Table of contents for Eavesdropping in the novel from Austen to Proust / Ann Gaylin.


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Acknowledgments
Introduction
1. I'm all ears: Pride and Prejudice, or the story behind the story
2. Eavesdropping and the gentle art of Persuasion
3. Household words: Balzac's and Dickens's domestic spaces
4. The madwoman outside the attic: eavesdropping and narrative agency in The Woman in White
5. La double entente: eavesdropping and identity in A la recherche du temps perdu
Conclusion: covert listeners and secret agents
Select bibliography.


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: English fiction 19th century History and criticism, Eavesdropping in literature, Austen, Jane, 1775-1817 Views on eavesdropping, Collins, Wilkie, 1824-1889 Views on eavesdropping, Balzac, Honore de, 1799-1850 Views on eavesdropping, Proust, Marcel, 1871-1922 Views on eavesdropping, Literature, Comparative English and French, Literature, Comparative French and English, French fiction History and criticism