|1||Gender, Development, and the Bildungsroman||15|
|2||Amatory Fiction as Precursor to the Bildungsroman||42|
|3||Reacting to Romance and Building the Bildungsroman: The Female Quixote and Betsy Thoughtless||63|
|4||Evelina: Appearing to be a Bildungsroman||88|
|5||Seeing and “Fit to be seen”: Emma Woodhouse and Elizabeth Bennet||114|
|6||Jane Eyre and the Self-Constructed Heroine||138|
|Epilogue: Growing Up After the Bildungsroman: Tragic Paradigms||162|
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Publication information: Book title: Appearing to Diminish: Female Development and the British Bildungsroman, 1750-1850. Contributors: Lorna Ellis - Author. Publisher: Bucknell University Press. Place of publication: Lewisburg, PA. Publication year: 1999. Page number: 5.
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