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Regulated Hatred and Other Essays on Jane Austen


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Regulated hatred - an aspect of the work of Jane Austen; family life in the 18th and early 19th centuries; social habit and family life in Jane Austen; Jane Austen and moral judgement; character and caricature in Jane Austen; "Mansfield Park"; "Northanger Abbey"; an introduction to "Persuasion"; civil falsehood in Emma; fraternal and conjugal love. Appendices: the supposed letter form of "Sense and Sensibility"; an introduction to the Austen-Leigh memoir; D.W. Harding - a biographical chronology.

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Dr Lawlor was Senior Lecturer in Psychology at Bedford College, University of London, and knew D.W. Harding for almost 50 years.


'A key document in the shaping of modern approaches to Jane Austen' The Critical Heritage

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