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The Resource A truth universally acknowledged : 33 great writers on why we read Jane Austen, edited by Susannah Carson ; foreword by Harold Bloom

A truth universally acknowledged : 33 great writers on why we read Jane Austen, edited by Susannah Carson ; foreword by Harold Bloom

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A truth universally acknowledged : 33 great writers on why we read Jane Austen
Title
A truth universally acknowledged
Title remainder
33 great writers on why we read Jane Austen
Statement of responsibility
edited by Susannah Carson ; foreword by Harold Bloom
Title variation
Truth universally acknowledged
Title variation remainder
thirty three great writers on why we read Jane Austen
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Subject
Language
eng
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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Carson, Susannah
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  • Austen, Jane
  • Austen, Jane
Label
A truth universally acknowledged : 33 great writers on why we read Jane Austen, edited by Susannah Carson ; foreword by Harold Bloom
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Publication
Note
This book was purchased with funds raised during the 2009/2010 Community Partners Campaign. Thank you, Ms. Eila Karkkainen. 39341010671470
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographic references
Contents
Why we read Jane Austen : young persons in interesting situations / Susanna Clarke -- The radiance of Jane Austen / Eudora Welty -- Six reasons to read Jane Austen / Rebecca Mead -- Jane Austen : the six novels / E. M. Forster -- A life among the manuscripts : following in the steps of Dr. Chapman / Brian Southam -- Reading Northanger Abbey / Susannah Carson -- On Sense and Sensibility / Ian Watt -- From "Why we read Jane Austen" / Lionel Trilling -- Jane Austen and Pride and Prejudice / W. Somerset Maugham -- Force of love : Price and Prejudice by Jane Austen / Martin Amis -- The nerds of Pride and Prejudice / Benjamin Nugent -- Austen portrays a small world with humor and detachment / J. B. Priestley -- Pride and Prejudice and the mysteries of life / Anna Quindlen -- A note on Jane Austen / C. S. Lewis -- Jane Austen and the good life / Louis Auchincloss -- What became of Jane Austen? / Kingsley Amis -- from "Jane Austen : Mansfield Park" / A. S. Byatt, Ignes Sodre -- The modest art of altering life / Alain De Botton -- Let others deal with misery / Fay Weldon -- Fanny was right : Jane Austen as moral guide / James Collins -- Why I like Jane Austen / Janet Todd -- Why do we read Jane Austen? / John Wiltshire -- The girls who don't say "whoo!" / Amy Heckerling -- Reading and rereading Emma / David Lodge -- from "Emma and the legend of Jane Austen" / Lionel Trilling -- The perfections of Jane Austen / Eva Brann -- from "The myth of limitation" / Donald Greene -- Terrible Jane / Amy Bloom -- Some thoughts on the craft of Austen's Persuasion / Diane Johnson -- Nothing but himself / Margot Livesey -- Jane Austen at sixty / Virginia Woolf -- Beautiful minds / Jay MacInerney
Control code
2009012904
Edition
1st ed.
Extent
xx, 295 p.
Isbn
9781400068050
Lccn
2009012904
Label
A truth universally acknowledged : 33 great writers on why we read Jane Austen, edited by Susannah Carson ; foreword by Harold Bloom
Publication
Note
This book was purchased with funds raised during the 2009/2010 Community Partners Campaign. Thank you, Ms. Eila Karkkainen. 39341010671470
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographic references
Contents
Why we read Jane Austen : young persons in interesting situations / Susanna Clarke -- The radiance of Jane Austen / Eudora Welty -- Six reasons to read Jane Austen / Rebecca Mead -- Jane Austen : the six novels / E. M. Forster -- A life among the manuscripts : following in the steps of Dr. Chapman / Brian Southam -- Reading Northanger Abbey / Susannah Carson -- On Sense and Sensibility / Ian Watt -- From "Why we read Jane Austen" / Lionel Trilling -- Jane Austen and Pride and Prejudice / W. Somerset Maugham -- Force of love : Price and Prejudice by Jane Austen / Martin Amis -- The nerds of Pride and Prejudice / Benjamin Nugent -- Austen portrays a small world with humor and detachment / J. B. Priestley -- Pride and Prejudice and the mysteries of life / Anna Quindlen -- A note on Jane Austen / C. S. Lewis -- Jane Austen and the good life / Louis Auchincloss -- What became of Jane Austen? / Kingsley Amis -- from "Jane Austen : Mansfield Park" / A. S. Byatt, Ignes Sodre -- The modest art of altering life / Alain De Botton -- Let others deal with misery / Fay Weldon -- Fanny was right : Jane Austen as moral guide / James Collins -- Why I like Jane Austen / Janet Todd -- Why do we read Jane Austen? / John Wiltshire -- The girls who don't say "whoo!" / Amy Heckerling -- Reading and rereading Emma / David Lodge -- from "Emma and the legend of Jane Austen" / Lionel Trilling -- The perfections of Jane Austen / Eva Brann -- from "The myth of limitation" / Donald Greene -- Terrible Jane / Amy Bloom -- Some thoughts on the craft of Austen's Persuasion / Diane Johnson -- Nothing but himself / Margot Livesey -- Jane Austen at sixty / Virginia Woolf -- Beautiful minds / Jay MacInerney
Control code
2009012904
Edition
1st ed.
Extent
xx, 295 p.
Isbn
9781400068050
Lccn
2009012904

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