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by Deidre Lynch
The term Janeite has been both embraced by devotees of the works of Jane Austen and used as a term of opprobrium.
The term Janeite has been both embraced by devotees of the works of Jane Austen and used as a term of opprobrium. According to Austen scholar Claudia Johnson Janeitism is "the self-consciously idolatrous enthusiasm for 'Jane' and every detail relative to her". Janeitism did not begin until after the publication of J. E. Austen-Leigh's A Memoir of Jane Austen in 1870, when the literary elite felt that they had to separate their appreciation of Austen from that of the masses
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Princeton University Press. This study explores the phenomenon of the "Janeite"-The zealous reader and fan of Jane Austen whose devotion. ISBN10 : 0691050066, ISBN13 : 9780691050065. Page Number : 233. Read Online Download Full. Jane Austen Sense And Sensibility Pride And Prejudice Emma. Macmillan International Higher Education. This Guide discusses the range of critical reactions to three of Jane Austen's most widely-studied and popular
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Deidre Lynch, Bernbaum professor of literature since 2014, has found that her class . This more than just a book on Jane Austen, this is a book on Jane Austen Fans.
Deidre Lynch, Bernbaum professor of literature since 2014, has found that her class Jane Austen’s Fiction and Fans, is now so popular that she’s had to temporarily stop offering it. Lynch has been offering the class since 2014, and in the two years since it first began it’s become almost to big to handle anymore. They are called ‘Janeite’s’ after Rudyard Kipling’s famous short story The Janeites about a group of soldiers recovering from injuries in the First World War – and the secret, almost Mason-like, society that has been formed in the world by her fans. If only this were true!
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Over the last decade, as Jane Austen has moved center-stage in our culture, onto best-seller lists and into movie houses, another figure has slipped into the spotlight alongside her. This is the "Janeite," the zealous reader and fan whose devotion to the novels has been frequently invoked and often derided by the critical establishment. Jane Austen has long been considered part of a great literary tradition, even legitimizing the academic study of novels. However, the Janeite phenomenon has not until now aroused the curiosity of scholars interested in the politics of culture. Rather than lament the fact that Austen today shares the headlines with her readers, the contributors to this collection inquire into why this is the case, ask what Janeites do, and explore the myriad appropriations of Austen--adaptations, reviews, rewritings, and appreciations--that have been produced since her lifetime.
The articles move from the nineteenth-century lending library to the modern cineplex and discuss how novelists as diverse as Cooper, Woolf, James, and Kipling have claimed or repudiated their Austenian inheritance. As case studies in reception history, they pose new questions of long-loved novels--as well as new questions about Austen's relation to Englishness, about the boundaries between elite and popular cultures and amateur and professional readerships, and about the cultural work performed by the realist novel and the marriage plot.
The contributors are Barbara M. Benedict, Mary A. Favret, Susan Fraiman, William Galperin, Claudia L. Johnson, Deidre Lynch, Mary Ann O'Farrell, Roger Sales, Katie Trumpener, and Clara Tuite.