Sense and Sensibility - a Conversation

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Sensibilities, 2011, 43 pp. 48 - 58
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In 2011 I was invited as keynote speaker to the annual convention of the Australian Jane Austen Society. My talk, entitled "Sense and Sensibility â a conversation" was also drawn from the theme of my doctoral thesis, "How Influence Works". It discussed the exchange between writers of different eras (here called a âconversationâ), tracing the indirect influence of Austen on my own creative work, and her wider effect on generations of writers, with especial reference to Sense and Sensibility as an early work. The paper was published in Sensibilities Vol.43, the refereed journal of the Jane Austen Society.
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