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Laurence Sterne and his novels studied in the light of modern psychology.

Arie de Froe

Laurence Sterne and his novels studied in the light of modern psychology.

by Arie de Froe

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Published by P. Noordhoff in Groningen .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Sterne, Laurence, 1713-1768 -- Knowledge -- Psychology.,
  • Psychological fiction, English -- History and criticism.,
  • Psychology in literature.

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPR3716 .F7 1925
    The Physical Object
    Pagination234 p.
    Number of Pages234
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6690550M
    LC Control Number26011895
    OCLC/WorldCa253391

    Richard Griffith was probably the real author, but it was included in the first collected edition of Sterne’s works, published in Dublin, The work purports to be, in part, an autobiography of Sterne, in which the late writer lays bare the secrets of his life, his early debauchery, his father’s unworthiness, his profligate uncle, the. Laurence Sterne. November 24 is the birthday of novelist Laurence Sterne, who was born in Clonmel County, Tipperary, Ireland, in His father, Roger, was a professional soldier who served as an officer in Flanders under the Duke of Marlborough during the War of .

    In Europe, Boccaccio, was the first exponent of literary psychology. However, early psychological content in literary works are found in the texts of Plato and Aristotle. The beginning of psychological literature as a genre can be traced back to Samuel Richardson's Pamella and Laurence Sterne's introspective novel Tristam Shandy. LAURENCE STERNE was born in , the younger son of a landowning Yorkshire family. He studied at Jesus College, Cambridge and was ordained in Sterne's dramas were mostly personal, including bitter quarrels with his wife and uncle, and some high profile affairs.

    Laurence Sterne published his master­ piece The Life and Opinions of Tristram Gentleman in nine slender volumes in the final decade of his life, between and The first two volumes appeared in York, Dublin and London in January On 25 March . Title: The Life and Opinions of Tristram Shandy, Gentleman Author: Laurence Sterne Release Date: Octo [EBook #] [Most recently updated: Febru ] Language: English Character set encoding: UTF-8 *** START OF THIS PROJECT GUTENBERG EBOOK TRISTRAM SHANDY *** Produced by Sue Asscher, Stephen Radcliffe, and David Widger.


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Laurence Sterne and his novels studied in the light of modern psychology. Groningen, P. Noordhoff [?] (OCoLC) Named Person: Laurence Sterne; Laurence Sterne: Material Type: Thesis/dissertation: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Arie de Froe. Laurence Sterne and his novels studied in the light of modern psychology.

Folcroft, Pa., Folcroft Press [] (OCoLC) Named Person: Laurence Sterne; Laurence Sterne: Material Type: Biography: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Arie de Froe. Tristram Shandy, experimental novel by Laurence Sterne, published in nine volumes from to Wildly experimental for its time, Tristram Shandy seems almost a modern avant-garde novel.

Narrated by Shandy, the story begins at the moment of his conception and diverts into endless digressions.

Laurence Sterne travelled through France and Italy as far south as Naples, and after returning determined to describe his travels from a sentimental point of view in a novel form. The narrator is the Reverend Mr. Yorick, who is slyly represented to guileless readers as Sterne's barely disguised alter ego.

Laurence Sterne was an Irish-born English novelist and an Anglican clergyman. He is best known for his novels The Life and Opinions of Tristram Shandy, Gentleman, and A Sentimental Journey Through France and Italy ; but he also published many sermons, wrote memoirs, and was involved in local politics/5(27).

This study considers Laurence Sterne's life and works both in a historical context and in the light of modern critical theory. Despite the immense popularity of Laurence Sterne's work during his lifetime, his contribution to the novel form and experimentalism has only been acknowledged since his death.

“The Reception of Laurence Sterne in Europe engages with Sterne's two bestselling novels in detail, while giving a sense of the scale and diversity of his reception. After the author's death inSterne's friends and followers capitalized on his fame by collecting his letters and fabricating replies, by 'finding' autobiographies and.

Irish-born Laurence Sterne graduated from Cambridge in and took holy orders, becoming a prebend in York Cathedral. His masterpiece, 'The Life and Opinions of Tristram Shandy' made him a celebrity but ill-health necessitated recuperative travel and A SENTIMENTAL JOURNEY grew out of a seven-month trip through France and Italy.

Although an overtly psychological approach is found among the earliest English novels, such as Samuel Richardson’s Pamela (), which is told from the heroine’s point of view, and Laurence Sterne’s introspective first-person narrative Tristram Shandy (–67), the psychological novel reached its full potential only in the 20th century.

-LAURENCE STERNE () 1. The Author & His Contemporary Age: The Period to which ‘LIFE AND OPINION OF TRISTRAM SHANDAY, GENTLEMAN’ belonged is much more important than to which Laurence Sterne (), its author belongs.

First two volumes (out of total nine volumes) of. The best thing of all in reading his book is to take his advice. A Note on the Text. Tristram Shandy was written in five installments and published in these segments: Book 1 and Book 2: December Book 3 and Book 4: January Book 5 and Book 6: December Book 7 and Book 8: January Book 9: January The eighteenth century was a period when the modern Novel emerged through the work of writers such as Laurence Sterne (), Richardson, Defoe, Fielding and Johnson.

However, the writing of Sterne is recognized as influencing modern writing from Joyce and Woolf onwards more than any of the other eighteenth century novelists. Book x, pages ; 22 cm Subjects: Sterne, Laurence, -- Criticism and interpretation. Sterne, Laurence, Form/Genre: Criticism, interpretation, etc.

Summary: "Despite the immense popularity of Laurence Sterne's work during his lifetime, his contribution to the novel form and experimentalism has only been acknowledged since. And indeed, almost overnight, Sterne achieved fame beyond his wildest dreams.

In this fascinating biography, Ian Campbell Ross shows how the great comic author combined a genius for self-promotion with a clear grasp of "I wrote to be famous, not to be fed," said Laurence Sterne upon publication of his comic masterpiece, The Life and Opinions of /5(4).

A bookish Briton writing while imperial war again loomed in the aftermath of 9/11, Keymer is especially sensitive to the pain of history in Sterne's jocoserious (a favourite word) novel. The case for Sterne's decisive engagement with the modern is persuasive.

It illuminates even aspects of Tristram that Keymer touches lightly or not at all. Liverpool University Press is the UK's third oldest university press, with a distinguished history of publishing exceptional research since Despite the immense popularity of Laurence Sterne’s work during his lifetime, his contribution to the novel form and experimentalism has only been acknowledged since his death.

His contemporaries Richardson and Goldsmith denounced his archaic. Laurence Sterne's "Fragment in the Manner of Rabelais" was first published seven years after Sterne's death. A collation of that edition with the holograph MS preserved in the Pierpont Morgan.

The Life and Opinions of Tristram Shandy, Gentleman by Laurence Sterne () Laurence Sterne’s vivid novel caused delight and consternation when it. Laurence Sterne was born into poverty in 18th century Ireland, but managed to study at Cambridge University by working a servitor to other, richer students.

His novel/memoir 'A Sentimental Journey' has been variously described as either a classic satire comparable with the works of Cervantes and Rabelais, or a book of utter s: A coffee table book is an oversized, usually hard-covered book whose purpose is for display on a table intended for use in an area in which one entertains guests and from which it can serve to inspire conversation or pass the time.

Subject matter is predominantly non-fiction and pictorial (a photo-book).Pages consist mainly of photographs and illustrations, accompanied by captions and small. Enjoy millions of the latest Android apps, games, music, movies, TV, books, magazines & more. Anytime, anywhere, across your devices.Written by one of the world’s leading literary theorists, this book provides a wide-ranging, accessible and humorous introduction to the English novel from Daniel Defoe to the present day.

Covers the works of major authors, including Daniel Defoe, Henry Fielding, Samuel Richardson, Laurence Sterne, Walter Scott, Jane Austen, the Brontës, Charles Dickens, George Eliot, Thomas Hardy, Henry.Mr.

Oakley’s brief monograph introduces bodysnatching and mimicry to describe how others manipulated Sterne’s texts and his reputation. Where David A. Brewer in The Afterlife of Character, – focuses on the ways in which readers extended the imagined lives of literary characters beyond their source texts, Mr.

Oakley is more interested in the ways that both the author and the works.