Contents

Editor’s Note

Born to Diverge:
An Evolutionary Perspective on Sibling Personality Development in Austen’s Novels

Peter W. Graham  

Jane Austen’s Emma and Empire: 
A Postcolonial View

Kuldip Kaur Kuwahara

 

Thread-cases, Pin-cushions, and Card-racks:
Women’s Work in the City in Jane Austen’s Persuasion

Susan E. Jones

 

Slipping the Leash:
Lady Bertram’s Lapdog

Sally B. Palmer

 

To Govern the Winds:
Dangerous Acquaintances at Mansfield Park

Colleen A. Sheehan

 

Sir Walter Elliot’s Looking-Glasses, Mary Musgrove’s Sofa, and Anne Elliot’s Chair:
Exteriority/Interiority, Intimacy/Society

Laurie Kaplan


Modernizing Mansfield Park:
Patricia Rozema’s Spin on Jane Austen

Kathi Groenendyk


Aristos or Aristocracy?
Alliances in Emma

Marti D. Lee

 

“One has got all the goodness, and the other all the appearance of it”:
The Development of Darcy in Pride and Prejudice

Jennifer Preston Wilson

 

Speaking of Silence: 
Speech and Silence as a Subversive Means of Power in Jane Austen’s Sense and Sensibility

Michal Beth Dinkler

Emma at Box Hill:
A Very Questionable Day of Pleasure

Susan Rogers

Elizabeth and Mr. Bennet
Ivor Morris


The View and Patronage of Mansfield Park
Sarah J. Muse

 

A Feminist Connection:
Jane Austen and Mary Wollstonecraft

Miriam Ascarelli


Jane Austen Works and Studies 2003

Barry Roth

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