THE WORKS OF GEORGE MEREDITH VOLUME 12

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The Works Of George Meredith Volume 16

Author : George Meredith
ISBN : 135809487X
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Comic Faith

Author : Robert M. Polhemus
ISBN : 9780226673219
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Polhemus argues that the great tradition in British fiction is the comic tradition, comparing the comic impulse to the religious impulse and discussing the problems involved in critical abstraction
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Thinking Without Thinking In The Victorian Novel

Author : Vanessa L. Ryan
ISBN : 9781421405919
Genre : Literary Criticism
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In Thinking without Thinking in the Victorian Novel, Vanessa L. Ryan demonstrates how both the form and the experience of reading novels played an important role in ongoing debates about the nature of consciousness during the Victorian era. Revolutionary developments in science during the mid- and late nineteenth century—including the discoveries and writings of Herbert Spencer, William Carpenter, and George Henry Lewes—had a vital impact on fiction writers of the time. Wilkie Collins, George Eliot, George Meredith, and Henry James read contributions in what we now call cognitive science that asked, "what is the mind?" These Victorian fiction writers took a crucial step, asking how we experience our minds, how that experience relates to our behavior and questions of responsibility, how we can gain control over our mental reflexes, and finally how fiction plays a special role in understanding and training our minds. Victorian fiction writers focus not only on the question of how the mind works but also on how it seems to work and how we ought to make it work. Ryan shows how the novelistic emphasis on dynamic processes and functions—on the activity of the mind, rather than its structure or essence—can also be seen in some of the most exciting and comprehensive scientific revisions of the understanding of "thinking" in the Victorian period. This book studies the way in which the mind in the nineteenth-century view is embedded not just in the body but also in behavior, in social structures, and finally in fiction.
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The Works

Author : George Meredith
ISBN : OXFORD:503983131
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Thomas Carlyle And The Idea Of Influence

Author : Paul E. Kerry
ISBN : 9781683930662
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Thomas Carlyle and the Idea of Influence positions Carlyle as an ideal representative figure through which to study that complex interplay between past and present most commonly referred to as influence.
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Diana Of The Crossways

Author : George Meredith
ISBN : 0814328946
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Nikki Lee Manos' introduction draws upon a wide range of historical and critical texts, from John Stuart Mill's feminist tract of 1869 to Mary Poovey's contemporary theories about gender in Victorian fiction.".
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