publication . Research . 2011

『分別と多感』 -マリアンのセンシビリティー-

金子, 弥生; Kaneko, Yayoi;
Open Access Japanese
  • Published: 01 Apr 2011 Journal: 學苑 = GAKUEN, volume 846, pages 74-81 (issn: 1348-0103, Copyright policy)
Abstract Jane Austen's novels are novels of manners. They interrogate manners regarded as their norm in the society in which her characters live. In her first authentic novel, Sense and Sensibility, Elinor and Marianne Dashwood are the heroines. Marianne, who is, at first, very sensitive and acts based on her feelings and emotions, is very attractive though her manners are deplored by those around her. On the other hand, Elinor, who behaves herself based on her sense and contemporary conventions, is not so attractive compared with Marianne. In presenting these two characters, Austen seems neither to completely deny "sensibility" nor to completely admire the "sen...
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