Sympathetic realism in nineteenth-century British fiction
"Rae Greiner proposes that sympathy is integral to the form of the classic nineteenth-century realist novel. Following the philosophy of Adam Smith, Greiner argues that sympathy does more than foster emotional identification with others; it is a way of thinking along with them. By abstracting e...
|Published:||Baltimore : Johns Hopkins University Press, 2012|
|Online Access:||EBSCOhost Available to NLU students, faculty, and staff.|
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