General consent in Jane Austen [electronic resource] : a study of dialogism / Barbara K. Seeber
- Seeber, Barbara Karolina, 1968-
- Montreal ; Ithica [NY] : McGill-Queen's University Press, c2000.
- Physical Description:
- x, 160 p. ; 24 cm.
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- "I see every thing - as you can desire me to do" : the scolding and schooling of Marianne Dashwood in Sense and sensibility -- " Exactly the something which her home required" : the "unmerited punishment of Harriet Smith in Emma -- "A corrupted, vitiated mind" : the decline of Mary Crawford in Mansfield Park -- "You are never sure of a good impression being durable" : the fall of Louisa Musgrove in Persuasion -- "An itch for acting" : Playing with Polyphony in Mansfied Park -- "Surely this comparison must have its use" : the "very strong resemblance" in Sense and sensibility -- "My expressions startle you" : an "injured, angry woman" in Persuasion -- "We must forget it" : the "unhappy truth" in Pride and prejudice -- "No tread of violence was ever heard" : Silent suffering in Mansfield Park -- "Unnatural and overdrawn" : "Alarming violence" in Northanger Abbey -- "This ill-used girl, this heroine of distress" : the "diabolical scheme" in Lady Susan.
- 077352066X (acid-free paper)
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references (p. -153) and index.
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