In the last chapter, we found ourselves discussing what we called a ‘change of opinion’ or ‘change of attitude’ in Jane Austen. Discussing ‘Jane Austen’s attitudes’ is only a convenient pretence, of course. It is a convenient shorthand for getting at the meaning and effect of the texts.
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