PERSUASIONS ON-LINE V.31, NO.1 (Winter 2010)

Jane Austen Bibliography, 2009

Deborah Barnum


Deborah Barnum (email: is a former law librarian, now a bookseller of fine and collectible books, the Regional Coordinator for the JASNA Vermont Region, and an inveterate reader and collector of bibliographies.


There has been no Jane Austen Bibliography since 2006, the last year submitted by Professor Barry Roth prior to his death in 2008.  As Susan Allen Ford wrote in her “In Memoriam” essay in Persuasions On-Line 29.1, the loss of Professor Roth and his contribution to Austen studies is incalculable—his annual “Works and Studies” bibliographies and his three published ten-year annotated compilations will remain a most valuable resource in Jane Austen research.  The current gap in Austen scholarship has led to my taking on this annual task, beginning with the 2009 Bibliography in this issue.  The missing years of 2007 and 2008 will appear in conjunction with the 2010 Bibliography in next year’s Persuasions On-Line.


A few words on format:  the Bibliography has five sections:

  1. Austen Editions:  original works, under Austen if no editor involved, otherwise under the editor’s name

  2. Austen Circle:  original works/editions by Austen family members and friends

  3. Studies:  biographical, critical, and interpretive works

  4. Dissertations:  a select, not exhaustive list of works specifically on Austen

  5. Popular Culture:  sequels, continuations, mash-ups, films, and merchandise

Style follows the MLA 7th edition with one major exception:  the medium qualifier is added only for non-print titles.  Note the use of the “cross-reference” for works in essay collections or anthologies to minimize repetition:  the citation refers to the author/editor and page numbers only.  Annotations are included only for those entries where the title alone is not self-explanatory.


I welcome any comments, suggestions, additions or corrections.


Note: This bibliography was updated in November 2011.



1. Austen Editions


Austen, Jane. Emma. London: White’s, 2009.

_____. The History of England. Illus. Mandy Schlundt. Afterword A.S. Byatt. Wiesbaden: Lux, 2009. English Edition.

_____. Jane Austen: The Complete Novels. Narr. Juliet Stevenson, Emilia Fox, and Anna Bentinck. Redhill, Surrey [UK]: Naxos, 2009. CD. Complete Classics Ser. Unabridged, the six novels and Sanditon.

_____. The Jane Austen Collection. London: CSA Word, 2009. CSA Word Classics. Audio CD [abridged]: Joanna Lumley reads Pride and Prejudice; Anna Massey, Persuasion, Sense and Sensibility, and Northanger Abbey; Belinda Lang, Emma; Harriet Walter, The Watsons; with musical background.


_____. Letters of Jane Austen. Vol. 1. Ed. Edward Hugessen Knatchbull-Hugessen Brabourne. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2009. Digital Reprint.


_____. Letters of Jane Austen. Vol. 2. Ed. Edward Hugessen Knatchbull-Hugessen Brabourne. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2009. Digital Reprint.


_____. Love and Freindship. Richmond: Oneworld Classics, 2009.


_____. Pride and Prejudice. London: White’s, 2009.


_____. “The Watsons.” Best of Women’s Short Stories Vol. 2. Narr. Harriet Walter. London: CSA Word, 2009. CD. 4 Discs. Includes stories by Elizabeth Gaskell; Kate Chopin; L.M. Montgomery; Mary Shelley; Katherine Mansfield; Virginia Woolf and others.


Halsey, Katie, ed. Jane Austen: The Complete Works in Eight Volumes. Newcastle, UK: Cambridge Scholars, 2009.


Todd, Janet, and Linda Bree, eds. Jane Austen: Later Manuscripts. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2008. Vol. 9 of The Cambridge Edition of the Works of Jane Austen.


Upfal, Annette, and Christine Alexander, eds. Jane Austen’s The History of England & Cassandra’s Portraits. By Jane Austen and Cassandra Austen. Sydney: Juvenilia, 2009.

2. Austen Circle

“Henry Austen’s ‘Rusticus.’ From the Loiterer 1789.” Introd. by Jon Spence. Sensibilities 38 (2009): 22-29.

3. Austen Studies

Alagona, Sandra. “Tracing Jane Austen’s Readership in New England.” The Female Spectator 13.2 (2009): 6-9.

Amis, Kingsley. “What Became of Jane Austen?” 1956. Carson 124-27.


Amis, Martin. “Force of Love: Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen.” 1975. Carson 83-89.


Anderson, Emily Hodgson. “Epilogue—Generic Revolutions: Mansfield Park and the ‘Womanly Style’ of Fiction.” Eighteenth-Century Authorship and the Play of Fiction: Novels and the Theater, Haywood to Austen. New York: Routledge, 2009. 133-40.


Anderson, Kathleen. “Lounging Ladies and Galloping Girls: Physical Strength and Femininity in Mansfield Park.” Women’s Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal 38.3 (2009): 342-58.


Anderson, Kathleen, and Renee Long. “Marianne’s Destructive Secrecy in Jane Austen’s Sense and Sensibility.” Sensibilities 38 (2009): 51-60.


Armstrong, Nancy. “The Gothic Austen.” Johnson and Tuite 237-47.


Auchincloss, Louis. “Jane Austen and the Good Life.” 1979. Carson 116-23.


Azerêdo, Genilda. Jane Austen on the Screen: A Study of Irony in Emma. João Pessoa [Brazil]: Editora Universitária Da UFPB, 2009.


Ballard, Mark, and Alison Cresswell. “Jane Austen’s Family in the Centre for Kentish Studies, Maidstone.” JAS Report (2009): 65-82.


Bander, Elaine. “Anne Elliot’s Blues.” Stovel 197-98.


_____. “Revisiting Northanger Abbey at Chawton.” Persuasions 31 (2009): 209-21.


Bandi, Raghu Ram. Adapting Novels into Films: Three Case Studies: Jane Austen’s Sense and Sensibility; Edith Wharton’s The Age of Innocence; Michael Ondaatje’s The English Patient. New Delhi: Prestige, 2009.


Barbour, Doug. “JA Blues.” Stovel 113-14.


Barchas, Janine. “Artistic Names in Austen’s Fiction: Cameo Appearances by Prominent Painters.” Persuasions 31 (2009): 145-62.


_____. “Hell-Fire Jane: Austen and the Dashwoods of West Wycombe.” Eighteenth Century Life 33.3 (2009): 1-36.


_____. “Mapping Northanger Abbey: Or, Why Austen’s Bath of 1803 Resembles Joyce’s Dublin of 1904.” Review of English Studies 60.245 (2009): 431-59.


Barker, Catherine. “Jane Austen’s Neighbours at Chawton.” Sensibilities 39 (2009): 134-43.


Bartine, David, and Eileen Maguire. “Contrapuntal Critical Readings of Jane Austen’s Mansfield Park: Resolving Edward Said’s Paradox.” Interdisciplinary Literary Studies: A Journal of Criticism and Theory 11 (Fall 2009): 32-56.


Barton, Helen. Jane Austen: A Literary Challenge. [Dorchester, UK]: Barton, 2009.


Batchelor, Jennie. “‘The labour of the novelist’: Jane Austen, Work and Writing.” JAS Report (2009): 41-52.


Bautz, Annika. Jane Austen—Sense and Sensibility, Pride and Prejudice, Emma. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2009. Readers’ Guides to Essential Criticism.


Beaton, Belinda. “Heritage Sells Heritage: England’s Great Historic Houses Are Starting to Flaunt Their Use in the Production of Motion Pictures.” Queen’s Quarterly 116.2 (2009): 180-91.


Beer, John B. “Jane Austen’s Progress.” Romanticism, Revolution and Language: The Fate of the Word from Samuel Johnson to George Eliot. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2009. 156-74.


Benedict, Barbara M. “The Trouble with Things: Objects and the Commodification of Sociability.” Johnson and Tuite 343-54.


Bevan, Gwen. A Carriage Ride in Queens Square: Piano Pieces for Jane Austen's Bath. [N.p.]: Wyncliffe, 2009. Not readily available.


Blanchemain, Laure. “Verbal Conflicts in Austen’s Pride and Prejudice and Burney’s The Wanderer.” English Text Construction 2.1 (2009): 111-20.


Bloom, Amy. “Terrible Jane.” 1992. Carson 224-29.


Bloom, Harold. “From ‘Canonical Memory in Early Wordsworth and Jane Austen’s Persuasion.’” 1994. Carson 230-39.


Bloom, Harold. Jane Austen. New ed. New York: Bloom’s Literary Criticism, 2009.


Botton, Alain de. “The Modest Art of Altering Life.” 2004. Carson 139-43.


Bour, I. “Jane Austen, Le Coeur Et La Raison, Traduction Et Dossier De Pierre Goubert, Preface De Christine Jordis.” Bulletin de la Société d’Etudes Anglo-Américaines des XVIIe et XVIIIe Siècles 66 (2009): 305.


Bowlby, Rachel. “‘Speech Creatures’: New Men in Pamela and Pride and Prejudice.” Paragraph: A Journal of Modern Critical Theory 32.2 (2009): 240-51.


Bradney-Smith, Adrienne. “Art and the Austen Family.” Sensibilities 38 (2009): 5-21.


Brann, Eva. “The Perfections of Jane Austen.” 1975. Carson 200-12.


Bree, Linda. “Emma: Word Games and Secret Histories.” Johnson and Tuite 133-42.


Brideoake, Fiona. “Sexuality.” Johnson and Tuite 456-66.


Bromling, Laura Cappello. “The Novel Reader’s Blues: Northanger Abbey and the Tradition of the Female Quixote.” Stovel 83-90.


Buchholz, Laura. “The Morphing Metaphor and the Question of Narrative Voice.” Narrative 17.2 (2009): 200-219. The use of narrative voice, free indirect discourse, and the intrusive narrator in Austen’s Emma, as compared to Salman Rushdie’s Shame.


Burgess, Miranda. “Sentiment and Sensibility: Austen, Feeling, and Print Culture.” Johnson and Tuite 226-36.


Burkaart, Sibylle. “Chawton Cottage—The Interior.” Sensibilities 39 (2009): 101-24.


Byatt, A. S., and Ignes Sodre. “From ‘Jane Austen: Mansfield Park.’” 1995. Carson 128-38.


Campbell, Narelle. “An Object of Interest: Observing Elizabeth in Andrew Davies’ Pride and Prejudice.” Journal of Literature on Screen Studies 2 (2009): 149-60.


Caplan, Clive. “A Bogus Tale: Ellman, Charles Austen and HMS Aurora. JAS Report (2009): 11-13.


_____. “The Ships of Charles Austen.” JAS Report (2009): 143-60.


Carroll, C. Durning. “Willoughby’s Apology.” Persuasions On-Line 30.1 (2009).


Carroll, Joseph, Jonathan Gottschall, John A. Johnson, and Daniel J. Kruger. “Human Nature in Nineteenth-Century British Novels: Doing the Math.” Philosophy and Literature 33.1 (2009): 50-72.


Carroll, Laura, and John Wiltshire. “Jane Austen Illustrated.” Johnson and Tuite 62-77.


Carroll, Rachel. Adaptation in Contemporary Culture: Textual Infidelities. London: Continuum, 2009. A survey of adaptation of literary texts across various media; includes Austen.


Carson, Susannah. “Reading Northanger Abbey.” Carson 36-44.


_____, ed. A Truth Universally Acknowledged: 33 Great Writers on Why We Read Jane Austen. New York: Random, 2009. See citations to individual essays.


Carter, Esther. “The Influence of Evelina on Emma.” JAS Report (2009): 118-21.


Chan, Mary M. “Insignificant Dwarves and Scotch Giants: Height, Perception, and Power in Jane Austen.” Stovel 73-82.


Chawton House Library. The Female Spectator 13.1-4 (2009). Ed. Gillian Dow and Helen Scott. Alton, Hampshire, UK: Chawton House Library, 2009.


Clarke, Jane. “Jane Austen and Old Shorham.” JAS Report (2009): 14-19.


Clarke, Susanna. “Why We Read Jane Austen: Young Persons in Interesting Situations.” Carson 3-8.


Clery, E. J. “Austen and Masculinity.” Johnson and Tuite 332-42.


Clifford, Katrina. “Brothers, Sisters and the Idea(l) of Fraternity in the Novels of Jane Austen.” Sensibilities 38 (2009): 30-47.


Coleman, Deirdre. “Imagining Sameness and Difference: Domestic and Colonial Sisters in Mansfield Park.” Johnson and Tuite 292-303.


Collins, James. “Fanny Was Right: Jane Austen as Moral Guide.” Carson 147-55.


Cook, Daniel. “The Victims of Sensibility: Elizabeth Sophia Tomlins and Jane Austen.” Transactions 20 (2009): 29-51.


Copeland, Edward. “Jane Austen and the Silver Fork Novel.” Johnson and Tuite 435-43.


Corley, T. A. B. “Mrs Sherwood’s Secrets: Jane Austen’s Boarding-School at Reading in the 1790s.” JAS Report (2009): 136-42.


_____. “A Weather Eye on Captain Wentworth.” JAS Report (2009): 109-17.


Cottom, Daniel. The Civilized Imagination: A Study of Ann Radcliffe, Jane Austen and Sir Walter Scott. 1985. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2009.


Cox, Marian. “The Linguistic Moral Universe of Jane Austen: How Speech Reveals Character in Pride and Prejudice.English Review Oxford 19.4 (2009): 21-23.


_____. Pride and Prejudice: AS/A-Level Student Text Guide. London: Philip Allan, 2009.


Dabundo, Laura S. “The City of Sisterly Love: Jane Austen’s Community as Sorority.” Persuasions On-Line 30.1 (2009).


Dadlez, Eva M. Mirrors to One Another: Emotion and Value in Jane Austen and David Hume. Chichester, UK: Wiley-Blackwell, 2009.


Dames, Nicholas. “Nostalgia.” Johnson and Tuite 413-21.


Darrow, Kathy D., ed. “Emma.” Nineteenth Century Literature Criticism. Vol. 210. Detroit: Gale, 2009. 1-145. Criticism of Emma from 1985-2007.


_____. “Pride and Prejudice.” Nineteenth Century Literature Criticism. Vol. 207. Detroit: Gale, 2009. 1-98.


DeMasi, Patience, and Joseph Pearce. Study Guide for Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen. San Francisco: Ignatius, 2009.


Doody, Margaret Anne. “Turns of Speech and Figures of Mind.” Johnson and Tuite 166-84.


Dooley, Gillian, ed. Austen Abroad. Spec. issue of Transnational Literature 1.2 (2009). Web. Essays are individually cited.


_____. “Good Versus Evil in Austen’s Mansfield Park and Iris Murdoch’s A Fairly Honourable Defeat.” Transnational Literature 1.2 (2009). Web.


Dorsch, S. Reader’s Guide to Jane Austen. New Delhi: Centrum, 2009.


Dow, Gillian. “Chawton 1809-2009: Jane Austen’s Return to a Hampshire Village.” Sensibilities 39 (2009): 44-68.


­_____. “Jane Austen’s Reading and the 18th-Century Woman Writer.” Sensibilities 39 (2009): 69-88.


Drabble, Margaret. “A Day Out in Kew.” Stovel 57-65.


Drommes, Tanja, Sandra Lee Kleppe, Kenneth Mikalsen, and Sigrid Solhaug. “Distribution and Frequency of the Terms ‘Pride’ and ‘Prejudice’ in Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice.” Nordlit: Tidsskrift I Litteratur Og Kultur 24 (Spring 2009): 151-71.


Drum, Alice. “Pride and Prestige: Jane Austen and the Professions.” College Literature 36.3 (2009): 92-115.


Duckenfield, Bridget. “Jane Austen and the Russian Connection.” Austentations 9 (2009): 12-33.


Duquette, Natasha. “‘Sublime Repose’: The Spiritual Aesthetics of Landscape in Austen.” Stovel 91-100.


Easton, Celia A. “The Sibling Ideal in Jane Austen’s Novels: When Near Incest is Really Best.Persuasions On-Line 30.1 (2009).


Eddleman, Stephanie M. “‘Not so Handsome as Jane’: Sisters, Brothers, and Beauty in the Novels of Jane Austen.Persuasions On-Line 30.1 (2009).


Ehrenfeld, David. “Jane Austen and the World of the Community.” Becoming Good Ancestors: How We Balance Nature, Community, and Technology. Oxford: Oxford UP, 2009. 216-21.


Engelhardt, Molly. “Jane Austen and the Semiotics of Dance: The Manner of Reading.” Dancing Out of Line: Ballrooms, Ballets, and Mobility in Victorian Fiction and Culture. Athens: Ohio UP, 2009. 24-50.


Everton, Kelsey. “Dancing: A Visual Equivalent of Austen’s Language.” Stovel 131-38.


Favret, Mary A. “Jane Austen’s Periods.” Novel: a Forum on Fiction 42.3 (2009): 373-79. Also in Johnson and Tuite 402-12.


Fergus, Jan. “Hazel Holt’s My Dear Charlotte: A Novel Based on Jane Austen’s Letters.” Persuasions On-Line 30.1 (2009).


_____. “The Literary Marketplace.” Johnson and Tuite 41-50.


_____. “‘Rivalry, Treachery between sisters!’ Tensions between Brothers and Sisters in Austen’s Novels.” Persuasions 31 (2009): 69-88.


Festa, Lynn. “Losing One’s Place in Mansfield Park.” Eighteenth-Century Novel 6-7 (2009): 429-63.


Fischer-Starcke, Bettina. “Keywords and Frequent Phrases of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice: A Corpus-stylistic Analysis.” International Journal of Corpus Linguistics 14.4 (2009): 492-523.


Flory, Susy. “Ink Power: How I Wrote to Change the World, like Jane Austen.” So Long, Status Quo: What I Learned from Women Who Changed the World. [Kansas City, MO]: Beacon Hill of Kansas City, 2009. 125-36.


Folsom, Marcia McClintock. “Inherited and Living Variables: The Choices of Sisters and Brothers in Mansfield Park.” Persuasions On-Line 30.1 (2009).


Ford, Susan Allen. “‘Exactly what a brother should be’? The Failures of Brotherly Love.” Persuasions 31 (2009): 102-14.


Forster, E. M. “Jane Austen: The Six Novels.” 1936. Carson 22-25.


Frantz, Sarah S. G. “Darcy’s Vampiric Descendants: Austen’s Perfect Romance Hero and J. R. Ward’s Black Dagger Brotherhood.” Persuasions On-Line 30.1 (2009).


Galperin, William. “Lady Susan, Individualism, and the (Dys)functional Family.” Persuasions 31 (2009): 47-58.


_____. “The Missed Opportunities of Mansfield Park.” Johnson and Tuite 123-32.


Gascoigne, John. “The Political World of Jane Austen.” Sensibilities 39 (2009): 24-41.


Geng, Li-Ping. “The Austens and Student Journalism of the 1780s and 90s.” Persuasions 31 (2009): 180-90.


Gibson, Pamela Church. “Review Article: Jane Austen on Screen—Overlapping Dialogues, Different Takes.” Adaptation 2.2 (2009): 180-90.


Gottlieb, Evan. “Sir Walter and Plain Jane: Teaching Scott and Austen Together.” Approaches to Teaching Scott’s Waverley Novels. Ed. Evan Gottlieb and Ian Duncan. New York: MLA, 2009. 97-104.


Graham, Clare. “Elijah Fenton: The Man Who Employed Mrs Austen.” Austentations 9 (2009): 50-56.


_____. “Mrs Austen and Mr Fenton: Housekeeper and Headmaster.” JAS Report (2009): 53-64.


Graham-Smith, Sheila. “The Awful Memorials of an Injured and Ill-fated Nun: The Source of Catherine Morland’s Gothic Fantasy.” Persuasions 31 (2009): 199-208.


Grandi, Roberta. “Web Side Stories: Janeites, Fanfictions, and Never Ending Romances.” Internet Fictions. Ed. Ingrid Hotz-Davies, Anton Kirchhofer, and Sirpa Leppanen. Newcastle, UK: Cambridge Scholars, 2009. 23-42.


Green, Jeannine. “First Edition of Pride and Prejudice.” Stovel 41.


Green, Peter. “Parson Yorick, Jane and Sensibility: Reading Sense and Sensibility in the Light of Sterne’s Fiction.” Transactions 20 (2009): 14-28.


Greene, Donald. “From ‘The Myth of Limitation.’” 1975. Carson 213-23.


Greenfield, Susan C. “Moving In and Out: The Property of Self in Sense and Sensibility.” Johnson and Tuite 91-100.


Grixti, J. “Pop Goes the Canon: Consumer Culture and Artistic Value in Screen Adaptations of Literary Classics.” European Journal of Cultural Studies 12.4 (2009): 447-67.


Grover, Danielle. “Jane Austen Studies 2008.” JAS Report (2009): 165-68.


Grundy, Isobel. “‘Our Miss Austen’: Women Writers Reading Jane Austen through Two Centuries.” Stovel 177-93.


Gullette, Margaret Morganroth. “Does Emma Woodhouse’s Father Suffer from ‘Dementia’?” Journal of Aging, Humanities, and the Arts 3.1 (2009): 53-58.


Halsey, Katie. “‘Folk Stylistics’ and the History of Reading: a Discussion of Method.” Language and Literature 18.3 (2009): 231-46.


Hanly, M.A. “Sibling Jealousy and Aesthetic Ambiguity in Austen’s Pride and Prejudice.” The Psychoanalytic Quarterly 78.2 (2009): 445-68.


Harman, Claire. Jane’s Fame: How Jane Austen Conquered the World. Edinburgh: Canongate, 2009.


_____. “Picking Jane’s Brains: The Latest Bizarre Developments in the Cult of Austen.” Prospect 157 (April 26, 2009): 82.


Harris, Jocelyn. “Frances Burney’s The Wanderer, Jane Austen’s Persuasion, and the Cancelled Chapters.” Persuasions 31 (2009): 130-44.


_____. “Jane Austen.” The Cambridge Companion to English Novelists. Ed. Adrian Poole. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2009. 98-115.


_____. Rev. of The Cambridge Edition of Jane Austen’s Works, Vol. 9, Later Manuscripts, ed. Janet Todd and Linda Bree. Times Literary Supplement. 24 April 2009. Rpt. as “Austen Wars” Times Online 21 July 2009.


Hart, Jonathan Locke. “Jane Austen Sings the Blues.” Stovel 55.


Hartley, Carol. “Elinor, Marianne and Dorothy L. Sayers.” JAS Report (2009): 103-06.


Hecimovich, Gregg A. Austen’s Emma (Reader’s Guides). London: Continuum, 2009.


Heckerling, Amy. “The Girls Who Don’t Say ‘Whoo!’” Carson 175-79.


Hegele, Arden. “Identifying Jane Austen’s ‘Boarding School’: A Proposed Author for The Governess; or, the Boarding School Dissected.” Persuasions 31 (2009): 175-79.


Henningham, Paul. “The Church of St Nicholas, Chawton.” Sensibilities 39 (2009): 89-100.


Hessell, Nikki. “News and Newspapers: Readers of the Daily Press in Jane Austen’s Novels.” Persuasions 31 (2009): 248-54.


Hodges, Horace Jeffrey. “Darcy’s Ardent Love and Resentful Temper in Pride and Prejudice.” Persuasions On-Line 30.1 (2009).


Hofkosh, Sonia. “The Illusionist: Northanger Abbey and Austen’s Use of Enchantment.” Johnson and Tuite 101-11.


Hopkins, Lisa. Relocating Shakespeare and Austen on Screen. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2009.


“Hot Topic: Monsters on the Loose—First Jane Austen, and Now Abraham Lincoln Gets in on the Act.” Publisher’s Weekly 6 July 2009: 9.


Hudelet, Ariane. “Beyond Words, Beyond Images: Jane Austen and the Art of Mise-en-Scène.” Monaghan, Hudelet, and Wiltshire 57-75.


_____. “The Construction of a Myth: The ‘Cinematic Jane Austen’ as a Cross-Cultural Icon.” Monaghan, Hudelet, and Wiltshire 148-59.


_____. “Deciphering Appearances in Jane Austen’s Novels and Films.” Monaghan, Hudelet, and Wiltshire 76-93.


Hühn, Peter, Wolf Schmid, and Jörg Schönert, eds. Point of View, Perspective, and Focalization: Modeling Mediation in Narrative. Berlin: Walter De Gruyter, 2009.


Huntley, Dana. “The Place Jane Austen Called Home.” British Heritage 30.1 (2009): 24-27.


Hurford, Robert. “Handwriting in the Time of Jane Austen.” Persuasions On-Line 30.1 (2009).


Hurst, Jane. Jane Austen and Chawton. [UK]: Jane Austen Society, 2009.


_____. “‘Poor Farmer Andrews!’” JAS Report (2009): 100-02.


Hyman, Gwen. “Annals of Gruel: Mr. Woodhouse’s Condition (Emma).” Making a Man: Gentlemanly Appetites in the Nineteenth-Century British Novel. Athens: Ohio UP, 2010. 17-53.


Ikeda, Yuko. “From ‘Liveliness’ to ‘Tranquillity’: A Lexical Approach to Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice and Mansfield Park.” Stylistic Studies of Literature in Honour of Professor Hiroyuki Ito. Ed. Masahiro Hori, Tomoji Tabata, and Sadahiro Kumamoto. Bern: Peter Lang, 2009. 33-51.


Irving, Louise. “Lost in Austen.” Austentations 9 (2009): 35-36.


Jane Austen Society. NewsLetter: The Jane Austen Society (2009). Ed. David Selwyn.


_____. Report for 2009 (2009). Ed. David Selwyn.


Jane Austen Society (Kent). Austentations (2009). Ed. Averil Clayton.


Jane Austen Society (Midlands). Transactions 20 (2009). Ed. Dawn Thomas.


Jane Austen Society of Australia. JASA Chronicle (2009). Ed. Helen Malcher.


_____. Sensibilities (2009). Ed. Helen Malcher.


Jane Austen Society of North America. JASNA News (2009). Ed. Sheryl Craig.


_____. Persuasions: The Jane Austen Journal 31 (2009). Ed. Susan Allen Ford. Essays are individually cited. Table of Contents on the Web.


_____. Persuasions 1 (1979). JASNA, 2009. Rpt. of Persuasion 1.


_____. Persuasions 2 (1980). JASNA, 2009.


_____. Persuasions 3 (1981). JASNA, 2009.


_____. Persuasions 4 (1982). JASNA, 2009.


_____. Persuasions 5 (1983). JASNA, 2009.


_____. Persuasions: The Jane Austen Journal On-Line 30.1 (2009). Ed. Susan Allen Ford.


JASA: The First 20 Years. Paddington, NSW: Jane Austen Society of Australia, 2009.


Johnson, Claudia L., and Clara Tuite, eds. A Companion to Jane Austen. Chichester, UK: Wiley-Blackwell, 2009. Forty-two articles by Austen scholars in these categories: The Life and the Texts; Reading the Texts; Literary Genres and Genealogies; Politcal, Social, and Cultural Worlds; and Reception and Reinvention. See citations to individual essays.


Johnson, Diane. “Some Thoughts on the Craft of Austen’s Persuasion.” Carson 240-51.


Jones, Hazel. Jane Austen and Marriage. London: Continuum, 2009.


Jones, Vivien. “Feminisms.” Johnson and Tuite 282-91.


Justice, George. “Sanditon and the Book.” Johnson and Tuite 153-62.


Kaplan, Laurie. “Adapting Emma for the Twenty-first Century: An Emma No One Will Like.” Persuasions On-Line 30.1 (2009).


_____. “Emma and ‘the children in Brunswick Square.’Persuasions 31 (2009): 236-47. Also on the Web.


Kelly, Pauline E. Jane Austen Dictionary: A Guide to the Language in Jane Austen’s Novels. Watertown, MA: Inkwell, 2009.


Kindred, Sheila Johnson. “The Influence of Naval Captain Charles Austen’s North American Experiences on Persuasion and Mansfield Park.” Persuasions 31 (2009): 115-29.


Klenck, Deborah Knuth. “‘You Must be a Great Comfort to your Sister, Sir’: Why Good Brothers Make Good Husbands.” Persuasions On-Line 30.1 (2009).


Knox-Shaw, Peter. “Jane Austen and ‘Modern Europe’ Revisited.” Notes and Queries 56.3 (2009): 381-83.


_____. Jane Austen and the Enlightenment. 2004. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2009.


Kozaczka, Edward. “Queer Temporality, Spatiality, and Memory in Jane Austen’s Persuasion.” Persuasions On-Line 30.1 (2009).


Kuper, Adam. “The Romance of Incest and Love of Cousins.” Incest and Influence: The Private Life of Bourgeois England. Cambridge: Harvard UP, 2009. 31-51. Chapter one offers a brief survey of literary descriptions of cousin marriage from Jane Austen to Anthony Trollope.


Lagoe, Amanda M. “Conversation with Cheryl Wilson.” Studies in the Humanities 36.1 (2009): 3 +.


Lamont, Claire. “Jane Austen and the Nation.” Johnson and Tuite 304-13.


Lane, Maggie. “Brothers of the More Famous Jane: The Literary Aspirations, Achievements, and Influence of James and Henry Austen.” Persuasions 31 (2009): 13-32.


Lanfersieck, Lindsey, and Devoney Looser. “Austen’s Sense and Sensibility and Lord Craven.” Notes and Queries 56 (Sept. 2009): 376-81.


Lau, Beth. “The Uses and Abuses of Imagination in Jane Austen and the Romantic Poets.” Fellow Romantics: Male and Female British Writers, 1790-1835. Ed. Beth Lau. Burlington, VT: Ashgate, 2009. 179-210.


Le Faye, Deirdre. “Austen Papers 1704-1856: An Updating.” JAS Report (2009): 20-32.


_____. “Catherine Hubback’s Memoir of Francis Austen.” JAS Report (2009): 121-28.


_____. “The Memoir of Jane Austen and the Cheney Brothers.” Notes and Queries 56.3 (2009): 374-76.


Leffel, John C. “‘Where Woman, Lovely Woman, for Wealth and Grandeur Comes from Far’: Representations of the Colonial Marriage Market in Gillray, Topham, Starke, and Austen.” Transnational England: Home and Abroad, 1780-1860. Ed. Monika Class and Terry F. Robinson. Newcastle, UK: Cambridge Scholars, 2009. 208-32.


Leithart, Peter J. Jane Austen: Writer of Fancy. Nashville: Cumberland, 2009.


Leong, Roger, Peter McNeil, and Susan Scollay. Persuasion: Fashion in the Age of Jane Austen. Melbourne: National Gallery of Victoria, 2009. Exhibition: 22 May to 8 November 2009.


Levesque, Roger. “Blues World Loses a Faithful Booster: Professor, Author, and Broadcaster Also Became an International Authority on Jane Austen.” Stovel 43-45.


Lewis, C. S. “A Note on Jane Austen.” 1954. Carson 104-15.


Lim, Amanda. “In the Pursuit of Art: Jane Austen, B. B. King, Kurt Browning, and . . . Bruce Stovel.” Stovel 223-26.


Liversage, Toni. Et Lille Stykke Elfenben: Om Jane Austens Forfatterskab [A Small Piece of Ivory: On Jane Austen’s Writing]. [Vordingborg]: Attika, 2009.


Livesey, Margot. “Nothing but Himself.” Carson 252-58.


Lodge, David. “Reading and Rereading Emma.” 1971. Carson 180-87.


Looser, Devoney. “Dealing in Notions and Facts: Jane Austen and History Writing.” Johnson and Tuite 216-25.


Loyd, Kristen R. “An England Worth Saving: The Domestication of World War II Propaganda in Pride and Prejudice.” War, Literature, and the Arts: An International Journal of the Humanities 21 (2009): 352-59.


Lurcock, Tony. “Appearance and Reality in Jane Austen’s Persuasion.” Ed. Jason Finch, et al. Humane Readings: Essays on Literary Mediation and Communication in Honour of Roger D. Sell. Philadelphia: John Benjamins, 2009. 49-59.


Lynch, Deidre. “Jane Austen and Genius.” Johnson and Tuite 391-401.


Mack, Robert L. “The Austen Family Writing: Gossip, Parody, and Corporate Personality.” Johnson and Tuite 31-40.


MacMahon, Barbara. “Metarepresentation and Decoupling in Northanger Abbey: Part 1.” English Studies: A Journal of English Language and Literature 90.5 (2009): 518-44.


_____. “Metarepresentation and Decoupling in Northanger Abbey: Part 2.” English Studies: A Journal of English Language and Literature 90.6 (2009): 673-94.


Maletzke, Elsemarie. Jane Austen Eine Biographie. 1997. München: Btb, 2009.


Mandal, Anthony. “Austen’s European Reception.” Johnson and Tuite 422-33.


Mann, Barbara Alice. “Aunt Jane and Father Fenimore: The Influence of Jane Austen on James Fenimore Cooper.” Literature in the Early American Republic: Annual Studies on Cooper and His Contemporaries 1 (2009): 221-53.


Marsh, Kelly A. “The Mother’s Unnarratable Pleasure and the Submerged Plot of Persuasion.” Narrative 17.1 (2009): 76-94.


Massie, Allan. “Jane Austen’s Pompous Heroes.” The Spectator (12 Dec. 2009): 47.


Mather, Jeff. “Camping in China with the Divine Jane: The Travel Writing of Reginald Farrer.” Journeys 10.2 (2009): 45-64.


Maugham, W. Somerset. “Jane Austen and Pride and Prejudice.” [n.d.] Carson 70-82.


McAuley, Jenny. “‘A Long Letter Upon a Jacket and Petticoat’: Reading Beneath Some Deletions in the Manuscript of Catharine, or The Bower.” Persuasions 31 (2009): 191-98.


McDonald, Kelly M. “Pemberley’s Welcome, or An Historical Conjecture Upon Elizabeth Darcy’s Wedding Journey.” Persuasions On-Line 30.1 (2009).


McInerey, Jay. “Beautiful Minds.” Carson 269-77.


McMaster, Juliet. “Classifying the Husbands.” Stovel 165-76.


_____. “‘If you don’t marry my sister you will mortally offend me’: Sibling Matchmakers.” Persuasions 31 (2009): 89-101.


_____. “Young Jane Austen: Author.” Johnson and Tuite 82-90.


Mead, Rebecca. “Six Reasons to Read Jane Austen.” Carson 18-21.


Miles, Robert. “New Historicism, New Austen, New Romanticism.” Romanticism, History, Historicism: Essays on an Orthodoxy. Ed. Damian Walford Davies. New York: Routledge, 2009. 182-202.


Moler, Kenneth L. “Pride and Prejudice: Jane Austen’s ‘Patrician Hero’” The Hero’s Journey. Ed. Harold Bloom and Blake Hobby. New York: Bloom’s Literary Criticism, 2009. 183-92. Rpt. of SEL: Studies in English Literature, 1500-1900. 7.3 (1967): 491-508.


Monaghan, David. “‘A Cheerful Confidence in Futurity’: The Movement Motif in Austen’s Novel and Dear/Michell’s Film Adaptation of Persuasion.” Monaghan, Hudelet, and Wiltshire 129-47.


_____. “Introduction: Jane Austen, Adaptation and the Cinematic Novel: Theoretical Considerations.” Monaghan, Hudelet, and Wiltshire 5-16.


_____. “Reinventing Fanny Price: Patricia Rozema’s Thoroughly Modern Mansfield Park.” Monaghan, Hudelet, and Wiltshire 111-28.


Monaghan, David, Ariane Hudelet, and John Wiltshire. The Cinematic Jane Austen: Essays on the Filmic Sensibility of the Novels. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2009. See citations to individual essays.


Moore, Roger E. “Religion.” Johnson and Tuite 314-22.


Morini, Massimiliano. Jane Austen’s Narrative Techniques: A Stylistic and Pragmatic Analysis. Burlington, VT: Ashgate, 2009.


Mullan, John. “Sisterly Chat.” Persuasions 31 (2009): 59-68.


Mulvihill, Maureen E. “Literary Property Changing Hands: The Peyraud Auction (New York City, 6 May 2009).” Eighteenth-Century Studies 43.1 (2009): 151-63.


Murphy, Olivia. “Jane Austen’s Bad Girl: ‘The Beautifull Cassandra’ vs. the Conduct Books.” The Female Spectator 13.3 (2009): 5-8.


Newman, Hilary. “Through the Eyes of a Contemporary: Jane Austen’s Novels as Seen by Henry Crabb Robinson.” JAS Report (2009): 107-09.


Nolan-Grant, Candace. “Jane Austen’s Speech Acts and Language-Based Societies.” SEL: Studies in English Literature 1500-1900 49.4 (2009): 863-78.


Norman, Andrew. Jane Austen: An Unrequited Love. Stroud, UK: History, 2009.


Nugent, Benjamin. “The Nerds of Pride and Prejudice.” Carson 90-94.


O’Farrell, Mary Ann. “Austenian Subcultures.” Johnson and Tuite 478-87.


O’Quinn, Daniel. “Jane Austen and Performance: Theatre, Memory, and Enculturation.” Johnson and Tuite 377-88.


Oberman, Rachel Provenzano. “Fused Voices: Narrated Monologue in Jane Austen’s Emma.” Nineteenth-Century Literature 64.1 (2009): 1-15.


Onyett, Nicola. “Location, Location, Location: The Symbolism of the Country House in Pride and Prejudice.” The English Review 19.3 (2009): 2+.


Overmann, Leee. “Darcy and Emma: Austen’s Ironic Meditation on Gender.” Perusasions 31 (2009): 222-35.


Park, Suzie. “Compulsory Narration, Sentimental Interface: Going through the Motions of Emotion.” The Eighteenth Century 50.2-3 (2009): 165-83. Begins with a discussion of Austen’s Sense and Sensibility, then focuses on Charlotte Smith’s Emmeline: The Orphan of the Castle.


Parris, Matthew. “‘Regulated Hatred.’” JAS Report (2009): 175-79.


Penney, Christine. “Notes on Sales 2009.” JAS Report (2009): 168-74.


Perry, Ruth. “Brotherly Love in Eighteenth-Century Literature.” Persuasions On-Line 30.1 (2009).


_____. “Family Matters.” Johnson and Tuite 323-31.


Podis, JoAnne M. “Jane Austen: A Writer’s World.” Ursuline College, Pepper Pike, OH: 2009. Lecture. DVD. This lecture highlights the social, historical, and economic conditions that shaped Austen’s world and that formed the context within which she wrote.


Pollitt, Katha. “Rereading Jane Austen’s Novels.” The Mind-Body Problem: Poems. New York: Random, 2009. 19.


Poovey, Mary. “From Politics to Silence: Jane Austen’s Nonreferential Aesthetic.” Johnson and Tuite 252-60.


Priestley, J. B. “Austen Portrays a Small World with Humor and Detachment.” 1960. Carson 95-99.


Pugh, Bridget. “Some Thoughts on Sense and Sensibility.” Transactions 20 (2009): 5-13.


Quindlen, Anna. “Pride and Prejudice and the Mysteries of Life.” 1995. Carson 100-03.


Ramsey, Rachel. “The Literary History of the Sash Window.” Eighteenth-Century Fiction 22.2 (2009): 171-94. Examines the literary significance of the sash window in works ranging from Swift, Sterne, Johnson, and Austen’s Northanger Abbey.


Ray, Joan Klingel. “Scott’s ‘tenderest, noblest and best’ in his Review of Emma.” Persuasions On-Line 30.1 (2009).


Rosen, Christine. “Doing a Reverse Bowdler.” Commentary 128.5 (2009): 75+.


Rovira, James. “Receiving Austen and Scott.” College Literature 36.2 (2009): 141-50.


Russell, Gillian. “The Army, the Navy, and the Napoleonic Wars.” Johnson and Tuite 261-71.


Sabor, Peter. “Brotherly and Sisterly Dedications in Jane Austen’s Juvenilia.” Persuasions 31 (2009): 33-46.


_____. “Two or Three Prayers: Possibly by Jane Austen.” Stovel 67-72.


Saglia, Diego. “Luxury: Making Sense of Excess in Austen’s Narratives.” Johnson and Tuite 355-65.


Samuelian, Kristin Flieger. “Managing Propriety for the Regency: Jane Austen Reads the Book.” Studies in Romanticism 48.2 (2009): 279-97.


Sanders, Michael D. “The Bells at Chawton Church.” JAS Report (2009): 83-86.


Scheuermann, Mona. Reading Jane Austen. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2009.


Schor, Esther. “Universal Romanticism.” European Romantic Review 20.2 (2009): 271-87.


Searle, Alison. The Eyes of Your Heart: Literary and Theological Trajectories of Imagining Biblically. Eugene, OR: Wipf & Stock, 2009. Paternoster Theological Monographs. This book assesses what the biblical text as a literary and religious document contributes to the concept of “imagination.” Includes a comparative study of authors ranging from the 17th to 20th centuries (John Bunyan, Samuel Rutherford, Jane Austen, Charlotte Bronte, and C. S. Lewis)


Seeber, Barbara K. “‘Does It Not Make You Think of Cowper?’: Rural Sport in Jane Austen and Her Contemporaries.” Fellow Romantics: Male and Female British Writers, 1790-1835. Ed. Beth Lau. Burlington, VT: Ashgate, 2009. 159-77.


Seymour-Ure, Colin. “Jane Austen’s Family and Cricket: John Major Takes Note.” Austentations 9 (2009): 39-40.


Shaw, Harry E. “Austen’s Realist Play.” Johnson and Tuite 206-15.


Simmons, James R., Jr. “Jack, Steven, and Jane: Austen’s Domestic Discord and Patrick O’Brian’s The Mauritius Command.” ANQ: A Quarterly Journal of Short Articles, Notes, and Reviews 22.4 (2009): 53-58.


Simons, Judy. “Jane Austen and Popular Culture.” Johnson and Tuite 467-77.


Slothouber, Linda. “Elegance and Simplicity: Jane Austen and Wedgwood.” Persuasions 31 (2009): 163-72.


Sotirova, Violeta. “A Comparative Analysis of Indices of Narrative Point of View in Bulgarian and English Authors.” Point of View, Perspective, and Focalization: Modeling Mediation in Narrative. Ed. Peter Huhn, Wolf Schmid, and Jorg Schonert. Berlin: Walter De Gruyter, 2009. 163-82.


Southam, B. C. [Brian], ed. Jane Austen: The Critical Heritage, 1811-1870. 1968. London: Routledge, 2009. Digital Reprint.


_____, ed. Jane Austen: The Critical Heritage, 1870-1940. 1987. London: Routledge, 2009. Digital Reprint.


_____. A Life Among the Manuscripts: Following in the Steps of Dr. Chapman.” Carson 26-35.


_____. “The Manuscript Works after Fifty Years and into the Future.” JAS Report (2009): 87-99.


_____. “Texts and Editions.” Johnson and Tuite 51-61.


Soya, Michiko. “Is Jane Austen ‘a Slip of a Girl’: Garaddo/Chappuman Ronso O Hattan to Shite (4).” Eigo Seinen/Rising Generation 154.10 (2009): 590-92.


Speakman, Dianne. “The Garden at Chawton Cottage.” Sensibilities 39 (2009): 125-33.


Spencer, Jane. “Narrative Technique: Austen and Her Contemporaries.” Johnson and Tuite 185-94.


Spongberg, Mary. “Jane Austen, the 1790s, and the French Revolution.” Johnson and Tuite 272-81.


Stafford, Amy. “The Complexity of Marriage in Jane Austen’s Novels.” Stovel 155-64.


Stafford, Fiona. “Persuasion: The Gradual Dawning.” Johnson and Tuite 143-52.


Steenkamp, Elzette. “Janeites for a New Millennium: The Modernisation of Jane Austen on Film.” Transnational Literature 1.2 (2009). Web.


Stovel, Bruce. “Emma’s Search for a True Friend.” Stovel 139-53.


_____. “Secrets, Silence, and Surprise in Pride and Prejudice.” Stovel 101-11.


Stovel, Nora Foster, ed. Jane Austen Sings the Blues. Prod. Graham Guest and Grant Stovel. Edmonton: Gutteridge, 2009. Essays on Jane Austen and on the Blues in honour of Bruce Stovel, with companion CD featuring blues performers. See citations to the Austen-related essays.


_____. “Prologue, or How Jane Austen Came to Sing the Blues.” Stovel xi-xviii.


Sunley, Fiona. “A Very Singular Instance of Good Fortune.” Austentations 9 (2009): 17-20.


Sutherland, Kathryn. “Jane Austen’s Life and Letters.” Johnson and Tuite 13-30.


Taillefer, Kerry. “Making Implicit Themes Explicit: Cinematic Intervention in Sense and Sensibility, Persuasion, and Mansfield Park.” Stovel 123-29.


Takei, Akiko. “‘Mr. Cole is Very Bilious’: The Art of Lay Medicine in Jane Austen’s Characters.” Persuasions On-Line 30.1 (2009).


Tate, Barbara. “West Dean House Claims a Jane Austen Connection.” Austentations 9 (2009): 21-22.


Taylor, Matthew. “Traipsing into the Forest: Landscapes and Rivalry in Jane Austen’s Mansfield Park.” Anthropoetics 14.2 (2009).


Thompson, James. “Sororadelphia, or ‘even the conjugal tie is beneath the fraternal.’Persuasions On-Line 30.1 (2009).


Todd, Janet. “Why I Like Jane Austen.” Carson 156-62.


Todd, Janet, and Linda Bree. Letter. Times Literary Supplement. 29 April 2009.


Trilling, Lionel. “From ‘Emma and the Legend of Jane Austen.’” 1957. Carson 188-99.


_____. “From ‘Why We Read Jane Austen.’” 2000. Carson 57-69.


Trogen, Kari. “Oh, What a Night.” Stovel 115-17.


Trumpener, Katie. “Jane Austen in the World: New Women, Imperial Vistas.” Johnson and Tuite 444-55.


Twain, Mark. “Jane Austen.” Who Is Mark Twain? Ed. Robert H. Hirst. New York: Harperstudio, 2009. 47-51.


Urda, Kathleen E. “Going from Extremes: Mansfield Park as a Revision of Clarissa.” Persuasions On-Line 30.1 (2009).


Van Dijk, Suzan. “Was Jane Austen Read in the 19th Century Netherlands?” Crossing Cultures: Nineteenth-Century Anglophone Literature in the Low Countries. Ed. Tom Toremans and Walter Verschueren. Leuven, Belgium: Leuven UP, 2009. 161-75.


Viveash, Chris. “Daughters of Perfection.” Transactions 20 (2009): 52-63.


_____. “Jane, Henry and the Crutchleys.” JAS Report (2009): 129-35.


_____. “A Scrap to Treasure.” JAS Report (2009): 161-65.


Vogt-William, Christine. “Transcultural Gender Interrogations in ‘Bride and Prejudice’: Intertextual Encounters of the South Asian Diasporic Kind.” Word and Image in Colonial and Postcolonial Literatures and Cultures. Ed. Michael Meyer. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2009. 237-60. Cross/Cultures 116.


Wain, Joan, and Peggy Wibberley. “Around the Salerooms.” Austentations 9 (2009): 12-16.


Walker, Eric C. Marriage, Writing, and Romanticism: Wordsworth and Austen after War. Stanford: Stanford UP, 2009.


Wallace, Jessica. “The Bennet Perspective: Narrative Style in Wright’s Pride and Prejudice.” Stovel 119-22.


Wallace, Robert K. Jane Austen and Mozart: Classical Equilibrium in Fiction and Music. 1983. Athens: U of Georgia, 2009.


Watt, Ian. “On Sense and Sensibility.” 1963. Carson 45-56.


Weber, Brenda R. “For the Love of Jane: Austen, Adaptation and Celebrity.” Adaptation in Contemporary Culture: Textual Infidelities. Ed. Rachel Carroll. London: Continuum, 2009. 186-96.


Webster, Jill. “The Balance of Power in Mansfield Park.” Austentations 9 (2009): 42-49.


Wehrs, Donald R. “Levinasian Ethics and the Rehabilitation of Indirect Free Style, Or, Jane Austen and the Masturbating Critic.” Levinas and Nineteenth-Century Literature: Ethics and Otherness from Romanticism through Realism. Ed. Donald R. Wehrs and David P. Haney. Newark: U of Delaware, 2009. 209-35.


Weldon, Fay. “Let Others Deal with Misery.” 1984. Carson 144-46.


Wells, Juliette. “The Closeness of Sisters: Imagining Cassandra and Jane.” Persuasions On-Line 30.1 (2009).


_____. “Filming the ‘Really Accomplished’ Woman: Performance and Gender in Recent Adaptations of Pride and Prejudice.” The Public’s Open to Us All: Essays on Women and Performance in Eighteenth-century England. Ed. Laura Engel. Newcastle, UK: Cambridge Scholars, 2009. 300-22.


_____. “Seeking Austen, from Abroad: Lori Smith’s Memoir A Walk with Jane Austen (2007).” Transnational Literature 1.2 (2009). Web.


Welty, Eudora. “The Radiance of Jane Austen.” 1969. Carson 9-17.


White, K. G. “Jane Austen and Addison’s Disease: An Unconvincing Diagnosis.” Medical Humanities 35.2 (2009): 98-100.


Wilkes, Joanne. “Persuasion and its Readers, Past and Present.” Sensibilities 39 (2009): 5-23.


Williamson, Ruth. “Crossed Swords—Professor Claims Plagiarism.” Sensibilities 38 (2009): 48-50.


Wilson, Cheryl A. Literature and Dance in Nineteenth-Century Britain: Jane Austen to the New Woman. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2009. Cambridge Studies in Nineteenth-Century Literature and Culture.


Wilson, Margaret. “‘Itty Dordy’ and His Wife.” Austentations 9 (2009): 2-4.


_____. “What Happened to George Hatton and Mr J W?” JAS Report (2009): 33-40.


Wiltshire, John. “Afterword: On Fidelity.” Monaghan, Hudelet, and Wiltshire 160-70.


_____.“By Candlelight: Jane Austen, Technology and the Heritage Film.” Monaghan, Hudelet, and Wiltshire 38-56.


_____. “Jane Austen: Sight and Sound.” Monaghan, Hudelet, and Wiltshire 17-37.


_____. “Mr. Darcy’s Smile.” Monaghan, Hudelet, and Wiltshire 94-110.


_____. “Why Do We Read Jane Austen?” Carson 163-74.


Winter, Sarah. “Novel and Prejudice.” Comparative Literature Studies 46.1 (2009): 76-102.


Wolfson, Susan J. “Re: Reading Pride and Prejudice: ‘What Think You of Books?’” Johnson and Tuite 112-22.


“A Woman’s Wit: Jane Austen’s Life and Legacy.” Online exhibition. Curators: Declan Kiely and Clara Drummod. New York: Morgan Library and Museum, 2009. Web.


Wood, Gillen D’Arcy. “Austen’s Accomplishment: Music and the Modern Heroine.” Johnson and Tuite 366-76.


Wood, Michael. “Time and Her Aunt.” Johnson and Tuite 195-205.


Woolf, Virginia. “Jane Austen at Sixty.” 1925. Carson 259-68.


Wye, Margaret Enright. Architectural Influences on Jane Austen’s Narratives: Structure as an Active Agent of Fictive Knowledge in the Long Eighteenth Century. Lewiston, NY: Edwin Mellen, 2009.


Xu, Runjiang, and Li Yucheng. “Jane Austen and Imperialism: A Rereading of Pride and Prejudice.” English Language Teaching 2.4 (2009): 184-87.


Yang, Yong-Ping. “An Analysis of Jane Austen's Views on Marriage through Pride and Prejudice.” Journal of Anshun University (2009).


Zhao, Hong. “An Analysis of Satirical-Humorous Poetic Effects of Verbal Irony in Pride and Prejudice.” Foreign Language Education (2009).


Zlotnick, Susan. “From Involuntary Object to Voluntary Spy: Female Agency, Novels, and the Marketplace in Northanger Abbey.” Studies in the Novel 41.3 (2009): 277-92.

4. Selected Dissertations

Carroll, Charles Durning. “Negotiating Individualism: Apologies, Social Contracts, and the Romantic Making of the Self.” Diss. City U of NY, 2009. DAI 70.10A (2009): item AAI3378551.

Eddleman, Stephanie M. “Eye of the Beholder: Physical Beauty in the Novels of Jane Austen.” Diss. U Mississippi, 2009. DAI 70.11A (2009): item AAI3385870.

Hall, Lynda A. “Grounding the Figure of the Heroine: The ‘other women’ in Jane Austen’s Novels.” Diss. Claremont Graduate U, 2009. DAI 70.06A (2009): item AAI3363870.

Hanley, Kirstin Collins. “Redefining Didactic Traditions: Mary Wollstonecraft and Feminist Discourses of Appropriation, 1749-1847.” Diss. U of Pittsburgh, 2007. DAIA 70.4 (2009): item DA3357088.

Hwang, Sheila Minn. “The Watering Place in Jane Austen’s Novels: Space, Language, Consumerism.” Diss. U of California, Santa Barbara, 2008. DAIA 69.9 (2009): item DA3330432.

Mann, Rachel Katharine Stix. “Telling Bodies: Reading, Dancing, and the Nineteenth-Century English Novel.” Diss. U Cal Santa Barbara, 2009. DAI 70. 09A (2009): item AAI3371662

Nowak, Tenille. “The Gothic Novel and the Invention of the Middle-Class Reader: Northanger Abbey as Case Study.” Diss. Marquette U, 2008. DAIA 70.5 (2009): item DA3357933.

Pitugshatwong, Nuntiya. “Crossing Boundaries: Domestic Fiction and Nineteenth-Century Women’s Travel Narratives.” Diss. U Minnesota, 2008. DAIA 69.10 (2009): item DA3332454.

Vermeiren, Koenraad. “Under the Influence: Sympathetic Narration in the Nineteenth-Century English Realist Novel.” Diss. Indiana U, 2009. DAI 70. 12A (2009): item AAI3380146.

Villaseñor, Alice Marie. “Women Readers and the Victorian Jane Austen.” Diss. U Southern CA. 2009. DAI 71.01A (2009): item AAI3389576.

5. Popular Culture

Aciman, Alexander, and Emmett Rensin. Twitterature: The World’s Greatest Books in Twenty Tweets or Less. New York: Penguin, 2009. Includes Emma and Pride & Prejudice.

Adams, Jennifer. Remarkably Jane: Notable Quotations on Jane Austen. Layton, UT: Gibbs Smith, 2009.

Altman, Marsha. The Plight of the Darcy Brothers: A Tale of Siblings and Surprises. Naperville, IL: Sourcebooks, 2009.

Angelini, Sara. The Trials of the Honorable F. Darcy: A Modern Pride & Prejudice. Naperville, IL: Sourcebooks, 2009.

Austen, Jane. Jane Austen 6-Book Boxed Set. Adapt. Gill Tavner. Illus. Ann Kronheimer. Stroud, UK: Real Reads, 2009.

Baker, Helen, and Jane Austen. The Brothers by Jane Austen and Another Lady. N.p.:, 2009. A self-published continuation of Sanditon.

Brant, Marilyn. According to Jane. New York: Kensington, 2009.

Brocklehurst, Judith. Darcy and Anne. Naperville, IL: Sourcebooks, 2009.

Brown, Laurie. What Would Jane Austen Do? Naperville, IL: Sourcebooks, 2009.

Butler, Nancy, adapt. Pride & Prejudice. By Jane Austen. Illus. Hugo Petrus. New York: Marvel Comics, 2009.

Campan, Adam. James Fairfax. Winnetka, CA: Norilana, 2009.

Collins, Rebecca Ann. My Cousin Caroline. Naperville, IL: Sourcebooks, 2009. Pemberley Chronicles Bk. 6.

Collins, Rebecca Ann. Postscript from Pemberley. Naperville, IL: Sourcebooks, 2009. Pemberley Chronicles Bk. 7.

Cooper, Liz Philosophos, and Kim Wilson, comps. A Year with Jane Austen: A Calendar for 2010. Illus. Charles Edmund Brock and Henry M. Brock. Madison, WI: JASNA-Wisconsin, 2009.

Emma. By Jane Austen. Adapt. Sandy Welch. Dir. Jim O’Hanlon. Perf. Romola Garai, Jonny Lee Miller, Michael Gambon, Tamsin Greig, Rupert Evans. BBC, 2009. DVD. Released in the US Feb. 2010.

Fairview, Monica. The Other Mr. Darcy. Naperville, IL: Sourcebooks, 2009.

Farmer, Philip José, and Win Scott Eckert. The Evil in Pemberley House. Burton, MI: Subterranean, 2009.

Forest, Jennifer. Jane Austen’s Sewing Box: Craft Projects and Stories from Jane Austen’s Novels. Sydney: Murdoch, 2009.

Franz, Linda. Jane Austen Patchwork Mystery. Burlington, ON: Linda Franz, 2009.

Goodhind, J. G. Menu for Murder. Sutton, UK: Severn, 2009. A Honey Driver mystery.

Grahame-Smith, Seth, and Jane Austen. Pride and Prejudice and Zombies. Philadelphia: Quirk, 2009.

Grange, Amanda. Mr. Darcy, Vampyre. Naperville, IL: Sourcebooks, 2009.

Hile, Laura L. Mercy’s Embrace: Elizabeth Elliot’s Story Book 1—So Rough a Course. [Coeur d’Alene, ID]: Wytherngate, 2009.

_____. Mercy’s Embrace: Elizabeth Elliot’s Story Book 2—So Lively a Chase. [Coeur d’Alene, ID]: Wytherngate, 2009.

Hitchings, Henry. Who’s Afraid of Jane Austen?: How to Really Talk about Books You Haven’t Read. London: John Murray, 2009.

Holt, Hazel. My Dear Charlotte. Fwd. Jan Fergus. Seattle, WA: Coffeetown, 2009.

The Jane Austen Companion to Love. Naperville, IL: Sourcebooks, 2009.

Jane Austen Pocket Pads. New York: Potter Style, 2009.

Jane Austen Puzzle. New York: Potter Style, 2009.

Jeffers, Regina. Darcy’s Passions: Pride and Prejudice Retold through His Eyes. Berkeley, CA: Ulysses, 2009.

_____. Darcy’s Temptation: A Sequel to Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice. Berkeley, CA: Ulysses, 2009.

Jory, Jon, and Jane Austen. Darcy & Elizabeth: A Short Romantic Comedy. New York: Playscripts, 2009.

Kiely, Tracy. Murder at Longbourn: A Mystery. New York: Minotaur, 2009.

Lathan, Sharon. Loving Mr. Darcy: Journeys beyond Pemberley: Pride and Prejudice Continues. Naperville, IL: Sourcebooks, 2009.

_____. Two Shall Become One: Mr. and Mrs. Fitzwilliam Darcy: Pride and Prejudice Continues. Naperville, IL: Sourcebooks, 2009.

Lilian, Lory. Rainy Days. [Pembroke, MA]: Meryton, 2009. A re-telling of Pride and Prejudice.

_____. Remembrance of the Past. [Pembroke, MA]: Meryton, 2009. A re-telling of Pride and Prejudice.

Lost in Austen. Dir. Dan Zeff. Prod. Kate McKerrell. By Guy Andrews. Perf. Jemima Rooper; Alex Kingston; Elliot Cowan; Hugh Bonneville; Gemma Arterton; Lindsay Duncan. A Mammoth Screen Production for ITV. Supported by the Screen Yorkshire Production Fund, 2009. DVD. Based on the novel Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen. Originally released as a television mini-series in 2008. Four episodes; special features.

McCullough, Colleen, and Jane Austen. The Independence of Miss Mary Bennet. New York: Simon & Schuster, 2009.

Miller, Fenella J. Miss Bennet and Mr. Bingley. Colchester, Essex [UK]: Park, 2009.

Moseley, Norma Jean. Pemberley through the Ages. Glen Waverley, Vic.: Sid Harta, 2009.

Nazarian, Vera, and Jane Austen. Mansfield Park and Mummies: Monster Mayhem, Matrimony, Ancient Curses, True Love, and Other Dire Delights. Winnetka, CA: Narilana, 2009.

Nelson, Kathryn L. Pemberley Manor: Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice Continued. 2006. Naperville, IL: Sourcebooks, 2009.

Norland, Joanna. Lizzy, Darcy and Jane: A Play. [London]: Samuel French, 2009.

Oakland, Ruth Phillips. My BFF. Pembroke, MA: Meryton, 2009.

O’Brien, Sara. Relations Such as These: A Pride and Prejudice What If Story. N.p.:, 2009.

Odiwe, Jane. Willoughby’s Return: A Tale of Almost Irresistible Temptation. Naperville, IL: Sourcebooks, 2009.

Pattillo, Beth. Jane Austen Ruined My Life. New York: Guideposts, 2009.

Rann, Adam, and Jane Austen. Emma and the Werewolves: Jane Austen’s Classic Novel with Blood-curdling Lycanthropy. Winnipeg: Coscom Entertainment, 2009.

Reade, Simon, and Jane Austen. Pride & Prejudice (1813) or First Impressions (1797): A Romantic Comedy. London: Oberon, 2009.

Rigler, Laurie Viera. Rude Awakenings of a Jane Austen Addict: A Novel. New York: Dutton, 2009.

Rubino, Jane, and Caitlen Rubino-Bradway. Lady Vernon and Her Daughter: A Novel of Jane Austen’s Lady Susan. New York: Crown, 2009.

Rushton, Rosie. Love, Lies and Lizzie (Jane Austen in the 21st Century). London: Piccadilly, 2009.

Sense and Sensibility. Dir. David Giles. Adapt. Denis Constanduros. Perf. Sheila Ballantine; Joanna David; Isabel Dean; Ciaran Madden; Robin Ellis; Clive Francis; Michael Aldridge; Patricia Routledge. BBC Worldwide Americas/Warner Home Video, 2009. DVD. Videodisc release of the 1971 BBC television miniseries production.

Shapiro, Juliette, and Jane Austen. Sanditon: Jane Austen’s Unfinished Masterpiece Completed. Berkeley, CA: Ulysses, 2009.

Sherwood, Mary L. A Marriage Worth the Earning: To Have and To Hold. [The Author]: 2009. A sequel to Pride and Prejudice.

Simonsen, Mary L. Searching for Pemberley. Naperville, IL: Sourcebooks, 2009. Rpt. of Pemberley Remembered. 2007.

Slater, Maya. The Private Diary of Mr. Darcy: A Novel. New York: Norton, 2009. Rpt. of Mr Darcy’s Diary. 2007.

Ward, Eucharista. A Match for Mary Bennet: Can a Serious Young Lady Ever Find Her Way to Love? Naperville, IL: Sourcebooks, 2009.

Waters, Sarah, comp. Dancing with Mr Darcy: Stories Inspired by Jane Austen and Chawton House Library. Dinas Powys, Wales: Honno Modern Fiction, 2009.

Welland, Freydis Jane, ed. The British Library Jane Austen Diary 2010. London: Frances Lincoln, 2009. Also published as a pocket diary.

_____. The British Library Jane Austen Journal. Illus. James Edward Austen-Leigh. London: Frances Lincoln, 2009.

Wells, Linda. Fate and Consequences. [The Author]: 2009.

Wells, Linda. Perfect Fit: A Modern Tale of Pride and Prejudice. [The Author]: 2009.

Wilson, Barbara Ker. The Lost Years of Jane Austen: A Novel. Berkeley, CA: Ulysses, 2009.

Wilson, Enid. Bargain with the Devil. [Eastwood, NSW?]: Steamy D, 2009.

Winters, Ben H., and Jane Austen. Sense and Sensibility and Sea Monsters. Philadelphia: Quirk, 2009.


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