Jane Austen: Facts and Problems.
The Clark Lectures. Trinity College, Cambridge, 1948. Chapman described this collection of essays as "neither biography nor systematic criticism, but an attempt to marshal the evidence and state the problems, biographical or critical, that confront the inquiring Janeite." Bibliography, chronology, iconography, a survey of criticism to 1948, and notes on the novels. Oxford navy blue cover with page green dust jacket. Jacket, in mylar, with spine sun-faded and has penciled notes inside back flap. Book is Near Fine. 224 pgs. Oxford University Press. 1949 reprint of 1948 1st edition. USED. $35.00