Being Anne Elliot - Time and transcendence in Jane Austen’s ‘Persuasion’
Austen’s last novel, like an Octavia Butler novel or a Charlie Kaufman script, shoves readers into a time-tunnel of consciousness. E.M Forster wrote, ‘In a novel, there is always a clock.’
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