This text offers a challenge to critics informed by new theories about the essential indeterminacy of language and hence literature. Nevertheless, post-structuralist methodologies have played an increasingly important part in studies of "Emma" during the last 20 years. This collection brings together the most significant of these studies and, by means of the editor's introduction and context notes, helps the reader to assess the extent to which a revolution in critical practice has changed the understanding of Austen's classic novel.
Acknowledgements - General Editor's Preface - Introduction; D.Monaghan - Comic Symmetry in Jane Austen's Emma; B.Stovel - Emma and the Dangers of Individualism; A.M.Duckworth - Emma and the Democracy of Desire; B.Marie - Emma: Good Riddance; D.A.Miller - Emma as Charade and the Education of the Reader; J.M.Q.Davies - Reading Characters; Self, Society, and Text in Emma; J.Litvak - Intimacy in Emma; J.Thompson - Interrupted Friendships in Jane Austen's Emma; R.Perry - The Self-Contained: Emma; N.Armstrong - Georgic Comedy: The Fictive Territory of Jane Austen's Emma; P.H.Fry - Notes on Contributors - Bibliography - Index
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