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  • Paperback: 232 pages
  • Publisher: University Press of Kentucky; 2 edition (31 Jan. 2001)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0813190061
  • ISBN-13: 978-0813190068
  • Product Dimensions: 15.2 x 1.4 x 22.9 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
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"Mediating between the Austen novels and the films, the essays in this collection are most illuminatory of the differences between the two historical periods. Is it a surprise that Austen's heroes, rather than her heroines, have had to be revised?" -- "Betty Rizzo"

"This book has something for both the Austen scholar and the Austen enthusiast." -- "Booklist"

"Few scholarly works excite sufficient demand to require a second edition within three yours of the first publication, but this collection of essays on Austen and Hollywood has attracted an audience far beyond academe." -- "Eighteenth Century Current Bibliography"

"An excellent example of literary criticism, as each of the fourteen essays is well-researched and scholarly but with a touch of humor." -- "Film & History"

"[These articles] are engaging and sure to spark discussion" -- "Library Journal"

"Such a book was sure to follow the Austen explosion and we welcome it." -- "Literature/Film Quarterly"

"Mediating between the Austen novels and the films, the essays in this collection are most illuminatory of the differences between the two historical periods. Is it a surprise that Austen's heroes, rather than her heroines, have had to be revised?" -- Betty Rizzo



"This book has something for both the Austen scholar and the Austen enthusiast." -- Booklist



"Few scholarly works excite sufficient demand to require a second edition within three yours of the first publication, but this collection of essays on Austen and Hollywood has attracted an audience far beyond academe." -- Eighteenth Century Current Bibliography



"An excellent example of literary criticism, as each of the fourteen essays is well-researched and scholarly but with a touch of humor." -- Film & History



"[These articles] are engaging and sure to spark discussion" -- Library Journal



"Such a book was sure to follow the Austen explosion and we welcome it." -- Literature/Film Quarterly



-Mediating between the Austen novels and the films, the essays in this collection are most illuminatory of the differences between the two historical periods. Is it a surprise that Austen's heroes, rather than her heroines, have had to be revised?- -- Betty Rizzo



-This book has something for both the Austen scholar and the Austen enthusiast.- -- Booklist



-Few scholarly works excite sufficient demand to require a second edition within three yours of the first publication, but this collection of essays on Austen and Hollywood has attracted an audience far beyond academe.- -- Eighteenth Century Current Bibliography



-An excellent example of literary criticism, as each of the fourteen essays is well-researched and scholarly but with a touch of humor.- -- Film & History



-[These articles] are engaging and sure to spark discussion- -- Library Journal



-Such a book was sure to follow the Austen explosion and we welcome it.- -- Literature/Film Quarterly


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