Sterne, the Moderns, and the Novel

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The many insights of this book's particular readings are fascinating and will doubtless provoke and encourage new work on Tristram Shandy. (Eighteenth-Century Ireland)

Keymer's book, in short, is something of a wonder, a sharply original and consistently eye-opening and provocative rereading of a novel that I thought I knew pretty well ... Keymer opens a substantially new understanding of Sterne as first and foremost an eighteenth-century writer. He has reinstated Sterne as a man of his complicated historical moment. (Eighteenth-Century Fiction)

... high standards of insight and originality characterize this book. (Eighteenth-Century Fiction)

... steady brilliance and exemplary historical scholarship. (Eighteenth-Century Fiction)

Keymer has a wonderful sense of the shape and swing of novelistic production in these decades, and his achievement is to locate Sterne's novel squarely within that field, to trace its targets and to chart its origins and its transformation of those aims and sources. (Eighteenth-Century Fiction)

As well as by scholars of Sterne and of mid-eighteenth-century British culture, the study should also be warmly welcomed by readers interested in the early history of the novel; the available scholarship on which tends to cut out at mid-century, with just the occasional, uneasy glance towards Sterne. (The Irish University Review)

With a tremendous sureness of touch, Keymer has produced a substantial contextual analysis which incorporates important new accounts of the contexts themselves: experimental fiction of the 1750s; the early history of serial publication; literary vogues of the 1760s. For the reader familiar with the essays and articles in which he has explored some of these themes over the last decade, not least among the pleasures of Keymer's book is the seamless manner in which it ties together these apparently disparate concerns. (The Irish University Review)

... an impressively detailed, richly illuminating study. (The Irish University Review)

Keymer's own study makes a detailed and compelling case for viewing Tristram within the culture of its 'immediate day', and as a text 'profoundly of its time'. (The Irish University Review)

Keymer resists conclusions; indeed, the ends of his chapters tend to anticipate the next rather than rounding things up. This open-endedness is a manifestation of Keymer's stimulating open-mindedness and quite appropriate for his subject. (Essays in Criticism)

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The author of Tristram Shandy (1759-67) is often seen as an anachronism - a belated exponent of learned-wit satire whose kinship is with Montaigne, or a proto-modernist whose narrative pyrotechnics anticipate Joyce. Yet to many contemporaries Sterne's writing was emphatically of its immediate time, a voguish compound of all things modern that seemed to typify, if not indeed constitute, a 'Shandy-Age'.

In this historicizing study, Thomas Keymer demonstrates the self-conscious imbrication of Tristram Shandy in the diverse literary culture of its extended moment. Not only absorbing but also updating Swift's Tale of a Tub, Sterne's text turns the satirical resources of Scriblerian writing on the post-Scriblerian literary marketplace, and above all on that quintessentially modern genre, the novel itself. For all its anticipation of later trends, his play on narrative representation, linguistic indeterminacy, the unruliness of reading and the materiality of text turns out to be firmly grounded in the conventions and tropes of mid-eighteenth-century fiction. Through the mechanisms of improvisatory serialization, Sterne could also engage with other new texts and trends as they continued to emerge, including 'Nonsense Club' satire, the Ossianic vogue, and debates about the Seven Years War.

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