An uncomfortable authority : Maria Edgeworth and her contexts / edited by Heidi Kaufman and Chris Fauske
- Newark : University of Delaware Press, 
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- Physical Description:
- 290 pages : portrait ; 24 cm
- Additional Creators:
- Kaufman, Heidi, 1969-
Fauske, Christopher J., 1963-
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- Introduction / Chris Fauske, Heidi Kaufman -- Edgeworth, the united Irishmen, and "more intelligent treason" / Marilyn Butler -- History and utopia in Ormond / Peter Cosgrove -- The keener's cry in castle Rackrent : the death of Irish culture? / Frances R. Botkin -- "Le vrai n'est pas toujours vraisemblable" : the evaluation of realism in Edgeworth's Irish tales / Jacqueline Belanger -- "Distorted nature in a fever" : Irish bulls, Irish novels, the 1798 rebellion, and their gothic contexts / Darryl Jones -- National character and foreclosed Irishness : a reconsideration of Ennui / Kathleen Costello-Sullivan -- "The fashion not to be an absentee" : fashion and moral authority in Edgeworth's tales / Heide Thomson -- "Games of chance" : Belinda, education, and empire / Jessica Richard -- Control experiment : Edgeworth's critique of Rousseau's educational theory / Catherine Toal -- Harrington and anti-Semitism : Mendelssohn's invisible agency / Susan Manly -- A whillaluh for Ireland : Castle Rackrent and Edgeworth's influence on Sir Walter Scott / Kit Kincade.
- 0874138787 (alk. paper)
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references (pages 270-282) and index.
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