The essays in this collection offer an introduction to Sterne's satiric work "Tristram Shandy". It contains essays on Sterne by D.W. Jefferson and Wayne Booth, Sigurd Burckhardt's play on Sterne and gravity, Frank Brady's analysis of sexuality and sentimentality, and four essays of the 1980s.
The eight essays in this collection offer an introduction to Sterne's satiric work "Tristram Shandy". It contains the classic essays on Sterne by D.W. Jefferson and Wayne Booth, Sigurd Burckhardt's play on Sterne and gravity, Frank Brady's analysis of sexuality and sentimentality, and four essays of the 1980s by Elizabeth Harries, Everett Zimmerman, Donald R. Wehrs and Helen Ostovich. This collection is aimed at students of English. Other books by Professor New include "Laurence Sterne as Satirist: A Reading of Tristram Shandy" and "Works of Laurence Sterne".
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"Tristram Shandy" and the tradition of learned with, D.W. Jefferson; the self-conscious narrator in comic fiction before "Tristram Shandy", Wayne C. Booth; "Tristram Shandy's" law of gravity, Sigurd Burckhardt; "Tristram Shandy" - sexuality, morality and sensibility, Frank Brady; Sterne's novels - gathering up the fragments, Elizabeth W. Harries; "Tristram Shandy" and narrative representation, Everett Zimmerman; Stern, Cervantes, Montaigne - fideistic skepticism and the rhetoric of desire, Donald R. Wehrs; reader as hobby-horse in "Tristram Shandy", Helen Ostovich.
"Tristram Shandy" by Edited by Melvyn New
Edited by Melvyn New
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