PERSUASIONS ON-LINE V.28, NO.1 (Winter 2007)

Jane Austen Bibliography for 2006


Barry Roth

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).


Arai, Megumi.  “Osutin to eiga.”  Eigo Seinen/Rising Generation 152 (May 2006): 90-92.


Armah, Ayi Kwei.  “Don’t Mention Slavery.”  New African (July 2006): 44-47.


Aroutian, Joanna.  “The Sexual Family in Mansfield Park.”  European Romantic Review 17 (2006): 229-35.


Ascheid, Antje.  “Safe Rebellions: Romantic Emancipation in the ‘Woman’s Heritage Film.’”  Scope: An Online Journal of Film Studies 4 (Feb. 2006).


Ballaster, Ros.  “Observing the Letter.”  English Review 17 (Nov. 2006): 2-5.


Bardi, Abby.  “The Gypsy as Trope in Victorian and Modern British Literature.”  Romani Studies 16 (2006): 31-42.


Barron, Stephanie.  Jane and the Barque of Frailty: Being a Jane Austen Mystery.  New York: Bantam, 2006.


Benedict, Barbara M., and Deirdre Le Faye, eds.  Jane Austen: Northanger Abbey.  Cambridge Edition of the Works of Jane Austen.  New York: Cambridge UP, 2006.


Bennett, Veronica.  Cassandra’s Sister.  London: Walker, 2006.


Black, Jeremy.  “Memorabilia.”  Notes & Queries 53 (2006): 6.


Blackwell, Mark.  “Harriet’s ‘Tooth Amiss’ and Transplantation in Emma.”  Modern Philology 103 (2006): 474-97.


Blend, Oscar.  “Cautionary Tales.”  New Statesman 4 Dec. 2006: 14-15.


Bolton, Lesley.  The Jane Austen Miscellany.  Naperville, IL: Sourcebooks, 2006.


Boot, William.  “Sense and Stupidity.”  Bookseller 27 Jan. 2006: 50.


Brann, Eva T. H.  A Slanting Light on Pride and Prejudice.  Annapolis: St. John’s College, 2006.


Brimacombe, Peter.  “My Bit of Britain.”  In Britain 15 (June 2006): 70-75.


Camden, Jen.  “Money, Matrimony, and Memory: Secondary Heroines in Radcliffe, Austen, and Cooper.”  Sullen Fires across the Atlantic: Essays in Transatlantic Romanticism.  Ed. Lance Newman, Chris Koenig-Woodyard, and Joel Pace.  College Park: U of Maryland, 2006.  47 para.


Carr, Jean Ferguson.  “The Polemics of Incomprehension: Mother and Daughter in Pride and Prejudice.”  Diversifying the Discourse: The Florence Howe Award for Outstanding Feminist Scholarship, 1990-2004.  Ed. Mihoko Suzuki and Roseanna Dufault.  New York: MLA, 2006.  1-16.


Cho, Sonjeong.  “The Marriage Plot and Its Discontents: Choreographies of Erotic Subjectivity in Jane Austen.”  An Ethics of Becoming: Configurations of Feminine Subjectivity in Jane Austen, Charlotte Brontë, and George Eliot.  New York: Routledge, 2006.  47-97.


Christiansen, Rupert.  “Literary Aunts.”  The Complete Book of Aunts.  London: Faber and Faber. 2006.  63-87.


Cohen, Paula Marantz.  Jane Austen in Scarsdale, or Love, Death, and the SATs.  New York: St. Martin’s, 2006.


Copeland, Edward, ed.  Jane Austen: Sense and Sensibility.  Cambridge Edition of the Works of Jane Austen.  New York: Cambridge UP, 2006.


Core, Karen.  “Jane Austen in Scarsdale, or Love, Death, and the SATS.”  Library Journal 15 Mar. 2006: 64.


Cossy, Valérie.  Jane Austen in Switzerland: A Study of the Early French Translations.  Geneva: Slatkine, 2006.


Davidson, Jenny.  “Professional Education and Female Accomplishments: Gender and Education in Maria Edgeworth’s Patronage.”  Eighteenth-Century Women: Studies in Their Lives, Work, and Culture 4 (2006): 259-85.


Davis, Doris.  “‘Who Ever Deserve to Look on It at All’: Landscape, Sea, and Myth in Austen’s Persuasion.”  CEA Critic 68 (Spring/Summer 2006): 33-47.


Day, Malcolm.  Voices from the World of Jane Austen.  Cincinnati, OH: David & Charles, 2006.


“Dear Reader. . . .”  London Review of Books 26 Jan. 2006: 24.


Dennys, Harriet.  “Clash of the Classics.”  Bookseller 16 June 2006: 24-25.


Despotopoulou, Anna.  “Girls on Film: Postmodern Renderings of Jane Austen and Henry James.”  Yearbook of English Studies 36 (2006): 115-30.


Dow, Gillian.  “‘Je me suis permis, suivant ma coutume, quelques légers changements’: Jane Austen ‘translated’ by Isabelle du Montolieu.”  La Traduction du discourse amoureux 1660-1830.  Ed. Annie Cointre, Annie Rivara, and Florence Lautel-Ribstein.  Metz: Centre d’Etudes de la Traduction, Univ. de Metz, 2006.  155-69.


Downie, J. A.  “Who Says She’s a Bourgeois Writer? Reconsidering the Social and Political Contexts of Jane Austen’s Novels.”  Eighteenth-Century Studies 40 (2006): 69-84.


Dreifus, Erika.  “Austen in Focus.”  Writer 119 (Jan. 2006): 10.


Elyot, Amanda.  By a Lady: Being the Adventures of an Enlightened American in Jane Austen’s England.  NewYork: Three Rivers, 2006.


Emsley, Sarah, ed.  Jane Austen and the North Atlantic: Essays from the 2005 Jane Austen Society Conference in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.  [Hampshire, Eng.?] Jane Austen Society, 2006.


“Emulating Jane.”  Booklist 1 Sept. 2006: 53.


Ferguson, Frances, ed.  Jane Austen’s Emma.  Longman Cultural Ed.  New York: Pearson/Longman, 2006.


Ferrara, Jennifer.  “Austen’s Powers.”  Touchstone: A Journal of Mere Christianity 19 (Mar. 2006): 19-21.


Ferreccio, Giuliana.  “Autorità, autore e personaggio in Mansfield Park.”  Studi Francesi 50 (2006): 281-99.


Fullerton, Susannah.  Jane Austen and Crime.  [Madison, WI]: Jones, 2006.


Galperin, William.  “‘Describing What Never Happened’: Jane Austen and the History of Missed Opportunities.”  ELH 73 (2006): 355-82.


Geraghty, Christine.  “Jane Austen Meets Gurinder Chadha.”  South Asian Popular Culture 4 (2006): 163-68.


Goubert, Pierre.  “La Théâtralité dans l’oeuvre de Jane Austen.”  Bulletin de la Société d’Etudes Anglo-Américaines des XVIIe et XVIIIe Siècles 63 (2006): 85-95.


Grange, Amanda.  Mr. Knightley’s Diary.  London: Hale, 2006.


Greenfield, Susan C.  “The Absent-Minded Heroine, or Elizabeth Bennet Has a Thought.”  Eighteenth-Century Studies 39 (2006): 337-50.


Hall, Dennis.  “Jane Austen, Meet Jerry Seinfeld.”  Seinfeld, Master of Its Domain: Revisiting Television’s Greatest Sitcom.  Ed. David Lavery and Sara Lewis Dunne.  New York: Continuum, 2006.  72-76.


Halsey, Katie.  “The Blush of Modesty or the Blush of Shame? Reading Jane Austen’s Blushes.”  Forum for Modern Language Studies 42 (2006): 226-38.


Harris, Jocelyn.  “Domestic Virtues and National Importance: Lord Nelson, Captain Wentworth, and the English Napoleonic War Hero.”  Eighteenth-Century Fiction 19 (2006): 181-205.


Henderson, Lauren.  Jane Austen’s Guide to Romance: The Regency Rules.  London: Headline Review, 2006.


Henderson, Samantha.  “Five Ways Jane Austen Never Died.”  Fantasy: The Best of the Year, 2006 Edition.  Ed. Rich Horton.  Rockville, MD: Prime, 2006.  95-105.


Hewson, Lance.  “La Travestissement du discours amoureux: Deux Romans de Jane Austen en traduction.”  La Traduction du discours amoureux 1660-1830.  Ed. Annie Cointre, Annie Rivara, and Florence Lautel-Ribstein.  Metz: Centre d’Etudes de la Traduction, Univ. de Metz, 2006.  171-82.


Heydt-Stevenson, Jillian.  “‘Pleasure Is Now, and Ought to Be, Your Business’: Stealing Sexuality in Jane Austen’s Juvenilia.”  Historicizing Romantic Sexuality.”  Ed. Richard C. Sha.  College Park: U of Maryland P, 2006.  44 para.


Hinnant, Charles H.  “Jane Austen’s ‘Wild Imagination’: Romance and the Courtship Plot in the Six Canonical Novels.”  Narrative 14 (2006): 294-310.


“Hit the Road, Jane.”  American Theatre 23 (Feb. 2006): 12-13.


Hopley, Claire.  “Pride and Prejudice.”  British Heritage 27 (Sept. 2006): 57-58.


Hudelet, Ariane.  Pride and Prejudice: Jane Austen et Joe Wright.  Paris: Armand Colin, 2006.


Hughes, Clair.  “Talk about Muslin: Jane Austen’s Northanger Abbey.”  Dressed in Fiction.  New York: Berg, 2006.  33-46.


Huntley, Dana.  “On the Christmas List.”  British Heritage 26 (Jan. 2006): 8.


Iwata, Yoriko.  Jein Osutin no koseiryoku to ‘kakeochi kon’: Funbetsu to takan, Mansufirudo paku.”  Eigo Seinen/Rising Generation 152 (May 2006): 74-75.


Jackson, H. J.  “Raising the Unread: Mary Brunton and Jane Austen.”  Times Literary Supplement 7 Apr. 2006: 14-15.


“Jane Austen.”  Women Who Changed the World: Fifty Inspirational Women Who Shaped History.  London: Smith Davies, 2006.  50-53.


“Jane Austen Gets Romance Makeover.”  Bookseller 13 Jan. 2006: 3.


The Jane Austen Society: Report for 2006.  [Winchester]: Jane Austen Soc., 2006.


Javis, Simon.  “Guides through the Park.”  Times Literary Supplement 10 Feb. 2006: 4-6.


Jenkins, Joyce. L.  “The Puzzle of Fanny Price.”  Philosophy & Literature 30 (2006): 346-60.


Johnson, Paul.  “Jane Austen: Shall We Join the Ladies?”  Creators: From Chaucer and Dürer to Picasso and Disney.  New York: HarperCollins, 2006.  114-35.


Jones, Sheila.  Money and Matrimony: A Fantasy Sequel to Pride and Prejudice.  Guildford: Grosvenor, 2006.


Jones, Stephen.  “Watching Them, Watching You.”  Times Educational Supplement 30 June 2006: 2.


Jory, Jon.  Pride and Prejudice: A Romantic Comedy.  New York: Playscripts, 2006.


Kagawa, P. Keiko.  “Jane Austen, the Architect: (Re)Building Spaces at Mansfield Park.”  Women’s Studies 35 (2006): 125-43.


Kim, Jong-Seok.  “[Playing Games with Jane Austen: The Game Motif and the Reader in Emma.]”  Journal of English Language and Literature/Yongo Yongmunhak 52 (2006): 153-78.


Kroeber, Karl.  “Jane Austen Criticism, 1951-2004.”  Studies in the Novel 38 (2006): 108-16.


Kuno, Yoichi.  “Ema ga naku toki: Osutin to kanshoshugi.”  Eigo Seinen/Rising Generation 152 (May 2006): 87-89.


Lau, Beth.  “Jane Austen and John Keats: Negative Capability, Romance, and Reality.”  Keats-Shelley Journal 55 (2006): 81-110.


Le Faye, Deirdre.  A Chronology of Jane Austen and Her Family.  New York: Cambridge UP, 2006.


Levine, Laura.  The PMS Murders: A Jane Austen Mystery.  New York: Kensington, 2006.


Locke, Juliane.  England’s Jane: The Story of Jane Austen.  Greensboro, NC: Morgan Reynolds, 2006.


Lott, Anna.  “Staging a Lesson: The Theatricals and Proper Conduct in Mansfield Park.”  Studies in the Novel 38 (2006): 275-87.


Mandal, A. A.  “Making Austen Mad: Benjamin Crosby and the Non-Publication of Susan.”  Review of English Studies 57 (2006): 507-25.


“Mark Your Calendar.”  Writing 29 (Nov. 2006): 5.


Massei, Marie-Laure.  “L’Excès dans le premier volume des Juvenilia de Jane Austen.”  Cahiers Victoriens et Edouardiens: Revue du Centre d’Etudes et de Recherches Victoriennes et Edouardiennes de l’Université Paul Valéry, Montpellier 63 (2006): 137-48.


Maunder, Andrew.  “Making Heritage and History: The 1894 Illustrated Pride and Prejudice.”  Nineteenth Century Studies 20 (2006): 147-70.  Also on the Web:


Massei-Chamayou, Marie-Laure.  “L’Economie successorale dans Pride and Prejudice.”  Bulletin de la Société d’Etudes Anglo-Americaines des XVIIe et XVIIIe Siècles 63 (2006): 97-114.


Mudge, Bradford K.  “How to Do the History of Pornography: Romantic Sexuality and Its Field of Vision.”  Historicizing Romantic Sexuality.  Ed. Richard C. Sha.  College Park: U of Maryland P, 2006.  37 para.


Mukai, Hidetada.  “Osutin o hikkurikaeshite yomu.”  Eigo Seinen/Rising Generation 152 (May 2006): 84-86.


Nakano, Koji.  “Jein Osutin hon’yaku no ki.”  Eigo Seinen/Rising Generation 152 (May 2006): 80-81.


Neill, Edward.  “Austen’s Pharmacy: Curing, Curacies, and ‘The Letter There’s No Recovering from’ in Persuasion.”  English 55 (2006): 233-53.


Nelles, William.  “Omniscience for Atheists, or Jane Austen’s Infallible Narrator.”  Narrative 14 (2006) 118-31.


Norris, Pamela.  “Love or Money: The Heroine’s Dilemma.”  Words of Love: Passionate Women from Heloise to Sylvia Plath.  London: HarperCollins, 2006.  269-82.


O’Farrell, Mary Ann.  “Missing Jane Austen: Henry James Considers the Old Maid.”  Henry James Review 27 (2006): 1-9.


Ogushi, Hisayo.  “Shimai ai no poritikusu.”  Eigo Seinen/Rising Generation 152 (May 2006): 78-79.


Olmsted, Wendy.  “Prudence and Eloquence in Jane Austen’s Persuasion.”  Rhetoric: An Historical Introduction.  Malden, MA: Blackwell, 2006.  96-109.


“100 Best First Lines from Novels.”  American Book Review 27 (Jan. 2006): 4-5.


O’Rourke, Sally Smith.  The Man Who Loved Jane Austen.  New York: Kensington, 2006.


Parrinder, Patrick.  “Character, Identity, and Nationality in the English Novel.”  Landscape and Englishness.  Ed. Robert Burden and Stephan Kohl.  Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2006.  89-101.


_____.  “Tory Daughters and the Politics of Marriage: Jane Austen, Charlotte Brontë, and Elizabeth Gaskell.”  Nation & Novel: The English Novel from Its Origins to the Present Day.  New York: Oxford UP, 2006. 180-212.


Persuasions: The Jane Austen Journal 28 (2006).


Persuasions: The Jane Austen Journal On-Line 27.1 (2006).


Petty, W. H.  Hijacked over China with Jane Austen.  Frizinghall, Bradford: Redbeck, 2006.


Phiddian, Robert.  “Harry Potter and Pride and Prejudice: Teaching Verbal Irony.”  Use of English 57 (2006): 188-98.


Ray, Joan Klingel.  Jane Austen for Dummies.  Hoboken, NJ: Wiley, 2006.


_____.  “The Truth about Jane Austen and Tom Lefroy.”   Notes & Queries 53 (2006): 311-14.


Ready, Kathryn.  “Celestina/Nature and Art/Emma.”  Eighteenth-Century Fiction 19 (2006): 238-40.


Reeve, Katharine.  Jane Austen in Bath: Walking Tours of the Writer’s City.  New York: Little Bookroom, 2006.


Robinson, Terry F.  “‘A Mere Skeleton of History’: Reading Relics in Jane Austen’s Northanger Abbey.”  European Romantic Review 17 (2006): 215-27.


Rogers, Pat, ed.  Jane Austen: Pride and Prejudice.  Cambridge Edition of the Works of Jane Austen.  New York: Cambridge UP, 2006.


Ross, Josephine, and Henrietta Webb.  Jane Austen’s Guide to Good Manners: Compliments, Charades, & Horrible Blunders.  New York: Bloomsbury, 2006.


Ruane, Gerlayn.  “Jane Austen Meets the New York Giants.”  The Right Words at the Right Time, Vol. 2: Your Turn!  Ed. Marlo Thomas et al.  New York: Atria, 2006.  253-56.


Rushton, Katherine, and Alison Bone.  “‘Dreary’ Classics Given Bloomsbury Makeover.”  Bookseller 19 May 2006: 13.


Sabor, Peter.  “Fashioning the Child Author: Reading Jane Austen’s Juvenilia.”  Fashioning Childhood in the Eighteenth Century: Age and Identity.  Ed. Anja Müller.  Burlington, VT: Ashgate, 2006.  199-209.


_____, ed.  Jane Austen: Juvenilia.  Cambridge Edition of the Works of Jane Austen.  New York: Cambridge UP, 2006.


Salih, Sara.  “The Silence of Miss Lambe: Sanditon and Fictions of ‘Race’ in the Abolition Era.”  Eighteenth-Century Fiction 18 (2006): 329-53.


San, Debra.  “Literary Punctuation: A Test.”  Literary Imagination 8 (2006): 197-208.


Sanderson, Caroline.  A Rambling Fancy: In the Footsteps of Jane Austen.  London: Cadogan Guides, 2006.


Schor, Mira.  “Jane Austen Never Married.”  Women’s Studies Quarterly 34 (Fall/Winter 2006): 180-81.


Scott, Walter, et al.  “Last Orders, Please!”  British Heritage 27 (Mar. 2006): 66.


Searle, Alison.  “The Moral Imagination: Biblical Imperatives, Narrative, and Hermeneutics in Pride and Prejudice.”  Renascence 59 (2006): 17-32.


Selwyn, David, ed.  Fugitive Pieces—Trifles Light as Air: The Poems of James Edward Austen-Leigh, Nephew and Biographer of Jane Austen.  Winchester: Jane Austen Soc., 2006.


Shean, Olivia.  “Literary Lives.”  New Statesman 6 Nov. 2006: 60.


_____.  “Manners Maketh the Woman.”  New Statesman 2 Oct. 2006: 59.


Shinobu, Minma.  “Osutin to Igirisu shakai.”  Eigo Seinen/Rising Generation 152 (May 2006): 66-69.


Soya, Michiko.  “Osutin no retorikko: Mirai shosetsu to Shite no ‘Osutin.’”  Eigo Seinen/Rising Generation 152 (May 2006): 70-73.


Stohr, Karen.  “Practical Wisdom and Moral Imagination in Sense and Sensibility.”  Philosophy & Literature 30 (2006): 378-94.


Suematsu, Nobuko.  “Jein Osutin no eigo.”  Eigo Seinen/Rising Generation 152 (May 2006): 82-83.


Sutherland, Kathryn.  “Jane Austen Editions.”  Times Literary Supplement 3 Feb. 2006: 15.


_____. “Mansfield Park/Emma.”  Review of English Studies 57 (2006): 833-38.


_____.  “On Looking into Chapman’s Emma: How R. W. Chapman’s Classicists Made Jane Austen a Classic.”  Times Literary Supplement 13 Jan. 2006: 12-13.


Sweeney, John, et al.  “Letters.” Touchstone: A Journal of Mere Christianity 19 (May 2006): 6-7.


Taglienti, Paolina.  “Jane Austen for Dummies.”  Library Journal 1 Nov. 2006: 112.


Takei, Akiko.  “‘We Live at Home, Quiet, Confined’: Jane Austen’s ‘Vindication’ of Women’s Right to Be Active and Healthy.”  Studies in English Literature 47 (2006): 65-86.


“Ten of the Best Major Classics Relaunches [sic] in 2006.”  Bookseller 16 June 2006: 25.


Todd, Janet.  The Cambridge Introduction to Jane Austen.  Cambridge Introduction to Literature.  New York: Cambridge UP, 2006.


_____.  “Jane Austen Editions.”  Times Literary Supplement 27 Jan. 2006: 17.


Todd, Janet, and Antje Blank, eds.  Persuasion.  Cambridge Edition of the Works of Jane Austen.  New York: Cambridge UP, 2006.


“Tokushu: Jein Osutin.”  Eigo Seinen/Rising Generation 152 (May 2006): 66-92.


Transactions: Jane Austen Society (Midlands) 17 (2006).


Troost, Linda V.  “Filming Tourism, Portraying Pemberley.”  Eighteenth-Century Fiction 18 (2006): 477-98.


_____.  “The Importance of Being Austen.”  Eighteenth-Century Studies 39 (2006): 397-405.


Viveash, Chris.  James Stanier Clarke: Librarian to the Prince Regent, Naval Author, Friend of Jane Austen.  [Winchester]: C. Viveash, 2006.


Weisser, Susan Ostrov.  “Charlotte Brontë, Jane Austen, and the Meaning of Love.”  Brontë Studies 31 (July 2006): 93-100.


Wenner, Barbara Britton.  Prospect and Refuge in the Landscape of Jane Austen.  Burlington, VT: Ashgate, 2006.


West, Clare.  Persuasion.  New York: Oxford UP, 2006.


White, Gabrielle D. V.  Jane Austen in the Context of Abolition: “A Fling at the Slave Trade.  New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2006.


“Who Do You Love.”  Booklist 15 Sept. 2006: 41.


Wilson, Cheryl A.  “Bride and Prejudice: A Bollywood Comedy of Manners.”  Literature Film Quarterly 34 (2006): 323-31.


Wiltshire, John.  Jane Austen: Introductions and Interventions.  New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2006.


Winder, Robert.  “Emma.”  New Statesman 6 Feb. 2006: 55.


Yokoyama, Shigeo.  “Radokurifu o yomu onna: Nosanga soin o megutte.”  Eigo Seinen/Rising Generation 152 (May 2006): 76-77.

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