Representations of Integrity, Integrity in Representing

This section looks at representations of integrity, the integrity of representations, and the relationship between the integrity of the artwork and the integrity of the artist.

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Indicative content

A. Lionel Trilling, Characters with Integrity
B. Novels as medium of sharing, creating, sustaining views about the importance of integrity; e.g. Jane Austen ?; Charlotte Brontë
C. Gendered expressions of what it is to have/lack integrity? Do representations change?
D. Literary criticism: Failures of integrity in the Poet (e.g. (drawn from Peter Lamarque), Eagleton on Dylan Thomas; Leavis on Brontë, and Hardy)

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