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In her re-examination of Jane Austen's Anglicanism White suggests that engaging with Austen's world in all its strangeness and remoteness reveals the novelist's intensely different presumptions about the cosmos and human nature. White argues that viewing Austen's Anglicanism through the lens of primary sources of the period provides a context for understanding the central conflict between Austen's malicious wit and her family's testimony to her Christian piety and kindness.

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