Approaches to teaching Austen's Mansfield Park /

"There were no reviews of Mansfield Park when it first appeared in 1814. Austen's reputation grew in the Victorian period, but it was only in the twentieth century that formal and sustained criticism began of this work, which addresses the controversies of its time more than Austen's...

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Other Authors: Folsom, Marcia McClintock (Editor), Wiltshire, John (Editor)
Format: Book
Published:New York : The Modern Language Association of America, 2014.
Series:Approaches to teaching world literature ; 135.
Table of Contents:
  • Gifts always come with strings attached : teaching Mansfield Park in the context of gift theory / Dorice Williams Elliott
  • Mansfield Park : Austen's most teachable novel / Pamela Bromberg
  • Mansfield Park's textual metamorphoses / Laura Carroll
  • Suggestions of desire in horse riding, foxhunting, and music making in Mansfield Park / Karyn Lehner
  • The price of a maxim : plausibility in Fanny's happy ending / Monica F. Cohen
  • Speculation in Mansfield Park / Regulus Allen
  • Mansfield Park and the family : love, hate, and sibling relations / Kay Souter
  • Questions of interiority : from Pride and Prejudice to Mansfield Park / Julia Prewitt Brown
  • Understanding Fanny Price : close reading early scenes / Anne Mallory
  • Authorities of the Crawfords / Peter W. Graham
  • Reading with Mansfield Park's readers / Susan Allen Ford
  • Understanding Mansfield Park through the rehearsals for Lover's vows / Penny Gay
  • The tragic action of Mansfield Park / Sarah Emsley
  • Avenues, parks, wilderness, and ha-has : the use and abuse of landscape in Mansfield Park / Inger Sigrun Bredkjaer Brodey
  • Samuel Johnson and the morality of Mansfield Park / Deborah J. Knuth Klenck
  • Reading aloud in Mansfield Park / Laura Dabundo
  • Mansfield Park and the pedagogy of geography / Lynn Voskuil
  • "That was now the home" : nationalism and imperialism in Mansfield Park / Lisa Kasmer
  • "You do not know me" : reformation and rights in Mansfield Park / Paula Loscocco.