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Jane Austen and narrative authority

Tara Ghoshal Wallace

Jane Austen and narrative authority

by Tara Ghoshal Wallace

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Published by Macmillan in Basingstoke .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Austen, Jane, -- 1775-1817.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementTara Ghoshal Wallace.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination155p. ;
    Number of Pages155
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17406461M
    ISBN 100333607279

      The book is at once an impressive analysis of Austen’s fiction and a first-rate biography of Austen herself. At its heart, however, this . Austen develops the plot to hint at a more considered view on marriage. Certain formal aspects of the work further inform us on Austen’s opinion of matrimony. In Pride and Prejudice, Jane Austen uses satire, characterization, and narrative voice to explore the vocational nature of marriage for women in her society.

    "A book that will revolutionize Jane Austen studies."—Adela Pinch, University of Michigan "In this engrossing revisionary experiment, what gets contextualized with immense and unprecedented subtlety is no less than the evolving and period-bound operation of narrative technique itself."—Garrett Stewart, University of Iowa"Consistently.   This would still allow the story to be told from a third person point-of-view while simultaneously allowing the viewer free range of Emma’s thoughts. Resources: Jane Austen’s Emma in electronic form Gunn, Daniel. "Free Indirect Discourse and Narrative Authority in Emma. " Free Indirect Discourse and Narrative Authority in Emma. 1 (

    Editorial Reviews. 03/23/ In Jenner’s delightful debut, a group of people are united by the goal of preserving an iconic literary figure. In post-WWII Chawton, England, farmer Adam Berwick embarks on a quest to honor the legacy of Jane Austen, seeking the help of his doctor, Benjamin Gray, to establish a museum in the cottage where Austen lived. narrative perspective which has largely made Jane Austen's. 2. story-telling a great art. A number or authors bave incidentally concerned them­ selves with Miss Austen's narrative perspective; however, little seems to bave been written on the progression or the type or narrative perspective employed throughout Miss Austen's oareer.


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In Jane Austen and Narrative Authority, Tara Ghoshal Wallace argues that far from embodying ideological and technical serenity, Austen's novels articulate a range of anxieties about authorship and authority. The novels experiment in different ways with possible sources and the ultimate failures of authority, always returning to the compromised Cited by: In Jane Austen and Narrative Authority, Tara Ghoshal Wallace argues that far from embodying ideological and technical serenity, Austen's novels articulate a range of anxieties about authorship and aut Jane Austen and Narrative Authority | SpringerLink Skip to main content Skip to table of contents.

In Jane Austen and Narrative Authority, Tara Ghoshal Wallace argues that far from embodying ideological and technical serenity, Austen's novels articulate a range of anxieties about authorship and authority.

Arguing that, far from embodying ideological and technical serenity, Austen's novels articulate a range of anxieties about authorship and authority, this book points to how the novels experiment in different ways with possible sources and the ultimate failures of authority, always returning to the compromised figure of the narrator.

Summary: In Jane Austen and Narrative Authority Tara Ghoshal Wallace argues that Austen self-consciously examines the sources and limitations of narrative authority.

Far from embodying ideological and technical complacency, Austen's novels articulate a range of anxieties about authorship and authority. Jane Austen and narrative authority book Jane Austen and narrative authority / Tara Ghoshal Wallace. Includes index.

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