Table of contents for Women writing about money : women's fiction in England, 1790-1820 / Edward Copeland.


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Introduction
1. The general calamity: the want of money
2. Gothic economics: the 1790s
3. The gifts of heaven: consumer power, 1800-1820
4. Shopping for signs: Jane Austen and the pseudo-gentry
5. Picturing the heroine
The Lady's Magazine 1770-1820. 6. Fictions of employment: female accomplishments
7. Writing for money: authors and heroines
Notes
Bibliography
Index.


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: English fiction 19th century History and criticism, Money in literature, English fiction Women authors History and criticism, English fiction 18th century History and criticism, Women and literature England History 18th century, Women and literature England History 19th century, Women novelists, English Economic conditions, Women England Economic conditions, Women England Social conditions, Economics in literature, Romanticism England