Joe Wright’s PRIDE & PREJUDICE (2005)

Contents

Editors’ Note

Message from the President

FROM EVERY WINDOW . . . BEAUTIES

Jane Austen and Mud:  Pride & Prejudice (2005), British Realism, and the Heritage Film
Carol M. Dole

Inside Out/Outside In: Pride & Prejudice on Film 2005
Laurie Kaplan

Location, Location, Location:  The Spaces of  Pride & Prejudice
Mary M. Chan

“What are men to rocks and mountains?” Romanticism in Joe Wright's Pride & Prejudice
Sarah Ailwood

DOMESTIC FELICITY IN SO UNUSUAL A FORM

Style over Substance?  Pride & Prejudice (2005) Proves Itself a Film for Our Time
Catherine Stewart-Beer

Little Women at Longbourn: The Re-Wrighting of  Pride and Prejudice
Sally B. Palmer

A Bennet Utopia:  Adapting the Father in  Pride and Prejudice
Barbara K. Seeber

HIGH ANIMAL SPIRITS, OR IN A WAY TO BE VERY MUCH IN LOVE

“The Most Determined Flirt”: The Dynamics of Romantic Uncertainty in Joe Wright's Pride & Prejudice
Rachel Gollay

Sex and the Scullery: The New Pride & Prejudice
Jen Camden

The Offending Pig:  Determinism in the Focus Features Pride & Prejudice
Kathleen Anderson

SUCH DAYS AS THESE

Joe Wright’s Pride & Prejudice:  From Classicism to Romanticism
Lydia Martin

“Just What a Young Man Ought to Be”:  The 2005 Pride & Prejudice and Transitional Ideas of Gentility
Ann M. Tandy

I am a gentleman’s daughter”?  Translating Class from Austen’s Page to the Twenty-first-century Screen
Megan A. Woodworth

“A Fearsome Thing to Behold”?  The Accomplished Woman in Joe Wright's Pride & Prejudice
Juliette Wells

WHAT AN AMIABLE LIGHT

Framing Heritage: The Role of Cinematography in Pride & Prejudice
Jessica Durgan

Books and Letters in Joe Wright's Pride & Prejudice (2005): Anticipating the Spectator's Response through the Thematization of Film Adaptation
David Roche

Staging intimacy and interiority in Joe Wright's Pride & Prejudice (2005)
Anne-Marie Paquet-Deyris

Pride and Prejudice Reloaded: Navigating the Space of Pemberley
Joyce
Goggin

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