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Disorienting fiction : the autoethnographic work of nineteenth-century British novels /

James Buzard.

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Main Author: Buzard, James.
Published: Princeton, N.J. : Princeton University Press, ©2005.
Topics: English fiction - 19th century - History and criticism. | National characteristics, British, in literature. | Alienation (Social psychology) in literature. | Difference (Psychology) in literature. | Social isolation in literature. | Outsiders in literature. | Culture in literature. | Self in literature. | LITERARY CRITICISM - European - English, Irish, Scottish, Welsh. | Romans.
Genres: Criticism, interpretation, etc. | Electronic books.
Online Access: Connect to eBook (Available to people from CARLI member institutions.)
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Uneven developments: "Culture," circa 2000 and 1900 -- Ethnographic locations and dislocations -- The fiction of autoethnography -- Translation and tourism in Scott's Waverley -- Anywhere's nowhere: Bleak House as metropolitan autoethnography -- Identities, locations, and media -- An Echantillon of Englishness: The Professor -- The wild English girl: Jane Eyre -- National Pentecostalism: Shirley -- Outlandish nationalism: Villette -- Eliot, interrupted -- Ethnography as interruption: Morris's News from nowhere.

Table of Contents for: Disorienting fiction : the autoethnograp