PERSUASIONS ON-LINE V.32, NO.1 (Winter 2011)

Jane Austen Bibliography, 2010

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.


This Bibliography has five sections:

  1. Austen Editions:  original works, under Austen if no extensive annotations or editing is 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, adaptations, mash-ups, films, merchandise, etc.

Explanatory notes are at the end of the document.



1. Austen Editions


Austen, Jane. Emma. Narr. Jenny Agutter. 2009. London: BBC Audio, 2010. CD.


_____. Jane Austen: Emma, Mansfield Park, Northanger Abbey, Persuasion, Pride and Prejudice, Sanditon and Other Stories, Sense and Sensibility. 7 vols. New York: Everyman’s, 2010.


_____. Jane Austen’s Fiction Manuscripts, Digital Edition. University of Oxford and King’s College London. Project Director: Kathryn Sutherland. 2010. Web.


_____. Mansfield Park. Ed. Eleanor Donlon. San Francisco: Ignatius, 2010.


_____. Pride and Prejudice. Oxford: Oxford UP, 2010. Oxford Children’s Classics.


_____. Pride and Prejudice. Introd. Kate Atkinson. London: White’s, 2010.


_____. Sense and Sensibility. Introd. Joseph Jacobs. Illus. Chris Hammond. 1899. Mineola: Dover, 2010.


_____. The Watsons / Sanditon. Narr. Anna Bentinck. Redhill, Surrey [UK]: Naxos, 2010. CD.


Axelrad, Arthur M., ed. Jane Austen’s Sanditon: A Village by the Sea. By Jane Austen. Bloomington: AuthorHouse, 2010.


Hubbard, Shelagh, ed. Pride and Prejudice. By Jane Austen. Philip Allan Literature Guide—Teacher Resource Pack. Deddington [UK]: Philip Allan, 2010.


Shapard, David M., ed. The Annotated Persuasion. By Jane Austen. New York: Anchor, 2010.


Spacks, Patricia Meyer, ed. Pride and Prejudice: An Annotated Edition. By Jane Austen. Cambridge: Belknap, 2010.

2. Austen Circle

Austen-Leigh, J. E. A Memoir of Jane Austen, Special Edition. Ed. Howard F. Clarke. [Author]: CreateSpace, 2010. Includes Lady Susan and The Watsons. Reprint edition.

Austen-Leigh, William, and Richard Arthur Austen-Leigh. Jane Austen: Her Life and Letters, a Family Record. Ed. Howard F. Clarke. [Author]: CreateSpace, 2010. Reprint edition.

3. Austen Studies


Ailwood, Sarah. “‘Too much in the common Novel style’: Reforming Masculinities in Jane Austen’s Sense and Sensibility.” Women Constructing Men: Female Novelists and Their Male Characters, 1750-2000. Ed. Sarah S. G. Frantz and Katharina Rennhak. Lanham: Lexington, 2010. 67-82.


Ailwood, Sarah, Marilyn Steven, Anna Steele, and Bill Coote. “Rakes, Rattles and the Regency: Austen’s Bad Boys.” Sensibilities 41 (2010): 59-81. Essays on Willoughby, Wickham, Henry Crawford, and Sir Thomas Bertram.


Bander, Elaine. “Reading Mysteries at Bath and Northanger.” Persuasions 32 (2010): 46-59.


Bando, Yoko. “Jane Austen’s Experiment with the Progressive.” Aspects of the History of English Language and Literature: Selected Papers Read at SHELL 2009, Hiroshima. Ed. Osamu Imahayashi, Yoshiyuki Nakao, and Michiko Ogura. Frankfurt: Lang, 2010. 367-78.


Bankes, Elizabeth. “‘Read and reread until they could be read no more’: Charles Darwin and the Novels of Jane Austen”. Persuasions On-Line 30.2 (2010). Web.


Barchas, Janine. “The Real Bluebeard of Bath: A Historical Model for Northanger Abbey.” Persuasions 32 (2010): 115-34. Also on the Web.


Barker, Elise. “ Playing With Jane Austen: Gender Identity and the Narrowing of Interpretation.” Persuasions On-Line 31.1 (2010). Web.


Barnum, Deborah. “Jane Austen Bibliography, 2009.” Persuasions On-Line 31.1 (2010). Web.


Barron, Stephanie. “Suspicious Characters, Red Herrings, and Unreliable Detectives: Elements of Mystery in Jane Austen’s Northanger Abbey.” Persuasions 32 (2010): 60-67.


Bartine, David, and Eileen Maguire. “Contrapuntal Critical Reading and Invitations to Invention.” Interdisciplinary Literary Studies: A Journal of Criticism and Theory 11.2 (2010): 38-71. Discusses the Patricia Rozema film adaptation of Mansfield Park and the theories of Edward W. Said.


Bell, David H. “Is Catherine a Lightweight? In Defense of Austen’s ‘Ignorant and Uninformed’ Seventeen-Year-Old Heroine.” Persuasions On-Line 31.1 (2010). Web.


Bethel, Paul. “Jane’s Best Jest.” JARW 47 (2010): 26-30. Compares Mansfield Park and Emma.


_____. “Three Creole Ladies.” JARW 43 (2010): 27-31. Discusses Austen’s aunt Jane Leigh Perrot.


Birchall, Diana. “Eyeing Mrs. Elton: Learning Through Pastiche.” Persuasions On-Line 30.2 (2010). Web.


Blackwell, Bonnie. “Jane Austen: The Critical Reception.” Lynch 37-52.


Bloom, Harold, ed. Jane Austen’s Emma. New ed. New York: Bloom’s Literary Criticism, 2010. Bloom’s Modern Critical Interpretations.


Boa, Kenneth D. “Pride and Prejudice: Jane Austen.” A Taste of the Classics. Vol. 4: The Divine Comedy, The Knowledge of the Holy, Pride and Prejudice, The Love of God. Colorado Springs: Biblica, 2010. 91-126.


Bonaparte, Felicia. “Conjecturing Possibilities: Reading and Misreading Texts in Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice.” Lynch 260-89.


Bonnette, Amy L. “Jane Austen’s Education of Women: A Study of Mansfield Park.” The Pious Sex: Essays on Women and Religion in the History of Political Thought. Ed. Andrea Radasanu. Lanham: Lexington, 2010. 201-29.


Bottomer, Phyllis Ferguson. “‘Conversation, or rather talk’: Autistic Spectrum Disorders and the Communication and Social Challenges of John Thorpe.” Persuasions On-Line 31.1 (2010). Web.


Bradney-Smith, Adrienne. “Brushes with Ebony and Ivory: Some Musical Instruments of Jane Austen’s Time.” Sensibilities 40 (2010): 14-23.


_____. “Jane Austen and Coaching Inns.” JAS Report (2010): 198-209.


Brewer, Charlotte. “The Use of Literary Quotations in the Oxford English Dictionary.” Review of English Studies 61.248 (2010): 93-125.  Jane Austen’s total has gone up from 150 in OED2 to 580 in OED3, an increase in absolute numbers (430) and by percentage (287%). See page 114. Also on the Web:


Brooke, Christopher. “Rank and Status.” Lynch 179-200.


Bystydzienska, Grazyna. “Jane Austen in Contemporary Poland.” JAS Report (2010): 222-26.


Canfield Reisman, Rosemary M. “Biography of Jane Austen.” Lynch 8-14.


Cano López, Marina. “Looking Back in Desire; or How Jane Austen Rewrites Chick Lit in Alexandra Potter’s Me and Mr. Darcy.” Persuasions On-Line 31.1 (2010). Web.


Caplan, Clive. “‘The brewery scheme is quite at an end.’” JAS Report (2010): 92-96.


_____. “Jane Austen, the Volunteers, and the Defence of the Realm.” JAS Report (2010): 165-73.


_____. “The Missteps and Misdeeds of Henry Austen’s Bank.” JAS Report (2010): 103-09.


Cartmell, Deborah. Screen Adaptations: Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice: The Relationship between Text and Film. London: Methuen, 2010.


Chawton House Library. Female Spectator. Vol. 14.1-3 (2010). Ed. Gillian Dow, Helen Cole, and Sandy White. Alton, Hampshire, UK: Chawton House Library, 2010.


Cho, Son Jeong. “‘Tenderness Itself’: Reinventing Feelings in Jane Austen’s Persuasion.” Feminist Studies in English Literature 18.1 (2010): 139-63. In Korean with an English summary.


Cho, Sung Eun. “The Cinematic Translation of Sense and Sensibility.” Nineteenth Century Literature in English 14.1 (2010): 127-51.


Cohen, Paula Marantz. “What Have Clothes Got to Do with It?: Romantic Comedy and the Female Gaze.” Southwest Review 95.1/2 (2010): 78-88.


Collins, Irene. “The Longbourn Entail.” Austentations 10 (2010): 47-52. Reprinted from Impressions (JAS Northern Branch).


_____. “The Revd. Samuel Cooke: Jane Austen’s ‘fidgetty’ Godfather.” JAS Report (2010): 80-83.


Collins, Jim. Bring on the Books for Everybody: How Literary Culture Became Popular Culture. Durham: Duke UP, 2010. Various references to Jane Austen.


Copeland, Edward. “Jane Austen—The Mayfair Legacy.” JAS Report (2010): 237-51.


Corbett, Mary Jean. Family Likeness: Sex, Marriage, and Incest from Jane Austen to Virginia Woolf. Ithaca: Cornell UP, 2010.


Corley, T. A. B. “The Austen Family, the Grays, and the Baverstocks.” JAS Report (2010): 96-103.


_____. “Did Jane Austen Set Eyes on John Henry Newman?” JAS Report (2010): 188-93.


Cossy, Valerie. “Why Austen cannot be a ‘classique’ in French: New Directions in the French Reception of Austen.” Persuasions On-Line 30.2 (2010). Web.


Craig, Sheryl. “Northanger Abbey: Money in the Bank.” Persuasions 32 (2010): 144-53.


Dale, Arden, and Mary Pilon. “In Jane Austen 2.0, the Heroines and Heroes Friend Each Other.” Wall Street Journal—Eastern Edition 06 Dec. 2010: A1+.


Darrow, Kathy, ed. “Persuasion by Jane Austen.” Ninteenth-Century Literature Criticism. Vol. 222. Detroit: Gale, 2010. 1-112. Presents criticism from 1992-2008.


Demory, Pamela. “Jane Austen and the Chick Flick in the Twenty-First Century.” Adaptation Studies: New Approaches. Ed. Christa Albrecht-Crane and Dennis Cutchins. Cranbury: Associated UP, 2010. 121-49.


Deresiewicz, William. “Early Phase versus Major Phase: The Changing Feelings of the Mind.” Lynch 201-59.


Dick, Alex J. “Austen, Sincerity and the Standard.” Romanticism, Sincerity, and Authenticity. Ed. Tim Milnes and Kerry Sinanan. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2010. 221-37.


Dilamore, Ian. “Cassandra Willoughby: The Austen Connection.” Transactions 21 (2010): 25-33.


Dooley, Gillian. “Matters of Taste.” JARW 44 (2010): 44-48. Discusses Sense and Sensibility.


_____. “A Meander Through Jane Austen’s Music.” JAS Report (2010): 76-79.


_____. “Musicianship and Morality in the Novels of Jane Austen.” Sensibilities 40 (2010): 36-52.


Dow, Gillian. “Northanger Abbey, French Fiction, and the Affecting History of the Duchess of C***.” Persuasions 32 (2010): 28-45.


Dow, Gillian, and Katie Halsey. “Jane Austen’s Reading: The Chawton Years.” Persuasions On-Line 30.2 (2010). Web.


Downie, J. A. “Rehabilitating Sir Thomas Bertram.” SEL: Studies in English Literature, 1500-1900 50.4 (2010): 739-58.


Downing, Sarah Jane. “Detailed Statements: Fashion and Needlework in Jane Austen’s Letters.” Selvedge 34 (2010): 34-35.


_____. Fashion in the Time of Jane Austen. Oxford: Shire, 2010.


Dreifus, Erika. “Celebrating Jane Austen’s Legacy.” Writer 123.3 (2010): 9-10.


Drew, Bernard A. “Jane Austen.” Literary Afterlife: The Posthumous Continuations of 325 Authors’ Fictional Characters. Jefferson: McFarland, 2010. 265-70.


Duckenfield, Bridget. “Cousin John and a Castle in Kent.” Austentations 10 (2010): 30-35.


DuPree, E. J. Moral Equivocation: Of Jane Austen’s Mansfield Park. [Author], 2010.


Duquette, Natasha. “‘The Grandeur of the Abbey’: Exploring Gothic Architecture in Novels by Helen Maria Williams, Ann Radcliffe, and Jane Austen.” Persuasions On-Line 31.1 (2010). Web.


_____. “‘Motionless Wonder’: Contemplating Gothic Sublimity in Northanger Abbey.” Persuasions On-Line 30.2 (2010). Web.


Easton, Celia. “‘The Probability of Some Negligence’: Avoiding the Horror of the Absent Clergyman.” Persuasions 32 (2010): 154-64.


Eddleman, Stephanie M. “Henry Tilney: Austen’s Feminized Hero?” Persuasions 32 (2010): 68-77.


Edmonds, Antony. “Edward Ogle of Worthing and Jane Austen’s Sanditon.” JAS Report (2010): 116-48.


Emsley, Sarah. “Pride and Prejudice and the Beauty of Justice.” Lynch 290-324.


Falk, L. “A Very Long Shot: Jane Austen and Conan Doyle.” Baker Street Journal 60.1 (2010): 19-25.


Fergus, Jan, and Elizabeth Jane Steele. “‘There is a great deal in Novelty’: The Pleasures of The Watsons.” Persuasions 32 (2010): 210-23.


Fischer-Starcke, Bettina. Corpus Linguistics in Literary Analysis: Jane Austen and Her Contemporaries. London: Continuum, 2010.


Fisher, Matt. “‘Love’ and ‘Connoisseurship’ in Jane Austen’s Sense and Sensibility.” Explicator 68.4 (2010): 216-18.


Fleming, Juliet. “A Woman’s Wit—Jane Austen’s Life and Legacy (Morgan Library and Museum, New York).” TLS 8 Jan. 2010: 17.


Ford, Susan Allen. “Brian Charles Southam (1931–2010).” Persuasions On-Line 31.1 (2010). Web.


_____. “Ingenious Torments, or Reading Instructive Texts in Northanger Abbey: The Mirror, The Rambler, and Conduct Books.” Persuasions On-Line 31.1 (2010). Web.


Forest, Jennifer. “Jane Austen’s Women and Their Crafts.” Piecework Sept.-Oct. 2010: 14-18.


Fraiman, Susan. “The Liberation of Elizabeth Bennet in Joe Wright’s Pride & Prejudice.” Persuasions On-Line 31.1 (2010). Web.


Francus, Marilyn. “Austen Therapy: Pride and Prejudice and Popular Culture.” Persuasions On-Line 30.2 (2010). Web.


Frantz, Sarah S. G., and Katharina Rennhak, eds. Women Constructing Men: Female Novelists and Their Male Characters, 1750-2000. Lanham: Lexington, 2010.


Friday, Penelope. “The Power of Attraction.” JARW 48 (2010): 14-19.


_____. “Woman to Woman.” JARW 45 (2010): 36-41.


Fuller, Miriam Rheingold. “‘Let me go, Mr. Thorpe; Isabella, do not hold me!’: Northanger Abbey and the Domestic Gothic.” Persuasions 32 (2010): 90-104.


Fullerton, Susannah. “Emma and the Regency.” Sensibilities 41 (2010): 93-99.


_____. “Sanditon and the Regency.” Sensibilities 41 (2010): 44-51.


Furukawa, Hiroko. “Rendering Female Speech as a Male or Female Translator: Constructed Femininity in the Japanese Translations of Pride and Prejudice and Bridget Jones’s Diary.” Translation: Theory and Practice in Dialogue. Ed. Antoinette Fawcett, Karla L. Guadarrama Garcia, and Rebecca Hyde Parker. London: Continuum, 2010. 181-98.


Galgut, Elisa. “Reading Minds: Mentalization, Irony and Literary Engagement.” International Journal of Psychoanalysis 91.4 (2010): 915-35. Focuses on the uses of irony and free indirect speech in Jane Austen’s Persuasion.


Garbitelli, Mary Beth, and Douglas Kries. “Virtue and Romance: Allan Bloom on Jane Austen and Aristotelian Ethics.” Modern Age 52.1 (2010): 25-36.


Gay, Penny. “Where There’s a Will.” JARW 45 (2010): 17-22. Discusses the wills of the Austen family.


_____. “Women and Eloquence in Shakespeare and Austen.” Shakespeare and Jane Austen. Spec. issue of Shakespeare 6.4 (2010): 463-77.


Gee, Sophie. “‘A Two-Inch Bit of Ivory’ Meets the Toy-Box of the Heart: Jane Austen and Alexander Pope.” Sensibilities 40 (2010): 5-13.


Gemmill, Katie. “Ventriloquized Opinions of Pride and Prejudice, Mansfield Park, and Emma: Jane Austen’s Critical Voice.” University of Toronto Quarterly: A Canadian Journal of the Humanities 79.4 (2010): 1115-22.


Gentile, Kathy Justice. “‘A forward, bragging, scheming race’: Comic Masculinity in Northanger Abbey.” Persuasions 32 (2010): 78-89.


Gevirtz, Karen B. “(De)Constructing Jane: Converting ‘Austen’ in Film Responses.” Persuasions On-Line 31.1 (2010). Web.


Gilroy, Amanda. “Our Austen: Fan Fiction in the Classroom.” Persuasions On-Line 31.1 (2010). Web.


Gilson, David. “Harriet Lister and Anne Grey.” JAS Report (2010): 209-11.


Grace, Dominick. “Pride, Prejudice, and Persuasion: A Comparison of Two Novels by Jane Austen.” Lynch 53-67.


Graham, Peter W. “Falling for the Crawfords: Character, Contingency, and Narrative.” ELH 77.4 (2010): 867-91.


_____. “Henry Tilney: Portrait of the Hero as Beta Male.” Persuasions On-Line 31.1 (2010). Web.


_____. “Jane Austen and the Labor of Leisure.” Persuasions 32 (2010): 173-83.


Greiner, Rae. “The Art of Knowing Your Own Nothingness.” ELH 77.4 (2010): 893-914. Jane Austen’s Persuasion in relation to Adam Smith’s The Theory of Moral Sentiments.


Grigoryan, Masha. “Instincts of the Heart: The Byronic Hero.” The Image of the Hero II. Pueblo: Society for the Interdisciplinary Study of Social Imagery, Colorado State University-Pueblo, 2010. 166-68.


Grimes, William. “Elizabeth Jenkins, 104, Woman of Letters.” New York Times 10 Sept. 2010: 20.


Gross, John, ed. “The Young Jane Austen.” The Oxford Book of Parodies. Oxford: Oxford UP, 2010. 241-45.


Grover, Danielle. “Jane Austen Studies 2009.” JAS Report (2010): 234-36.


Grundy, Isobel. “New Faces.” Persuasions On-Line 30.2 (2010). Web.


Gymnich, Marion, and Kathrin Ruhl. “Revisiting the Classical Romance: Pride and Prejudice, Bridget Jones’s Diary and Bride and Prejudice.” Gendered (Re)Visions: Constructions of Gender in Audiovisual Media. Ed. Marion Gymnich, Kathrin Ruhl, and Klaus Scheunemann. Göttingen: V&R, 2010. 23-44.


Hafner-Laney, Mary. “‘I was tempted by a pretty coloured muslin’: Jane Austen and the Art of Being Fashionable.” Persuasions 32 (2010): 135-43.


Hale, S. G. “Jane Austen’s Grandparents: William and Rebecca Austen.” JAS Report (2010): 79.


Harman, Claire. Jane’s Fame: How Jane Austen Conquered the World. New York: Holt, 2010.


Harris, Jocelyn Margaret. “Jane Austen and Celebrity Culture: Shakespeare, Dorothy Jordan and Elizabeth Bennet.” Shakespeare and Jane Austen. Spec. issue of Shakespeare 6.4 (2010): 410-30.


Hearn, Colleen Porter. “Jane Austen’s Views on Dance, Physical Activity, and Gender as an Interdisciplinary Topic.” JOPERD: The Journal of Physical Education, Recreation and Dance 81.2 (2010): 6-8.


Heims, Neil. “Jane Austen: A Cultural and Historical Context.” Lynch 21-36.


Heydt-Stevenson, Jill. “Liberty, Connection, and Tyranny: The Novels of Jane Austen and the Aesthetic Movement of the Picturesque.” Lynch 136-61.


Hilliard, Raymond F. “‘Restored to Life’: Daughter-Mother Identification in Evelina, A Simple Story, The Wrongs of Woman, and Sense and Sensibility.” Ritual Violence and the Maternal in the British Novel, 1740-1820. Lewisburg: Bucknell UP, 2010. 160-204.


Hiroshi, Ebine. “Experimenting with Jane Austen: Kurahashi Yumiko.” Persuasions On-Line 30.2 (2010). Web.


Hiroshi, Ebine, Amano Miyuki, and Hisamori Kazuko. “Jane Austen in Japanese Literature: An Overview.” Persuasions On-Line 30.2 (2010). Web.


_____. “The Reception of Jane Austen in Japanese Literature: Beyond Adaptation.” Persuasions On-Line 30.2 (2010). Web.


Holzwarth, Elsie G. “American Gothic: Edgar Allan Poe in the Shadows of Northanger Abbey.” Persuasions On-Line 31.1 (2010). Web.


Hopkins, Lisa, ed. Shakespeare and Jane Austen. Spec. issue of Shakespeare: Journal of the British Shakespeare Association 6.4 (2010): 403-99. Essays are individually cited.


Hudson, Glenda.“Sibling Love and Incest in Jane Austen’s Fiction Revisited.” Sensibilities 40 (2010): 24-35.


Huff, Marsha. “Postcolonial Mansfield Park.” JARW 45 (2010): 53-55.


Hurst, Jane. “Aunt Cassandra—‘a very great loss to us all’.” JAS Report (2010): 110-15.


Hutchings, W. B. “‘Pictures of perfection’: Design in Jane Austen’s Novels.” JAS Report (2010): 49-60.


Ikeda, Yuko. “The Development of Playful Mind: Samuel Richardson’s Grandison and Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice.” Kumamoto Daigaku Eigo Eibungaku/Kumamoto Studies in English Language and Literature 53 (2010): 23-39.


“Jane Austen Run Amok.” Newsweek 8 Mar. 2010: 53.


Jane Austen Society. News Letter: The Jane Austen Society (2010). Ed. David Selwyn.


_____. Report for 2010 (2010). Ed. David Selwyn. Essays are individually cited.


Jane Austen Society (Kent). Austentations 10 (2010). Ed. Averil Clayton. Select essays are individually cited.


Jane Austen Society (Midlands). Transactions 21 (2010). Ed. Dawn Thomas. Select essays are individually cited.


Jane Austen Society (Northern Branch). Impressions (2010). Ed. Marilyn Joice.


Jane Austen Society of Australia. JASA Chronicle (2010). Ed. Helen Malcher.


_____. Sensibilities 40 and 41 (2010). Ed. Joanna Penglase. Essays are individually cited.


Jane Austen Society of North America. JASNA News 26.1-3 (2010). Ed. Sheryl Craig.


_____. New Directions in Austen Studies. Ed. Gillian Dow and Susan Allen Ford. Spec. issue of Persuasions: The Jane Austen Journal On-Line 30.2 (2010). Web. Essays are individually cited.


_____. Persuasions: The Jane Austen Journal 32 (2010). Ed. Susan Allen Ford. Essays are individually cited. Table of Contents on the Web.


_____. Persuasions: The Jane Austen Journal On-Line 31.1 (2010). Ed. Susan Allen Ford. Web. Essays are individually cited.


Jane Austen’s Musical World. Ed. Tim Bullamore. Spec. issue of Jane Austen’s Regency World 44 (2010). Includes CD of music Austen would have known.


Jane Austen’s Regency World [JARW]. Ed. Tim Bullamore. Bath: Lansdown, 2010. Issues 43-48. Austen-related articles are individually cited.


Johnston, Freya. “Jane Austen’s Past Lives.” Cambridge Quarterly, 39 (2010): 103-21. A discussion of Austen’s The History of England.


Jones, Radhika. “The ‘Paris Review’ Perspective.” Lynch 15-18.


Jones, Vivien. “Post-Feminist Austen.” Critical Quarterly 52.4 (2010): 65-82.


_____. “‘Scrambling into a little education’: Jane Austen and the Education of Girls.” JAS Report (2010): 60-75.


Josefson, Asa. “Choderlos de Laclos’s Les Liaisons Dangereuses and Jane Austen’s Lady Susan: The Art of Manipulation.” Moderna Sprak 104.1 (2010): 29-41. Web.


Kaplan, Laurie. “Lost In Austen and Generation-Y Janeites.” Persuasions On-Line 30.2 (2010). Web.


_____. “Sense and Sensibility: 3 or 4 Country Families in an Urban Village.” Persuasions 32 (2010): 196-209. Also on the Web.


Kazuko, Hisamori. “Elizabeth Bennet Turns Socialist: Nogami Yaeko’s Machiko.” Persuasions On-Line 30.2 (2010). Web.


Kelly, Helena. “Austen and Enclosure.” Persuasions On-Line 30.2 (2010). Web.


Kennedy, Maev. “Pride, Prejudice and Poor Punctuation.” Guardian 23 Oct. 2010: 7. Also on the Web:


Kenyon-Jones, Christine. “Ambiguous Cousinship: Mansfield Park and the Mansfield Family.” Persuasions On-Line 31.1 (2010). Web.


Kindred, Sheila Johnson. “Finding Fortune and Family: Jane Austen’s Naval Brother Charles in Bermuda.” JAS Report (2010): 37-48.


Kloester, Jennifer. “Regency Women and Etiquette.” Sensibilities 41 (2010): 27-43.


Kuiper, Kathleen, ed. “Jane Austen.” The 100 Most Influential Women of All Time. New York: Britannica Educational, 2010. 136-44. Britannica Guide to the World’s Most Influential People. Gr. 9-12.


Labbe, Jacqueline, ed. The History of British Women’s Writing, 1750-1830. Vol. 5. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2010.


_____. “What Happens at the Party: Jane Austen Converses with Charlotte Smith.” Persuasions On-Line 30.2 (2010). Web.


Lane, Maggie. “A Cornish Exile.” JARW 47 (2010): 19-23. Discusses Charles Austen.


_____. “Jane, Music Lover?” JARW 44 (2010): 14-20.


_____. “Jane’s Civil Rogue.” JARW 43 (2010): 10-17. Discusses Austen’s publisher John Murray.


_____. “November in the Novels.” JARW 48 (2010): 26-31.


_____. “Only a Grandmother.” JARW 45 (2010): 24-30.


_____. “Reading Allowed.” JARW 45 (2010): 18-23.


Larner, Andrew J. “‘A Transcript of Actual Life’: Headache in the Novels of Jane Austen.” Headache: The Journal of Head and Face Pain 50.4 (2010): 692-96.


Le Faye, Deirdre. “Jane Austen and Bristol.” ‘A Grand City’—‘Life, Movement and Work’ Bristol in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries. Essays in Honour of Gerard Leighton, F.S.A. Ed. Martin J. Crossley Evans. [Bristol, UK]: Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society, 2010. 185-96.


_____. “‘Three or Four Families’: Suggestions for New Directions in Biographical Research.” Persuasions On-Line 30.2 (2010). Web.


Leal, Amy. “See Jane Bite.” Chronicle of Higher Education 14 Mar. 2010: B13-14. Also on the Web.


Leddy, Chuck. “Cents and Sensibility: A Look at the Jane Austen Juggernaut.” Writer 123.12 (2010): 8-9.


Lee, Wendy Anne. “Resituating ‘Regulated Hatred’: D. W. Harding’s Jane Austen.” ELH 77.4 (2010): 995-1014.


Lee Harris, Rachel. “A Match for ‘Emma.’” New York Times 5 Apr. 2010: 2.


Leffel, John C. “Jane Austen’s Miniature ‘Novel’: Gender, Politics, and Form in The Beautifull Cassandra.” Persuasions 32 (2010): 184-95. Also on the Web.


Leithart, Peter J. Jane Austen. 2009. Nashville, TN: Thomas Nelson, 2010. Christian Encounters Ser.


Lenckos, Elisabeth. “From Sublime Abbey to Picturesque Parsonage: The Aesthetics of Northanger Abbey and The Mysteries of Udolpho.” Persuasions 32 (2010): 105-14.


_____. “Such a sprightliness of the imagination, such a reach and turn of thought’: Mary Astell and Jane Austen.” Female Spectator 14.2 (2010): 3-5.


Levy, Michelle. “Austen’s Manuscripts and the Publicity of Print.” ELH 77.4 (2010): 1015-40.


“Literary Sites.” British Heritage Sept. 2010: 14-15.


Luebering, J. E., ed. “Jane Austen.” The 100 Most Influential Writers of All Time. New York: Britannica Educational, 2010. 138-42. Britannica Guide to the World’s Most Influential People. Gr. 9-12.


Lynch, Deidre. “‘Young Ladies Are Delicate Plants”: Jane Austen and Greenhouse Romanticism.” ELH 77.3 (2010): 689-729.


Lynch, Jack, ed. Critical Insights: Jane Austen. Pasadena: Salem, 2010. Essays are individually cited.


_____. “On Jane Austen.” Lynch 3-7.


MacWilliams, David C. “‘Hurrying into the Shrubbery’: The Sublime, Transcendence, and the Garden Scene in Emma.” Persuasions 23 (2001): 133-38. Rpt. in The Sublime. Ed. Harold Bloom and Blake Hobby. New York: Bloom’s Literary Criticism, 2010. 37-43.


Marchment, Gillian. “Jane Austen: The Lunar Legacy.” Transactions 21 (2010): 34-43.


McCrea, Barry. “Heterosexual Horror: Dracula, the Closet, and the Marriage-Plot.” Novel: A Forum on Fiction 43.2 (2010): 251-70. Several references to Austen in relation to Stoker’s character Lucy.


McFarlane, Brian. “The Impossibility of Filming ‘Jane Austen’ or at least Six Degrees of Separation.” Screen Education 57 (2010): 24-29.


McMaster, Juliet. “Jane Austen’s Children.” Persuasions On-Line 31.1 (2010). Web.


_____. “New Understandings.” Persuasions On-Line 30.2 (2010). Web.


_____. “‘A surmise of such horror’: Catherine Morland’s Imagination.” Persuasions 32 (2010): 15-27.


McMillan, Dorothy. “Iron Gates and Ha-Has: Visible and Invisible Barriers in Mansfield Park. Austentations 10 (2010): 3-18. From the 2009 conference at Lucy Cavendish College: “Jane Austen’s Houses: Outside and Inside.”


Miller, Kathleen Ann. “Haunted Heroines: The Gothic Imagination and the Female Bildungsromane of Jane Austen, Charlotte Brontë, and L. M. Montgomery.” Lion and the Unicorn 34.2 (2010): 125-47.


Min, Boung Chun. “What Manners Mean in Jane Austen’s Emma: A Study of the Conceptual and Historical Significance of Manners.” Nineteenth Century Literature in English 14.2 (2010): 155-76.


Miyuki, Amano. “Sōseki’s Transformation of the Austenian Novel: From the Novel of Manners to the Psychological Novel.” Persuasions On-Line 30.2 (2010). Web.


Moody, Ellen. “‘People that marry can never part’: An Intertextual Reading of Northanger Abbey.” Persuasions On-Line 31.1 (2010). Web.


Moore, Serena. “‘Conveyed to the world in the best chosen language’: Jane Austen and the Art of Writing.” JAS Report (2010): 149-64.


Morgan, Susan. “Why There’s No Sex in Jane Austen’s Fiction.” Lynch 121-35.


Morillo, John. “Editing Eve: Rewriting the Fall in Austen’s Persuasion and Inchbald’s A Simple Story.” Eighteenth-Century Fiction 23.1 (2010): 195-223.


Morini, Massimiliano. “The Poetics of Disengagement: Jane Austen and Echoic Irony.” Language and Literature 19.4 (2010): 339-56.


Morrison, Sarah R. “Of Woman Borne: Male Experience and Feminine Truth in Jane Austen’s Novels.” Lynch 162-78.


Mucignat, Rosa. “Theatrical Revolutions and Domestic Reforms: Space and Ideology in Goethe’s Wilhelm Meisters Lehrjahre and Austen’s Mansfield Park.” Comparative Critical Studies 7.1 (2010): 21-40.


Murphy, Olivia. “Jane Austen’s Critical Response to Women’s Writing: ‘A Good Spot for Fault-Finding.’” The History of British Women’s Writing, 1750-1830. Vol. 5. Ed. Jacqueline M. Labbe. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2010. 288-300.


Nelson, James Lindemann. “How Catherine Does Go On: Northanger Abbey and Moral Thought.” Philosophy and Literature 34.1 (2010): 188-200.


Newman, Hilary. “Through the Eyes of Another Writer: Anne Thackeray Ritchie on Jane Austen.” JAS Report (2010): 212-17.


Nigro, Jeffrey. “Mystery Meets Muslin: Regency Gothic Dress in Art, Fashion, and the Theater.” Persuasions On-Line 31.1 (2010). Web.


“No Persuasion Necessary: Jane Austen’s Eternal Appeal.” Library Journal 15 Sept. (2010): 107. Also on the Web.


Norris, David Owen. “Listen to Jane’s iPod.” JARW 44 (2010): 22-25.


Nowak, Tenille. “The Gothic Novel and the Invention of the Middle-Class Reader: Northanger Abbey as Case Study.” Alien Contact 21.2 (2010): 1-45.


O’Connell, Daniel, and Sabine Kowal. “Interjections in the Performance of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice.” Journal of Psycholinguistic Research 39.4 (2010): 285-304.


Owen, David. Rethinking Jane Austen’s Lady Susan: The Case for Her “failed” Epistolary Novella. Lewiston: Mellen, 2010.


Paris, Bernard J. “Emma.” Lynch 71-104.


Parker, Mike. “Tidings of My Harp.” JARW 44 (2010): 35-39.


Parry, Sarah. “‘This roof was to be the roof of an abbey!’ Touring Northanger Abbey and Other Enigmatic and Outrageous Country Houses.” Persuasions On-Line 31.1 (2010). Web.


Patterson, Amy. “Thanks for All the Fish.” JARW 48 (2010): 21-25. Compares Austen with Douglas Adams.


Penglase, Joanna. “Persuasion and the Regency.” Sensibilities 41 (2010): 52-58.


_____. “Mansfield Park and the Regency.” Sensibilities 41 (2010): 82-92.


Penney, Christine. “Notes on Sales 2010.” JAS Report (2010): 227-34.


Peterson, Lesley. “Unbecoming Jane: Genre and Craft in Austen’s Earliest Novels.” Persuasions On-Line 30.2 (2010). Web.


Phelan, James. “Voice; or, Authors, Narrators, and Audiences.” Teaching Narrative Theory. Ed. David Herman, Brian McHale, and James Phelan. New York: MLA, 2010. 137-50.


Piggott, Patrick. The Innocent Diversion: Music in the Life and Writings of Jane Austen. 1979. Ludlow, Shropshire, UK: Moonrise, 2010.


Potkay, Adam. “Narrative Possibilities of Happiness, Unhappiness, and Joy.” Social Research 77.2 (2010): 523-44.


Richardson, Alan. “Facial Expression Theory from Romanticism to the Present.” Introduction to Cognitive Cultural Studies. Ed. Lisa Zunshine. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins UP, 2010. 65-83.


Richetti, John J. “Women Novelists and the Canon: Ingrained Misogyny?” Eighteenth-Century Life 34.3 (2010): 1-5.


Ridout, Alice. “The Politics of Nostalgia: Jane Austen Recycled.” Contemporary Women Writers Look Back: From Irony to Nostalgia. London: Continuum, 2010. 123-42.


Roberts, Sarah A., et al. “Darcin: A Male Pheromone that Stimulates Female Memory and Sexual Attraction to an Individual Male’s Odour.” BMC Biology 8:75 (2010). Web. The pheromone is named “Darcin” after Mr. Darcy in Pride and Prejudice.


Robinson, Hilary. “Herb Use in Jane Austen’s Time.” Transactions 21 (2010): 55-56.


Russell, Adam. “Isabelle de Montolieu Reads Anne Elliot’s Mind: Free Indirect Discourse in La Famille Elliot.” Persuasions 32 (2010): 232-47.


Russell, Gillian. “‘A Hint of It, with Initials’: Adultery, Textuality and Publicity in Jane Austen’s Lady Susan.” Women’s Writing 17.3 (2010): 469-86.


Sadoff, Dianne F. “Heritage Film, Classic Serial and England’s Jane.” Victorian Vogue: British Novels on Screen. Minneapolis: U of Minnesota P, 2010. 1-46.


_____. “Marketing Jane Austen at the Megaplex.” Novel: A Forum on Fiction 43.1 (2010): 83-92.


Schellenberg, Betty A. “The Bluestockings and the Genealogy of the Modern Novel.” University of Toronto Quarterly 79.4 (2010): 1023-34.


Schiffman, Robyn L. “A Concert of Werthers.” Eighteenth-Century Studies 43.2 (2010): 207-22.


Schmoop. Jane Austen: Schmoop Biography Guide. [Sunnyvale]: Schmoop, 2010.


Schonblom, Eric. “Another Lady’s Proposal: ‘Sea-Bathing at Sanditon.’” Persuasions 32 (2010): 248-54.


Schulman, Adam. “Self-Knowledge and Moral Seriousness in Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice.” Apples of Gold in Pictures of Silver: Honoring the Work of Leon R. Kass. Ed. Yuval Levin, Thomas W. Merrill, and Adam Schulman. Lanham: Lexington, 2010. 153-74.


Schwartz, Judith A., and Richard B. Schwartz. The Wounds that Heal: Heroism and Human Development. Lanham: UP of America, 2010. Discusses four examples of heroic personalities: T. E. Lawrence, Winston Churchill, George S. Patton, Jr., and Jane Austen [largely on pp. 58-63].


Selwyn, David. Jane Austen and Children. London: Continuum, 2010.


Smith, Erin J. “Dancing in a New Direction: Jane Austen and the Regency Waltz.” Persuasions On-Line 30.2 (2010). Web.


Smither, Elizabeth. “The Mathematics of Jane Austen.” Meanjin 69.4 (2010): 252-62. A reprint of this story from her collection The Mathematics of Jane Austen and Other Stories (Auckland: Godwit, 1997).


Soni, Vivasvan. “Committing Freedom: The Cultivation of Judgment in Rousseau’s Emile and Austen’s Pride and Prejudice.” Eighteenth Century: Theory and Interpretation 51.3 (2010): 363-87.


Southam, Brian C. “Jane Austen beside the Seaside: An Introduction.” Persuasions 32 (2010): 167-72.


Stanley, Alessandra. “It’s Still Mostly Sunny at Hartfield.” New York Times 22 Jan. 2010: 1.


Stiller, Maureen. “Mansfield Park—The Opera?” JAS Report (2010): 218-22.


_____. “The Mirror in Northanger Abbey.” JAS Report (2010): 184-87.


Sturrock, June. “Emma in the 1860s: Austen, Yonge, Oliphant, Eliot.” Women’s Writing 17.2 (2010): 324-42.


Sutherland, Kathryn. “‘Austen’s Points’: Kathryn Sutherland Responds.” Language Log. Ed. Geoff Nunberg. 29 Nov. 2010. Web.


_____. Interview by Mary Louise Kelly. “Manuscripts Suggest Jane Austen Had a Great Editor.” Morning Edition. Natl. Public Radio. 27 Oct. 2010. Radio. Also on the Web.


Swann, Mandy. “A Moderate Sensibility: The Similar Lives and Writings of Ann Radcliffe and Jane Austen.” Sensibilities 41 (2010): 12-26.


Tarpley, Joyce Kerr. Constancy and the Ethics of Jane Austen’s Mansfield Park. Washington, DC: Catholic U of America P, 2010.


Tauchert, Ashley. “‘Facts Are Such Horrible Things!’: The Question of Authentic Femininity in Jane Austen.” Romanticism, Sincerity, and Authenticity. Ed. Tim Milnes and Kerry Sinanan. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2010. 238-59.


Taylor, Barbara, et al. “Desert Island Texts?” Women 21.1 (2010): 10-74.


Thompson, Allison. “The Rules of the Assembly: Dancing at Bath and Other Spas in the Eighteenth Century.” Persuasions On-Line 31.1 (2010). Web.


Thornell, Kristel. “Film Adaptations of Emma between Agency and Submission.” Mosaic: A Journal for the Interdisciplinary Study of Literature 43.3 (2010): 17-33.


Todd, Janet. “‘Suicide is more respectable’: Why Nineteenth-Century Americans Hated Miss Austen.” JAS Report (2010): 27-36.


Toker, Leona. “Non-Carnivalesque Oppositionality: Jane Austen and the Golden Mean.” Towards the Ethics of Form in Fiction: Narratives of Cultural Remission. Columbus: Ohio State UP, 2010. 67-93.


Toner, Anne. “Jane Austen, Frances Sheridan, and the Ha-Ha: A New Affiliation for Mansfield Park.” Persuasions 32 (2010): 224-31.


Troost, Linda, and Sayre Greenfield. “‘Strange mutations’: Shakespeare, Austen and Cultural Success.” Shakespeare and Jane Austen. Spec. issue of Shakespeare 6.4 (2010): 431-45.


Trunel, Lucile. Les Editions Françaises de Jane Austen, 1815-2007: L’apport de l’histoire editoriale à la compréhension de la réception de l’auteur en France. Paris: Honore Champion, 2010.


Turner, Gavin. “‘How the Devil came he to make such a will?’—Jane Austen, Lawyers and the Law.” JAS Report (2010): 174-84.


Upfal, Annette, and Christine Alexander. “Are We Ready for New Directions? Jane Austen’s The History of England and Cassandra’s Portraits.” Persuasions On-Line 30.2 (2010). Web.


Uphaus, Robert W. “Jane Austen and Female Reading.” Lynch 105-20.


Valihora, Karen. Austen’s Oughts: Judgment after Locke and Shaftesbury. Newark: U Delaware P, 2010.


Villaseñor, Alice Marie. “Fanny Caroline Lefroy: A Feminist Critic in the Austen Family.” Persuasions On-Line 30.2 (2010). Web.


Viveash, Chris. “Handel, Tennis and Jane Austen.” JAS Report (2010): 193-97.


_____. “Jane Austen’s Mr. Gould.” JAS Report (2010): 83-88.


Wagner, Tamara S. Financial Speculation in Victorian Fiction: Plotting Money and the Novel Genre, 1815–1901. Columbus: Ohio State UP, 2010. A discussion of Sanditon in chapter one.


Walker, Eric C. “‘In the Place of a Parent’: Austen and Adoption.” Persuasions On-Line 30.2 (2010). Web.


Walker, Linda Robinson. “Jane Austen’s Death: The Long Reach of Typhus?Persuasions On-Line 31.1 (2010). Web.


Warhol-Down, Robyn. “Feminist Theory/Practice: Narration, Story-World, and Perspective in Jane Austen’s Persuasion.” Foreign Literature Studies/Wai Guo Wen Xue Yan Jiu 32.4 (2010): 51-59.


Warner, William B. “Resistance on the Circuit: The Novel in the Age of the Post.” Novel: A Forum on Fiction 43.1 (2010): 169-75.


“Was Jane Austen Edited? Does It Matter?” Narr. Geoff Nunberg. Fresh Air. Natl. Public Radio. 17 Nov. 2010. Radio. Also on the Web with additional notes:


Watts, Ruth. “‘Thinking Women’ in Jane Austen’s Time: Women Achievers in Science, Education and History.” Transactions 21 (2010): 6-24.


Webb, Igor. Rereading the Nineteenth Century: Studies in the Old Criticism from Austen to Lawrence. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2010.


Webster, Jill. “Wealth and Rank in Jane Austen’s Novels.” Austentations 10 (2010): 53-58.


Wells, Juliette. “Austen’s Adventures in American Popular Fiction, 1996-2006.” Persuasions On-Line 30.2 (2010). Web.


_____. “From Schlockspeare to Austenpop.” Shakespeare and Jane Austen. Spec. issue of Shakespeare 6.4 (2010): 446-62.


_____. “Jane Austen in Mollywood: Mainstreaming Mormonism in Andrew Black’s Pride and Prejudice.” Peculiar Portrayals: Mormons on the Page, Stage, and Screen. Ed. Mark T. Decker and Michael Austin. Logan: Utah State UP, 2010. 163-82.


Whitebread, Monica. “Jane Austen’s Unknown History: PW talks with Stephanie Barron.” Publishers Weekly 30 Aug. 2010: 33


Wifall, Rachel. “Introduction: Jane Austen and William Shakespeare—Twin icons?” Shakespeare and Jane Austen. Spec. issue of Shakespeare 6.4 (2010): 403-09.


Wiker, Benjamin. “Sense and Sensibility: Jane Austen.” 10 Books Every Conservative Must Read, Plus Four Not To Miss and One Imposter. Washington, DC: Regnery, 2010. 225-44.


Wilkes, Christopher. “Culinary Jane: Austen’s Domestic Discourse.” Cuisine and Symbolic Capital: Food in Film and Literature. Ed. Cheleen Ann-Catherine Mahar. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars, 2010. 27-60.


Wilkes, Joanne. Women Reviewing Women in Nineteenth-Century Britain: The Critical Reception of Jane Austen, Charlotte Brontë, and George Eliot. Burlington: Ashgate, 2010.


Williams, Michael. “Visionaries and Sceptics: Tom Paine and Some Contemporaries.” English Academy Review 27.1 (2010): 4-13. Briefly examines the works of Jane Austen and Mary Wollstonecraft.


Willoughby, Rupert. Basingstoke and Its Contribution to World Culture. [Author], 2010.


Wilson, Margaret. “Fever in the Family.” JAS Report (2010): 88-91.


Wood, Gillen D’Arcy. “Austen’s Accomplishment.” Romanticism and Music Culture in Britain, 1770-1840: Virtue and Virtuosity. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2010. 151-79. Cambridge Studies in Romanticism.


Wright, Erika. “Prevention as Narrative in Jane Austen’s Mansfield Park.” Studies in the Novel 42.4 (2010): 377-94.


Yee, Nancy. “John Thorpe, Villain Ordinaire: The Modern Montoni/Schedoni.” Persuasions On-Line 31.1 (2010). Web.


Young, Kay. Imagining Minds: The Neuro-Aesthetics of Austen, Eliot, and Hardy. Columbus: Ohio State UP, 2010.


Yount, Janet Aikins. “Jane Austen Scholarship: ‘The Richness of the Present Age.’” Eighteenth-Century Life 34.1 (Winter 2010): 72-113.


Yu, Xiaoping. “Character-Driven Theme Analysis in Pride and Prejudice.” Journal of Language Teaching and Research 1.5 (2010): 678-81.


Zhang, Feng. “A Brief Analysis on the Two Chinese Versions of Pride and Prejudice from the Perspective of Ideology.” English Language Teaching 3.3 (2010): 194-97.

4. Selected Dissertations


Alagona, Sandra L. “Revolution and Improvement in the Writings of Jane Austen and Margaret Fuller.” Diss. Claremont Graduate U, 2010. ProQuest (2010): item 746093348. Web.


Anderst, Leah M. “‘Double Consciousness’ and ‘Dual Voice’: Ambivalence and Free Indirect Style in Novels and Film.” Diss. City U of NY, 2010. ProQuest (2010): item 725988242. Web. Discusses FIS in Emma.


Collins, Alexandra Guhde. “Finding a Home Within: The Development of Feminine Subjectivity in Jane Austen’s Mansfield Park: An Application of Jessica Benjamin’s Psychoanalytic Theory.” Diss. Wright Institute, 2010. ProQuest (2010): item 859241338. Web.


Craig, Sheryl Bonar. “‘Above Vulgar Economy’: Jane Austen and Money.” Diss. U Kansas, 2010. ProQuest (2010): item 879040067. Web.


Dimakis-Toliopoulos, Panagiota. “The Abuser and the Abused: Impropriety in Selected Texts of Jane Austen.” Diss. U de Montréal, 2009. DAIA 71.4 (2010): item DANR59970.


Lamkin, Caralyn Bolte. “Traveling Domestically: British Romantic Women Writers Cultivating Home and Nation.” Diss. U of Florida, 2010.


Lauer, Emily. “Drawing Conclusions: Visual Literacy in Fiction.” Diss. City U of NY, 2010. ProQuest (2010): item 876180827. Web. Discusses the 1894 edition of Pride and Prejudice illustrated by Hugh Thomson; also discusses illustrated works of Dickens, Thackeray, and Carroll.


Le Corbeiller, Suzanne Hayden. “Lovers’ Vows: First and Second Loves in Mansfield Park and the Novel of Second Attachment.” Diss. Idaho State U, 2010. ProQuest (2010): item 305231398. Web.


Polacshek, Bronwyn. “The Postfeminist Biopic: Narrating the Lives of Plath, Kahlo, Woolf, and Austen.” Diss. U of Otago, 2010.


Voyles, Katherine Hardman. “Negotiations of Size and Scale in the Nineteenth-Century British Novel.” Diss. U of California, Irvine, 2010. ProQuest (2010): item 756901292. Web. Discusses Pride and Prejudice and Persuasion.

5. Popular Culture


Adams, Alexa. First Impressions: A Tale of Less Pride and Prejudice. Denver: Outskirts, 2010.


Altman, Marsha. Mr. Darcy’s Great Escape: A Tale of the Darcys and the Bingleys. Naperville: Sourcebooks, 2010. Pride and Prejudice Continues 3.


Angell, Lavinia. The Sheik of Araby: Pride and Prejudice in the Desert. [Author], 2010.


Aston, Elizabeth. Writing Jane Austen: A Novel. New York: Touchstone, 2010.


Austen, Jane. Jane Austen: In Her Own Words. Ed. Annie Bullen. Andover, UK: Pitkin, 2010.


_____. Rollercoasters: Pride and Prejudice Reader. Oxford: Oxford UP, 2010. Key Stage 4 reader.


Balogh, Mary, Colleen Gleason, Susan Krinard, and Janet Mullany. Bespelling Jane. New York: Harlequin, 2010. Includes Four Novellas: Almost Persuaded; Northanger Castle; Blood and Prejudice; and Little to Hex Her.


Barron, Stephanie. Jane and the Madness of Lord Byron: Being a Jane Austen Mystery. New York: Bantam, 2010.


Baxley, M. K. Dana Darcy: A Pride and Prejudice Sequel to The Cumberland Plateau. [Author]: White Dove, 2010.


Bebris, Carrie. The Intrigue at Highbury, Or, Emma’s Match: A Mr. and Mrs. Darcy Mystery. New York: Tor, 2010.


Becton, Jennifer. Charlotte Collins: A Continuation of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice. [Author]: Whiteley, 2010.


Blakemore, Erin. The Heroine’s Bookshelf: Life Lessons, from Jane Austen to Laura Ingalls Wilder. New York: Harper, 2010.


Bloom, Michael, adapt. Emma [a play]. By Jane Austen. New York: Samuel French, 2010.


Butler, Nancy, adapt. Sense and Sensibility. By Jane Austen. Illus. Sonny Liew. New York: Marvel Comics, 2010.


Caldwell, Jack. Pemberley Ranch. Naperville: Sourcebooks, 2010.


Childers, Casey. Twilight of the Abyss: A Pride and Prejudice Variation. [Author], 2010.


Collins, Rebecca Ann. A Woman of Influence. 2004. Naperville: Sourcebooks, 2010. Pemberley Chronicles Bk. 9.


_____. Recollections of Rosings. 2003. Naperville: Sourcebooks, 2010. Pemberley Chronicles Bk. 8.


_____. The Legacy of Pemberley. 2005. Naperville: Sourcebooks, 2010. Pemberley Chronicles Bk.10.


Croft, J. Marie. Mr. Darcy Takes the Plunge. [Wenatchee]: Rhemalda, 2010.


De Jong, Cornelius. My Brother and I: A Novel. [Author], 2010. A sequel to Pride and Prejudice.


Ford, Michael Thomas. Jane Bites Back: A Novel. New York: Ballantine, 2010.


Foster, Jeanne Desautel. Pride and Prejudice: Mary’s Story. [Author]: Sycamore, 2010.


Frederic, Mariette. Pride and Prejudice Surrendered. Pittsburgh: Rose Dog, 2010.


Frederick, Heather Vogel. Pies and Prejudice. New York: Simon, 2010. Mother-Daughter Book Club. Gr. 6-9.


Grahame-Smith, Seth, Tony Lee, Cliff Richards, and Jane Austen. Pride and Prejudice and Zombies: The Graphic Novel. New York: Del Rey, 2010.


Grange, Amanda, Sharon Lathan, and Carolyn Eberhart. A Darcy Christmas. Naperville: Sourcebooks, 2010.


Hanreddy, Joseph, and J. R. Sullivan, adapt. Pride and Prejudice. By Jane Austen. Ashland: Oregon Shakespeare Festival, 2010. OSF Scripts. Official script of the 2010 production.


Harding, P. M. Beloved. Oysterville: Meryton, 2010. A re-telling of Pride and Prejudice.


Harrison, Cora. I Was Jane Austen’s Best Friend. New York: Delacorte, 2010. Gr. 7-10.


Hassell, Ann, and Jane Austen. Pride and Prejudice’s Vampires. Sioux Falls: Netherfield, 2010.


Herendeen, Ann. Pride/Prejudice: A Novel of Mr. Darcy, Elizabeth Bennet, and Their Other Loves. New York: Harper, 2010.


Hile, Laura L. Mercy’s Embrace: Elizabeth Elliot’s Story Book 3—The Lady Must Decide. [Coeur D’Alene]: Wytherngate, 2010.


Hockensmith, Steve, Patrick Arrasmith, and Jane Austen. Pride and Prejudice and Zombies: Dawn of the Dreadfuls. Philadelphia: Quirk, 2010.


Hox, Emma. Longbourn’s Unexpected Matchmaker: A Novel. 2nd Ed. [Wenatchee]: Rhemalda, 2010.


Ivins, Holly. Jane Austen Pocket Bible. Newton Abbott, UK: White Ladder, 2010.


The Jane Austen Companion to Life. Naperville: Sourcebooks, 2010.


Jane Austen Companion to Life 2011 Calendar. Naperville: Sourcebooks, 2010.


Jane Austen Mini Journal. New York: Potter Style, 2010.


Jeffers, Regina. Captain Wentworth’s Persuasion: Jane Austen’s Classic Retold through His Eyes. Berkeley: Ulysses, 2010.


_____. The Phantom of Pemberley: A Pride and Prejudice Murder Mystery. Berkeley: Ulysses, 2010.


Jory, Jon, adapt. Emma: A Play. By Jane Austen. New York: Playscripts, 2010.


_____. Sense and Sensibility: A Play. By Jane Austen. New York: Playscripts, 2010.


Josephson, Wayne, and Jane Austen. Emma and the Vampires. Naperville: Sourcebooks, 2010.


Kiely, Tracy. Murder on the Bride’s Side. New York: Minotaur, 2010.


Kowal, Mary Robinette. Shades of Milk and Honey. New York: Tor, 2010. If Jane Austen had been a fantasy writer: Pride and Prejudice meets Jonathan Strange and Mr. Norrell.


Lathan, Sharon. In the Arms of Mr. Darcy: Pride and Prejudice Continues. Naperville: Sourcebooks, 2010.


_____. My Dearest Mr. Darcy: An Amazing Journey into Love Everlasting: Pride and Prejudice Continues. Naperville: Sourcebooks, 2010.


Louise, Kara. Darcy’s Voyage: A Tale of Uncharted Love on the Open Seas. Naperville: Sourcebooks, 2010. Rpt. of Pemberley’s Promise. 2007.


Moore, Constance. Jane Austen on Love and Romance. Chichester, UK: Summersdale, 2010.


Mullany, Janet. Jane and the Damned: A Novel. New York: Harper, 2010.


Mushatt, Mary Anne. Darcy and the Duchess. [Author], 2010.


Nazarian, Vera. Northanger Abbey and Angels and Dragons: With Scholarly Footnotes and Appendices. Winnetka: Curiosities / Norilana, 2010.


Nieves, Doris. Misconceptions: Pride and Prejudice—A Conclusion. [Author]: Xlibris, 2010.


Pattillo, Beth. Mr. Darcy Broke My Heart. New York: Guideposts, 2010.


Pierson, C. Allyn. Mr. Darcy’s Little Sister. Naperville: Sourcebooks, 2010. Rpt. of And This Our Life. 2008.


Pitkeathley, Jill. Dearest Cousin Jane: A Jane Austen Novel. New York: Harper, 2010.


Reynolds, Abigail. Mr. Darcy’s Obsession. Naperville: Sourcebooks, 2010.


_____. Mr. Fitzwilliam Darcy: The Last Man in the World. 2006. Naperville: Sourcebooks, 2010.


_____. The Man Who Loved Pride and Prejudice. Naperville: Sourcebooks, 2010. Rpt. of Pemberley by the Sea. 2008.


Ross, Inez. Sotherton Abbey: Jane Austen Meets Santa Fe. Los Alamos: Ashley, 2010.


Rowlatt, Bee, and May Witwit. Talking about Jane Austen in Baghdad: The True Story of an Unlikely Friendship. London: Penguin, 2010. Very little about Jane Austen.


Rushton, Rosie. Echoes of Love (Jane Austen in the 21st Century). London: Piccadilly, 2010. A YA novel.


Schine, Cathleen. The Three Weissmanns of Westport: A Novel. New York: Farrar, 2010. A modern-day derivative of Sense and Sensibility.


Shepherd, Lynn. Murder at Mansfield Park. New York: St. Martin’s, 2010.


Sherwood, Mary L. A Marriage Worth the Earning: Vol. 2 For Better or Worse. [Author], 2010. A sequel to Pride and Prejudice.


Simonsen, Mary L. Anne Elliot, a New Beginning: A Persuasion Re-imagining. 2009. Peoria, AZ: Quail Creek, 2010. A revised edition of Anne Elliot, I Am Woman, originally published online in 2009.


Traubel, Angela. Trifle Bearings: Quotes about All Aspects of Life from the Writings of Jane Austen. [Indianapolis]: Dog Ear, 2010.


Wegner, Ola. Apprehension and Desire: A Tale of Pride and Prejudice. [Author], 2010.


Wells, Linda. Memory, a Tale of Pride and Prejudice: How Far We Have Come. [Author], 2010.


_____. Memory, a Tale of Pride and Prejudice: Lasting Impressions. [Author], 2010.


_____. Memory, a Tale of Pride and Prejudice: Trials to Bear. [Author], 2010.


Willig, Lauren. The Mischief of the Mistletoe. New York: Dutton, 2010.


Wilson, Enid. Fire and Cross: Pride and Prejudice with a Mysterious Twist. [Eastwood, NSW: Author], 2010.


_____. My Darcy Mutates: A Collection of Pride and Prejudice Inspired Short Stories. [Eastwood, NSW: Author], 2010.

Notes on the Jane Austen Bibliography, 2010:

1. Style: the Bibliography follows the MLA 7th edition with one major exception:  the medium qualifier is added only for non-print titles, i.e. Web, Film, CD, DVD, etc.  Alphabetization follows the NISO rules rather than MLA:  a blank space comes before a number or a letter in filing:  e.g., Le Faye comes before Leal, rather than letter-by-letter.

2. Cross-references are used for works in essay collections or anthologies to minimize repetition:  the citation refers to the author/editor and page numbers only; the full citation is found under the author or editor.

3. Annotations are included only for those entries where title alone is not self-explanatory.

4. Reprint editions: the past few years have seen an inordinate number of reprints of older editions and critical works and biographies, as well as an increased number of books available electronically, for instance the John Hubback work Jane Austen’s Sailor Brothers.  At this point Editor Susan Allen Ford and I agree that all cannot possibly be listed.  We will only see an increase in such works as the reprint publishers, POD suppliers, and ebook companies continue their efforts to make such works available.  I just make note of this phenomenon and encourage you to search online for older titles you might be looking for to see if they are available in these newer formats, and also alert you that what might look like a new work may actually be a reprint of an older work, and perhaps less expensive in its original edition.

By example I have put in this 2010 bibliography the citation to the reprints edited by Howard F. Clarke, the Memoir and the Family Record [see under Austen Circle], and the Dover reprint of the 1899 Sense and Sensibility illustrated by Chris Hammond [see under Austen Editions].

5. Paperback reprints: these will be included in the annual bibliography only if published four or more years after the original edition.

6. US/UK publication: as a number of works are published in the US and the UK in different years, an effort will be made to include each publication in its publication year, with variations in titles noted.

7. Popular Culture: this category includes sequels, continuations, adaptations, films, merchandise, etc.  As there are a number of works that are self-published in this area, I have listed those that are readily available online and show a title and copyright page and an ISBN number.  Those having no place of publication or publisher noted are cited as [Author], date for the imprint.

8. Kindle/ebooks: if a work is an ebook only, it will not be cited in the bibliography.  This policy will be revisited as this format of publication becomes even more popular.

9. Book reviews: a review of a work on Jane Austen is generally not cited unless it is a substantive essay in its own right.

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