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|Publisher:||University of Iowa Press|
|Product dimensions:||5.50(w) x 8.40(h) x 0.70(d)|
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Table of Contents
Introduction. What Would Jane Do? 1
1 "Universal Truths" Are Anything But 9
Like Elizabeth Bennet from Pride and Prejudice, know your inherent value.
2 Being "Mistress of Myself" Ain't Easy, Sister 39
Like Elinor Dashwood from Sense and Sensibility, respond to difficulty with an internal calm, acceptance, and problem-solving resilience.
3 In Defense of Sea-Faring Folks with Weathered Skin 67
Like Anne Elliot from Persuasion, choose and claim your hard work and merit.
4 A Better Guide in Ourselves 91
Like Fanny Price of Mansfield Park, insist on faithfully following your internal moral compass.
5 "Learning to Love Is the Thing" 111
Like Catherine Morland of Northanger Abbey, protect and retain your internal childlike dreaming, wonder, curiosity, passion, and hope.
6 She Thinks "A Little Too Well of Herself" 135
Like Emma Woodhouse from Emma, learn from a place of openness and humility.
7 Putting It All Together: Internally Referenced Leadership as Balanced Paradox 157
Conclusion. How Internally Referenced Leadership Is a Fine Balance 161