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Table of contents:
Acknowledgements; 1. Ethics and the turn to narrative; 2. Victorian history and ethics: anxiety at the fin-de-siecle; 3. Emotion, gender, and ethics in fiction by Thomas Hardy, and the New Women Writers; 4. When hope unblooms:chance and moral luck in A Laodicean, The Mayor of Casterbridge, and Tess; 5. Oscar Wilde and Henry James: Aestheticizing Ethics; 6. Promises, lies and ethical agency in Joseph Conrad's Under Western Eyes; Afterword; Notes; Bibliography; Index.
Drawing on interdisciplinary work in the field of ethics, Jil Larson offers new readings of late-Victorian and turn-of-the-century British fiction. This book will be of interest to scholars of nineteenth century and modernism, and all interested in the conjunction between narrative, ethics and literary theory.
Jil Larson explores the conjunction between narrative, ethics and literary theory.