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Allen, Emily. Theater Figures: The Production of the Nineteenth-Century British Novel. Columbus: Ohio State University Press, 2003.
Literature, Science & the Arts
Keywords: Charles Dickens | class studies| gender studies | Fanny Burney | Frances Burney | George Moore | Gustave Flaubert | Jane Austen | Mary Elizabeth Braddon | Sigmund Freud | theater | theory | Walter Scott
DesAutels, Peggy, and Margaret Urban Walker, eds. Moral Psychology: Feminist Ethics and Social Theory. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, 2004.
Psychological & Cognitive Sciences
Keywords: cognition | emotion | ethics | feminism | gender studies | Jane Austen | judgement | literature—18th C | morality | perception | Psychological & Cognitive Sciences | social sciences
Greenfield, Susan C. Mothering Daughters: Novels and the Politics of Family Romance, Frances Burney to Jane Austen. Detroit, MI: Wayne State University Press, 2002.
Social Sciences
Keywords: Frances Burney | gender studies | Jane Austen | literature--18th C | maternity | Psychological & Cognitive Studies | social sciences
Gunn, Daniel P. Free Indirect Discourse and Narrative Authority in Emma. Narrative 12 (Jan. 2004): 35-54.
Rhetoric of Science
Keywords: | figural speech | Jane Austen | literature—19th C | narrative | rhetoric of science | theory
Karounos, Michael. Ordination and Revolution in Mansfield Park. SEL Studies in English Literature 1500-1900 44 (Autumn 2004): 715-736.
Rhetoric of Science
Keywords: Jane Austen | Kenneth Burke | literature—19th C | mode | revolution | rhetoric of science
Nazar, Hina. The Social Idea: Thinking and Attachment in the Novel. Ph.D. Dissertation: Johns Hopkins University, 2004.
Psychological & Cognitive Sciences
Keywords: | Charlotte Brontë | culture studies | E. M. Forster | ethics | George Eliot | identity | Jane Austen | literature—19th C | modernity | Psychological & Cognitive Sciences | rationality | realism | social sciences
Nelson, James Lindemann. “The Social Situation of Sincerity: Austen's Emma and Lovibond's Ethical Formation.” Moral Psychology: Feminist Ethics and Social Theory. Eds. Peggy DesAutels, and Margaret Urban Walker. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, 2004. 83-98.
Social Sciences
Keywords: ethics | gender studies | Jane Austen | literature—19th C | social sciences
Opdahl, Keith M. Emotion as Meaning: The Literary Case for How We Imagine. Lewisburg, PA; Cranbury, NJ: Bucknell University Press; University Presses, 2002.
Psychological & Cognitive Sciences
Keywords: dystopia | emotions | Henry James | imagination | Jane Austen | John Updike | literature: 19th-20th C | Mark Twain | popular sciences | psychological and cognitive sciences | science fiction | Toni Morrison
Rohrbach, Emily. Austen's Later Subjects. SEL Studies in English Literature 1500-1900 44 (Autumn 2004): 737-752.
Psychological & Cognitive Sciences
Keywords: identity | Jane Austen | literature—19th C | narrative | psychoanalysis | Psychological & Cognitive Sciences | representation | subjectivity | temporality | theory

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