In sympathetic realism in nineteenth century british fiction greiner shows how this imaginative process of sympathy is written into three novelistic techniques regularly associated with nineteenth century fiction metonymy free indirect discourse and realist characterization she explores the work of sentimentalist philosophers david hume . This book proposes a new model for understanding the sympathetic realism of the nineteenth century realists sympathetic realism reads fictional works by novelists such as jane austen charles dickens george eliot joseph conrad and henry james as well as philosophical and historical writings by authors such as jeremy bentham in order to demonstrate the ways in which the protocols of . About rae greiner my broad area of study is the british nineteenth century where i specialize in the theory and history of the novel particular interests include moral philosophy theories of sympathy and of realism and narrative theory but i teach a variety of subjects and approaches. Review sympathetic realism in nineteenth century british fiction audrey jaffe nineteenth century literature vol 68 no 2 september 2013 pp 252 256 doi review sympathetic realism in nineteenth century british fiction audrey jaffe nineteenth century literature. On behalf of nineteenth century realism in particular charting patterns and rela tions it cultivates a habit or habits of mind 2 following this line of think ing i argue that the realism of the nineteenth century british novel the period and genre that gave realism currency is best understood as a sympathetic re
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