By Victoria Connelly
Compliment FOR VICTORIA CONNELLY: "Witty and unique. " -The Romantic Novelists' organization
Of direction she's passionate about Jane Austen...
Surrounded by means of appalling exes and fawning scholars, the one factor retaining professor Katherine Roberts sane is Jane Austen and her own mystery love for racy Regency romance novels. She thinks the Jane Austen Addicts convention within the English nation-state is the appropriate chance to flee her chaotic lifestyles and eventually relax...
But then she encounters a devilishly good-looking guy on the convention who turns out decided to comb her off her ft. Is he extra fiction than truth? Or may possibly he be the hero she didn't comprehend she used to be searching for? (20110613)
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Truly countercultural movements are difficult to identify in late twentieth-century democracies, or rather the concept of"counterculture" is inadequate to describe what is happening in society and life on the Net. " 109 Such groups include feminist and gay organizations, proand anti-abortion lobbies, support groups for ethnic minorities, and ecology groups. In this light, and in spite of the "soft socialist" rhetoric of certain IT commentators, the precommercial Internet phenomenon was not really an instrument of social revolution so much as a vehicle for highly articulate middle-class self-help groups.
In fact, the current fetish with the depiction, collection, and display of vast catalogues of curious objects seems to continue the thread of irrationalism, as much as the rationalism of the Renaissance and Enlightenment encyclopedic tradition. The latter was ostensibly concerned with classifying, cataloging, and ordering objects, specimens, and knowledge. Prior to the development of the museum, the idea of the collection was already imbued with an understanding of order beyond that suggested by the necessities of modern science and language beyond mere representation.