Jane Austen: Emma: Selection of Critical Essays (Casebook S. 2nd Revised edition)
By: David Lodge (editor)Paperback
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David Lodge's Emma was one of the first Macmillan Casebooks and has proved one of the most popular. Three new essays have been added in this new edition, reflecting new critical approaches such as feminism and deconstruction. The new material complements the classic studies by critics such as Arnold Kettle and Lionel Trilling. A revised and extended introduction puts the changing interpretation of Jane Austen's novel in historical context and, together with an updated Bibliography, directs the student to useful further reading.
Contributors include: Arnold Kettle, Lionel Trilling, Wayne Booth, Graham Hough, Sandra Gilbert and Susan Gubar
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2nd Revised edition
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