By Paul A. Jackson
Книга Belgian army aviation 1945-1977 Belgian army aviation 1945-1977 Книги Вооружение Автор: Paul A Jackson Год издания: 1977 Формат: pdf Издат.:Midland Counties guides Страниц: 116 Размер: 58.19 ISBN: 0904597067 Язык: Английский0 (голосов: zero) Оценка:
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How fine, nay, how noble is your art in its delicate reserve, never insisting, never forcing the note, never pushing the sketch into the caricature! You worked, without thinking of it, in the Spirit of Greece, on a labour happily limited, and exquisitely organized. ’28 Not all reviewers went overboard. Kebbel challenges Brabourne’s view of Mr Knightley, Elizabeth Bennet and Darcy. This is one of the very rare occasions in this period when there is any semblance of a debate. Like Brabourne, Kebbel was also interested in localities and social groupings.
Mrs Oliphant’s understanding of Jane Austen had been anticipated by one earlier writer, the novelist Julia Kavanagh. Her portrait was equally un-Ruskinian and equally un-aunt-like; and not surprisingly, Mrs Kavanagh, although truly one of the ‘best judges’, was ignored by Austen-Leigh. The Memoir contains no hint of what Mrs Kavanagh understood to be Jane Austen’s ‘really formidable powers’, nor of the novelist’s satire, its ‘touch so fine we often do not perceive its severity’. She was the first critic to challenge the reader with an interpretation of Jane Austen’s experience of life: ‘she seems to have been struck especially with its small vanities and small falsehoods, equally remote from the ridiculous or the tragic’.
Pellew dismantled the myth of the ‘unconscious’ unlabouring genius. Jane Austen’s manipulation of existing fictional styles and types is, for him, evidence of her sophistication as a literary artist. Observantly, he drew upon the Memoir’s account of where an epistolary ‘Elinor and Marianne’ stood behind Sense and Sensibility. But the chill of ‘scientific criticism’ could not prevail in a climate so welcoming to James’s ‘delightful Jane’. Howells was a champion of Pellew, yet he too forgot the facts of the case for the sake of the fantasy.