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Works of Laurence Sterne

containing the life and opinions of Tristram Shandy Gent, a sentimental journey through France and Italy, sermons, letters with a life of the author written by himself.

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        Paginationxvi, 101 p. :
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In the first decades of the English novel, this was the most common word for what made a narrative believable. In view of the previous accidents, Tristram's father decreed that the boy would receive an especially auspicious name.

The home was named after the house described in Tristram Shandy. Slope is also called "Obadiah", a reference to another character in Sterne's novel. Christopher Morley, Editor of the Saturday Review of Literature, wrote a preface to the Limited Editions Club issue of Sterne's classic. " In 1724, "shortly before the family's arrival in Derry," Roger took Sterne to his wealthy brother, Richard, so that Laurence could attend near.

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Your views could help shape our site for the future. The gardens, which Sterne tended during his time there, are daily open to visitors. Many copies of his work were destroyed. His religion is said to have been the "centrist Anglicanism of his time", known as "". The novel veers unpredictably backwards and forwards in time, and uses an array of witty visual devices, all to tell the story of the utterly eccentric Shandy family.

It is only in a Shandean spirit that my matter can be approached.