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  1. Laurence Sterne's Tristram Shandy (Modern Critical Interpretations)
  2. Laurence Sterne: A Life by Ian Campbell Ross, 2002-10-10
  3. Laurence Sterne (Writers and their work) by D. W Jefferson, 1959
  4. Laurence Sterne by Valerie Grosvenor Myer, 1984-06
  5. The Works of Laurence Sterne, Volume 10 by Laurence Sterne, 2010-03-29
  6. A sentimental journey through France and Italy: by Laurence Sterne; also, A tale of a tub, written for the universal improvement of mankind by Jonathan ... five etchings and portrait by Ed. Hedouin. by Laurence Sterne, 2009-03-01
  7. The Life Of Laurence Sterne - Volume II by Percy Fitzgerald, 2010-03-25
  8. Laurence Sterne: Volume 2 by Percy Hetherington Fitzgerald, 2001-07-24
  9. Laurence Sterne; a biographical essay,: By Lodwick Hartley (Chapel Hill books, 29) by Lodwick Charles Hartley, 1968
  10. Laurence Sterne and Goethe by W R. R. 1873-1917 Pinger, Lawrence Marsden Price, 2010-09-10
  11. Laurence Sterne. Eine Biographie by David Thomson,
  12. Letters of the late Laurence Sterne to his most intimate friends. With a fragment in the manner of Rabelais. by Laurence Sterne, 2010-05-29
  13. Laurence Sterne: The Critical Heritage (The Collected Critical Heritage : Early English Novelists)
  14. Letters of the Late Rev. Mr. Laurence Sterne, to His Most Intimate Friends: With a Fragment in the Manner of Rabelais : To Which Are Prefix'd, Memoirs of His Life and Family by Laurence Sterne, 2010-02-22

41. Jo Alyson Parker
Critical essay comparing Tristram Shandy to chaos theory s Lorenz attractor.
The Lorenz or Butterfly Atrractor Jo Alyson Parker Spiraling down "the Gutter of Time": Tristram Shandy and the Strange Attractor of Death

42. An Experimental Novel: Sterne's Tristram Shandy
Essays Influences on Sterne, plot and character summaries for Tristram Shandy. Links to related sites.

An Experimental Novel:
Sterne's Tristram Shandy
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Sterne's Biography The Novel in the 18th Century Influences on Laurence Sterne The Life and Opinions of Tristram Shandy, Gentleman , 9 vol. (1759-1767) E-Text Masaru Uchida's HTML version of Tristram Shandy This HTML version of Tristram Shandy has been developed from several SGML files of the text available through the Oxford Text Archive. Prepared by Masaru Uchida (Assistant Professor, Faculty of Regional Studies, Gifu University, Japan). You can also download a full-text file for Tristram Shandy from Project Gutenberg (TXT or ZIP file) Tristram Shandy The World of Tristram Shandy Characters Themes ... William Dodd, 1729-1777: TO THE AUTHOR OF TRISTRAM SHANDY. ON THE PUBLICATION OF HIS THIRD AND FOURTH VOLUMES. [from Poems (1767)]
Other works A Sentimental Journey Through France and Italy , 2 vol. (1768) Bibliography Tristram Shandy : An Annotated Bibliography by Jack Lynch An online bibliography on Tristram Shandy . The biblography covers only articles published since1978 with a few exceptions of a few books and articles published before 1977. Some Links The Unwound Clock by Derek Merk.

43. Ignatius Sancho's Correspondence With Laurence Sterne
Text of Ignatius Sancho s letter to Sterne on the topic of slavery, with Sterne s reply.
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Sancho's Correspondence with Laurence Sterne
In the summer of 1766, Ignatius Sancho wrote to the popular novelist Laurence Sterne (author of The Life and Opinions of Tristram Shandy and A Sentimental Journey ) asking him to write something opposing slavery. Sancho's inspiration was a passage he read in Sterne's sermons, which had recently appeared as The Sermons of Mr Yorick . Sterne replied to Sancho and kept copies of the letters. Sterne died in 1768 and his correspondence, including this exchange with Sancho, was published in 1775. Here, I provide the full text both of Sancho's letter and Sterne's reply as well as the 'tender tale' Sterne mentions to Sancho, which appeared in Tristram Shandy , Vol. 4, Ch. 65.
1. Sancho to Sterne
It would be an insult on your humanity (or perhaps look like it) to apologize for the liberty I am taking. - I am one of those people whom the vulgar and illiberal call "Negurs."
2. Sterne to Sancho
Coxwould near York July 27. 1766
There is a strange coincidence, Sancho, in the little events (as well as in the great ones) of this world: for I had been writing a tender tale of the sorrows of a friendless poor negro - girl, and my eyes had scarse done smarting with it, when your Letter of recommendation in behalf of so many of her brethren and sisters, came to me - but why

44. Sterne, Laurence
Sterne, Laurence (b. Nov. 24, 1713, Clonmel, County Tipperary, Ire.d. March 18, 1768, London, Eng.), Irishborn English novelist and humorist, author of Tristram Shandy (1759
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(b . Nov. 24, 1713, Clonmel, County Tipperary, Ire.d. March 18, 1768, London, Eng.), Irish-born English novelist and humorist, author of Tristram Shandy (1759-67), an early novel in which story is subordinate to the free associations and digressions of its narrator. He is also known for the novel A Sentimental Journey
Sterne's father, Roger, though grandson of an archbishop of York, was an infantry officer of the lowest rank who fought in many battles during the War of the Spanish Succession (1701-14). In Flanders, Roger married Agnes, the widow of an officer, but of a social class much below Roger's. The regiment retired to Ireland, and there Laurence was born. Most of his early childhood was spent in poverty, following the troops about Ireland. Later, Sterne expressed his affection for soldiers through his portraits in Tristram Shandy of the gentle Uncle Toby and Corporal Trim. At age 10, Sterne was sent to school at Hipperholme, near Halifax, where his uncle, Richard Sterne, whose estate was nearby, could look out for him. He grew into a tall, thin man, with a long nose but likable face. Sterne attended Jesus College, Cambridge, on a scholarship. At college Sterne suffered his first severe hemorrhage of the lungs. He had incurable tuberculosis. After graduating he took holy orders and became vicar of Sutton-on-the-Forest, north of York. He soon became a prebendary (or canon) of York Minster and acquired the vicarage of Stillington. At first he was helped by another uncle, Jaques

45. Narrativity And Stasis In Martin Rowson's Tristram Shandy
Criticism on Rowson s 1996 graphic novel (comic-book) edition. With illustrations.
Narrativity and Stasis in Martin Rowson's Tristram Shandy When Wayne Booth, who taught me Tristram Shandy , used to say that it was a comic book, he meant that Sterne had created a potentially infinite text that, like the satirical "Li'l Abner" or the sentimental "Little Orphan Annie," could be extended indefinitely, or at least as long as the writer kept pleasing his readers and gratifying his publisher. Tristram Shandy could extend itself because once Tristram is born, the novel's capacity to generate further storyits narrativity, as we would call it todaytook the form not of instabilities in the relations of the characters generating expectations and desires, but of very literal gaps between promises made and promises kept. Tristram promises "a chapter upon WHISKERS" on the last page of book IV, and it duly appears in the first chapter of book V very late the following year, after a mock-apologetic commentary on the impossibility of writing anything about WHISKERS. If Tristram promises that "the amours of my uncle Toby" will be "the choicest morsel in my whole story" we rightly anticipate, in spite of the violations of normal temporal sequence, that we will hear about them before, and not much before, the denouement of book IX. The opposite of narrativity would be stasis: the occasions when the narrative, instead of hurtling us forward into the future, comes to a dead stop, as though we were in a swamp which a river enters and leaves but where the current can scarcely be felt. This too is an important element in Sterne's text. It is with a sense of being somewhere as opposed to getting anywhere that we listen, enraptured, to the mellifluous exfoliations of the Shandy marriage articles, the curse of St. Ernulphus, or the ninth tale of the tenth decad of Hafen Slawkenbergius. How would such issues as narrativity and stasis work themselves out within a

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‎Sterne Laurence‎ ‎A SENTIMENTAL JOURNEY THROUGH FRANCE AND ITALY. BY MR. YORICK‎ ‎London J. Creswick Co. hardcover London J. Creswick amp; Co., 1794.
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50. Sterne, Laurence
Sterne, Laurence (1713–1768) Irish writer. Sterne was born in Clonmel, County Tipperary, and ordained in 1737. He created the comic antihero Tristram Shandy in The Life and Sterne

51. Sterne, Laurence - Encyclopedia Britannica - On History
Full Name Laurence Sterne. Nationality English Activity British writer. Born 2411-1713 Died 18-03-1768

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Jump to: navigation search Sterne, Laurence (1713-1768): English, Novelist, Travel writer, Sermon writer. Born in Ireland on November 24, 1713, Laurence Sterne became one of the greatest and most celebrated English novelists of the eighteenth century because of his masterpiece, Tristram Shandy . Because Sterne was poor, it simply was expected that he would become a clergyman; thus, his career derived not from an inclination or a desire but mere circumstances. Sterne was an ordained minister in the Church of England after attending Jesus College, Cambridge, but this career choice was inappropriate; he was perhaps unsuited for the clergy because of his sensual nature (he engaged in adulterous relationships and contracted syphilis), his bawdy and wicked sense of humor, and his combative nature. Sterne engaged in several bitter quarrels, such as his long dispute with his mother (he refused, for instance, her frequent requests for money) and with his Uncle Jaques (they fought over political matters such as Jaques’s support of Robert Walpole). Sterne began his writing career by composing political tracts in support of Robert Walpole and other political figures endorsed by his Uncle Jaques, a prominent clergyman who possessed great influence over church politics, and thus over Sterne’s career. Sterne later wrote

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Laurence Sterne (November 24, 1713 March 18, 1768) was an AngloIrish novelist and clergyman. He is best known for his novels The Life and Opinions of Tristram Shandy, Gentleman

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Encyclopedia Sterne, Laurence. Sterne, Laurence (st rn) , 1713 – 68, English author, b. Ireland. Educated at Cambridge, he entered the Anglican church and was given the living of
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    Sterne, Laurence key , English author, b. Ireland. Educated at Cambridge, he entered the Anglican church and was given the living of Sutton-in-the-Forest, Yorkshire, in 1738, where he remained until 1759. He came to London the following year and was a great social success. Unhappily married, he was involved with various women during his lifetime, most notably Mrs. Eliza Draper, for whom he wrote the Journal to Eliza (1767). He led a somewhat dissolute life and much of the time was plagued by ill health, dying finally of tuberculosis. In 1760 the first volume of his masterpiece Tristram Shandy A Sentimental Journey (1768). He also published in his lifetime several volumes of sermons. One of the most entertaining and original literary works in English, Tristram Shandy is, in a sense, a parody of a novel. It is a hodgepodge of character sketches, blank pages, dramatic action, transposed chapters, and various digressions. Sterne constantly obtrudes himself into the novel and is by turns witty, satiric, sentimental, knowledgeable, and obscene. Beneath this apparent chaos, however, is a structure based on the association of ideas. In

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Sterne, Laurence , English humourist, born at Clonmel, Ireland , son of Roger Sterne, captain in the army; his mother an Irishwoman; was educated at Halifax and Cambridge , by-and-by took orders, and received livings in Sutton and Shillington, became a prebend at York , and finally got a living at Coxwold; in 1759 appeared the first two volumes of “Tristram Shandy,” and in 1767 the last two; in 1768 his “Sentimental Journey,” and in the interim his “Sermons,” equally characteristic of the man as the two former productions. Stopford Brooke says, “They have no plot, they can scarcely be said to have any story. The story of 'Tristram Shandy' wanders like a man in a labyrinth , and the humour is as labyrinthine as the story. It is carefully invented, and whimsically subtle; and the sentiment is sometimes true, but mostly affected. But a certain unity is given to the book by the admirable consistency of the characters,” his masterpieces, among which is “ Uncle Toby ”; the author died in

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