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Abercrombie, John, 39 Aczel, Richard, 41–42 Adam Bede (Eliot), 37, 122–23, 135 Adams, James Eli, 51 Adams, Marian, 150 aesthetic experience and empathy, 158–59 aesthetic form and sympathy, 159 aesthetic theory of Conrad, 141 Aikin, Anna Laetitia, 165n. 7 Albrecht, Thomas, 128 Altieri, Charles, 2, 44 “Altro” in Little Dorrit, 111, 116, 117–18 Amy Dorrit (Little Dorrit, character), 114, 116, 119–20 Anderson, Amanda, 138, 139 Anger, Suzy, 124 Ankersmit, Frank, 169n. 11 Anne Elliot (character): as imagining other selves, 78–82; as nothing-left-to-be-done case, 65; nothingness of, 83–85; as sympathetic case, 71–76 aphasia, 101, 102–3, 114 Arata, Stephen, 157–58 Armstrong, Isobel, 68, 69 Armstrong, Nancy, 163n. 5 Arthur Clennam (character), 98, 116, 117, 118–19, 121 artist, compared to thinker or scientist, 140, 152 Atkinson, Paul, 31–32 Austen, Jane: Emma, 42, 43, 84, 85; historical time and, 77; Mansfield Park, 84; Persuasion, 52, 65, 69–70, 71–85; protagonists of, 75; Sense and Sensibility, 168n. 44; Shaw on, 24, 33; social realist fiction of, 51; sympathy in novels of, 1; Williams on, 70–71 Austenian free indirect discourse, 42, 46 average, embracing, 48 Bagehot, Walter, 7, 11 Bain, Alexander, 5 Bal, Mieke, 40 “Bartleby, the Scrivener” (Melville), 105 baulked characters of Dickens, 89–96 Beardmore, John, obituary of, 64–66 Beer, Gillian, 28, 123, 130, 131, 152 Bender, John, 38–39, 41, 63 Benjamin, Walter, 98 Bentham, Jeremy: Chandler on, 53; Chrestomathic Day School of, 51, 63; Dickens and, 88– 89; “Essay on Language,” 67–68; Ferguson on, 53; “Fragments on Universal Grammar”, 60; grammatical case and, 58–63; linguistic philosophy of, 51; Memoirs, 63, 71; moral theory of, 22; Plan of Parliamentary Reform, 53; Smith and, 68; on state of mind and word usage, 121; theory of fictions of, 63–71 Bentley, Nancy, 153 Blackmur, R. P., 149, 151, 154 Blackstone, William, Commentaries on the Laws of England, 67, 68 Blanchot, Maurice, 99 Bleak House (Dickens), 87, 109, 110 Bowen, John, 108 Bowring, John, 64 Bradley Headstone (character), 90, 99 Brontë, Anne, The Professor, 37 Brown, Marshall, 11, 15, 16 Buckle, Henry Thomas, 6 Bulwer-Lytton, Edward, 130, 146 Mr. Bumble (character), 97 Burke, Kenneth, 69, 70 Bury, Madame Blaze de, 122 Cameron, Sharon, 149 Captain Allistoun (character), 143, 145 Carlyle, Thomas, 88, 168n. 9 Index 198 i n d e x Carroll, David, 137 case: Chandler on, 51, 54, 55, 60; fallenness of subjects, 59, 80–83; grammatical, 58–63; historical, 52–58, 63; for realism, 50–52; as rhetorical form, 51; in The Sacred Fount, 154–56; Smith and, 27–28; subjectivity and, 52; sympathetic, 71–78; sympathetic realism and, 51–52; Trollope and, 45 casuistry: in Persuasion, 73; Smith and, 53 Cato, muffling of feeling of, 20, 21 causality, 30, 32–33 Champs, Emmanuelle de, 61 Chandler, James: on cases, 51, 54, 55, 60; England in 1819, 52–53; on grammatical case, 59; on influence of Smith, 5 Chapman, Raymond, 97 character: as commonness, 129; lapses in, 95; social basis of, 108 characters in realist novels: of Dickens, 87–96, 115, 153; of Eliot, 139–40; free indirect discourse and, 40–41; language of, in Dickens, 96–98, 105, 107–8; mirror and, 4; as objects of sympathy, 130; sympathetic, 44–49; sympathetic historicism and, 25–27. See also specific characters Charles Cheeryble (character), 107 Chatman, Seymour, 150 Childers, Joseph, 109 clairvoyance, 123–24, 125 cognitive content of emotion, 2–3 Cohn, Dorrit, 37, 40 Collingwood, R. G.: historical case and, 55–58, 63; historical method of, 51; The Idea of History , 52, 56 conditional sympathy, 19 Conrad, Joseph: Heart of Darkness, 141, 149; James and, 148–49; The Nigger of the ‘Narcissus ,’ 140–49, 155; omniscience of, 125; The Secret Sharer, 143 context and processes of sympathy, 18–19 contexture-deficient aphasia, 101 Crane, Stephen, The Red Badge of Courage, 141 Dames, Nicholas, 75, 78 Daniel Deronda (character), 133, 139 Daniel Deronda (Eliot), 130, 133, 139 Daniel Doyce (character), 113, 114, 116 Darwin, Charles, 5–6, 151 David Copperfield (character), 90 David Copperfield (Dickens), 97 Deleuze, Gilles, “He Stuttered,” 104–5, 107 de Man, Paul, 98 departicularization: fellow-feeling and, 29–30; historicist metonymy and, 36; in novels of Dickens, 108; sympathetic, 48, 95 Depew, David, 175n. 3 Deresiewicz, William, 141 Derrida, Jacques, 169n. 10 “Design of History” (Smith), 55 désoeuvrement, 65 detachment. See sympathetic detachment Dever, Carolyn, 106, 109 Dickens, Charles: Bentham...

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9781421407456
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9781421406534
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822667313
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224
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2012-12-20
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English
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