Jane Austen, Emma : a casebook / edited by David Lodge.

Format
Book
Language
English
Εdition
Rev. ed.
Published/​Created
Basingstoke, Hampshire : Macmillan, 1991.
Description
249 pages ; 23 cm

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Subject(s)
Series
Casebook series [More in this series]
Bibliographic references
Includes bibliographical references (p. 242-243) and index.
Contents
  • I. Earlier comments, 1815-16. Some correspondence concerning Emma
  • Opinions of Emma, collected by Jane Austen. Contemporary reviews. II. Some opinions and criticism, 1816-1962. Susan Ferrier (1816)
  • Mary Russell Mitford (1816)
  • John Henry Newman (1837)
  • Charlotte Brontë (1850)
  • Anthony Trollope (1865)
  • Richard Simpson (1870)
  • Dublin Review (1870)
  • Lord Brabourne (1884)
  • Mrs Charles Malden (1889)
  • Walter Herries Pollock (1899)
  • William Dean Howells (1901)
  • Reginald Farrer (1917)
  • D.W. Harding (1940)
  • E.N. Hayes (1949)
  • Richard Poirier. III. Modern studies. Arnold Kettle: Emma (1951)
  • Marvin Mudrick: Irony as form: Emma (1952)
  • Lionel Trilling: Emma and the legend of Jane Austen (1957)
  • Wayne Booth: Control of distance in Jane Austen's Emma (1961)
  • Malcolm Bradbury: Jane Austen's Emma (1962)
  • Graham Hough: Narrative and dialogue in Jane Austen (1970)
  • Sandra M. Gilbert and Susan Gubar: Jane Austen's cover story (1979)
  • Adena Rosmarin: Misreading Emma: the powers and perfidies of narrative history (1984).
ISBN
  • 0333533658
  • 9780333533659
  • 0333533666 ((pbk.))
  • 9780333533666 ((pbk.))
LCCN
92156123
OCLC
25126931
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