as specialized seminars on the long eighteenth century, Jane Austen, violence, and Enlightenment philosophy. Search form Search. A wide-ranging study of the development of the concept of literature and authorship in late Paul Cefalu explores the relationship between ethical character and religious conversion in sixteenth- and seventeenth-century English literature.
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