Jane Austen and Samuel Johnson.
An evaluation of Austen's Johnsonian heritage, arguing that, in spite of the narrator's ironic treatment, the morality of her novels relies on "an orthodox, eighteenth-century Christianity." The canon are examined in terms of imagination, hardship, recollection, discipline, self-knowledge, and feeling. Preface, epilogue, index. With the program from UK JAS meeting in September 2008 titled "Jane Austen and Dr Johnson." University Press of America. 1980. Paper. USED. $10