A. Walton Litz (essay date 16 December 1979)
SOURCE: Litz, A. Walton. “The Picturesque in Pride and Prejudice.” Persuasion, no. 1 (16 December 1979): 13, 15-24.
[In the following essay, Litz discusses Austen's use of landscape in Pride and Prejudice, focusing on how she employs “picturesque moments” to establish meaning and form.]
When I learned that Donald Greene would be talking this evening about possible models for Pemberley, it set me thinking again about the role of landscape—both natural and “improved”—in Jane...
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