Contents

Editor’s Note
Susan Allen Ford

ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING 2012: NEW YORK: SEX, MONEY AND POWER IN JANE AUSTEN’S FICTION

Hierarchy and Seduction in Regency Fashion
Daniel James Cole

Jane Austen, Madame de Staël, and the Seductiveness of Conversation
Jeffrey A. Nigro and William Phillips

Sex, Power, and Other People’s Money: The Prince Regent and His Impact on Jane Austen’s Life and Work
A. Marie Sprayberry

Jane Austen, Pound for Pound
Marilyn Francus

A Sweet Creature’s Horrid Novels: Gothic Reading in Northanger Abbey
Susan Allen Ford

“Nothing against Her, but Her Husband & Her Conscience”: Jane Austen’s Lady Susan in Edith Wharton’s Old New York
Sarah Emsley

MISCELLANY

Dancing at St. James’s
Allison Thompson

Sisters Askew: “The Three Sisters” and Pride and Prejudice
Leo Rockas

The English Columella, or Pigs in the Primroses and Periwinkles
Pauline Beard

Uncommon Prudence in Sense and Sensibility
Clyde Ray

Betrayal: Jane Austen’s Imaginative Use of America
Patricia M. Ard

Variations on a Theme: Openings, Closings, and Returns in Pride & Prejudice
Raffaella Antinucci

“Jane Would Approve”: Gender and Authenticity at Louisiana’s Jane Austen Literary Festival
Corrie Kiesel

Jane Austen Bibliography, 2011
Deborah Barnum

Jane Austen Bibliography, 2008
Deborah Barnum

 

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