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Response of Richard Handler and Daniel Segal to John Halperin's review of Jane Austen and the Fiction of Culture in Eighteenth-Century Fiction 4 (1991), 81-83

From: Eighteenth-Century Fiction
Volume 4, Number 4, July 1992
pp. 351-352 | 10.1353/ecf.1992.0018

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Response of Richard Handler and Daniel Segal to John Halperin's review of Jane Austen and the Fiction of Culture in Eighteenth-Century Fiction 4 (1991), 81-83
Richard Handler
University of Virginia
Daniel Segal
Pitzer College
Richard Handler

Richard Handler, Associate Professor of Anthropology at the University of Virginia, is the author of Nationalism and the Politics of Culture in Québec (1988), and is currently writing an ethnography of Colonial Williamsburg.

Daniel Segal

Daniel Segal, Associate Professor of Anthropology and Historical Studies at Pitzer College in Claremont, California, writes on nationalism, colonialism, and the Caribbean; he is the editor of Crossing Cultures: Essays in the Displacement of Western Civilization (1992).

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