The Interdependence of Women in Tristram Shandy: A Chapter of Eyes, Sausages and Sciatica
Argues that eyes, sausages and sciatica are the images which the patterns of allusion and connection used in the novel `Tristram Shandy.' Focus of the book in matters in which women have an interest; Placidity in the eyes of character Walter Shandy's wife; Role of the eye in the melancholy; Possibilities inherent in the carriage of the eyes; Sciatica of the husbands in the novel.
English Language Notes
Bowden, Martha F. "The Interdependence of Women in Tristram Shandy: A Chapter of Eyes, Sausages, and Sciatica." English Language Notes 31.4 (1994) 40-47.