"Emma Woodhouse, handsome, clever, and rich . . .". In the latest episode of TLS Voices (see below) we draw out the bicentennial celebrations for Jane Austen's Emma. As a forthcoming review in the TLS notes, the novel first appeared in print on December 23, 1815, after being advertised as published "this day" a week earlier; its title page, as above, is dated 1816, as was conventional for books published so late in the year. Walter Scott's perceptive review of it appeared in the Quarterly Review for October 1815, which seems to have actually appeared in March 1816. Within another few months, a few more reviews came out; they were generally kind, but hardly the stuff of literary legend . . . .