The Historical Austen

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University of Pennsylvania Press, 2003 - Literary Criticism - 286 pages
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Page 275 - Miss Crawford was very unlike her. She had none of Fanny's delicacy of taste, of mind, of feeling; she saw nature, inanimate nature, with little observation; her attention was all for men and women, her talents for the light and lively

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Galperin, Historical Austen
Indeed, were it only for its chapter on Emma, The Historical Austen would excite anyone interested in Austen or the history of the English novel. ... bookrev/ br201p19.html

The Historical Austen | Galperin, William H.
Such viewpoints, however, do not take sufficient stock of the historical Austen, whose writings, as William Galperin shows, were more properly oppositional ... pennpress/ book/ 13840.html

The Historical Austen
His title is punningly intended, for "the historical Austen" refers both to the author he wishes to resurrect, whose true achievement has been mislaid, ... PM.qst?a=o& se=gglsc& d=5002110136

Érudit | RON n32-33 2003 : Walker
The Historical Austen. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2003. ... Through all these chapters, The Historical Austen weaves multiple arguments ... revue/ ron/ 2003/ v/ n32-33/ 009266ar.html

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Marilyn Gaull - Jane Austen: Afterlives - Eighteenth-Century Life 28:2
My real frustration, however, is with the editing of The Historical Austen : the style is dense, opaque, and prolix, and the syntax is tortured. ... journals/ eighteenth-century_life/ v028/ 28.2gaull.html

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The Historical Austen has been hailed as “consistently provocative” in one ... The Historical Austen reveals the writer’s texts as even richer than most ... alumni/ newsletter/ spring_summer_04/ galperin.html

Thus the “historical Austen” turns out to be “an historian,” the gaps in .... The Historical Austen is, in fact, an act of critical hyperbole. Galperin’s ... cgi/ reprint/ 67/ 4/ 544.pdf

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Contents. 1 Jane Austen Editing Collaborative. 1.1 The Cambridge Companion to Jane Austen; 1.2 Jane Austen in Context; 1.3 Janeites: Austen's Disciples and ... wiki/ User:Simmaren/ Sandbox/ Jane_Austen/ Collaboration_Work_Page

XI The Eighteenth Century
antithetical aspects’ of the historical Austen (p. 68), whose writings might be. described as resistant to contemporary norms. Reading her novels through ... cgi/ reprint/ 84/ 1/ 551.pdf

About the author (2003)

Abdullahi Ahmed An-Na'im is Charles Howard Candler Professor of Law at Emory University and the editor of Human Rights in Cross-Cultural Perspectives: A Quest for Consensus, also available from the University of Pennsylvania Press.

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