From Longman's Cultural Editions series, Emma, edited by Frances Ferguson, presents Jane Austen’s novel with illuminations from various contexts, ranging from first reviews, to the entertainments of riddles and charades, the vogue of gothic fiction, the plight of governesses that had their situations compared to slavery, and the economy of English estates.
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The following Longman Cultural Editions are available now: Beowulf, Hamlet (2nd edition), Othello, Pride and Prejudice, Frankenstein, Hard Times, Northanger Abbey, King Lear, and The Merchant of Venice.
Titles available for fall include: Wollstonecraft, Emma, and Henry IV, Parts 1 & 2.
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Table of Contents
List of Illustrations.
About Longman Cultural Editions.
About This Edition.
Table of Dates.
Text of Emma.
Jane Austen’s Letters.
Charades, Riddles, and Conundrums.
What They Were Reading.
Governesses, Slaves, and Wives.
Early Reactions to Emma.
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