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“Austen’s comedy participates in the Western tradition of komos –that is, comedy as a revelry in mischief. Liberated from what Charles Lamb calls “the burden of a perpetual moral questioning,” Austen’s mischievous humor specializes in truths uncongenial to the sentimentally-based … Continue reading
“Brown and Dilke walked with me & back from the Christmas pantomime. I had not a dispute but a disquisition with Dilke, on various subjects; several things dovetailed in my mind, & at once it struck me, what quality went to form … Continue reading