書簡体小説:意識の表象<br>The Epistolary Novel : Representations of Consciousness (Routledge Studies in Eighteenth-century Literature)

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書簡体小説:意識の表象
The Epistolary Novel : Representations of Consciousness (Routledge Studies in Eighteenth-century Literature)

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基本説明

This study argues that the epistolary novel deserves to be seen as more than a digressive episode in the history of the novel. Is shown to have a far-reaching influence in nineteenth and twentieth-century narrative technique.

Full Description

The epistolary novel is a form which has been neglected in most accounts of the development of the novel. This book argues that the way that the eighteenth-century epistolary novel represented consciousness had a significant influence on the later novel.
Critics have drawn a distinction between the self at the time of writing and the self at the time at which events or emotions were experienced. This book demonstrates that the tensions within consciousness are the result of a continual interaction between the two selves of the letter-writer and charts the oscillation between these two selves in the epistolary novels of, amongst others, Aphra Behn, Eliza Haywood, Samuel Richardson, Fanny Burney and Charlotte Smith.

Contents

1. Introduction: Consciousness, The Novel and The Letter 2. Sex and Politics: The Epistolary Novel before 1740 3. Reserve and Memory: Richardson and the Experiencing Self 4. Sentiment and Sensibility: The Late Eighteenth-Century Letter 5. From First to Third: Austen and Epistolary Style 6. Postcript: The Case of Herzog