PERSUASIONS ON-LINE V.23, NO.1 (Winter 2002)

Jane Austen Bibliography for 2001

Barry Roth is a Professor of English at Ohio University and the author of three annotated bibliographies of the work of Jane Austen (UP Virginia, 1973 and 1985, and Ohio UP, 1996).

 Abbott, Robert. Jane Austen. Variation: A Beginner’s Guide. London: Hodder & Stoughton Educational, 2001. 

Barron, Stephanie. Jane and the Prisoner of Wool House. Jane Austen Mystery 6. New York: Bantam, 2001. 

Bernard, Catherine. Pride and prejudice, Jane Austen: Dans l’oeil du paradoxe. Paris: Ellipses, 2001. 

Bray, Joe. “The Source of ‘Dramatized Consciousness’: Richardson, Austen, and Stylistic Influence.” Style 35 (2001): 18-33. 

Breuer, Horst. “Konversationssatire in James Joyce ‘Wandering Rocks’ (mit einem Seitenblick auf Jane Austen).” Erzahlen und Erzahlteorie im 20. Jahrhundert. Ed. Jorg Helbig. Heidelberg: Winter, 2001. 303-20. 

Brownstein, Rachel. “Personal Experience Paper.” Personal Effects: The Social Character of Scholarly Writing. Ed. Deborah H. Holdstein and David Bleich. Logan, UT: Utah State UP, 2001. 220-31. 

A Century of Wills from Jane Austen’s Family, 1705-1806. Introductions by Jon Spence. Paddington, N.S.W.: Jane Austen Soc. of Australia, 2001. 

Cossy, Valerie. “An English Touch: Laurence Sterne, Jane Austen, et le roman sentimental en Suisse romande.” Annales Benjamin Constant 25 (2001): 131-60. 

Dames, Nicholas. “Austen’s Nostalgics.” Representations 73 (2001): 117-43. 

Doody, Margaret Anne. “‘A Good Memory Is Unpardonable’: Self, Love, and the Irrational Irritation of Memory.” Eighteenth-Century Fiction 14 (2001): 67-94. 

Duane, Anna Mae.  “Confusions of Guilt and Complications of Evil: Hysteria and the High Price of Love at Mansfield Park.” Studies in the Novel 33 (2001): 402-15. 

Dunn, S. “Jane Austen in Egg Harbor; Dostoevsky in Wildwood, Poetry.” Michigan Alumnus Quarterly Review 40 (2001): 501-4. 

Eckstut, Arielle, and Dennis Ashton. Pride & Promiscuity: The Lost Sex Scenes of Jane Austen. New York: Simon & Schuster, 2001. 

Edgecombe, Rodney S. “Change and Fixity in Sense and Sensibility.” SEL: Studies in English Literature 41 (2001): 605-22. 

Fawcett, Trevor. Bath Administer’d: Corporation Affairs at the 18th-Century Spa. Bath: Ruton, 2001. 

Fullerton, Susannah, and Anne Harbers. Jane Austen: Antipodean Views. Neutral Bay, N.S.W.: Wellington Lane, 2001. 

Geng, Li-Ping. “The Loiterer and Jane Austen’s Literary Identity.” Eighteenth-Century Fiction 13 (2001): 579-92. 

Goldstein, Philip. “Feminism and Poststructuralist Criticism: The Reception of Pride and Prejudice.” Communities of Cultural Value: Reception Study, Political Differences, and Literary History. Lanham, MD: Lexington, 2001. 83-111. 

Gray, Donald, ed. Jane Austen, Pride and Prejudice: An Authoritative Text, Backgrounds and Sources, Criticism. 3rd ed. Norton Critical Ed. New York: Norton, 2001. 

Gross, Gloria Sybil. “In a Fast Coach with a Pretty Woman: Jane Austen and Samuel Johnson.” Age of Johnson: A Scholarly Annual 12 (2001): 199-253. 

Hale, John K. “Austen’s Emma.” Explicator 59 (2001): 122-24. 

Huntley, Dana. “The Victorian Novel.” British Heritage 22 (June-July 2001): 50-56. 

Hurst, Jane. Jane Austen and Alton. [Alton, Hants?]: J. Hurst, 2001. 

“Jane Austen in Love.” Victoria 15 (June 2001): 33. 

The Jane Austen Society: Report for 2001. [Winchester]: Jane Austen Soc., 2001. 

Knights, Elspeth. “’The Library, of Course, Afforded Everything’: Jane Austen’s Representation of Women Readers.” English: The Journal of the English Assoc. 50 (2001): 19-38. 

Le Faye, Deirdre. Jane Austen’s World. London: Frances Lincoln, 2001. 

_____. “Lord Brabourne’s Edition of Jane Austen’s Letters.” Review of English Studies ns 52 (2001): 91-102. 

Leung, William. “Crouching Sensibility, Hidden Sense.” Film Criticism 26 (Fall 2001): 42 –55. 

Mabry, Rochelle. “Fighting Fire with Fire: Reclaiming Phallocentric Conventions in Feminine Costume Dramas.” West Virginia Univ. Philological Papers 48 (2001-2): 107-14. 

Martín Higarza, Pilar Cristina. “’Follies and Nonsense, Whims and Inconsistencies’: La Socialización del Humor en las Novelas de Jane Austen.” Estudios sobre Humor Literario. Ed. Jorge Figueroa Dorrego et al. Vigo: Servicio de Publicacións da Universidade de Vigo, 2001. 109-19. 

Minma, Shinobu. “Self-Deception and Superiority Complex: Derangement of Hierarchy in Jane Austen’s Emma.” Eighteenth-Century Fiction 14 (2001): 49-65. 

Miyazaki, Toshizo. “Tanjun na hanashi (5): Kaiwa.” Eigo Seinen/Rising Generation 8 (2001): 275. 

Mortensen, Peter. “Jane Austen, naturligvis.” Bogens verden 83 (2001): 38. 

Mulvihill, James. “A Burke Source for the Opening of Austen’s Pride and Prejudice.” English Language Notes 38 (Mar. 2001): 68-70. 

Nathan, Melissa. Persuading Annie. London: Piatkus, 2001. 

Nyquist, Mary. “Determining Influences: Resistance and Mentorship in The House of Mirth and the Anglo-American Realist Tradition.” New Essays on The House of Mirth. Ed. Deborah Esch. New York: Cambridge UP, 2001. 43-105. 

Peck, John. “Jane Austen’s Sailors.” Maritime Fiction: Sailors and the Sea in British and American Novels, 1719-1917. New York: Palgrave, 2001. 30-49. 

Persuasions: The Jane Austen Journal 23 (2001). 

Persuasions: The Jane Austen Journal On-Line 22.1 (2001). 

Persuasions: The Jane Austen Journal On-Line Occasional Papers No. 4 (2001). 

Raphael, Linda S. “Persuasion: A Conflict of Passion and Reason.” Narrative Skepticism: Moral Agency and Representations of Consciousness in Fiction. Madison, [NJ]: Fairleigh Dickinson UP; Cranbury, NJ: Associated UP, 2001. 26-57. 

Ray, Joan Klingel. “Austen’s Sense and Sensibility.” Explicator 60 (2001): 15-19. 

“Reality, Unreality, and the Novel.” New Republic 5 Feb. 2001: 25-28. 

Reginald, Robert. “Saving Jane Austen.” Katydid & Other Critters: Tales of Fantasy and Mystery. Riverside, CA: Ariadne, 2001. 68-94. 

Richardson, Alan. “Of Heartache and Head Injury: Minds, Brains, and the Subject of Persuasion.” British Romanticism and the Science of the Mind. Cambridge Studies in Romanticism 47. New York: Cambridge UP, 2001. 93-113. 

Rogers, Jane, ed. “Austen, Jane.” Good Fiction Guide. New York: Oxford UP, 2001. 151-52. 

Ruth, Amy. Jane Austen. A&E Biography. Minneapolis: Lerner, 2001. 

Segal, Lore. “The Uses of Story: Jane Austen on Our Unwillingness to Be Parted from Our Money.” Antioch Review 59 (2001): 252-58. 

Shields, Carol. Jane Austen. Penguin Lives. New York: Viking, 2001.  

Sichtermann, Barbara, and Ulrike Braun. “Jane Austen.” 50 klassiker Frauen: Die berühmtesten Frauengestalten.  Gerstenberg visuell. Hildesheim: Gerstenberg, 2001.   122-27. 

Silver, Marc. “Like Jane Austen, Only Jewish.” U.S. News & World Report 12 Mar. 2001: 82. 

Simons, Judy. “Jane Austen: Persuasion.” Literature in  Context. Ed. Rick Rylance and Judy Simons. New York: Palgrave, 2001. 91-104. 

Southam, B. C. Jane Austen’s Literary Manuscripts: A Study  of the Novelist’s Development through the Surviving Papers. New ed. New York: Athlone, 2001.  

Whitcomb, Claire. “Plainly Jane.” Victoria 15 (June 2001): 32-33. 

Wilson, Margaret. Jane Austen’s Family and Tonbridge. Chawton: Jane Austen Soc. in association with the Kent Branch, 2001. 

Wiltshire, John. Recreating Jane Austen. New York: Cambridge UP, 2001. 

“With Sex and Sensibility, Scholars Redefine Jane Austen.” Chronicle of Higher Education 8 Aug. 2001: A10-12.

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