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Routledge Studies in Eighteenth-Century Literature
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Table Of Contents
Introduction: The Novel and the Gift 1. Clarissa and the Hazards of the Gift 2. Reclaiming the Gift in Sir Charles Grandison 3. Three: The Gift and the Market in Cecilia 4. The Gift and the Nation in The Wanderer 5. Transforming the Gift in Mansfield Park 6. Trifling Presents in Emma Conclusion: Nothing better that I can do in the world
Linda Zionkowski is Professor of English at Ohio University, where she teaches eighteenth-century British literature. Her publications include Men's Work: Gender, Class, and the Professionalization of Poetry, 1660-1784; The Culture of the Gift in Eighteenth-Century England (with Cynthia Klekar); and most recently, articles on the musical culture of Jane Austen.