Contents

Editor’s Note

Introduction to Emma on Film
Kenneth Turan

Emma Minus Its Narrator: Decorum and Class Consciousness in Film Versions of the Novel
Sarah R. Morrison

Emma, the Movies, and First-year Literature Classes
Robert Eggleston

Robbing the Roost: Reinventing Socialism in Diarmuid Lawrence’s Emma
Sally Palmer

The Cassandra of Highbury: Miss Bates on Film
Sue Parrill

Extensive Grounds and Classic Columns: Emma on Film
William Phillips and Louise Heal

Filming Highbury: Reducing the Community in Emma to the Screen
Linda Troost and Sayre Greenfield

The Social Constructions of Douglas McGrath’s Emma: Earning a Place on Miss Woodhouse’s Globe
Christine Colón

Emma and the Servants
Lisa Hopkins

Reviving Emma in a Clueless World: The Current Attraction to a Classic Structure
Melissa Mazmanian

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