In this monograph, Jane Austen's novels are studied with the tools of pragmatic stylistics. The first part focuses on the development of the author's techniques, and particularly on the way in which she uses a perspectives that invites and at the same time frustrates evaluation. The second part concentrates on dialogue, observing how the various characters negotiate the conversational conventions of the time to mean much more than they say.
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