A few words on format: the Bibliography has five sections:
Explanatory notes are at the end of the document.
1. Austen Editions
Austen, Jane. Persuasion. Adapt. Clare West. Oxford: Oxford UP, 2008. Oxford Bookworms.
_____. Pride and Prejudice: With an Introduction and Contemporary Criticism. Ed. Joseph Pearce. San Francisco: Ignatius, 2008.
Austen, Jane, and Dina Odnopozova. Pride and Prejudice, with Study Guide. Leonia, NJ: Croce, 2008.
Todd, Janet, and Linda Bree, eds. The Cambridge Edition of the Works of Jane Austen: Later Manuscripts. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2008.
Note the following publication of multiple novels by these publishers in 2008:
Cambridge Scholars (Newcastle, 2008): Emma, Mansfield Park, Northanger Abbey, Persuasion, Pride and Prejudice, Sense and Sensibility (with Lady Susan).
Pearson Education (Harlow, 2008): Emma (retold by Annette Barnes), Persuasion (retold by Derek Strange), and Pride and Prejudice (retold by Evelyn Atwood).
Real Reads (Stroud, UK, 2008): Emma, Mansfield Park, Northanger Abbey, and Pride and Prejudice. All adapted by Gill Tavner.
Shoes and Ships and Sealing Wax (UK, 2008): Emma, Northanger Abbey and Persuasion, Pride and Prejudice, and Sense and Sensibility. All with illustrations by Hugh Thomson.
Vintage Classics (London, 2008): Mansfield Park, Northanger Abbey, and Persuasion.
Austen Editions: Audiobooks
Austen, Jane. Emma. Narr. Wanda McCaddon. Old Saybrook, CT: Tantor, 2008. Unabridged CD.
_____. Mansfield Park. Narr. Wanda McCaddon. Old Saybrook, CT: Tantor, 2008. Unabridged CD.
_____. Northanger Abbey. Narr. Glenda Jackson. Ashland, OR: Blackstone, 2008. Unabridged CD.
_____. Persuasion. Narr. Anne Flosnik. Old Saybrook, CT: Tantor, 2008. Unabridged CD.
_____. Pride and Prejudice. Narr. Josephine Bailey. Old Saybrook, CT: Tantor, 2008. Unabridged CD.
_____. Sense and Sensibility. Narr. Wanda McCaddon. Old Saybrook, CT: Tantor, 2008. Unabridged CD.
2. Austen Circle
Austen-Leigh, J. E. A Memoir of Jane Austen. 1871. A Memoir of Jane Austen and Other Family Recollections. Ed. Kathryn Sutherland. Oxford: Oxford UP, 2008.
Wilson, Margaret. Eva: An Aspiring Victorian: The Life of Eva Knatchbull-Hugessen, Great-Great-Niece of Jane Austen. Tonbridge: [Author], 2008. Rpt. of A Kent Girl-Graduate. 1994.
Adams, Carol J., Kelly Gesch, and Douglas Buchanan. The Bedside, Bathtub and Armchair Companion to Jane Austen. New York: Continuum, 2008.
Adams, Stephen. “Jane Austen Wrote About Baseball 40 Years Before It Was ‘Invented.’” Telegraph 4 Nov. 2008. Web. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/books/3562873/Jane-Austen-wrote-about-baseball-40-years-before-it-was-invented.html
Adamson, Sylvia. “Working Out the Interest: Williams, Empson and Jane Austen.” Critical Quarterly 50.1-2 (2008): 103-19.
Ailwood, Sarah. “Domestic Virtues? Homelessness and Men in Persuasion.” Sensibilities 37 (2008): 153-62.
_____. “‘Talking of . . . Lord Byron’: Jane Austen Responds to the Byronic Hero.” Sensibilities 37 (2008): 145-52.
Alsina, Victòria. Llengua i Estilística en la Narrativa de Jane Austen: Les Traduccions al Català. Barcelona: Eumo, 2008.
_____. “El Tratamiento del Discurso Indirecto Libre en Las Traducciones Españolas y Catalana de Mansfield Park de Jane Austen.” La Oralidad Fingida: Obras Literarias: Descripcion y Traduccion. Ed. Jenny Brumme and Hildegard Resinger. Madrid: Iberoamericana, 2008. 15-32.
Amano, Miyuki. “A Cross-Cultural Approach to Jane Austen’s Novels.” Hecate 34.2 (2008): 17-31.
Anderson, Kathleen, and Jordan Kidd. “Mrs. Jennings and Mrs.Palmer: The Path to Female Self-Determination in Austen’s Sense and Sensibility.” Persuasions 30 (2008): 135-48. Also on the web.
Aoyama, Tomoko. “Jane Austen and Kanai Mieko: Comic Sisterhood.” Hecate: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Women’s Liberation 34.2 (2008): 4-16.
Auerbach, Emily. “Defying Social Restrictions.” 2004. Johnson, Issues of Class 113-22.
_____. “The Geese vs. the ‘Niminy Piminy Spinster’: Virginia Woolf Defends Jane Austen.” Persuasions On-Line 29.1 (2008). Web.
Bachmann, Steve. Unbecoming Jane: Austen, Proust and Darwin (and Casanova and Stendhal). [Author]: CreateSpace, 2008. [Harvardwood, 2009].
Baines, Richard. “Music in the Georgian Era.” Transactions 19 (2008): 6-8.
Baker, William. Critical Companion to Jane Austen: A Literary Reference to her Life and Work. New York: Facts On File, 2008.
Bander, Elaine. “ Miss J. Austen, Jonathan Strange & Mr. Norrell.” Persuasions On-Line 29.1 (2008). Web.
_____. “‘O Leave Novels’: Jane Austen, Sir Charles Grandison, Sir Edward Denham, and Rob Mossgiel.” Persuasions 30 (2008): 202-15.
Barchas, Janine. “Mrs. Gaskell’s North and South: Austen’s Early Legacy.” Persuasions 30 (2008): 53-66.
Benditt, Theodore M. “Fanny’s Moral Limits.” Persuasions On-Line 29.1 (2008). Web.
Berglund, Birgitta. “Dramas of Regeneration: The Function of Children and Childbirth in Jane Austen’s Novels.” English Now: Selected Papers from the 20th IAUPE Conference in Lund 2007. Ed. Marianne Thormahlen. Lund, Swed.: Lund UP, 2008. 82-89. Lund Studies in English.
Bond, Jenny, and Chris Sheedy. “Pride and Prejudice, Jane Austen, 1813.” Who the Hell Is Pansy O’Hara?: The Fascinating Stories behind 50 of the World’s Best-Loved Books. New York: Penguin, 2008. 1-8.
Bour, Isabelle. “Locke, Richardson, and Austen: Or, How to Become a Gentleman.” Persuasions 30 (2008): 159-69.
Bradney-Smith, Adrienne. “Art and the Austen Family.” JAS Report (2008): 129-44.
Bray, Joe. “‘Absorbed Attention’: Catherine Morland, Anne Elliot and Fanny Price.” The Female Reader in the English Novel: From Burney to Austen. London: Routledge, 2008. 144-74. Routledge Studies in Eighteenth-Century Literature.
Brideoake, Fiona. “The Republic of Pemberley: Politeness and Citizenship in Digital Sociability.” 19: Interdisciplinary Studies in the Long Nineteenth Century 7 (2008). Web. http://19.bbk.ac.uk/index.php/19/article/view/483
Brittain-Catlin, Timothy. “Speaking Volumes.” World of Interiors Nov. 2008: 182-89. A description of the premises of the publisher John Murray in Albemarle Street, London, filled with the echoes of literary chat and ghostly gossip, from Jane Austen to Osbert Lancaster.
Brodey, Inger Sigrun. Ruined by Design: Shaping Novels and Gardens in the Culture of Sensibility. New York: Routledge, 2008. Includes discussions of Sense and Sensibility and the juvenilia.
Brosh, Liora. “Consuming Women: Pride and Prejudice and Wuthering Heights.” Screening Novel Women: From British Domestic Fiction to Film. New York: Palgrave, 2008. 19-45.
Brown, Julia Prewitt. “Fanny’s Room.” The Bourgeois Interior. Charlottesville: U of Virginia P, 2008. 40-59.
Burgess, Miranda. “Fanny Price’s British Museum: Empire, Genre, and Memory in Mansfield Park.” Recognizing the Romantic Novel: New Histories of British Fiction, 1780-1830. Ed. Jillian Heydt-Stevenson and Charlotte Sussman. Liverpool: Liverpool UP, 2008. 208-36.
Butler, Marilyn. “What Class Meant for Women.” 2004. Johnson, Issues of Class 31-40.
Byrde, Penelope. Jane Austen Fashion: Fashion and Needlework in the Works of Jane Austen. 1999. Ludlow: Moonrise, 2008.
Cano Lopez, Marina. “Persuasion Moves To Chicago: Rewriting Austen’s Classic in The Lake House.” Persuasions On-Line 29.1 (2008). Web.
Cano Lopez, Marina, and Rosa María García-Periago. “Becoming Shakespeare and Jane Austen in Love: An Intertextual Dialogue between Two Biopics.” Persuasions On-Line 29.1 (2008). Web.
Caplan, Clive. “The Ships of Frank Austen.” JAS Report (2008): 74-86.
_____. “‘We suppose the Trial is to take place this week.’” JAS Report (2008): 152-59.
Carroll, Laura. “Jane Austen’s Abandoned Romances.” Meanjin 67.2 (2008): 16-26. Also on the Web: http://meanjin.com.au/editions/volume-67-number-2-2008/article/jane-austen-s-abandoned-romances/
Case, Alison A., and Harry E. Shaw. Reading the Nineteenth-Century Novel: Austen to Eliot. Hoboken: Wiley, 2008. Ch. 1 covers Pride and Prejudice and Persuasion.
Chan, Mary M. “Mr.Collins on Screen: Jane Austen’s Legacy of the Ridiculous.” Persuasions On-Line 29.1 (2008). Web.
Chawton House Library. Female Spectator. Vol. 12.1-4 (2008). Ed. Gillian Dow and Jacqui Grainger. Alton, Hampshire: Chawton House Library, 2008.
Choi, Julie. “The Domestication of Authority; Or In and Out of Mansfield Park.” Nineteenth Century Literature in English 12.1 (2008): 99-119.
Christie, Will. “Jane Austen and the John Murray Archive.” Sensibilities 36 (2008): 5-19.
Clarke, Janet. “Jane Austen and Worthing.” JAS Report (2008): 86-105.
Clayton, Averil. “The Lefroy Letters.” Austentations 8 (2008): 9-22. A letter from Catherine Hammond to cousin Deborah Brydges; reprinted by permission of descendant Helen Lefroy.
Coates, John. “The Use of Ritual in Kipling’s Masonic Stories.” Kipling Journal 82.325 (2008): 33-49. Also on the Web: http://www.kiplingjournal.com/textfiles/KJ325.txt
Cohen, Paula Marantz. “In the Bonnet Workshop: The Jane Austen Society of North America.” Times Literary Supplement 14 Nov. 2008: 15. Also on the Web: http://thesmartset.com/article/article12160801.aspx
Collins, Irene. “Practical Sermons and a Penitential Hymn.” JAS Report (2008): 43-49.
Copeland, Edward. “Money, Class, and Marriage.” 2005. Johnson, Issues of Class 74-80.
Corbett, Mary Jean. “‘Cousins in Love, &c.’ in Jane Austen.” Family Likeness: Sex, Marriage, and Incest from Jane Austen to Virginia Woolf. Ithaca: Cornell UP; 2008. 30-56.
Corman, Brian. Women Novelists before Jane Austen: The Critics and Their Canons. Toronto: U of Toronto P, 2008.
Cossy, Valérie. “Gender and Sentiment across the Channel: Isabelle de Montelieu, Stendhal, and the Novels of Jane Austen.” Sensibilities 37 (2008): 59-79.
Cottier, P. S. “Auctioning Jane Austen’s Hair.” Eureka Street 26 Sept. 2008: 44-46. A poem. Also on the Web: http://www.eurekastreet.com.au/article.aspx?aeid=9019
Crang, Mike. “Placing Stories, Performing Places: Spatiality in Joyce and Austen.” Anglia: Zeitschrift für Englische Philologie 126.2 (2008): 312-29.
Cronin, Richard, and Dorothy McMillan. “Emma Stays at Home.” Sensibilities 37 (2008): 43-58.
Dadlez, E. M. “Aesthetics and Humean Aesthetic Norms in the Novels of Jane Austen.” Journal of Aesthetic Education 42.1 (2008): 46-62.
_____. “David Hume and Jane Austen on Pride: Ethics in the Enlightenment.” Theory and Practice in the Eighteenth Century: Writing between Philosophy and Literature. Ed. Alexander Dick and Christina Lupton. London: Pickering, 2008. 123-37.
_____. “Form Affects Content: Reading Jane Austen.” Philosophy and Literature 32.2 (2008): 315-29.
Davidson, Jenny. “Austen’s Voices.” Swift’s Travels: Eighteenth-Century British Satire and Its Legacy. Ed. Nicholas Hudson and Aaron Santesso. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2008. 233-50.
De Botton, Alain. “Art and Snobbery.” Austentations 8 (2008): 25-27. Discusses Mansfield Park. Reprint of a portion of the chapter in De Botton’s Status Anxiety (Pantheon, 2004).
Dengel-Janic, Ellen, and Lars Eckstein. “Brideshood Revisited: Disarming Concepts Of Gender And Culture in Recent Asian British Film.” Multi-Ethnic Britain 2002+: New Perspectives in Literature, Film and the Arts. Ed. Lars Eckstein, Barbara Korte, Eva Ulrike Pirker, and Christoph Reinfandt. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2008. 45-63. A discussion of Chadha’s Bride and Prejudice in the context of British gender nostalgia and “Austenmania.”
Dixsaut, Jean. “Nocturnes à Mansfield Park.” La Nuit dans l’Angleterre des Lumières. Ed. Suzy Halimi. Paris: Sorbonne Nouvelle, 2008. 137-51.
Dow, Gillian. “Lady Bathurst’s Patriotic Ballroom, or ‘Reading Austen at a Distance’: The French Revolutionary Wars in Recent Adaptations.” Persuasions On-Line 28.2 (2008). Web.
Downie, J. A. “Review Essay: Works of Austen and on Austen,” Eighteenth-Century Fiction 20.4 (2008): 563-70. Also on the Web: http://digitalcommons.mcmaster.ca/ecf/vol20/iss4/5
Duckenfield, Bridget. “Jane Austen behind the Green Baize: Servants in Jane Austen’s Novels.” Austentations 8 (2008): 48-57.
Duquette, Natasha Aleksiuk. “Laughter over Tea: Jane Austen and Culinary Pedagogy.” Persuasions On-Line 29.1 (2008). Web.
Eagleton, Terry. “Changes in Class Structure and Values.” 2005. Johnson, Issues of Class 87-97.
Engelstein, Stefani. “Visual Epistemology: Coloring in Austen.” Anxious Anatomy: The Conception of the Human Form in Literary and Naturalist Discourse. Albany: State U of New York P, 2008. 232-48. Studies in the Long Nineteenth Century.
Favret, Mary A. “Jane Austen at 25: A Life in Numbers.” English Language Notes 46.1 (2008): 9-20.
_____. “Reading Jane Austen in Wartime.” Novel Prospects: Teaching Romantic-Era Fiction. Spec. issue of Romantic Pedagogy Commons (August 2008). Web. http://www.rc.umd.edu/pedagogies/commons/novel/favret.html
Field, Yvette. “Fanny Burney and the Evolution of Jane.” Sensibilities 36 (2008): 56-74.
Focus: Jane Austen in Japan. Spec. issue of Hecate 34.2 (2008): 4-48. See citations of individual essays.
Folsom, Marcia McClintock. “The Privilege of My Own Profession: The Living Legacy of Austen in the Classroom.” Persuasions On-Line 29.1 (2008). Web.
Ford, Susan Allen. “Fanny’s ‘great book’: Macartney’s Embassy to China and Mansfield Park.” Persuasions On-Line 28.2 (2008). Web.
_____. “‘Formed for [an] Elegant and Rational Society”: Persuasions and Persuasions On-Line.” Persuasions On-Line 29.1 (2008). Web.
_____. “In Memoriam: Barry Roth (1942-2008).” Persuasions On-Line 29.1 (2008). Web.
_____. “‘To be above Vulgar Economy’: Thrifty Measures in Jane Austen’s Letters.” Persuasions 30 (2008): 216-21.
Ford, Susan Allen, and Inger Sigrun Brodey. “Editors’ Note: Beyond ‘the Island’: Recreating a Global Jane Austen.” Persuasions On-Line 28.2 (2008). Web.
Forster, E. M. The BBC Talks of E. M. Forster, 1929-1960: A Selected Edition. Ed. Linda K. Hughes, Mary Lago, and Elizabeth MacLeod Walls. Columbia: U of Missouri P, 2008. See “Side Dishes: Austen, Fitzgerald, Macaulay, Huxley” ( 105-10) and “Jane Austen and Indian Books” ( 293-99).
Foster, Brandy. “Pimp My Austen: The Commodification and Customization of Jane Austen.” Persuasions On-Line 29.1 (2008). Web.
François, Anne-Lise. “Fanny’s ‘Labour of Privacy’ and the Accommodation of Virtue in Austen’s Mansfield Park.” Open Secrets: The Literature of Uncounted Experience. Stanford: Stanford UP, 2008. 218-68.
Franklin, Nancy. “On Television: Everybody Loves Jane.” New Yorker21 Jan. 2008: 82-83. Also on the Web: http://www.newyorker.com/arts/critics/television/2008/01/21/080121crte_television_franklin?currentPage=all
Fuller, Miriam Rheingold. “Jane of Green Gables: L. M. Montgomery’s Reworking of Austen’s Legacy.” Persuasions On-Line 29.1 (2008). Web.
Fullerton, Susannah. “Mansfield Park.” Austentations 8 (2008): 46-47.
_____. “Who’s Most to Blame? Mr. Elliot.” Sensibilities 37 (2008): 100-03.
Furr, Derek. “Romantic Novels and Their Poetry.” Novel Prospects: Teaching Romantic-Era Fiction. Spec. issue of Romantic Pedagogy Commons (Aug. 2008). Web. Discusses Persuasion. http://www.rc.umd.edu/pedagogies/commons/novel/furr.html
Garofalo, Daniela. “‘To Please a Woman Worthy of Being Pleased’: Darcymania in Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice.” Manly Leaders in Nineteenth-Century British Literature. Albany: State U of New York P, 2008. 113-36.
Gay, Penny. “Pride and Prejudice and the Form of Comedy.” Sensibilities 36 (2008): 41.
Gilbert, Deirdre. “From Cover to Cover: Packaging Jane Austen from Egerton to Kindle.” Persuasions On-Line 29.1 (2008). Web.
Gilson, David. “The Austens and Travel in Europe.” JAS Report (2008): 145-52.
Goodheart, Eugene. “Emma: Jane Austen’s Errant Heroine.” Sewanee Review 116.4 (2008): 589-604.
Govender Dyalan. “Becoming Jane: Adapting Female Authority.” Sydney Studies in English 34 (2008): 86-108. Web. http://escholarship.usyd.edu.au/journals/index.php/SSE/article/viewFile/641/683
Gover, Maggie. “‘A Very Pretty Hand’: The Questionable Value of Using Jane Austen’s Letters as a Means of Knowing Austen.” Lifewriting Annual: Biographical and Autobiographical Studies 2 (2008): 1-25.
Grace, Theresa. “Who’s Most to Blame? Sir Walter through the Looking Glass.” Sensibilities 37 (2008): 95-99.
Graham, Peter W. Jane Austen and Charles Darwin: Naturalists and Novelists. Aldershot: Ashgate, 2008.
Granados Temes, José Miguel. “Figuras de Amor Esponsal en Jane Austen y Virtudes Morales.” Verdad y Vida: Revista Franciscana de Pensamiento 66.253 (2008): 603-39.
Grandi, Roberta. “The Passion Translated: Literary and Cinematic Rhetoric in Pride and Prejudice (2005).” Literature Film Quarterly 36.1 (2008): 45-51.
Greenfield, Sayre. “Alias Mrs. Smith.” Sensibilities 37 (2008): 133-44.
Greenfield, Sayre, and Linda Troost. “The City and the Country in Persuasion on Film.” Sensibilities 37 (2008): 104-20.
Grover, Danielle. “Jane Austen Studies for 2007.” JAS Report (2008): 183-88.
_____. “The Role of Music and Songs in Jane Austen’s Juvenilia and Letters.” Sensibilities 36 (2008): 42-55.
Haggerty, Andrew. Jane Austen: Pride and Prejudice and Emma. New York: Marshall Cavendish, 2008. Writers and Their Works.
Hahn, Daniel, and Nicholas Robins, eds. The Oxford Guide to Literary Britain and Ireland. 3rd ed. Oxford: Oxford UP, 2008. Various references to Jane Austen.
Hann, Jennie. “Perverting Pride and Prejudice: Wharton’s American Alternative to the Novel of Manners: An Essay on The House of Mirth.” Edith Wharton Review 24.1 (2008): 1-6. Also on the Web: http://public.wsu.edu/~campbelld/wharton/ewr24-1s08.pdf
Harlan, Susan. “‘Talking’ and Reading Shakespeare in Jane Austen’s Mansfield Park.” Wordsworth Circle 39.1-2 (2008): 43-46.
Harman, Claire. “Partiality and Prejudice: The Young Jane Austen’s Obsession with the Stuarts.” Times Literary Supplement 1 Feb 2008: 14-15.
Harris, Jocelyn. “Jane Austen, Jane Fairfax, and Jane Eyre.” Victorian Turns, NeoVictorian Returns: Essays on Fiction and Culture. Ed. Penny Gay, Judith Johnston, and Catherine Waters. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars, 2008. 29-38. Also published in Persuasions 29 (2007): 99-109.
_____. “Jane Austen, Samuel Johnson, and the Academy.” Persuasions 30 (2008): 27-37.
_____. “The Manuscript of Persuasion.” Sensibilities 37 (2008): 81-88.
Harris, Nicola. “An Eighteenth-Century Letter from Bath to Dorset.” Thomas Hardy Yearbook 37 (2008): 66-76.
Hartley, Barbara. “From the Violent to the Comic through the Power of the Text: Nogami Yaeko Reading Jane Austen.” Hecate 34.2 (2008): 32-48.
Hecimovich, Gregg A. Austen’s Emma. London: Continuum, 2008.
Heydt-Stevenson, Jillian. Austen’s Unbecoming Conjunctions: Subversive Laughter, Embodied History. 2005. New York: Palgrave, 2008.
Heydt-Stevenson, Jillian, and Charlotte Sussman, eds. Recognizing the Romantic Novel: New Histories of British Fiction, 1780-1830. Liverpool: Liverpool UP, 2008. See also individual chapters cited.
Hogan, Eleanor J., and Inger Sigrun Brodey. “Jane Austen in Japan: ‘Good Mother’ or ‘New Woman’?” Persuasions On-Line 28.2 (2008). Web.
Hohl Trillini, Regula. “‘Accomplishments, Accomplishments, Accomplishments’: The Piano-Forte.” The Gaze of the Listener: English Representations of Domestic Music-Making. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2008. 63-109. Word and Music Studies. See especially the section on “Heroines, Blazons, and Jane Austen.”
Honey, Andrew. “Jane Austen’s Manuscripts: A Note on the Paper.” JAS Report (2008): 66-69.
Hurst, Jane. “The Centenary Tablet.” JAS Report (2008): 180-82.
Hutchings, W. B. “Pride in Pride and Prejudice.” Transactions 19 (2008): 37-53.
Jacobus, Mary. “Between the Lines: Poetry, Persuasion, and the Feelings of the Past.” Heydt-Stevenson and Sussman 237-66.
Jane Austen Society. News Letter: The Jane Austen Society (2008). Ed. David Selwyn.
_____. Report for 2008 (2008). Ed. David Selwyn. Essays are individually cited.
Jane Austen Society (Kent Branch). Austentations 8 (2008). Ed. Averil Clayton. Select essays are individually cited.
Jane Austen Society (Midlands Branch). Transactions 19 (2008). Ed. Dawn Thomas. Select essays are individually cited.
Jane Austen Society (Northern Branch). Impressions (2008). Ed. Marilyn Joice.
Jane Austen Society of Australia. JASA Chronicle (2008). Ed. Helen Malcher.
_____. Sensibilities 36 (2008). Ed. Helen Malcher. Essays are individually cited.
_____. Sensibilities 37 (2008). Ed. Helen Malcher. Essays are individually cited.
Jane Austen Society of North America. Global Jane Austen. Spec. issue of Persuasions: The Jane Austen Journal On-Line 28.2 (2008). Ed. Susan Allen Ford and Inger Sigrun Brodey. Web.
_____. JASNA News 24.1-3 (2008). Ed. Carol L. Pippin (No. 1 and 2); Sheryl Craig (No. 3).
_____. Persuasions 6 (1984). JASNA, 2008. Web. Full text made available online.
_____. Persuasions 9 (1987). JASNA, 2008. Web. Full text made available online.
_____. Persuasions 10 (1988). JASNA, 2008. Web. Full text made available online.
_____. Persuasions: The Jane Austen Journal 30 (2008). Ed. Susan Allen Ford. [AGM 2008 Chicago: Austen’s Legacy: Life, Love, and Laughter.]
_____. Persuasions: The Jane Austen Journal On-Line 29.1 (2008). Ed. Susan Allen Ford. [AGM 2008 Chicago: Austen’s Legacy: Life, Love, and Laughter.] Web.
Jane Austen’s Regency World. Issues 31-36 (2008). Ed. Sue Hughes.
Johnson, Claudia L., ed. Issues of Class in Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice. Detroit: Greenhaven, 2008. Social Issues in Literature. A collection of previously published scholarly essays; Austen-related are individually cited.
_____. “A Name to Conjure With.” Persuasions 30 (2008): 15-26.
Joice, Brian. “Novel Searching.” Austentations 8 (2008): 58-60.
Jones, Wendy S. “Emma, Gender, and the Mind-Brain.” ELH 75.2 (2008): 315-43.
Kaplan, Deborah. “Male Power and Female Talk.” 1992. Johnson, Issues of Class 106-12.
Kaplan, Laurie. “‘Completely without Sense’: Lost in Austen.” Persuasions 30 (2008): 241-54. Also on the Web.
Kelly, Gary. “Rural Gentry.” 1992. Johnson, Issues of Class 16- 23.
Kelly, Helena. “ Mansfield Park Reconsidered: Pheasants, Game Laws, and the Hidden Critique of Slavery.” Persuasions 30 (2008): 170-80.
Kennedy, X. J. “Jane Austen Drives to Alton in Her Donkey Trap, and: Temps Perdu, and: The Odors of New Jersey.” Hopkins Review 1.3 (2008): 413-15. A poem.
Kenny, Marilyn. “Death, Grief and Mourning in the Life and Times of Jane Austen.” Sensibilities 37 (2008): 5-23.
Kent, Christopher. “The ‘Big Bow-Wow’ of Social Change.” 1981. Johnson, Issues of Class 81-86.
Kerfoot, Alicia L. “Replacing the Old Silver Knife: The Convergence of Antislavery Rhetoric and Legal Discourse in Mansfield Park.” Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies 31.2 (2008): 275-92.
Keymer, Thomas. “Rank and Human Relationships.” 2005. Johnson, Issues of Class 51-56.
Kickel, Katherine. “General Tilney’s Timely Approach to the Improvement of the Estate in Jane Austen’s Northanger Abbey.” Nineteenth-Century Literature 63.2 (2008): 145-69.
Kiefer, Jeanne. “Anatomy of a Janeite: Results from The Jane Austen Survey 2008.” Persuasions On-Line 29.1 (2008). Web.
Kim, Hyun Sook. [“The True Nature of Woman Power in Emma.”]. Nineteenth Century Literature in English 12.2 (2008): 7-31. In Korean; English summary.
King, Amy. “Stillness: Alternative Temporalities in Nineteenth-Century Narrative.” English Language Notes 46.1 (2008): 95-103.
Knox-Shaw, Peter. “Jane Austen and ‘Modern Europe.’” Notes and Queries 55.1 (2008): 23-25.
Koh, Young Ran. “Sensibility, Sexuality, Body: The Comparison between Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice and Its Two Adaptations.” British and American Fiction To 1900 15.2 (2008): 31-54.
Kordich, Catherine J. Bloom’s How to Write about Jane Austen. New York: Bloom’s Literary Criticism, 2009.
Kosovich, Varina. “Wit Over Propriety: The Outsider in Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice.” The Image of the Outsider II in Literature, Media, and Society: Proceedings, 2008 conference, Society for the Interdisciplinary Study of Social Imagery. Ed. Will Wright and Steven Kaplan. Pueblo: Society for the Interdisciplinary Study of Social Imagery, Colorado State U-Pueblo, 2008. 111-16.
Kuwahara, Kuldip Kaur. “The Power of Storytelling and Deferral: Anne Elliot, Jane Austen, and Scheherazade.” Persuasions On-Line 28.2 (2008). Web.
Labbe, Jacqueline. “Narrating Seduction: Charlotte Smith and Jane Austen.” Charlotte Smith in British Romanticism. London: Pickering, 2008. 113-28.
Lamont, Claire. “Living in Ruins: Jane Austen and the Monasteries.” JAS Report (2008): 196-208.
Lane, Maggie. The Immortal Jane Austen. [UK]: D. Allison, 2008.
_____. “‘My name is Norval.’” JAS Report (2008): 159-63.
Lank, Edith. “Family and Scholarly Annotations in Lord Brabourne’s Letters: Adventures of an Amateur Academic.” Persuasions 30 (2008): 76-87.
_____. “List of Annotations in the Bellas Copy of Lord Brabourne’s Letters of Jane Austen.” Persuasions On-Line 29.1 (2008). Web.
Lauber, John. “Jane Austen: Class in Life and Work.” 1993. Johnson, Issues of Class 24-30.
Le Faye, Deirdre. “The Cult of Jane Austen: ‘Her fame is far from universal.’” JAS Report (2008): 164-79.
_____. “‘There cannot be a more worthy young man’: Edward Cooper (1770-1833).” JAS Report (2008): 25-43.
Leithart, Peter. Writer of Fancy: The Playful Piety of Jane Austen. Nashville: Cumberland, 2008.
“Les Romanciéres Anglaises, de Jane Austen à Zadie Smith.” Magazine Littéraire 6 June 2008: 54-79. Also on the Web: http://www.magazine-litteraire.com/content/recherche/article?id=8996
Levy, Pat. Jane Austen. London: Greenwich Exchange, 2008. Student Guide Literary Series.
Lombardo, Patrizia. “Introduction: The Intelligence of the Heart.” Critical Quarterly 50.4 (2008): 1–11. Reference to Pride and Prejudice.
Looser, Devoney. “What Is Old in Jane Austen?” Women Writers and Old Age in Great Britain, 1750-1850. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins UP, 2008. 75-96.
Lynch, Deirdre. “Austen Extended/Austen for Everyday Use.” Imagining Selves: Essays in Honor of Patricia Meyer Spacks. Ed. Rivka Swenson and Elise Lauterbach. Newark: U of Delaware P, 2008. 235-65.
Makdisi, Saree. “Austen, Empire and Moral Virtue.” Heydt-Stevenson and Sussman 192-207.
Mandal, Anthony. “Conference Report: Remapping Austen: Jane Austen in Europe and Beyond.” Female Spectator 12.1 (2008): 9-10.
Mangiavellano, Daniel R. “A Thoroughly Elinor Sort of Way: Elinor’s Sensibility in Masterpiece’s Sense and Sensibility.” Persuasions On-Line 29.1 (2008). Web.
Mann, Barbara Alice. “‘An English Tale of the Ordinary Type’: Jane Austen’s Influence on James Fenimore Cooper.” Persuasions On-Line 29.1 (2008). Web.
Marshall, David. “Unfolding Characters: Attention and Autobiography in Pride and Prejudice.” Imagining Selves: Essays in Honor of Patricia Meyer Spacks. Ed. Rivka Swenson and Elise Lauterbach. Newark: U of Delaware P, 2008. 209-34.
Martin, Claudia J. “Austen’s Assimilation of Lockean Ideals: The Appeal of Pursuing Happiness.” Persuasions On-Line 28.2 (2008). Web.
Matthews, Margaret. “Jane Austen and the United Kingdom.” The Enclave of My Nation: Cross-Currents in Irish and Scottish Studies. Ed. Shane Alcobia-Murphy and Margaret Maxwell. Aberdeen: AHRC Centre for Irish and Scottish Studies and Contributions, 2008. 121-33.
Maxwell, Richard, and Katie Trumpener, eds. The Cambridge Companion to Fiction in the Romantic Period. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2008. Numerous references to Austen.
McAleer, John. “Morality and Social Distinctions.” 2002. Johnson, Issues of Class 65-73.
McDonald, Kelly M. “Derbyshires Corresponding: Elizabeth Bennet and the Austen Tour of 1833.” Persuasions 30 (2008): 149-58. Also on the Web.
McFarlane, Brian. “‘I Blame Jane Austen . . .’—A Personal View of Film Adaptations.” Sensibilities 36 (2008): 21-34.
McGuigan, Cathleen. “Lights, Camera, Austen.” Newsweek 21 Jan. 2008: 78-79. Also on the Web: http://www.thedailybeast.com/newsweek/2008/01/12/lights-camera-austen.html
McMaster, Juliet. “Distinctions within the Circle of Family and Friends.” 1997. Johnson, Issues of Class 98-105.
Merrett, Robert James. “The Gentleman Farmer in Emma: Agrarian Writing and Jane Austen’s Cultural Idealism.” University of Toronto Quarterly: A Canadian Journal of the Humanities 77.2 (2008): 711-37.
Miller, Andrew H. The Burdens of Perfection: On Ethics and Reading in Nineteenth-Century British Literature. Ithaca: Cornell UP, 2008. See especially ch. 4, “Perfectly Helpless” 123-41.
Mohr, Dunja. “The Austen Cult Continued: Joe Wright’s Pride and Prejudice and Gurinder Chadha’s Bride and Prejudice.” Texting Culture – Culturing Texts: Essays in Honour of Horst Breuer. Ed. Anya Muller-Wood. Trier, Ger.: Wissenschaftlicher, 2008. 147-63.
Monaghan, David. “Courtship and Class.” 1980. Johnson, Issues of Class 57-64.
Monteiro, Belisa. “Comic Fantasy in Jane Austen’s Juvenilia: Female Roguery and the Charms of Narcissism.” Persuasions 30 (2008): 129-34.
Morris, Ivor. A Jane Austen Quintet: Critical Inquiries into the Novels’ World. Winchester: Sarsen, 2008.
Morrison, Lucy. “Jane Austen and August von Kotzebue: Linking Emma to a German Dramatic Tradition.” Persuasions On-Line 28.2 (2008). Web.
Mullan, John. Anonymity: A Secret History of English Literature. Princeton: Princeton UP, 2008. See ch. 2, “Modesty,” for discussion of Austen.
Munjal, Savi. “Imagined Geographies: Mapping the Oriental Habitus in the Nineteenth Century British Novel.” Postcolonial Text 4.1 (2008). Web. Examines Mansfield Park, Jane Eyre, and The Moonstone. http://postcolonial.org/index.php/pct/article/view/768/551
Murphy, Olivia. “From Pammydiddle to Persuasion: Jane Austen Rewriting Eighteenth-Century Literature.” Eighteenth-Century Life 32.2 (2008): 29-38.
Nachumi, Nora. Acting Like a Lady: British Women Novelists and the Eighteenth-Century Theater. New York: AMS, 2008. See especially ch. 5,”Seeing Double: Jane Austen and the Perception of Performance.”
Nepomnyashchy, Catharine Theimer. “Jane Austen and Russian Chat.” Ulbandus: The Slavic Review of Columbia University 11 (2008): 115-25.
Nigro, Jeffrey. “Visualizing Jane Austen and Jane Austen Visualizing.” Persuasions On-Line 29.1 (2008). Web.
Nokes, David. “Jane Austen and Dr. Johnson.” JAS Report (2008): 15-25.
Olsen, Kirstin. All Things Austen: A Concise Encyclopedia of Austen’s World. Westport, CT: Greenwood, 2008. An abridgment of the 2005 edition.
Palmer, Sally. “‘I Prefer Walking’: Jane Austen and the Pleasantest Part of the Day.” Austentations 8 (2008): 29-41. Rpt. with permission, from Persuasions 23 (2001).
Parry, Sarah. “The Pemberley Effect: Austen’s Legacy to the Historic House Industry.” Persuasions 30 (2008): 113-22. Also on the Web.
Partenza, Paola. Sguardo e Narrazione: Quattro Esempi di Scrittura Femminile: Wollstonecraft, Hays, Austen, Gaskell. Roma: Carocci, 2008. Lingue e Letterature Carocci.
Pennacchia, Maddalena. “Romanzo, Adattamento Filmico, Remake: Il Caso di Pride and Prejudice.” Quaderno del Dipartimento di Letterature Comparate 4 (2008): 33-43.
Platt, Len. “Our Common Cultural Heritage: Classic Novels and English Television.” Television and Criticism. Ed. Solange Davin and Rhona Jackson. Bristol [UK]: Intellect, 2008. 15-24.
Poovey, Mary. “Jane Austen’s Gestural Aesthetic.” Genres of the Credit Economy: Mediating Value in Eighteenth and Nineteenth-Century Britain. Chicago: U Chicago P, 2008. 357-72.
_____. “Jane Austen’s Literary English.” A Companion to the History of the English Language. Ed. Haruko Momma and Michael Matto. Chichester, UK: Wiley, 2008. 464-70.
Potter, Dawn. “In Defense of Dullness, Or Why Fanny Price Is My Favorite Austen Heroine.” Sewanee Review 116.4 (2008): 611-18.
Poyla, Gideon Maxwell. Jane Austen and the Black Hole of British History: Colonial Rapacity, Holocaust Denial and the Crisis in Biological Sustainability. 2nd ed. Melbourne: [Author], 2008.
Quin, Vera. Jane Austen Visits London. Illus. Veronique Avon-Yapp. Great Malvern: Cappella Archive, 2008.
Ramon, Alex. “‘Creating Parallel Stories’: Dressing Up for the Carnival, Jane Austen and Unless.” Liminal Spaces: The Double Art of Carol Shields. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars, 2008. 147-75.
Rand, Thomas. “Emma and Twelfth Night.” Persuasions 30 (2008): 181-86.
Ray, Joan Klingel. Rev. of “Emma, Mansfield Park, and: Jane Austen in Context in The Cambridge Edition of the Works of Jane Austen, and: A Chronology of Jane Austen and her Family.” NWSA Journal 20.1 (2008): 209-14.
_____. “Pride and Prejudice: The Tale Told by Lady Catherine’s House.” Explicator 67.1 (2008): 66-70.
_____. “Victorians versus Victorians: Understanding ‘Dear Aunt Jane.’” Persuasions 30 (2008): 38-52.
Ricketts, Harry. “Kipling and Jane Austen.” Sensibilities 36 (2008): 75-88.
Robinson, Amy J. “Margaret Oliphant’s Miss Marjoribanks: A Victorian Emma.” Persuasions 30 (2008): 67-75.
Rock, Margaret. “The Cottage Orné and Jane Austen.” Sensibilities 37 (2008): 24-42.
Rogoff, Jay. “Jane Austen, Inventor of Baseball.” Salmagundi 158-59 (2008): 41. A poem.
Romero Sánchez, Mari Carmen. “A la Señorita Austen: An Overview of Spanish Adaptations.” Persuasions On-Line 28.2 (2008). Web.
Roth, Phyllis, and Annette LeClair. “Exhibiting the Learning: Austen’s Legacy on Display.” Persuasions On-Line 29.1 (2008). Web.
Roth, Sabine. “Von Jane Austen bis Lemony Snicket: Einige Einblicke in die Praxis des Übersetzens.” Transliteration: Literatur und Gesellschaften/Literature and Societies/Littérature et Sociétés. Spec. issue of Ahornblätter: Marburger Beiträge zur Kanada-Forschung 20 (2008): 67-75.
Rutledge, Janet. “Sotherton and Mansfield Park.” Austentations 8 (2008): 42-45.
Sabine, Maureen. “With My Body I Thee Worship: Joe Wright’s Erotic Vision in Pride and Prejudice (2005).” Journal of Religion and Popular Culture 20 (2008). Web. http://www.usask.ca/relst/jrpc/art20-bodyworship.html
Sabiston, Elizabeth. “Jane Austen’s Art of Fiction: The Hidden Manifesto in Northanger Abbey and Persuasion.” Private Sphere to World Stage from Austen to Eliot. Burlington: Ashgate, 2008. 5-54.
Sabor, Peter. “Jane Austen: Satirical Historian.” Swift’s Travels: Eighteenth-Century British Satire and Its Legacy. Ed. Nicholas Hudson and Aaron Santesso. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2008. 217-32.
Satoh, Aya. “ Caught Between Old and New: The Changing Face of Marriage in Austen and Tanizaki.” Persuasions On-Line 28.2 (2008). Web.
Schmidt, Shannon McKenna, and Joni Rendon. Novel Destinations: Literary Landmarks from Jane Austen’s Bath to Ernest Hemingway’s Key West. Washington, DC: National Geographic, 2008.
Selwyn, David. “Emma, Mr. Elton and Johnson’s Varlet Poet.” JAS Report (2008): 49-65.
Shimazaki, Hatsuyo. “Jane Austen in Japan.” Female Spectator 12.2 (2008): 5-8.
Simhan, R. N. “The Banquet of Desire: A South Indian Sense and Sensibility.” Persuasions On-Line 28.2 (2008). Web.
Skillen, Katharine. “Jane Austen and Servants.” Austentations 8 (2008): 12-18.
Southam, Brian. “Jane Austen and the Stars.” JAS Report (2008): 69-73.
_____. “Jane Austen’s Englishness: Emma as National Tale.” Persuasions 30 (2008): 187-201.
Sōya, Michiko. “Is Jane Austen ‘a Slip of a Girl’? Garoddo/Chappuman ronsō o hattan to shite (1).” Eigo Seinen/Rising Generation 154.7 (2008): 401-07.
Spring, David. “Levels of Rank.” 1983. Johnson, Issues of Class 42-50.
Stafford, Fiona. Jane Austen. London: Hesperus, 2008. Brief Lives.
Star, Summer J. “‘If Your Right Hand Offends You . . .’: Anger and the Principle of Moral Regeneration in Mansfield Park.” Persuasions On-Line 29.1 (2008). Web.
Stora-Sandor, Judith. “‘L’Eternel Masculin’: De Jane Austen à Helen Fielding.” Résonances 9 (2008): 91-101.
Stovel, Nora Foster. “‘Moral Seriousness with Comic Drama’: Austen’s Legacy of Life, Love, and Laughter to Carol Shields.” Persuasions 30 (2008): 88-100.
Stuart, Shea. “‘A Walking Ought’: Displacement and the Public Sphere in Jane Austen’s Mansfield Park.” Everyday Revolutions: Eighteenth-Century Women Transforming Public and Private. Ed. Diane E. Boyd and Marta Kvande. Newark: U of Delaware P, 2008. 205-22.
Sturrock, June. “Mrs. Bennet’s Legacy: Austen’s Mothers in Film and Fiction.” Persuasions On-Line 29.1 (2008). Web.
Tague, Gregory F. “Jane Austen and the Order of Things.” Ethos and Behavior: The English Novel from Jane Austen to Henry James (Including George Meredith, W. M. Thackeray, George Eliot, and Thomas Hardy). Bethesda: Academica, 2008. 31-157.
Tauchert, Ashley. “Are Women Oppressed? Or, ‘The Straight Girl’s Dilemma.’” Critical Quarterly 50: 1-2 (2008): 145-64.
Taylor, Andrew. “Pride and Prejudice: Two Literary Traditions.” Books That Changed the World: The 50 Most Influential Books. London: Quercus, 2008. 98-101.
Teaching Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice from Multiple Critical Perspectives. Clayton, DE: Prestwick, 2008. Multiple Critical Perspectives.
Tekcan, Rana. “Jane Austen in Turkey.” Persuasions On-Line 28.2 (2008). Web.
_____. “Notes on a Turkish Edition of Pride and Prejudice: An Editor’s Perspective.” Persuasions 30 (2008): 235-40.
Teulade A. “Réécritures de don Quichotte: Illusion et Ironie dans Northanger Abbey de Jane Austen (1818) et Tristana de Benito Pérez Galdos (1892).” La Littérature Dépliée: Reprise, Répétition, Réécriture. Rennes, Fr.: PU de Rennes, 2008. 95-104.
Thompson, Allison. “Trinkets and Treasures: Consuming Jane Austen.” Persuasions On-Line 28.2 (2008). Web.
Todd, Janet, and Linda Bree. “Jane Austen’s Unfinished Business.” Persuasions 30 (2008): 222-34.
_____. “Protecting Jane.” Times Literary Supplement 5 Dec. 2008: 14-15.
Troost, Linda. “There’s Something about Mary.” Sensibilities 37 (2008): 121-32.
Troost, Linda, and Sayre Greenfield. “Appropriating Austen: Localism on the Global Scene.” Persuasions On-Line 28.2 (2008). Web.
Trousdale, Rachel. “Incest and Intertext: Mansfield Park in Ada.” Nabokovian 61 (2008): 48-52.
Tuite, Clara. Romantic Austen: Sexual Politics and the Literary Canon. 2002. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2008.
Vallone, Lynne. “History Girls: Eighteenth- and Nineteenth-Century Historiography and the Case of Mary, Queen of Scots.” Children’s Literature: Annual of The Children’s Literature Association and The Modern Language Association Division on Children’s Literature 36 (2008): 1-23. How the textbook depictions of Mary, Queen of Scots inspired Jane Austen, Queen Victoria, and Marjory Fleming to write counter-narratives about her life.
Vandersluis, Melora G. “Separation and Synthesis: Understanding the Two Worlds of David Daiches and Jane Austen.” David Daiches: A Celebration of His Life and Work. Ed. William Baker and Michael Lister. Brighton: Sussex Academic, 2008. 188-94.
Vickers, Neil. “Medical Anthropology in Jane Austen’s Emma.” Clinical Medicine 8.2 (2008): 223-24.
Viveash, Chris. “James Edward at Oxford.” JAS Report (2008): 114-23.
Viveash, Chris, and Helen Lefroy. “Lovers’ Vows in Winchester.” JAS Report (2008): 106-13.
Voyles, Katherine. “‘Likeness’: Interiority and the Miniature in Pride and Prejudice.” Interfaces: Image Texte Language 28 (2008): 137-47.
Wald, Christina, “Screening Austen’s Pride and Prejudice in Transcultural Britain: Joe Wright’s Little England and Gurinder Chadha’s Global Village.” Journal for the Study of British Cultures 15.2 (2008): 43-58.
Watkins, Margaret. “Persuasion and Pedagogy: On Teaching Ethics with Jane Austen.” Teaching Philosophy 31.4 (2008): 311-31.
Watts, Ruth. “Writing for Children in the Late 18th and Early 19th Centuries.” Transactions 19 (2008): 9-20.
Webster, Jill. “Cinderella in the Closet: Poor Jane Fairfax.” Austentations 8 (2008): 3-11.
Weisser, Susan Ostrov. “Charlotte Brontë, Jane Austen, and the Meaning of Love.” The Brontës. New. ed. Ed. Harold Bloom. New York: Bloom’s Literary Criticism, 2008 [c2009]. 161-70. Bloom’s Modern Critical Views.
Welland, Freydis Jane. “The History of Jane Austen’s Writing Desk.” Persuasions 30 (2008): 125-28.
Welland, Freydis Jane, and Eileen Sutherland. Life in the Country: With Quotations by Jane Austen and Silhouettes by her Nephew James Edward Austen-Leigh. 2005. London: British Library, 2008. With contributions by Maggie Lane and Joan Ray; afterword by Joan Austen-Leigh.
Wells, Juliette. “Shades of Austen in Ian McEwan’s Atonement.” Persuasions 30 (2008): 101-12. Also on the Web.
_____. “True Love Waits: Austen and the Christian Romance in the Contemporary U. S.” Persuasions On-Line 28.2 (2008). Web.
Wenborn, Neil. Jane Austen: Emma. Penrith: Humanities-Ebooks, 2008. Literature Insights.
White, Laura Mooneyham. “Beyond the Romantic Gypsy: Narrative Disruptions and Ironies in Austen’s Emma.” Papers on Language and Literature: A Journal for Scholars and Critics of Language and Literature 44.3 (2008): 305-27.
Williamson, Ruth. “Who’s Most to Blame? Lady Russell on Trial.” Sensibilities 37 (2008): 89-94.
Wilson, Fiona. “Austen and Byron: Together at Last” (Byron Society of America and Jane Austen Society of North America Symposium, 3 May 2008, Union Theological Seminary, New York City). Byron Journal 36.2 (2008): 151-53.
Wilson, Kim. In the Garden with Jane Austen. Madison: Jones, 2008.
Wilson, Margaret. “An Austen Wall Inscription in Sevenoaks.” Austentations 8 (2008): 23-24.
_____. “Friends and Family on the Grand Tour.” JAS Report (2008): 124-28.
Windsor-Liscombe, Rhodri. “From the Polar Seas to Australasia: Jane Austen, ‘English Culture,’ and Regency Orientalism.” Persuasions On-Line 28.2 (2008). Web.
Yoder, Edwin M. “Otelia’s Umbrella: Jane Austen and Manners in a Small World.” Sewanee Review 116.4 (2008): 605-11.
Zunshine, Lisa. “Why Jane Austen Was Different, and Why We May Need Cognitive Science to See It.” REAL: Yearbook of Research in English and American Literature 24 (2008): 141-62.
4. Selected Dissertations
Ailwood, Sarah L. “‘What men ought to be’: Masculinities in Jane Austen’s Novels.” Diss. University of Wollongong. School of English Literatures, Philosophy & Languages, 2008. Web. http://ro.uow.edu.au/theses/124/
Barcsay, Katherine E. “Profit and Production: Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice on Film.” MA thesis. U of British Columbia, 2008. cIRcle Home. 2009. Web. http://circle.ubc.ca/handle/2429/5152
Cohenour, Gretchen M. “Eighteenth-Century Gothic Novels and Gendered Spaces: What’s Left to Say?” Diss. U of Rhode Island, 2008. DAIA 69.5 (2008): item DA3314452. Contrasts Horace Walpole’s The Castle of Otranto with The Mysteries of Udolpho and Northanger Abbey.
Farrier, Anna-Marie. “Circulating Fictions: The Novels of Natsume Sōseki and the Gothic.” Diss. Princeton U, 2007. DAIA 68.9 (2008): 3861-3862. Also on the Web. http://gradworks.umi.com/32/82/3282034.html
Joseph, Nigel Leo. “Discipline into Repression: Contractualism, Self, and Empire in Locke, Austen and the Victorian Novel.” Diss. U of Western Ontario, 2007. DAIA 68.9 (2008): item DANR30822.
Monteiro, Belissa. “The Pleasures of Comic Mischief in Jane Austen’s Novels.” Diss. Boston U, 2008. DAIA 69.5 (2008): 1797. See also Persuasions 30 (2008): 129-34.
Stout, Daniel McCall. “Popular Accounts: The Form of Justice in the British Novel.” Diss. Johns Hopkins U, 2008 . DAIA 68.11 (2008): item DA3288538. A discussion of Mansfield Park.
Wijitsopon, Raksangob. “Direct Speech in Jane Austen’s Emma: Textural Analytical and Corpus-Based Approaches.” Diss. Lancaster U, 2008. British Library Identifier: System number 015927953, Document Supply SFX 518149, UIN: BLL01015927953.
5. Popular Culture
Adriani, Susan. Affinity and Affection: A Pride and Prejudice What If Story. [Author]: Lossin, 2008.
Aiken, Joan. Eliza’s Daughter: A Sequel to Jane Austen’s Sense and Sensibility. 1984. Naperville: Sourcebooks, 2008.
_____. Mansfield Park Revisited: A Jane Austen Entertainment. 1985. Naperville: Sourcebooks, 2008.
Aiken, Joan, and Jane Austen. The Watsons and Emma Watson: Jane Austen’s Unfinished Novel Completed. 1996. Naperville: Sourcebooks, 2008.
Altman, Marsha. The Darcys and the Bingleys: Pride and Prejudice Continues: A Tale of Two Gentlemen’s Marriages to Two Most Devoted Sisters. Naperville: Sourcebooks, 2008.
Archer, Juliet. The Importance of Being Emma. Harpenden [UK]: Choclit, 2008.
Bebris, Carrie. The Matters at Mansfield, Or, The Crawford Affair. New York: Forge, 2008.
Bedford-Pierce, Sophia, comp. Jane Austen’s Little Instruction Book [Mini Book]. 1995. White Plains: Peter Pauper, 2008.
Billington, Rachel. Emma and Knightley: Perfect Happiness in Highbury. 1996. Naperville: Sourcebooks, 2008.
Birchall, Diana. Mrs. Darcy’s Dilemma: A Sequel to Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice. 2004. Naperville: Sourcebooks, 2008.
Bonavia-Hunt, D. A. Pemberley Shades: Pride and Prejudice Continues. 1949. Naperville: Sourcebooks, 2008.
Campbell Webster, Emma. Jane Austen et Moi: Crééz Votre Propre Aventure de Jane Austen. Paris: Danger Public, 2008. French Text.
Chandler, Steve, and Terrence N. Hill. Two Guys Read Jane Austen. Bandon, OR: Reed, 2008.
Cole, Barbara Tiller. White Lies and Other Half Truths. [Author]: Createspace, 2008. An adult farce inspired by Pride and Prejudice.
Collins, Rebecca Ann. The Ladies of Longbourn. 2000. Naperville: Sourcebooks, 2008. Pemberley Chronicles, Bk. 4.
_____. Mr. Darcy’s Daughter. 2000. Naperville: Sourcebooks, 2008. Pemberley Chronicles, Bk. 5.
_____. Netherfield Park Revisited. 1999. Naperville: Sourcebooks, 2008. Pemberley Chronicles, Bk. 3.
_____. The Pemberley Chronicles: A Companion Volume to Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice. Naperville: Sourcebooks, 2008. Pemberley Chronicles, Bk. 1.
_____. The Women of Pemberley: A Companion Volume to Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice. 1998. Naperville: Sourcebooks, 2008. Pemberley Chronicles Bk. 2.
Dickson, Rebecca. Jane Austen: An Illustrated Treasury. New York: Metro, 2008.
Eckstut, Arielle, and Dennis Ashton. Pride and Promiscuity: The Lost Sex Scenes of Jane Austen. 2001. New York: Touchstone, 2008.
Enright, Dominique, comp. The Wit and Wisdom of Jane Austen: Quotes from Her Novels, Letters and Diaries. Berkeley: Ulysses, 2008. Rpt. of The Wicked Wit of Jane Austen. 2002.
Evans, Muriel Keller. Jane Austen, Her Golden Years: A Historical Novel Highlighting Her Family and Faith. [Author]: Xulon, 2008.
Grange, Amanda. Captain Wentworth’s Diary. New York: Berkley, 2008.
_____. Colonel Brandon’s Diary. London: Hale, 2008.
_____. Edmund Bertram’s Diary. New York: Berkley, 2008.
Greensmith, Jane. Intimations of Austen: Stories Inspired by the Works of Jane Austen. [Author]: Lulu, 2008.
James, Syrie. The Lost Memoirs of Jane Austen. New York: Avon, 2008.
The Jane Austen Book Club. Screenplay by Robin Swicord, based on the book by Karen Joy Fowler (2004). Dir. Robin Swicord. Prod. John Calley, Julie Lynn, and Diana Napper. Perf. Kathy Baker, Maria Bello, and Emily Blunt. Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, 2008. DVD.
Jeffers, Regina. Darcy’s Dreams: A Sequel to the Fitzwilliam Darcy Story. [Philadelphia, PA]: Xlibris, 2008.
_____. Darcy’s Passions: Fitzwilliam Darcy’s Story. [Philadelphia, PA]: Xlibris, 2008.
Kaye, Susan. For You Alone: Frederick Wentworth, Captain, Book 2. [Coeur d’Alene, ID]: Wytherngate, 2008.
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. Mammoth Screen Production for ITV, 2008. Film.
Jane Austen’s Thimble. Ogden, UT: Pacific Moon, 2008.
Mansfield Park. By Jane Austen, Screenplay by Maggie Wadey. Dir. Iain B. McDonald. Perf. Billie Piper, Blake Ritson, and Hayley Atwell. BBC, 2008. DVD. First released in the UK in 2007.
McCullough, Colleen. The Independence of Miss Mary Bennet. London: HarperCollins, 2008.
Miss Austen Regrets. By Gwyneth Hughes. Dir. Jeremy Lovering. Perf. Olivia Williams, Greta Scacchi, Samuel Roukin, and Hugh Bonneville. BBC, 2008. DVD.
Newark, Elizabeth. The Darcys Give a Ball: A Gentle Joke, Jane Austen Style. 1997. Naperville: Sourcebooks, 2008.
Northanger Abbey. By Jane Austen. Screenplay by Andrew Davies. Dir. Jon Jones. Perf. Felicity Jones, JJ Feild, Carey Mulligan, and Liam Cunningham. BBC, 2008. DVD. First released in the UK in 2007.
Odiwe, Jane. Lydia Bennet’s Story: The Continuing Adventures of Mrs. Darcy’s Youngest Sister: A Sequel to Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice. Naperville: Sourcebooks, 2008.
Persuasion. By Jane Austen. Screenplay by Simon Burke. Dir. Adrian Shergold. Perf. Sally Hawkins, Rupert Penry-Jones, Anthony Head, and Alice Krige. BBC, 2008. DVD. First released in the UK in 2007.
Pitkeathley, Jill. Cassandra and Jane: A Jane Austen Novel. 2004. New York: HarperCollins, 2008.
Reynolds, Abigail. Impulse and Initiative: What If Mr. Darcy Didn’t Take No for an Answer? Naperville: Sourcebooks, 2008.
_____. Pemberley by the Sea. Naperville: Sourcebooks, 2008.
Rushton, Rosie. Secret Schemes and Darling Dreams. London: Piccadilly, 2008. Jane Austen in the 21st Century. A reworking of Emma.
Sense and Sensibility. By Jane Austen. Screenplay by Andrew Davies. Dir. John Alexander. Perf. David Morrissey, Janet McTeer, Hattie Morahan, Charity Wakefield, Dan Stevens, and Dominic Cooper. BBC, 2008. DVD. First released in the UK in 2007.
Shapiro, Juliette, comp. Ask Jane Austen. [The Author]: Virtual Bookworm.com, 2008.
_____. Mr. Darcy’s Decision: A Sequel to Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice. Berkeley: Ulysses, 2008.
Street, Mary. The Confession of Fitzwilliam Darcy. 1999. New York: Berkley, 2008.
Whalan, Pamela, and Jane Austen. Persuasion: A Play, Adapted from Jane Austen’s Novel. [Lindfield, N.S.W.]: JASA, 2008.
Williamson, Kerri Bennett. Sensing Jane Austen. [Author]: BookSurge, 2008.
Wollaston, Emily. The Little Book of Jane Austen. Swindon: Green Umbrella, 2008.
Notes on the Jane Austen Bibliography, 2008:
1. Style: the bibliography follows the MLA 7th edition with this 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 order.
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 appears 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, critical works, and biographies, as well as an increased number of books available electronically. 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 would just make note of this fact 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 looks like a new work might actually be a reprint of an older work, and perhaps less expensive in its original edition.
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.
6. 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 that show a title and copyright page and an ISBN number. Those titles having no place of publication or publisher noted are cited as “[Author], date.”
7. Kindle/ebooks: if a work is published only as an ebook, it will not be cited. Exceptions will be decided on a case-by-case basis.
8. Book reviews: a review of a work on Jane Austen is generally not cited unless it is a substantive essay in its own right.