Tave, Stuart M.
Focuses on the words that show Austen's moral concepts and values. Critical words include sensibility, imagination, exertion, mortification, affection, amiable, and delicate. He describes the scope of meaning of these words to help us understand the depth of Austen's fictional reality. Focuses on how her characters understand or misunderstand the words they and others use, and exactly what these words mean to the author. Wrinkled pages. U of Chicago, 1973. Paper. USED. $4.00