Table of contents for A Routledge literary sourcebook on Jane Austen's Emma / edited by Paula Byrne.


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CONTENTS LIST
Introduction
1: Contexts
Contextual Overview
Chronology
Contemporary Documents
Opinions of Emma collected and transcribed by Jane Austen (1816)
Austen, 'Love and Freindship' (1790)
Austen, 'The Watsons' (1804)
Oliver Goldsmith, The Vicar of Wakefield (1766)
John Gregory, A Father's Legacy to his Daughters (1774)
James Fordyce, The Character and Conduct of the Female Sex (1776)
Mary Wollstonecraft, A Vindication of the Rights of Woman (1792)
Fanny Burney, Camilla; or A Picture of Youth (1796)
Thomas Dibdin, The Birth-Day (1799)
Hannah More, Strictures on the Modern System of Female Education (1799)
2: Interpretations
Introduction
Early Critical Reception
Walter Scott, unsigned review in Quarterly Review (1816)
Unsigned review in The Champion (1816)
Unsigned notice in the Gentleman's Magazine (1816)
Walter Scott, journal entry (1826)
Charlotte Brontë on Jane Austen (1850)
George Henry Lewes, 'The Novels of Jane Austen' (1859)
Richard Simpson, unsigned essay (1870)
Modern Criticism
Henry James, 'The lesson of Balzac' (1905)
A. C. Bradley, 'Jane Austen' (1911)
Reginald Farrer, 'Jane Austen, ob. July 18, 1817' (1917)
D. W Harding, 'Regulated Hatred: An Aspect of the Work of Jane Austen' (1940)
Edmund Wilson, 'A Long Talk about Jane Austen' (1945)
F. R. Leavis, The Great Tradition (1948)
Arnold Kettle, 'Jane Austen: Emma' (1951)
Marvin Mudrick, 'Irony as Form: Emma' (1952)
Lionel Trilling, 'Emma and the Legend of Jane Austen' (1957)
Mark Shorer, 'The Humiliation of Emma Woodhouse' (1959)
Wayne Booth, 'Control of Distance in Jane Austen's Emma' (1961)
Alistair Duckworth, 'Emma and the Dangers of Individualism' (1971)
Marilyn Butler, 'Emma' (1975)
Julia Prewitt Brown, 'Civilization and the Contentment of Emma' (1979)
Sandra M. Gilbert and Susan Gubar, 'Jane Austen's Cover Story (and its Secret 
Agents)' (1979)
Jane Nardin. 'Jane Austen and the Problem of Leisure' (1981)
David Aers. 'Community and Morality: Towards Reading Jane Austen' (1981)
Joseph Litvak, 'Reading Characters: Self, Society, and Text in Emma' (1985)
Nancy Armstrong, 'The Self-Contained: Emma' (1987)
James Thompson, Between Self and World (1988)
Claudia L. Johnson, 'Emma: "Woman, Lovely Woman Reigns Alone"' (1988)
John Wiltshire, 'Emma: "the picture of health"' (1992)
Valentine Cunningham, "Games Texts Play" (1994)
Claudia L. Johnson, '"Not at all what a man should be!": Remaking English Manhood 
in Emma' (1995)
Juliet McMaster, 'Class' (1997)
Edward Copeland, 'Money' (1997)
Jonathan Bate, 'Culture and Environment: from Austen to Hardy' (1999)
Brian Southam, 'Emma: England, Peace and Patriotism' (2000)
Miranda Burgess, 'Austen, Radcliffe, and the Circulation of Britishness' (2000)
The Work in Performance
Nora Nachumi, '"As if!" Translating Austen's Ironic Narrator to Film' (1998)
3: Key Passages
Introduction
Key Passages of Emma
4: Further Reading
Recommended Editions
Further Reading




Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Austen, Jane, 1775-1817, Emma Sources