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Jane Austen and Other Writers

Mansfield Park and Morgan’s Passing: Jane Austen’s and Anne Tyler’s Problem Novels
   Gene Koppel

Sense and Sensibility: An Eighteenth-Century Narrative
   Diane Shubinsky

Chances Are—The Role of Fortune in Jane Austen’s Novels
   Tina Enhoffer


“Of Course You Can Trust Me!”: Jane Austen’s Narrator in Northanger Abbey
   Henry N. Rogers III

Austen and “the Advantage of Height”
   Jean Graham

Metaphors of Control: Physicality in Emma and Clueless
   Sue Parrill

1998 Conference papers: Northanger Abbey, Gothic and More

Reading by the Book in Northanger Abbey
   Barbara Benedict

“Willy-Nilly” and Other Tales of Male-Tails: Rightful and Wrongful Laws of Landed Property in Northanger Abbey and Beyond
    Deirdre E. Gilbert

The Invention of Civility in Northanger Abbey
   Joseph Wiesenfarth

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