Women Writing about Money Paperback: Women's Fiction in England, 1790-1820 (Cambridge Studies in Romanticism)

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9780521616164: Women Writing about Money Paperback: Women's Fiction in England, 1790-1820 (Cambridge Studies in Romanticism)

This book addresses a paradox in the social and fictional lives of women in Jane Austen's time: access to money and its control. The author examines the professional lives of women authors and links the fantasy worlds of women's fiction with the social and economic realities of readers and writers.

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'Meticulously researched and solidly written, this study makes an invaluable contribution to the understanding of women's literature.' E. R. Baer, Gustavus Adolphus College

'Enlivened by many illustrations, this study goes beyond Jane Austen and even Maria Edgeworth ... in order to show the linkage between female authorship and the economic realities of the time.' University of California

'Edward Copeland draws on the current work in the history of consumption to illuminate his readings of popular literature.' Eighteenth Century Studies

'Copeland's well-illustrated and deeply-researched study can be enthusiastically recommended to students for the way it skillfully and tenaciously demonstrates the importance of reading what has become canonical writing alongside the popular, but now neglected, literature of its day.' Albion

'This book has considerable critical and scholarly depth in its discussion of the development in Minerva Press novels, from fictions of stark economic liability to visions of economic empowerment to frank celebrations of commercial life.' Studies in English Literature

' Essential reading for students of Austen … Copeland's book also stimulates interest in a commendably wide range of Austen's contemporaries.' Caroline Gonda, University of Dundee

'Edward Copeland's book is a solid and sensible study of the use and meaning of money in the lives of women as seen in the fiction of female writers. Perhaps the greatest contribution of the book is his discussion and analysis of the complex matrix of attitudes towards the employment of women.' Eighteenth Century Fiction

'Copeland's study is a thoroughly scholarly enterprise, and refreshing in its intimate familiarity with the (often extensive) oeuvres of not only the more prominent respectable authors like Charlotte Smith and Mary Brunton, but the host of now-forgotten Minerva favourites … I recommend Copeland's study as essential reading for those interest in women's fiction in the Romantic period, and it is especially useful in putting Jane Austen's preoccupation with money into context.' British Journal of Eighteenth-Century Studies

'Copeland … has undertaken the type of assiduous research that makes Women Writing About Money a fascinating history of the relations between economic details and gender in the period.' Amanda Gilroy, Romanticism

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