Some specific resources for Fall 2009 paper topics! Some interests you mentioned in the Library Instruction were Emma and Music, Emma and Gender, etc.
Remember, read the book's introduction, scan the table of contents, peruse the index, ...!!
Hi Dr. Stasio's ENG220. I hope this LibGuide helps you. Please email or visit me at the library if you have any questions or comments. Sincerely, Ms. Moon
The Jane Austen Society of North America publishes Persuasions Journal! Also, a famous New York Library puts on a Jane Austen Exhibit from November 6, 2009 to March 4, 2010.
Here is just a sampling of some of the journal titles that we have at the Cannon Memorial Library that have articles about Jane Austen's Emma and Eighteenth/Nineteenth Century Literature!
OCLC Worldcat can help you!
E-resources are available through CML! Remember, try using a scholarly E-book in your paper! We looked at the Oxford Encyclopedia of British Literature (E-reference resource) during the Library Instruction, but there are so many more to look at as well.
Also, we searched MLA International Bibliography through the EBSCOhost database.
Finally, we looked to see if we carried the full-text of a journal, Eighteenth Century Fiction, through the A-Z Journal List. Here is the result from that search:
Publisher: University of Toronto Press
Subject: Language and literature -- Literature (General) -- Prose. Prose fiction
Go to EBSCO's Academic Search Premier Package, and put this journal title in the Advanced Search, plus a keyword.
Check out the listing for Emma in the Index!!
Reference Books are some of the most useful sources to students and scholars, and unfortunately some of the least used!
Emma: The Flight from Womanhood is in Chapter 7 (pages 129-155).