Laurence Sterne


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Noun1.Laurence Sterne - English writer (born in Ireland) (1713-1766)Laurence Sterne - English writer (born in Ireland) (1713-1766)
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1713: Laurence Sterne, clergyman, novelist and humourist, was born in Tipperary.
She considers against loss; Black Garrick versus Richard III; Hamlet, David Garrick, and Laurence Sterne; retelling The Winter's Tale; The Merchant of Venice and memorial debts; and Shakespeare, retired.
Tristram Shandy by Laurence Sterne. It is an 18th century novel, the forerunner of many narrative devices and styles used by modern and post-modern writers.
There have been only a handful of writers and artists--the likes of Emily Dickinson, Laurence Sterne, Sun Ra, and Van Gogh--whose work became deeply consonant with the culture long after its completion.
Without venturing to provide a catalog of how critics have characterized Laurence Sterne's realism, I begin instead by highlighting how Jonathan Lamb does not use the term to describe Uncle Toby Shandy's modeling of siege-works, which are also the primary focus of my analysis.
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- I think Laurence Sterne was right when he said "Respect for ourselves guides our morals; respect for others guides our manners."
"Sterne, Nabokov, and the Happy (Non)Ending of Biography." Laurence Sterne in Modernism and Postmodernism.
A TEESSIDE church will be hosting an event to commemorate the life, work and death of celebrated North Yorkshire writer, Laurence Sterne.
Forster and Salman Rushdie (and Gabriel Garcia-Marquez, and Laurence Sterne) or Bolano's processing of Herman Melville and Julio Cortazar and Ricardo Piglia (and Garcia-Marquez, and Sterne) are never discussed, Ercolino's list can give the impression that he believes White Teeth and 2666 somehow sprang from the example of Gravity's Rainbow without, as it were, passing go.