Sep 29, 2022
Those Elegant Decorums; The Concept of Propriety in Jane Austen's Novels
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  • Title: Those Elegant Decorums; The Concept of Propriety in Jane Austen's Novels
  • Author: Jane Nardin
  • ISBN: 9780873952361
  • Page: 306
  • Format: Hardcover
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Margie

One of these days I m going to disagree with one of Elizabeth s reviews and write something scathing about her.This is not one of those days, nor one of those books I am absolutely in love with this book It makes me want to re read all of Austen, and then re read Nardin s book again Usually lit crit makes me think and consider and perhaps ponder But to make me want to jump up and re read all of Austen before I do anything else such as cooking dinner is unheard of This book did it, though.Nardin [...]


Kirk

As Margie wrote, please see Elizabeth s review So complete that I hesitate to even write anything Lol, I will say that I deeply appreciate that Prof Nardin gives Marianne Dashwood a fair hearing Even says that Marianne was right on some things that Elinor was not while I do love Elinor, the love is not the same As a card carrying member of Team Marianne, that alone was worth reading the book I feel lol that most critics can t wait to slam Marianne as being too this or that And for those of us wh [...]


Eve

This is one book about Austen s novels that has given me a greater understanding of her thinking and the ideas she was exploring I have a much better appreciation of the role of conventions and manners, both within society of the time and in her stories, as adhered to or transgressed by her characters.



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