Gooneratne, Yasmine

Emory University: Biography with focus on career plus short introduction into her work, interview excerpts and selected bibliography

Reviews

This Inscrutable Englishman: Sir John D’Oyly, Baronet, 1774-1824

Peebles, Patrick. The Englishman Who Went Into the Hills. H-Net – Humanities & Social Sciences Online, 1999

Relative Merits:  A Personal Memoir of the Bandaranaike Family of Sri Lanka

Kantha, Sachi Sri. Rev. of Relative Merits. sangam.org, 2002 (July 18).

Masterpiece & other stories

Mukherjee, Meenakshi. Across Cultures. Ozlanka, 2003.

Interviews

Mohanty, Sachidananda. “I don’t write to a programme”. The Hindu, 2003 (January 5).

Writings by Yasmine Gooneratne

Fiction

Three Story Extracts. SPAN (No. 36), 1993. – two extracts fromRelative Merits: A Personal Memoir of the Bandaranaike Family of Sri Lanka (1986) and one from A Change of Skies (1991)

Essays / Articles

There was a young lady named Jane… Jane Austen Society of Australia, 1999. – article, first part dealing with history and analysis of the limerick form, second part on limerick competition at Jane Austen society, explaining criteria and commenting on numerous individual limericks

Making Sense: Jane Austen on the Screen. Jane Austen Society of Australia, Source: Intercultural Encounters: Studies in English Literatures, 1999.

Poetry

Migrant Prince. South Asian Women’s Forum, 2001 (August 20).

The Scribble; Touch Me Not; 5: The Courtyard; Newsletter; 6,000 ft Death Dive; Cave; Migrant Poet; Business People; Dead Poet. SPAN (No. 36), 1993. – eight poems

Non-Fiction

Rev. of Jane Austen by Deirdre Le Faye. Jane Austen Society of Australia, 1999.

Why a Jane Austen Society?. Jane Austen Society of Australia, 1999.

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