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In an essay which inaugurated twentieth-century criticism A. C. " 18 18 Quarterly Review 24 ( 1821>-2 I), 352-76; reprinted in Southam's Critical Heritage. , at the en!! of Letter 141, and, as a student of her language, K. C. " 17 "Jane Austen," Essays and Studies by Members of the English Association 2 (Clarendon Press, 1911), 9; p. 35 in Bradley's A Miscellany (London: Macmillan, 1929). 18 "Evil in the English Novel," The Listener 68 (1¢2), 1079-Bo. , C. S. Lewis, "A Note on Jane Austen," Essays in Criticism 4 ( 1954), 359-71; reprinted in Discussions of Jane Austen, ed.
S. Lewis, "A Note on Jane Austen," Essays in Criticism 4 ( 1954), 359-71; reprinted in Discussions of Jane Austen, ed. \Villiam Heath (Boston, 1961) and Jane Austen: A Collection of Critical Essays, ed. , 1963); and M. Bradbury, "Jane Austen's Enmza," Critical Quarterly 4 (1962), 335-46; reprinted in the author's Possibilities (London, 1973) and in Critics on Jane Austen, ed. Judith O'Neill (London and Coral Gables, 1970). This piece Mr. " 40 JANE AUSTEN He rightly links her with the tradition represented, in extreme form, by two of her favorite authors, Dr.
V, p. 89): She thoroughly enjoyed Crabbe; perhaps on account of a certain resemblance to herself in minute and highly finished detail; and would sometimes say, in jest, that, if she ever married at all, she could fancy being Mrs. Crabbe; looking on the author quite as an abstract idea, and ignorant and regardless what manner of man he might be. ; the sentimental tale, of a heroine who moves, with her harp, from castle to cottage, guided by an unintelligible peasant girl; and accounts of fashionable life and scandal in London.
A Book of Satyrs by Austin Osman Spare