Critical essays on Laurence Sterne / edited by Melvyn New.

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Other Authors: New, Melvyn
Format: Book
Published: New York : London : G.K. Hall ; Prentice Hall International, 1998.
Series:Critical essays on British literature.
Table of Contents:
  • Part I: The intertextural Sterne
  • Sterne's system of imitation / Jonathan Lamb
  • Imitations of Tristram Shandy / Anne Bandry
  • "Weavers, gardeners, and gladiators": labyrinths in Tristram Shandy / Stephen Soud
  • Narratives of loss: Tristram Shandy and The poems of Ossian / Tom Keymer
  • Part II: The skeptical Sterne
  • Locke's Essay and the tentativeness of Tristram Shandy / Peter M Briggs
  • Tristram Shandy and narrative representation / Everett Zimmerman
  • Sterne and the narrative of determinateness / Melvyn New
  • Swift, Sterne, and the skeptical tradition / J T Parnell
  • Why what happens in Shandy Hall is not "a matter for the police" / Michael Rosenblum
  • Part III: The erotical Sterne
  • Proust's influence on Sterne: remembrance of things to come / Melvyn New
  • Walter Shandy, Sterne, and gender: a feminist foray / Juliet McMaster
  • Tristram Shandy's consent to incompleteness: discourse, disavowal, disruption / Calvin Thomas
  • Can't live without 'em: Walter Shandy and the woman within / Paula Loscocco
  • A sentimental journey, or "The case of (in)delicacy" / Madeleine Descargues
  • Part IV: The ethical Sterne
  • Sterne's novels: gathering up the fragments / Elizabeth W Harries
  • Sentimentality as performance: Shaftsbury, Sterne and the theatrics of virtue / Robert Markley
  • The Pentecostal moment in A sentimental journey / Elizabeth Kraft
  • Levinas and Sterne: from the ethics of the face to the aesthetics of unrepresentability / Donald R Wehrs.