Enhance your exploration of this year's theme with these resources and information.


The following articles are from Persuasions On-Line:

Colleen Sheehan, “Jane Austen’s ‘Tribute to the Prince Regent: A Gentleman Riddled with Difficulty” (http://www.jasna.org/persuasions/on-line/vol27no1/sheehan.htm).

Johann R. Morse, “The Course of True Love Never Did Run Smooth — Shakespearian Comedy in Emma” (http://www.jasna.org/persuasions/on-line/vol26no1/morse.htm).

Ivor Morris, “The Enigma of Harriet Smith” (http://www.jasna.org/persuasions/on-line/vol26no1/morris.htm).

Kuldys Kuwahara, “Jane Austen’s Emma and Empire: A Post-Colonialist View”(http://www.jasna.org/persuasions/on-line/vol25no1/kuwahara.html).

Susan Rogers, “Emma and Box Hill: A Very Questionable Day of Pleasure”
(http://www.jasna.org/persuasions/on-line/vol25no1/rogers.html).

Sheryl B. Craig “The Value of a Good Income: Money in Emma” (http://www.jasna.org/persuasions/on-line/vol22no1/craig.html).

Susan Morgan, “Adoring the Girl Next Door: Geography in Austen” (http://www.jasna.org/persuasions/on-line/vol21no1/morgan.html).

Sue Parrell, “Metaphors of Control: Physicality in Emma and Clueless” (http://www.jasna.org/persuasions/on-line/vol20no1/parrill.html).


The following articles are from Persuasions:

Susan A. Ford, “How to Read and Why: Emma’s Gothic Mirrors,” No. 25.

Also see, in this volume, several papers included in the National Humanities Center Seminar on Emma.

David Selwyn, “Games & Play in Jane Austen’s Literary Structures,” No. 23

David C. MacWilliams, “Hurrying into the Shrubbery — The Sublime, Transcendence & the Garden Scene in Emma,” No.23.