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Sunday, September 23, 2012

Annotated Edition Classics-Emma: An Annotated Edition by Jane Austen; Bharat Tandon, editor

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We, here at The Things You Can Read, have made a serious commitment to read the Classics (Book Blogger Appreciation Week post), and with this in mind, we noted that on September 17, 2012 a new annotated edition of Emma by Jane Austen has been released.  We love Jane Austen and we encourage anyone out there who is a Jane Austen fan or a Jane Austen Wanna-be fan to check this one out.

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Emma: An Annotated Edition by Jane Austen; Bharat Tandon, editor

Emma: An Annotated Edition

Emma: An Annotated Edition

Emma, perhaps the most technically accomplished of all of Austen’s novels, is also, after Pride and Prejudice, her most popular one. Its numerous film and television adaptations testify to the world’s enduring affection for the headstrong, often misguided Emma Woodhouse and her many romantic schemes. Like the previous volumes in Harvard’s celebrated annotated Austen series, Emma: An Annotated Edition is a beautiful and illuminating gift edition that will be treasured by readers.

Stimulating and helpful annotations appear in the book’s margins, offering information, definitions, and commentary. In his Introduction, Bharat Tandon suggests several ways to approach the novel, enabling a larger appreciation of its central concerns and accomplishments. Appearing throughout the book are many illustrations, often in color, which help the reader to better picture the Regency-era world that serves as the stage for Emma’s matchmaking adventures.

Whether explaining the intricacies of early nineteenth-century dinner etiquette or speculating on Highbury’s deliberately imprecise geographical location, Tandon serves as a delightful and entertaining guide. For those coming to the novel for the first time or those returning to it, Emma: An Annotated Edition offers a valuable portal to Austen’s world.

Published September 17th 2012 by Belknap Press
ISBN 0674048849 (ISBN13: 9780674048843)
edition language English 
Harvard University Press

Harvard University Press: Emma: An Annotated Edition by Jane Austen
Harvard University Press

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