PERSUASIONS ON-LINE V.34, NO.1 (Winter 2012)

Jane Austen Bibliography, 2012

Deborah Barnum

 

Deborah Barnum (email: books@bygonebooksvermont.com) 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.

 

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

  1. Austen Editions:  original works, under Austen if no extensive annotation or editing is involved, otherwise under the editor’s name

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

  3. Austen Studies:  biographical, critical, and interpretive works

  4. Dissertations:  a select, rather than exhaustive, list of works specifically on Austen

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

Explanatory notes are at the end of the document.

 

 

1. Austen Editions

 

Austen, Jane. The Complete Novels of Jane Austen. Illus. Jacqui Oakley. Las Vegas: Montlake Romance, 2012.

 

_____. Emma. Haslet, TX: Park Plum Press, 2012. A miniature edition, in 3 volumes.

 

_____. Emma. New York: Splinter, 2012. Classic Lines. Cover art by Sara Singh.

 

_____. Emma. Ed. Monica Feinberg Cohen. New York: Sterling, 2012. Barnes and Noble Signature Editions.

 

_____. Mansfield Park. Ed. Deborah Lutz. New York: Sterling, 2012. Barnes and Noble Signature Editions.

 

_____. Northanger Abbey. Ed. Lisa M. Dresner. New York: Sterling, 2012. Barnes and Noble Signature Editions.

 

_____. Perusasion. Ed. Christina Bartolomeo. New York: Sterling, 2012. Barnes and Noble Signature Editions.

 

_____. The Poetry of Jane Austen. Narr. Ghizela Rowe. [N.p.]: Portable Poetry, 2012. E-audiobook.

 

_____. Pride and Prejudice. San Diego: Canterbury Classics, 2012. Word Cloud Classics.

 

_____. Pride and Prejudice. New York: Splinter, 2012. Classic Lines. Cover art by Sara Singh.

 

_____. Pride and Prejudice. Ed. Sarah S. G. Frantz. New York: Sterling, 2012. Barnes and Noble Signature Editions.

 

_____. Sense and Sensibility. San Diego: Canterbury Classics, 2012. Word Cloud Classics.

 

_____. Sense and Sensibility. New York: Splinter, 2012. Classic Lines. Cover art by Sara Singh.

 

Beer, Gillian, ed. Persuasion. By Jane Austen. 2003. London: Penguin, 2012. A reissue in Clothbound Classics, cover by Coralie Bickford-Smith.

 

Bree, Linda, Peter Sabor, and Janet M. Todd, eds. Jane Austen’s Manuscript Works. Peterborough, Can.: Broadview, 2012.

 

Grawe, Ursula, ed. Jane Austen zum Vergnuügen. Stuttgart: Reclam, 2012. German text. Contains excerpts from Austen’s works:  the novels, fragments, and letters, some not previously published in German.

 

Shapard, David M., ed. The Annotated Emma. By Jane Austen. New York: Anchor, 2012.

 

_____, ed. The Annotated Pride and Prejudice. By Jane Austen. Rev. ed. New York: Anchor, 2012.

 

Spacks, Patricia Meyer, ed. Persuasion. By Jane Austen. 2nd ed. New York: Norton, 2012. Norton Critical Editions.

 

Tandon, Bharat, ed. Emma: An Annotated Edition. By Jane Austen. Cambridge: Belknap-Harvard UP, 2012.

 

 

2. Austen Circle

 

Buck, Alanah, and Helen Atkinson. “The Life of Henry Edgar Austen, Esq.: Jane Austen’s Strange Prophecy.” Sensibilities 45 (2012): 29-45. First published in JAS Report (2011): 54-64.

 

Dunning, Ron. “Mary Gibson’s Family.” Austentations 12 (2012): 55-57.

 

Lane, Maggie. “Oxford Men: The Literary Aspirations, Achievements and Influence of James and Henry Austen.” Persuasions 31 (2009): 13-32. Rpt. in JAS Report (2012): 69-84.

 

Selwyn, David. “An Oxford Periodical: James and Henry Austen and The Loiterer.” JAS Report (2012): 85-90.

 

Thwaite, Alan. “A Note on Matthew Boulton’s Marriages.” JAS Report (2012): 45.

 

Viveash, Chris. “Rauzzini, Bath and ‘Crazy Jane.’” Austentations 12 (2012): 3-5. First published in Impressions (Jane Austen Society, Northern Branch).

 

Wilson, Margaret. “An Austen House in Horsmonden.” Austentations 12 (2012): 11.

 

_____. “Edward Knight’s Elopement.” JAS Report (2012): 30-40.

 

 

3. Austen Studies

 

Aldea, Elena Oliete. “Gurinder Chadha’s Bride and Prejudice: A Transnational Journey through Time and Space.” International Journal of English Studies 12.1 (2012): 167-82.

 

Antinucci, Raffaella. “Variations on a Theme: Openings, Closings, and Returns in Pride & Prejudice.” Persuasions On-Line 33.1 (2012). Web.

 

Ard, Patricia M. “Betrayal: Jane Austen’s Imaginative Use of America.” Persuasions On-Line 33.1 (2012). Web.

 

“Autograph Manuscript of Jane Austen, ‘The Watsons.’” Bodleian Library Record 25.1 (2012): 96-98.

 

Azeredo, Genilda. “Jane Austen e a Recodificação Paródica do Gótico em Northanger Abbey.” [“Jane Austen’s Parodic Recodification of the Gothic in Northanger Abbey”]. Ilha do Desterro 62 (2012): 75-98. Portuguese text. Also on the Web. https://periodicos.ufsc.br/index.php/desterro/article/view/2175-8026.2012n62p75

 

Baker, Andrew. “Thomas Anson and the Greek Revival.” Transactions 23 (2012): 40-50.

 

Ball, Heather. “Jane Austen.” Women Writers Who Changed the World. New York: Rosen, 2012.

 

Bander, Elaine. “Neither Sex, Money, nor Power: Why Elizabeth Finally Says ‘Yes!’Persuasions 34 (2012): 25-41. Also on the Web.

 

Barchas, Janine. “Digitally Reconstructing the Reynolds Retrospective Attended by Jane Austen in 1813: A Report on e-Work-in-Progress.” ABO: Interactive Journal for Women in the Arts 1640-1830. 2.1 (2012). Web. http://www.aphrabehn.org/ABO/?p=1245#more-1245

 

_____. Matters of Fact in Jane Austen: History, Location, and Celebrity. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins UP, 2012.

 

_____. “What Jane Austen Saw at the Reynolds Retrospective in 1813.” Sensibilities 44 (2012): 31-48. A slightly altered version of the above cited article in ABO 2.1 (2012).

 

Barnum, Deborah. “Jane Austen Bibliography, 2008.” Persuasions On-Line 33.1 (2012). Web.

 

_____. “Jane Austen Bibliography, 2011.” Persuasions On-Line 33.1 (2012). Web.

 

Bartlett, Nora. “Deaths and Entrances: The Opening of Sense and Sensibility.” Persuasions On-Line 32.2 (2012). Web.

 

Batchelor, Jennie. “Jane Austen and Charlotte Smith: Biography, Autobiography and the Writing of Women’s Literary History.” Women’s Life Writing, 1700-1850: Gender, Genre and Authorship. Ed. Daniel Cook and Amy Culley. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2012. 181-96.

 

Baudot, Laura. “‘Nothing Really in It’: Gothic Interiors and the Externals of the Courtship Plot in Northanger Abbey.” Eighteenth Century Fiction 24.2 (2012): 325-52.

 

Beard, Pauline. “The English Columella, or Pigs in the Primroses and Periwinkles.” Persuasions On-Line 33.1 (2012). Web.

 

Bell, Wealands. “The Church of England and its Music in the Time of Jane Austen.” Transactions 23 (2012): 80-92.

 

Bethel, Paul A. “Looking at Lizzie.” JARW 57 (2012): 42-46.

 

Billi, Mirella. “Spaces as Self: Houses in Jane Austen.” The House of Fiction as the House of Life: Representations of the House from Richardson to Woolf. Ed. Francesca Saggini and Anna Enrichetta Soccio. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars, 2012. 60-71.

 

Bladen, Victoria. “When Jane Met William: Dialogues between Austen and Shakespeare.” Sensibilities 45 (2012): 61-90.

 

Bompiani, Ginevra. Lo Spazio Narrante [Narrative Space]: Jane Austen, Emily Brontë, Sylvia Plath. 1978. Milano: Et Al, 2012. Italian text.

 

Borbely, Iuliana. “Adapting Pride and Prejudice to Film in 2005.” Romance: The History of a Genre. Ed. Dana Percec. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars, 2012. 202-17.

 

Britton, Jeanne M. “Written on the Brow: Character, Narrative, and the Face in Byron and Austen.” Nineteenth-Century Contexts 34.5 (2012): 517-31.

 

Byrne, Paula. “Afterword.” Persuasions On-Line 32.2 (2012). Web. Discusses the various Austen biographies, including her own work, The Real Jane Austen.

 

Calvo Maturana, Antonio. “The Maiden’s Consent (El sí de las niñas), or Women’s Sense and Sensibility in Absolutist Spain (1806).” Persuasions On-Line 32.2 (2012). Web.

 

Campbell, Teri. “‘Not Handsome Enough’: Faces, Pictures, and Language in Pride and Prejudice.” Persuasions 34 (2012): 207-21.

 

Carroll, Joseph, John A. Johnson, Jonathan Gottschall, and Daniel J. Kruger. “Graphing Jane Austen: Agonistic Structure in British Novels of the Nineteenth Century.” Scientific Study of Literature 2.1 (2012): 1-24.

 

_____. Graphing Jane Austen: The Evolutionary Basis of Literary Meaning. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2012. Cognitive Studies in Literature and Performance.

 

Cartmell, Deborah. “Familiarity versus Contempt: Becoming Jane and the Adaptation Genre.” Adaptation and Cultural Appropriation: Literature, Film, and the Arts. Ed. Pascal Nicklas and Oliver Lindner. Berlin, Ger.: de Gruyter, 2012. 25-33.

 

Chamberlain, Shannon. “John Willoughby, Luxury Good: Sense and Sensibility’s Economic Curriculum.” Persuasions 34 (2012): 157-63.

 

Chawton House Library. Female Spectator 16.1-4 (2012). Ed. Gillian Dow, Helen Cole, and Sandy White. Alton, Hampshire: Chawton House Library, 2012. Austen-related essays individually cited.

 

Chishty-Mujahid, Nadya Q. Eighteenth-Century Influences on Jane Austen’s Early Fiction. Lewiston: Edwin Mellen, 2013. ebook available in 2012.

 

Chowdhury, Sunayana. “Violation of Maxim of Quality in Jane Austen’s Sense and Sensibility.” Criterion: An International Journal in English 3.2 (2012): 1-6. Web. http://www.the-criterion.com/V3/n2/Sunayana.pdf

 

Clark, Lorraine J. “Remembering Nature: Soliloquy as Aesthetic Form in Mansfield Park.” Eighteenth-Century Fiction 24.2 (2012): 353-79. Also on the Web. http://digitalcommons.mcmaster.ca/ecf/vol24/iss2/10

 

Clark, Russell, and William Phillips. “Eleanor Holmes Hinkley’s ‘Lost’ Play, Dear Jane: Jane Austen in the Theatre.” Sensibilities 45 (2012): 91-109.

 

Cobb, Shelley. “What Would Jane Do? Postfeminist Media Uses of Austen and the Austen Reader.” Dow and Hanson 208-27.

 

Cole, Daniel James. “Hierarchy and Seduction in Regency Fashion.” Persuasions On-Line 33.1 (2012). Web.

 

Coonradt, Nicole. “The Enlightenment Tradition of Hume and Smith in Austen: Windows to Understanding.” Religion in the Age of Enlightenment 3 (2012): 157-88.

 

Copeland, Edward. “The Woman’s Tradition: Edgeworth, Burney and Austen.” The Silver Fork Novel: Fashionable Fiction in the Age of Reform. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2012. 37-64.

 

Corley, Tony. “Jane Austen and John Murray: Response to a Lecture by Kathryn Sutherland.” JAS Report (2012): 46-49.

 

Cossy, Valérie. “Jane Austen (1775-1817), Isabelle Montolieu (1751-1832): Autorité, Identité et Légitimité de la Romancière en France et en Angleterre au Tournant du Dix-Neuvième Siècle.” La Tradition des Romans de Femmes: XVIIIe-XIXe Siècles. Ed. Catherine Mariette-Clot and Damien Zanone. Paris: Champion, 2012. 191-204. Littérature et Genre. Paper presented in 2009.

 

Cowper-Coles, Sherard. “Hearts and Minds: Confessions of a Janeite.” JAS Report (2012): 96-105.

 

Croggon, Alison. “Re-Reading Austen.” Overland 208 (2012): 40-41.

 

Dabundo, Laura. “The Feminist Critique and Five Styles of Women’s Roles in Pride and Prejudice.” Mazzeno 39-53.

 

_____. The Marriage of Faith: Christianity in Jane Austen and William Wordsworth. Macon: Mercer UP, 2012.

 

Deresiewicz, William. “Community and Cognition in Pride and Prejudice.” English Literary History 64.2 (1997): 503-35. Rpt. in Mazzeno 152-91.

 

Dow, Gillian. “Uses of Translation: The Global Jane Austen.” Dow and Hanson 154-74.

 

Dow, Gillian, and Clare Hanson, eds. Uses of Austen: Jane’s Afterlives. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2012. Essays are individually cited.

 

Downes, Daragh. “‘A Something or a Nothing’: Towards a Sensibilious Reading of Sense and Sensibility.” Persuasions On-Line 32.2 (2012). Web.

 

Duckenfield, Bridget. “Jane Austen and the Hyacinth.” Austentations 12 (2012): 30-34.

 

Eagon, Cayla. “‘Touching a Secret Spring’: Catherine’s Sexual Awakening in Jane Austen’s Northanger Abbey.” Sigma Tau Delta Review 9 (2012): 79-87.

 

Elliott, Kamilla. “Jane Austen and the Politics of Picture Identification.” Nineteenth-Century Contexts 34.4 (2012): 305-22.

 

Emsley, Sarah. “‘Nothing against Her, but Her Husband and Her Conscience’: Jane Austen’s Lady Susan in Edith Wharton’s Old New York.” Persuasions On-Line 33.1 (2012). Web.

 

Emslie, Barry. “Women and Writing: Women Theorists, Women Novelists, Jane Austen, Charlotte Brontë.” Narrative and Truth: An Ethical and Dynamic Paradigm for the Humanities. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2012. 55-88.

 

Erwin, Timothy. “Comic Prints, the Picturesque, and Fashion: Seeing and Being Seen in Jane Austen’s Northanger Abbey.” Potter 202-22.

 

Fogel, Aaron. “Populations: Pictures of Prose in Hardy, Austen, Eliot, and Thackeray.” The Cambridge History of the English Novel. Ed. Robert L. Caserio and Clement Hawes. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2012. 357-72.

 

Folsom, Marcia McClintock. “Power in Mansfield Park: Austen’s Study of Domination and Resistance.” Persuasions 34 (2012): 83-98.

 

Ford, Susan Allen. Introduction. Sermons to Young Women. By James Fordyce. Southampton: Chawton House, 2012. A facsimile reprint of the 10th edition, first published 1786.

 

_____. “A Sweet Creature’s Horrid Novels: Gothic Reading in Northanger Abbey.” Persuasions On-Line 33.1 (2012). Web.

 

_____. “‘Wentworth, a Barber at Oxford’: Adapting Columella for Persuasion.” Persuasions 34 (2012): 236-44.

 

Forest, Jennifer. Behind Jane Austen’s Door. [Author]: Amazon Digital, 2012. Kindle ebook.

 

Fraiman, Susan. “The Humiliation of Elizabeth Bennet.” Unbecoming Women: British Women Writers and the Novel of Development. New York: Columbia UP, 1993. Rpt. in Mazzeno 240-77.

 

Francus, Marilyn. “Jane Austen, Pound for Pound.” Persuasions On-Line 33.1 (2012). Web.

 

_____. “‘Where Does Discretion End, and Avarice Begin?’ The Mercenary and the Prudent in Austen.” Persuasions 34 (2012): 57-70.

 

Franklin, Caroline. “‘The Interest is Very Strong, Especially for Mr. Darcy’: Jane Austen, Byron, and Romantic Love.” The Female Romantics: Nineteenth-Century Women Novelists and Byronism, 2012. 83-102.

 

Fullerton, Susannah. A Dance with Jane Austen: How a Novelist and Her Characters Went to the Ball. Fwd. Deirdre Le Faye. London: Frances Lincoln, 2012.

 

_____. “Dancing with Jane.” JARW 59 (2012): 24-28.

 

Gay, Penny. “‘The Business of Finding a Play that Would Suit Everybody.’” Sensibilities 45 (2012): 123-31.

 

_____. “The Theatre and Actors of Jane Austen’s Time: What Did She See? What Did She Enjoy?” Sensibilities 45 (2012): 48-60.

 

Gayle, Jody. Fashions in the Era of Jane Austen: Ackermann’s Repository of Arts, Literature, Commerce, Manufactures, Fashions and Politics. Columbia, MO: Publications of the Past, 2012. A selection of Rudolph Ackermann’s fashion plates with descriptions from 1809-1820.

 

Geng Li-Ping. “How Pride and Prejudice Reflects the Epistemological Theory.” Foreign Literature Studies 34.4 (2012): 98-104. Chinese.

 

Giffin, Michael. “Austen’s Clerical Characters: Ordained and Pre-Ordained.” Sensibilities 45 (2012): 5-22.

 

Gilbert, Nora. “For Sophisticated Eyes Only: Jane Austen and George Cukor.” Better Left Unsaid: Victorian Novels, Hays Code Films, and The Benefits of Censorship. Stanford: Stanford Law-Stanford UP, 2012. 45-79.

 

Giles, Heidi. “Resolving the Institution of Marriage in Eighteenth-Century Courtship Novels.” Rocky Mountain Review 66.1 (2012): 76-82.

 

González-Díaz, Victorina. “English Text Construction 5.2 (2012): 174-207.

 

Goodwin, Sarah Webster. “Knowing Better: Feminism and Utopian Discourse in Pride and Prejudice, Villette, and ‘Babette’s Feast.’” Feminism, Utopia, and Narrative. Ed. Libby Falk and Susan Webster Goodwin. Knoxville: U Tennessee P, 1990. Rpt. in Mazzeno 278-97.

 

Greiner, Rae. “The Art of Knowing Your Own Nothingness: Bentham, Austen, and the Realist Case.” Sympathetic Realism in Nineteenth-Century British Fiction. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins UP, 2012. 50-85. See Part 2: “Persuasion and the Sympathetic Case.”

 

Grogan, Claire. “From Pride and Prejudice to Lost in Austen and Back Again: Reading Television Reading Novels.” Potter 292-307.

 

Grove, Valerie. “Crime and Prejudice.” JARW 55 (2012): 14-18. An interview with P. D. James.

 

Haggerty, George E. “Fanny Price: ‘Is She Solemn?—Is She Queer?—Is She Prudish?’” Eighteenth Century: Theory and Interpretation 53.2 (2012): 175-88.

 

Hall, Lynda A. “Valuing the Superfluous Spinster: Miss Bates and the Struggle to Remain Visible.” The Eighteenth-Century Novel. Vol. 9. Ed. Albert J. Rivero and George Justice. Brooklyn: AMS, 2012. 281-99.

 

Halsey, Katherine. “Jane Austen.” Oxford Bibliographies. Oxford UP, 2012. Web.

 

Halsey, Katie. “‘Faultless Herself, As Nearly As Human Nature Can Be’: The Construction of Jane Austen’s Public Image, 1817-1917.” Women Writers and the Artifacts of Celebrity in the Long Nineteenth Century. Ed. Ann R. Hawkins and Maura Ives. Farnham, UK; Burlington, VT: Ashgate, 2012. 33-47.

 

_____. Jane Austen and Her Readers, 1786-1945. New York: Anthem, 2012.

 

Harris, Jocelyn. “Jane Austen and the Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge.” Persuasions 34 (2012): 134-39.

 

Herman, David, James Phelan, Peter J. Rabinowitz, Brian Richardson, and Robyn R. Warhol. Narrative Theory: Core Concepts and Critical Debates. Columbus: Ohio State UP, 2012. Many references to Jane Austen.

 

Hirsch, Gordon. “Shame, Pride and Prejudice: Jane Austen’s Psychological Sophistication.” Mosaic 25.1 (1992): 63-78. Rpt. in Mazzeno 298-320.

 

Hughes, Bill. “Jane Austen’s Conversational Pragmatics: Rational Evaluation and Strategic Action in Sense and Sensibility.” Persuasions On-Line 32.2 (2012). Web.

 

Hwang, Sheila Minn. “Praising and Puffing: Advertising, Identity, and Illusions of Illness in Sanditon.” Global Economies, Cultural Currencies of the Eighteenth Century. Ed. Michael Rotenberg-Schwartz and Tara Czechowski. New York: AMS; 2012. 249-73.

 

“It’s Never Too Late for These Classic Must-Reads: Here Are 25 Enduring Titles You May Have Missed or Forgotten—But Shouldn’t Have.” Writer Sept. 2012: 20.

 

James, Felicity. “At Home with Jane: Placing Austen in Contemporary Culture.” Dow and Hanson 132-53.

 

James-Cavan, Kathleen. “‘Cruel Comfort’: A Reading of the Theological Critique in Sense and Sensibility.” Persuasions On-Line 32.2 (2012). Web.

 

Jane Austen Society. News Letter: The Jane Austen Society 38, 39 (2012). Ed. David Selwyn.

 

_____. Report for 2012 (2012). Ed. David Selwyn. Essays are individually cited.

 

Jane Austen Society (Kent Branch). Austentations 12 (2012). Ed. Averil Clayton. Select essays are individually cited.

 

Jane Austen Society (Midlands Branch). Transactions 23 (2012). Ed. Dawn Thomas. Select essays are individually cited.

 

Jane Austen Society (Northern Branch). Impressions (2012). Ed. Marilyn Joice.

 

Jane Austen Society of Australia. JASA Chronicle (2012). Ed. Sue Green and Helen Malcher.

 

_____. Sensibilities 44, 45 (2012). Ed. Joanna Penglase. Essays are individually cited.

 

Jane Austen Society of North America. JASNA News 28.1-3 (2012). Ed. Sheryl Craig.

 

_____. Persuasions: The Jane Austen Journal 34 (2012). Ed. Susan Allen Ford. Essays are individually cited; Table of Contents on the Web.

 

_____. Persuasions: The Jane Austen Journal On-Line 33.1 (2012). Ed. Susan Allen Ford. Web. Essays are individually cited.

 

_____. “200 Years of Sense and Sensibility: Selected Essays from the Conference at the University of St. Andrews.” Ed. Susan Allen Ford, Marina Cano López, and A. Rose Pimentel. Spec. issue of Persuasions: The Jane Austen Journal On-Line 32.2 (2012). Web. Essays are individually cited.

 

Jane Austen’s Regency World [JARW]. Ed. Tim Bullamore. Bath: Lansdown, 2012. Issues 55-60. Austen-related articles are individually cited.

 

Jarman, Monica. “Devouring and Digesting Jane Austen: Why Jane Austen is Better Off as a Vampire.” Sensibilities 44 (2012): 82-91.

 

Jennings, Charles. A Brief Guide to Jane Austen: The Life and Times of the World’s Favourite Author. London: Robinson, 2012.

 

Joannou, Maroula. “‘England’s Jane’: The Legacy of Jane Austen in the Fiction of Barbara Pym, Dodie Smith and Elizabeth Taylor.” Dow and Hanson 37-58.

 

Johnson, Claudia L. Jane Austen’s Cults and Cultures. Chicago: U of Chicago P, 2012.

 

Johnston, Susan. “Historical Picturesque: Adapting Great Expectations and Sense and Sensibility.” Mosaic: A Journal for the Interdisciplinary Study of Literature 37.1 (2004): 167-83. Rpt. in A Library of Essays on Charles Dickens: Dickens Adapted. Ed. John Glavin. Farnham, UK; Burlington, VT: Ashgate, 2012. 113-29.

 

Jones, Hazel, and Maggie Lane. Celebrating Pride and Prejudice: 200 Years of Jane Austen’s Darling Child. Bath: Lansdown, 2012.

 

Jones, Stephanie. “The Ethics of Geography: Women as Readers and Dancers in Gurinder Chadha’s Bride and Prejudice (2004).” Dow and Hanson 175-91.

 

Kaplan, Deborah. “‘There She Is at Last’: The Byrne Portrait Controversy.” Persuasions 34 (2012): 121-33. Also on the Web.

 

Kaplan, Laurie. “Sunday in the Park with Elinor Dashwood: ‘So Public a Place.’Persuasions 34 (2012): 179-200. Also on the Web.

 

Kiesel, Corrie. “‘Jane Would Approve’: Gender and Authenticity at Louisiana’s Jane Austen Literary Festival.” Persuasions On-Line 33.1 (2012). Web.

 

Kindred, Sheila Johnson. “Tidings of Comfort and Joy: A Note on Reading Mansfield Park.” Austentations 12 (2012): 35-41.

 

Klackle, Natalie. “Jane Austen.” Orientalist Writers. Ed. Coeli Fitzpatrick and Dwayne A. Tunstall. Detroit: Gale, 2012.3-9. Dictionary of Literary Biography, Vol. 366.

 

Klemann, Heather M. “Ethos in Jane Austen’s Emma.” Studies in Romanticism 51.4 (2012): 503-32.

 

Kramp, Michael. “Austen’s Tradesmen: Improving Masculinity in Pride and Prejudice.” Disciplining Love: Austen and the Modern Man. Columbus: Ohio State UP, 2007. Rpt. in Mazzeno 192-216.

 

_____. “The Domesticated Conflict and Impending Social Change of Pride and Prejudice.” Mazzeno 54-69.

 

Lane, Maggie. “David Selwyn, 21 November 1951-9 April 2013.” JAS Report (2012): 11-12.

 

_____. “It’s a Small World.” JARW 59 (2012): 37-41.

 

_____. “Lady Susan and Other Widows: Merry, Mercenary, or Mean.” Persuasions 34 (2012): 71-82.

 

_____. “Neighborhood Spies.” JARW 58 (2012): 28-32.

 

_____. “Pretty! Say Beautiful Rather.” JARW 57 (2012): 31-35.

 

_____. “Shoelaces and Shawls.” JARW 60 (2012): 35-39.

 

_____. Understanding Austen: Key Concepts in the Six Novels. London: Hale, 2012.

 

_____. “A Very White World.” JARW 55 (2012): 28-34.

 

Le Faye, Deirdre. “Black Ink and Three Telltale Words; Or, Not Jane Austen’s Portrait.” Sensibilities 44 (2012): 18-30. See also: “Three Telltale Words: Or, Not Jane Austen’s Portrait.” Times Literary Supplement 5 May 2012: 14-15.

 

Lee, Michael Parrish. “The Nothing in the Novel: Jane Austen and the Food Plot.” Novel 45.3 (2012): 368-88.

 

Lerner, Sandy. “Second Impressions by Ava Farmer: A History of a Novel.” Female Spectator 16.1 (2012): 7-8.

 

Leuner, Kirstyn. “‘The End of All the Privacy and Propriety’: Fanny’s Dressing Room in Mansfield Park.” Bodies and Things in Nineteenth-Century Literature and Culture. Ed. Katharina Boehm. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2012. 45-65.

 

Lynch, Deidre. “‘A Genius for Foretelling’: Augustan Austen and Future Fiction.” Dow and Hanson 19-36.

 

Macdonald, Andrew, and Gina Macdonald. “Visualizing Empire in Domestic Settings: Designing Persuasion for the Screen.” Potter 274-91.

 

MacNeil, William P. “John Austin or Jane Austen? The Province of Jurisprudence Determined in Pride and Prejudice.” Novel Judgements: Legal Theory as Fiction. London; New York: Routledge, 2012. 21-46. Discourses of Law.

 

Mangiavellano, Daniel R. “First Encounters with Pride and Prejudice in the Composition Classroom.” Pedagogy 12.3 (2012): 550-55.

 

Marcus, Joel. “Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice: A Theological Reflection.” Theology Today 46.3 (1989): 288-98. Rpt. in Mazzeno 321-36.

 

Martin, Fiona, and Frances Hannah. “Some Legal Issues in Austen.” Sensibilities 44 (2012): 69-81.

 

Mathews, Peter. “An Open Invitation, or How to Read the Ethics of Austen’s Pride and Prejudice.” Persuasions 29 (2007): 245-54. Rpt. in Mazzeno 368-79.

 

May, William. “Letters to Jane: Austen, the Letter and Twentieth-Century Women’s Writing.” Dow and Hanson 115-31.

 

Mazzeno, Laurence W., ed. Critical Insights: Pride and Prejudice. Pasadena: Salem, 2012. Essays are individually cited.

 

_____. “On Pride and Prejudice.” Mazzeno 3-17.

 

McConchie, R. W. “‘Her Word Had No Weight’: Jane Austen as a Lexical Test Case for the OED.” Dictionaries: Journal of the Dictionary Society of North America 33 (2012): 113-36.

 

McKeon, Richard. “Pride and Prejudice: Thought, Character, Argument, and Plot.” Critical Inquiry 5.3 (1979): 511-27. Rpt. in Mazzeno 130-51.

 

McMaster, Juliet. “Sex and the Senses.” Persuasions 34 (2012): 42-56.

 

Mellor, Anne K., and Alex L. Milsom. “Austen’s Fanny Price, Grateful Negroes, and the Stockholm Syndrome.” Persuasions 34 (2012): 222-35.

 

Metzger, Lynn. “The Regency in Modern Literature.” Bookmarks Jan.-Feb. 2012: 14+.

 

Miles, Robert. “Emma and Bank Bills: Forgery and Romanticism.” Romanticism, Forgery and the Credit Crunch. Ed. Ian Haywood. Feb. 2012. Web. Romantic Circles Praxis Series. http://www.rc.umd.edu/praxis/forgery/HTML/praxis.2011.miles.html

 

_____. “The Secular Jane Austen: Radical Reflexivity and the Nova Effect.” Essays in Romanticism 19 (2012): 1-18.

 

Mills, Hazel. “Know Your Phaeton from Your Curricle.” Transactions 23 (2012): 51-65.

 

Minma, Shinobu. Jane Austen In and Out of Context. Tōkyō: Keiō UP, 2012.

 

Minott-Ahl, Nicola. “Does Jane Austen Write Screenplays? Mansfield Park and the Dilemma of Jane Austen in Film.” Quarterly Review of Film and Video 29.3 (2012): 252-67.

 

Monaghan, David. “The Novel and Its Age: A Study of Theme and Structure in Pride and Prejudice.” Humanities Association Review 28 (1977): 155-65. Rpt. in Mazzeno 109-29.

 

Morgan, Susan. “Intelligence in Pride and Prejudice.” Modern Philology 73.1 (1975): 54-68. Rpt. in Mazzeno 217-39.

 

Morley, Catherine. “Feeding the Sick in the Time of Jane Austen.” Sensibilities 45 (2012): 23-28.

 

Morris, Ellie. “Jane Austen—The Unseen Portrait.” Austentations 12 (2012): 14-18.

 

Mullan, John. What Matters in Jane Austen: Twenty Crucial Puzzles Solved. London: Bloomsbury, 2012.

 

Munford, Rebecca. “‘The Future of Pemberley’: Emma Tennant, the ‘Classic Progression’ and Literary Trespassing.” Dow and Hanson 59-76.

 

Nazar, Hina. “Judgment, Propriety, and the Critique of Sensibility: The ‘Sentimental’ Jane Austen.” Enlightened Sentiments: Judgment and Autonomy in the Age of Sensibility. New York: Fordham UP, 2012. 116-46.

 

Neckles, Christina. “Spatial Anxiety: Adapting the Social Space of Pride and Prejudice.” Literature Film Quarterly 40.1 (2012): 30-45.

 

Nelson, Bonnie G. “Rethinking Marianne Dashwood’s Very Strong Resemblance to Eliza Brandon.” Persuasions 34 (2012): 164-78.

 

Nelson, Victoria. “The Paris Review Perspective.” Mazzeno 32-35.

 

Nicholls, Graham. “The Georgian Theatre and Jane Austen.” Transactions 23 (2012): 66-79.

 

Niebuhr, Tiffany. “The Ethos of Humor: A Study of the Narrator in Northanger Abbey.” Persuasions 34 (2012): 150-56.

 

Nigro, Jeffrey A., and William Phillips. “Jane Austen, Madame de Staël, and the Seductiveness of Conversation.” Persuasions On-Line 33.1 (2012). Web.

 

Nixon, Lauren. “Gothic Ascending.” JARW 58 (2012): 41-45.

 

North, Julian. “Jane Austen’s Life on Page and Screen.” Dow and Hanson 92-114.

 

O’Farrell, Mary Ann. “‘Bin Laden a Huge Jane Austen Fan’: Jane Austen in Contemporary Political Discourse.” Dow and Hanson 192-207.

 

_____. “Meditating Much upon Forks: Manners and Manner in Austen’s Novels.” Persuasions 34 (2012): 99-110.

 

Ogawa, Kimiyo. “Marianne’s Addiction: Amorous Pleasures in Sense and Sensibility.” Persuasions On-Line 32.2 (2012). Web.

 

“On the Road: Hardy’s Wessex and Jane’s World.” British Heritage July 2012: 16-18.

 

Pallarés-García, Elena. “Narrated Perception Revisited: The Case of Jane Austen’s Emma.” Language and Literature 21.2 (2012): 170-88.

 

Paris, Bernard J. Character and Conflict in Jane Austen’s Novels: A Psychological Approach. 1978. New Brunswick: Transaction, 2012.

 

Pellérdi, Márta. “Idleness and Melancholy in Sense and Sensibility.” Persuasions On-Line 32.2 (2012). Web.

 

Penney, Christine. “Notes on Sales, 2012.” JAS Report (2012): 90-95.

 

Pigden, Charles R. “A ‘Sensible Knave’? Hume, Jane Austen and Mr. Elliot.” Intellectual History Review 22.3 (2012): 465-80.

 

Potter, Tiffany. “Historicizing the Popular and the Feminine: The Rape of the Lock and Pride and Prejudice and Zombies.” Potter 5-24.

 

_____ , ed. Women, Popular Culture, and the Eighteenth Century. Toronto: U of Toronto P, 2012. Austen-related essays are individually cited.

 

Proudman, Elizabeth. “Rousham.” JAS Report (2012): 62-69.

 

Pyrhönen, Heta. “Bridget Jones’s Diary: A Case Study of Austen Fan Fiction.” Turning Points: Concepts and Narratives of Change in Literature and Other Media. Ed. Ansgar Nünning and Kai Marcel Sicks. Berlin, Ger.: de Gruyter, 2012. 371-85.

 

Quindlen, Anna. “Imagining Jane Austen.” Persuasions 34 (2012): 13-24.

 

Raitt, George. “Lost in Austen: Screen Adaptation in a Post-Feminist World.” Literature Film Quarterly 40.2 (2012): 127-41.

 

Ray, Clyde. “Uncommon Prudence in Sense and Sensibility.” Persuasions On-Line 33.1 (2012). Web.

 

Ray, Joan Klingel. “Biography of Jane Austen.” Mazzeno 18-31.

 

_____, ed. Jane Austen’s Life and Novels: A Documentary Volume. Detroit: Gale, 2012. Dictionary of Literary Biography, Vol. 363.

 

_____, ed. Jane Austen’s Popular and Critical Reputation: A Documentary Volume. Detroit: Gale; 2012. Dictionary of Literary Biography, Vol. 365.

 

Robinson, Amy. “Class Mediation and Marriage in Pride and Prejudice and North and South.” Mazzeno 70-85.

 

Rockas, Leo. “Darcy’s Intentions: Solving a Narrative Puzzle in Pride and Prejudice.” Persuasions 34 (2012): 201-06. Also on the Web.

 

_____. “Sisters Askew: ‘The Three Sisters’ and Pride and Prejudice.” Persuasions On-Line 33.1 (2012). Web.

 

Rodham, Thomas. “Jane, Moral Philosopher.” JARW 58 (2012): 47-51.

 

Rollyson, Carl E. “Jane Austen.” English Novelists. Ipswich, MA: Salem, 2012. 19-33. Critical Survey of Long Fiction.

 

Romero González, Irene. “La Influencia de la Postmodernidad en Orgullo y Prejuicio (1813): Persiguiendo a Jane Austen (2008), Dan Zeff.” ICONO14: Revista De Comunicación Y Tecnologías Emergentes 10.2 (2012): 6-28. Spanish text. Also on the Web. http://www.icono14.net/ojs/index.php/icono14/article/view/150/358

 

Rowland, Susan. “The Problem of the Body In/Out of Nature for Jane Austen and Seamus Heaney.” The Ecocritical Psyche: Literature, Evolutionary Complexity and Jung. London; New York: Routledge, 2012. 26-49.

 

Russell, Adam. “French Translations of Jane Austen.” AUMLA: Journal of the Australasian Universities Language and Literature Association 117 (2012): 13-33.

 

Russo, Stephanie. Women in Revolutionary Debate: From Burney to Austen. Houten, Neth.: HES and De Graaf, 2012.

 

Sabharwal, Aditya. Critical Interpretation of Jane Austen. New Delhi: Wisdom, 2012.

 

Sabor, Peter. “Power in Profusion: Collecting and Selecting Jane Austen’s Letters.” Textual Studies and the Enlarged Eighteenth Century: Precision as Profusion. Ed. Kevin Lee Cope and Robert C. Leitz. Lanham, MD: Bucknell UP, 2012. 169-84.

 

Sandrawich, Christopher. “Communications in the Time of Jane Austen.” Transactions 23 (2012): 6-39.

 

_____. “Housekeeping, Social Habits, Mealtimes and Menus in the Georgian and Regency Periods.” Transactions 23 (2012): 93-105.

 

Schurer, Norbert. “Jane Austen’s Bookshop: An Exhibition.” Female Spectator 16.3 (2012): 10-11.

 

Sharma, Anshoo. “Emblem of Dance: Metaphor for Marriage in Jane Austen’s Novels (A Feminist Approach).” International Indexed and Refereed Research Journal, 4:46 (2012): 41-42. Web. http://www.ssmrae.com/admin/images/4a829c21dbe07830f49131acb0b0b8f2.pdf

 

Shears, Jonathon. “‘I Cannot Talk of Books in a Ball-Room’: Erotic Austen.” Television, Sex and Society: Analyzing Contemporary Representations. Ed. Beth Johnson, James Aston, and Basil Glynn. London: Bloomsbury, 2012. 127-42.

 

Siebers, Tobin. “Jane Austen and Comic Virtue.” Morals and Stories. New York: Columbia UP, 1992. Rpt. in Mazzeno 337-67.

 

Skillen, Katharine. “Travel in the Time of Jane Austen.” Austentations 12 (2012): 6-10.

 

Solinger, Jason D. “Austen’s Fiction in the Age of Commerce.” Becoming the Gentleman: British Literature and the Invention of Modern Masculinity, 1660-1815. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2012. 91-110.

 

Sørbø, Marie Nedregotten. “Discovering an Unknown Austen: Persuasion in the Nineteenth Century.” Persuasions 34 (2012): 245-54.

 

Spence, Jon. “Only a Novel—Or Is Little Nell Dead?” Sensibilities 44 (2012): 7-17.

 

_____. “Speculations on Mansfield Park: Jane Austen, Place, Pictures and Family History.” Sensibilities 44 (2012): 92-109.

 

Spongberg, Mary. “History, Fiction, and Anachronism: Northanger Abbey, the Tudor ‘Past’ and the ‘Gothic’ Present.” Textual Practice 26.4 (2012): 631-48.

 

Sprayberry, A. Marie. “Sex, Power, and Other People’s Money: The Prince Regent and His Impact on Jane Austen’s Life and Work.” Persuasions On-Line 33.1 (2012). Web.

 

Steiner, Enit Karafili. Jane Austen’s Civilized Women: Morality, Gender and the Civilizing Process. London: Pickering, 2012.

 

Sutherland, John. “Jane Austen.” Lives of the Novelists: A History of Fiction in 294 Lives. New Haven: Yale UP, 2012. 57-59.

 

Sutherland, John, and Jolyon Connell. The Connell Guide to Jane Austen’s Emma. Chippenham, UK: Connell Guides, 2012.

 

Sutherland, Kathryn. “Jane Austen’s Dealings with John Murray and his Firm.” Review of English Studies (March 31, 2012). Web. Print version: 64.263 (2013): 105-26. http://res.oxfordjournals.org/content/early/2012/03/31/res.hgs020.full

 

_____. “Review of the Jane Austen Cambridge editions: Juvenilia, ed. Peter Sabor; Sense and Sensibility, ed. Edward Copeland; Pride and Prejudice, ed. Pat Rogers; Northanger Abbey, ed. Barbara M. Benedict and Deirdre Le Faye; Persuasion, ed. Janet Todd and Antje Blank; Later Manuscripts, ed. Janet Todd and Linda Bree.” Review of English Studies 63.259 (2012): 333-37.

 

Terras, Melissa. “Understanding Jane.” ITNOW 54.1 (2012): 50-51.

 

Terentowicz-Fotyga, Urszula. “Lost in Austen? The Afterlife of the Literary Classic.” The Lives of Texts: Exploring the Metaphor. Ed. Katarzyna Pisarska and Andrzej Sławomir Kowalczyk. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars, 2012. 263-75.

 

Thompson, Allison. “Dancing at St. James’s.” Persuasions On-Line 33.1 (2012). Web.

 

Thwaite, Alan. “Stolz und Voruteil (Pride and Prejudice)—200-Jahrjubiläum (200th Anniversary): German Translations of Jane Austen’s Novels.” JAS Report (2012): 24-26.

 

Todd, Janet. “‘I Do Not See How It Can Ever Be Ascertained’: Aphra Behn and Jane Austen.” Women’s Writing 19.2 (2012): 192-203.

 

_____. “A Tentative Jane Austen Query.” Notes and Queries 59.1 (2012): 105-06.

 

Tóibín, Colm. “Jane Austen, Henry James and the Death of the Mother.” New Ways to Kill Your Mother: Writers and Their Families. New York: Scribner, 2012. 1-29.

 

Toner, Anne. “‘A ‘Said He’ or a ‘Said She’’: Speech Attribution in Austen’s Fiction.” Persuasions 34 (2012): 140-49.

 

Townsend, Penelope. “Finding a Letter.” JARW 55 (2012): 43-48. About Austen’s letter of January 8-9, 1799, housed at the Torquay Museum.

 

Tuite, Clara. “Sanditon: Austen’s Pre-Post Waterloo.” Textual Practice 26.4 (2012): 609-29.

 

Turner, Gavin. “Jane Austen’s Clergymen.” JAS Report (2012): 50-61.

 

Vickery, Amanda. “Jane Austen through the Ages.” History Today 1 Jan. 2012. Web. http://www.historytoday.com/amanda-vickery/jane-austen-through-ages

 

_____. The Many Lovers of Jane Austen. Prod. Ross Wilson. Dir. Rupert Edwards. [London]: BBC / Digital Classics, 2012. DVD.

 

Viveash, Chris. “Edward Byles Cowell.” JAS Report (2012): 27-30.

 

_____. “George Eliot’s Letter.” JAS Report (2012): 40-45.

 

Voigts-Virchow, Eckart. “Pride and Promiscuity and Zombies, Or: Miss Austen Mashed Up in the Affinity Spaces of Participatory Culture.” Adaptation and Cultural Appropriation: Literature, Film, and the Arts. Ed. Pascal Nicklas and Oliver Lindner. Berlin, Ger.: de Gruyter, 2012. 34-56.

 

Wagner, Tamara S. “‘Would You Have Us Laughed Out of Bath?’ Shopping Around for Fashion and Fashionable Fiction in Jane Austen Adaptations.” Potter 257-73.

 

Wall, Cynthia. “The Impress of the Invisible: Lodges and Cottages.” ELH 79.4 (2012): 989-1012. Analyzes the park lodge gate in the writings of Jane Austen, Frances Burney, Ann Radcliffe, and John Bunyan.

 

Wallace, Beth Kowaleski. “‘Penance and Mortification For Ever’: Jane Austen and the Ambient Noise of Catholicism.” Tulsa Studies in Women’s Literature 31.1-2 (2012): 159-80.

 

Wallach, Joelle. Cassandra’s Lament: For Unaccompanied Women’s Voices. [Author]: 2012. A musical score, texts derived from letters of Cassandra Austen, prayers of Jane Austen, and the Anglican requiem. Includes performance notes.

 

Warner, Sylvia Townsend. “Jane Austen.” London: British Book Council / Longmans Green, 1951. Rpt. in With the Hunted: Selected Writings of Sylvia Townsend Warner. Ed. Peter Tolhurst. Norwich, UK: Black Dog, 2012. 79-99.

 

Watson, Mary. “A Defence of Edward Ferrars: Austen’s Hero as a Nexus of Sense and Sensibility.” Persuasions On-Line 32.1 (2011). Rpt. in Austentations 12 (2012): 20-29.

 

Webster, Jill. “The Unseen.” Austentations12 (2012): 42-47.

 

Weller, Barry. “How and Where We Live Now: Edgeworth, Austen, Dickens, and Trollope.” The Cambridge History of the English Novel. Ed. Robert L. Caserio and Clement Hawes. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2012. 292-307.

 

Wells, Juliette. “New Approaches to Austen and the Popular Reader.” Dow and Hanson 77-91.

 

Wells-Lassagne, Shannon. “Filming Theory in Patricia Rozema’s Mansfield Park (1999).” Approaches to Film and Reception Theories / Cinéma et Théories de la Réception: Etudes et Panorama Critique. Ed. Christophe Gelly and David Roche. Clermont-Ferrand, Fr.: PU Blaise Pascal, 2012. 191-205.

 

West, Cornel. “Power and Freedom in Jane Austen’s Novels.” Persuasions 34 (2012): 111-18.

 

Whalan, Pamela. “Adapting Austen’s Novels for the Stage: Additions, Omissions and Essentials.” Sensibilities 45 (2012): 110-22.

 

White, Diana. Jane Austen: The Life and Times of the Woman behind the Books. Bath: Millstream, 2012.

 

Wilkes, Joanne. “Pride and Prejudice: The Critical Reception.” Mazzeno 86-105.

 

Williams, Brenda. The World of Jane Austen. Andover, UK: Pitkin, 2012.

 

Williams, Charlotte. “Pride and Prejudice Celebrates Bicentenary.” Bookseller 12 Oct. 2012: 22.

 

Wilson, Erin. “The End of Sensibility: The Nervous Body in the Early Nineteenth Century.” Literature and Medicine 30.2 (2012): 276-91.

 

Wilson, Graham A. “An Historical Ophthalmic Study of Jane Austen.” British Journal of Ophthalmology Nov. 2012: 1365-67.

 

Young, Linda. “Gentle Jane: Living the Genteel Life in Regency / Victorian England.” Sensibilities 44 (2012): 49-68.

 

Zolfagharkhani, M., and H. Ramezani. “‘Gaze’ and ‘Visuality’ in Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice.” K@ta 14.1 (2012): 1-6. Also on the Web. http://puslit2.petra.ac.id/ejournal/index.php/ing/article/view/2222

 

Zunshine, Lisa. “I Know What You’re Thinking, Mr. Darcy!” Getting Inside Your Head: What Cognitive Science Can Tell Us about Popular Culture. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins UP, 2012. 20-43.

 

 

4. Selected Dissertations

 

Azam, Fatima Faraz. “The Manipulative Nature of Letters in 19th Century British Texts with a Focus on Austen and Wilde.” MA thesis. Georgetown U, 2012. ProQuest (2012): item 1509228. Web. http://search.proquest.com/docview/1012771212

 

Ballard, Kristan Shannon. “Feminist Comedy in the Long Eighteenth Century.” Diss. U of Houston, 2012. ProQuest (2012): item 3535620. Web. An exploration of the extent to which the arguments of radical feminist philosophers like Mary Wollstonecraft helped set the terms of conservative feminist comic writers like Hannah Cowley, Elizabeth Inchbald, Frances Burney, and Jane Austen. http://search.proquest.com/docview/1288035375

 

Chan, Mary Ming-Ching. “The Architectural Subject: Space, Character, and Gender in Four Eighteenth-Century Domestic Novels.” Diss. U of Alberta, 2012. ProQuest (2012): item NR89376. Web. Discusses Mansfield Park. http://search.proquest.com/docview/1151847288

 

Combs, Shelley M. “A Humor of Their Own: Feminist Humor in the Works of Jane Austen, Elizabeth Gaskell, Caroline Kirkland, and Marietta Holley.” Diss. Saint Louis U, 2012. ProQuest (2012): item 3514498. Web. http://search.proquest.com/docview/1029493309

 

Cox, Laura Elizabeth. “Happily Ever After? Redefining Womanhood and Marriage in Nineteenth-Century Novels.” MA thesis. U of Arkansas, 2012. ProQuest (2012): item 1509536. Web. Jane Austen, Elizabeth Gaskell, Charlotte Brontë, and Henry James challenged patriarchal conventions and assumptions by redefining womanhood and marriage in their novels, particularly by breaking from the traditional marriage ending. http://search.proquest.com/docview/1013854421

 

DeBlassie, Maria. “From the Philosophical Wanton to the Respectable Lady: Rewriting the Female Intellectual’s Moral, Sexual, and Political Identities in the Courtship Novel, 1790-1850.” Diss. U of Washington, 2012. ProQuest (2012): item 3521646. Web. http://search.proquest.com/docview/1039557787

 

Forest, Natalie S. “Sister Texts: The Anxieties of Adapting Jane.” MA thesis. Trent University (Canada), 2012. ProQuest (2012): item MR89165. Web. http://search.proquest.com/docview/1180443858

 

Gaches, Sheri. “Whist, Quadrilles, and Social Hierarchy: Pride and Prejudice as a Game.” MA thesis. U of Central Oklahoma, 2012. ProQuest (2012): item 1531997. Web. http://search.proquest.com/docview/1284161706

 

Hagopian Berry, Katherine. “Dark Matters: Gothic Landscape and Women’s Writing in the 19th and 20th Century British Novel.” Diss. U of North Carolina at Greensboro, 2012. ProQuest (2012): 3511052. Web. Discusses the gothic novels by Ann Radcliffe and Mary Shelley, the gothic moments and spaces in Jane Austen and Charlotte Brontë, and culminates in an examination of Virginia Woolf’s Orlando. http://search.proquest.com/docview/1018548694

 

Halvorson, Cheri Yvonne. “Behind the Comedy Mask: The Function of Incongruous Humor in the Works of Behn, Austen, and Gaskell.” MA thesis. California State U, Fresno, 2012.

 

Hodges, Amy Michelle. “Performing Literacy: How Women Read the World in the Late Eighteenth-Century British Novel.” Diss. U of Arkansas, 2012. ProQuest (2012): item 3522698. Web. The fourth chapter is on Northanger Abbey. http://search.proquest.com/docview/1037814565

 

Hoffman, Courtney A. “‘I Ought to Feel It’: The Ideology and Affect of Sensibility in Burney, Austen, and Wollstonecraft.” MA thesis. Georgetown U, 2012. ProQuest (2012): item 1509034. Web. http://search.proquest.com/docview/1012361480

 

Horn, Dashielle. “‘An Early Loss of Bloom’: Spinsters, Old Maids, and the Marriage Market in Persuasion.” MA thesis. Lehigh U, 2012. ProQuest (2012): item 1511591. Web. http://search.proquest.com/docview/1021185183

 

Hufendick, Thomas. “Interior Spaces: Privacy and Virtue from the Time of Sarah Scott to Jane Austen.” MA thesis. U of Colorado at Boulder, 2012. ProQuest (2012): item 1511981. Web. http://search.proquest.com/docview/1021727333

 

LaPlant, Becka R. “Conscience and Virtue, Self-Deceit and Vice: Concepts from Bishop Joseph Butler’s Moral Psychology in Jane Austen’s Mansfield Park.” Diss. Florida State U, 2012. ProQuest (2012): item 3519340. Web. http://search.proquest.com/docview/1034453588

 

Levin, Adam. “Renegotiating Literary Culture in Contemporary Film Adaptations of Jane Austen’s Mansfield Park and Emma.” MA thesis. U of the Witwatersrand, 2012. Web. http://wiredspace.wits.ac.za//handle/10539/11996

 

Preston, Anne Marie. “Language of Control and the Marriage Plot in Emma and Jane Eyre.” MA thesis. Iowa State U, 2012. ProQuest (2012): item 1512218. Web. http://search.proquest.com/docview/1022180557

 

Wajsberg, Jefffrey. “Jane Austen’s Free Indirect Style: A Linguistic Ethnography.” MA thesis. U of British Columbia, 2012. Web. https://circle.ubc.ca/handle/2429/40337

 

Young, Heather Beth. “‘Too Much Satire in Their Veins’: Swift, Austen, and the Transformation of Genre.” Diss. Catholic U of America, 2012. ProQuest (2012): item 3508887. Web. http://search.proquest.com/docview/1018548694

 

 

5. Popular Culture

 

Aares, Pamela. Jane Austen and the Archangel. [Author], 2012.

 

Adams, Aimee E. Affairs of the Heart: The First Twelve Years. [Author], 2012. A Jane Austen-inspired novel that begins where Pride and Prejudice ends.

 

Aiken, Joan. Lady Catherine’s Necklace. 2000. London: Jonathan Cape, 2012.

 

Altman, Marsha. Georgiana and the Wolf: Pride and Prejudice Continues, Vol. 6. [Author]: Laughing Man, 2012.

 

_____. The Knights of Derbyshire: Pride and Prejudice Continues, Vol. 5. [Author]: Laughing Man, 2012.

 

Ambrose, Elaine, and A. K. Turner. “Jane Austen: A Sensible Prejudice for Spruce Beer.” Drinking with Dead Women Writers. Eagle, ID: Mill Park, 2012. 17-20.

 

Aminadra, Karen. Charlotte: Pride and Prejudice Continues. [Author]: Carriage, 2012.

 

Andi, Beverley. Searching for Mr. Darcy. [Author], 2012.

 

Armstrong, Amy, and Jane Austen. Pride and Prejudice: A Clandestine Classic. Lincoln, UK: Total-E-Bound, 2012.

 

Avery, Aimée, June Williams, and Enid Wilson. Honor and Integrity: A Collection of Pride and Prejudice-Inspired Short Stories. [Authors], 2012.

 

Avila, Elaine. Jane Austen, Action Figure and Other Plays. Fwd. Ted Gregory. Afterword Kathleen Weiss. [South Gate, CA]: NoPassport, 2012.

 

Ayers, John D. Mr. Darcy Parries Forth in Love. [Author], 2012.

 

Benneton, Nina. Compulsively Mr. Darcy. Naperville: Sourcebooks, 2012.

 

Bianchi, Moira. Friendship of a Special Kind: A Novel Inspired by Pride and Prejudice, Mr. Darcy and His Everlasting Appeal. [Author], 2012.

 

Blackburn, Ticia. Jane Austen’s Rules of Romance: The Necessary Refinements and Situations for the Successful Procurement of the Marriageable Man. Illus. Diane Keane. [Author], 2012.

 

Briggs, Laura, and Sarah Burgess. Dear Miss Darcy: A Modern Regency Romance. [Authors], 2012.

 

Burnett, Jean. The Bad Miss Bennet: A Pride and Prejudice Novel. New York: Pegasus, 2012.

 

Butler, Nancy, adapt. Emma. By Jane Austen. Illus. Janet Lee. New York: Marvel Comics, 2012. Collects all five issues in one volume.

 

_____. Northanger Abbey. By Jane Austen. Illus. Janet Lee. New York: Marvel Comics, 2012. Collects all five issues in one volume.

 

Caldwell, Jack. The Three Colonels: Jane Austen’s Fighting Men. Naperville: Sourcebooks, 2012.

 

Cecil, Amy. Pride and Prejudice: A Royal Disposition. [Author], 2012.

 

Christie, Kate, and Jane Austen. Gay Pride and Prejudice. Seattle: Second Growth, 2012.

 

Connelly, Victoria. Dreaming of Mr. Darcy. Naperville: Sourcebooks, 2012.

 

Cox, Karen M. Find Wonder in All Things. Oysterville, WA: Meryton, 2012. A modern romance inspired by Persuasion.

 

Curzon, Daniel. Saving Jane Austen. San Francisco: IGNA, 2012.

 

De Jong, Cornelis. A Writer in the Making—A Novel: The Margaret Dashwood Story. [Author], 2012.

 

Dixon, P. O. Bewitched, Body and Soul: Miss Elizabeth Bennet. [Author], 2012.

 

_____. Matter of Trust: The Shades of Pemberley. [Author], 2012.

 

Dryden, Robert G. Jane Austen for Beginners. Illus. Joe Lee. Danbury, CT: For Beginners, 2012.

 

Elliott, Anna. Georgiana Darcy’s Diary, Vol. 1. [Author]: Wilton, 2012.

 

_____. Pemberley to Waterloo: Georgiana Darcy’s Diary, Vol. 2. [Author]: Wilton, 2012.

 

Fields, Jan, adapt. Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice. Illus. Eric Scott Fisher. Edina, MN: Magic Wagon, 2012. Calico Illustrated Classics, for grades 3-5.

 

Ford, Michael Thomas. Jane Vows Vengeance: A Novel. New York: Ballantine, 2012.

 

Fox, Annie. Pride and Prejudice: Notes and Activities. Oxford: Oxford UP, 2012. Oxford Literature Companions.

 

Gonschior, Linda. Reflections. Oysterville, WA: Meryton, 2012. A modern take on Pride and Prejudice.

 

Goodnight, Alyssa. Austentatious. New York: Kensington, 2012.

 

Grace, Maria. Darcy’s Decision: Given Good Principles, Vol. 1. [Author]: Good Principles, 2012.

 

_____. The Future Mrs. Darcy: Given Good Principles, Vol. 2. [Author]: Good Principles, 2012.

 

Grange, Amanda. Dear Mr. Darcy: A Retelling of Pride and Prejudice. New York: Berkley, 2012.

 

Grange, Amanda, and Jacqueline Webb. Pride and Pyramids: Mr. Darcy in Egypt. Naperville: Sourcebooks, 2012.

 

Hale, Shannon. Midnight in Austenland: A Novel. New York: Bloomsbury, 2012.

 

Harrison, Cora. Jane Austen Stole My Boyfriend. Illus. Susan Hellard. London: Macmillan Children’s, 2012.

 

Hooton, Amanda. Finding Mr. Darcy: Jane Austen’s Guide to Dating for the Modern Girl. Sydney: Pan Macmillan, 2012.

 

Izzo, Kim. The Jane Austen Marriage Manual. New York: St. Martin’s, 2012.

 

James, Jenni. Northanger Alibi. Brigham City, UT: Inkberry, 2012. Jane Austen Diaries.

 

_____. Persuaded. Brigham City, UT: Inkberry, 2012. Jane Austen Diaries.<

 

James, Syrie. The Missing Manuscript of Jane Austen. New York: Berkley, 2012.

 

Jane Austen Knits. Loveland, CO: Interweave, 2012. Summer and Fall special issues.

 

Jeffers, Regina. The Disappearance of Georgiana Darcy: A Pride and Prejudice Mystery. Berkeley: Ulysses, 2012.

 

Johanson, Kirsti. Chawton Cottage Collection: A Book of Armchair Travels with Jane Austen’s Characters through Words and Stitches. [Author], 2012.

 

Jory, Jon, adapt. Persuasion: A Romance. By Jane Austen. New York: Playscripts, 2012.

 

Kantor, Elizabeth. The Jane Austen Guide to Happily Ever After. Washington, D.C.: Regnery, 2012.

 

_____. “Why Jane Austen Would Approve of Online Dating.” USA Today 2 May 2012: 7a.

 

Kasius, Jennifer. Jane Austen: The Complete Novels in One Sitting. Philadelphia: Running Press, 2012.

 

Kiely, Tracy. Murder Most Austen: A Mystery. New York: Minotaur, 2012.

 

King, Huxley, adapt. “Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen.” The Graphic Canon, Vol. 2, from “Kubla Khan” to the Brontë Sisters to The Picture of Dorian Gray. Ed. Russell Kick. New York: Seven Stories, 2012. 18-26.

 

Luscombe, Tim, adapt. Jane Austen’s Mansfield Park. London: Oberon, 2012.

 

Mackrory, KaraLynne. Falling for Mr. Darcy. Oysterville, WA: Meryton, 2012.

 

Marshall, Helen. “The Book of Judgement.” Hair Side, Flesh Side. Toronto: Chizine, 2012. 170-82. A short story about Jane Austen.

 

_____. “Sanditon.” Hair Side, Flesh Side. Toronto: Chizine, 2012. 29-58. A short story about Jane Austen.

 

Massey, Beth. Goodly Creatures: A Pride and Prejudice Deviation. [Author], 2012.

 

Moore, Constance, ed. Jane Austen on Love and Romance. New York: Skyhorse, 2012.

 

Munsil, Janet, adapt. Pride and Prejudice: A Play. By Jane Austen. Victoria, BC: Missing Page, 2012.

 

Nazarian, Vera. Pride and Platypus: Mr. Darcy’s Dreadful Secret. Highgate Center, VT: Norilana, 2012.

 

Nixon, Lauren. The Complete World of Jane Austen: An Illustrated Guide. Cambridge: Worth, 2012.

 

_____. The Jane Austen Miscellany. Stroud: History Press, 2012.

 

Oaks, Diana J. One Thread Pulled: The Dance with Mr. Darcy. [Author]: White Soup, 2012.

 

Odiwe, Jane. Searching for Captain Wentworth: Who Was Jane Austen’s Real Captain Wentworth? [Author]: Paintbox, 2012.

 

O’Rourke, Sally Smith.Yours Affectionately, Jane Austen. [Author]: Victorian Essence, 2012.

 

Paynter, Jennifer. The Secret Life of Mary Bennet: Pride, Prejudice and the Forgotten Sister. Camberwell, Austral.: Penguin, 2012.

 

Petkus, Jennifer. My Particular Friend: A Charlotte House Affair, Vol. 1. [Author]: Mallard, 2012. Six stories inspired by the creations of Arthur Conan Doyle and Jane Austen.

 

Reynolds, Abigail. Mr. Darcy’s Refuge. [Author]: White Soup, 2012.

 

Rodi, Robert. Bitch in a Bonnet: Reclaiming Jane Austen from the Stiffs, the Snobs, the Simps and the Saps. Lexington, KY: [Author], 2012. Vol. 1 discusses Sense and Sensibility, Pride and Prejudice, and Mansfield Park.

 

Rowson, Martin. The Limerickiad Vol. 2, From John Donne to Jane Austen. Middlesbrough: Smokestack, 2012.

 

Rushton, Rosie. Whatever Love Is. London: Piccadilly, 2012. Jane Austen in the 21st Century. A modern take on Mansfield Park.

 

Santika, Prima. Three Weddings and Jane Austen. Jakarta: Gramedia, 2012. A novel in Indonesian.

 

Saucier, Colette L. Pulse and Prejudice. Murfreesboro, TN: Secret Cravings, 2012.

 

Scents and Sensibility. Screenplay by Jennifer Jan and Brittany Wiscombe. Dir. Brian Brough. Perf. Ashley Williams, Marla Sokoloff, Nick Zano, and Brad Johnson. 2011. SunWorld, 2012. DVD.

 

Schamberger, DeDe. Mr. Darcy’s Mistake: A Variation on Pride and Prejudice. [Author], 2012.

 

Silver, Lelia M. An Unlikely Duet. [Author]: Silver Summer, 2012. A return to Pemberley five years after Pride and Prejudice.

 

Simonsen, Mary Lydon. Darcy Goes to War: A Pride and Prejudice Re-Imagining. [Author]: Quail Creek, 2012.

 

_____. Mr. Darcy Bites Back: A Pride and Prejudice Re-Imagining. [Author]: Quail Creek, 2012.

 

Simpson, Leah, adapt. Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen: Lifehouse Theater on the Air. Prod. Wayne R. Scott. Dir. Bethany Schwartzkopf. Redlands, CA: LifeHouse / InspiredImaginations, 2012. Audio CD of the Lifehouse Theater on the Air dramatized production.

 

Smith, Amy Elizabeth. All Roads Lead to Austen: A Yearlong Journey with Jane. Naperville: Sourcebooks, 2012.

 

Smith, Lori. The Jane Austen Guide to Life: Thoughtful Lessons for the Modern Woman. Guilford, CT: Skirt!, 2012.

 

Smith, Rebecca. Jane Austen’s Guide to Modern Life’s Dilemmas. Lewes, UK: Ivy, 2012.

 

Solender, Elsa. Jane Austen in Love: An Entertainment. [Author], 2012.

 

Southard, Scott D. A Jane Austen Daydream. [Author]: John Lynch Digital, 2012.

 

St. Andish, Riley. Irony and Influence: A Presumptive Tale of Pride and Prejudice. [Author], 2012.

 

St. Claire, Sophie. Mary King: Sequel to Pride and Prejudice, a Graphic Novel. [Author], 2012. Includes all five parts previously published separately.

 

_____. Mary King: Sequel to Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice, Part III. [Author]: Inspirations, 2012. A graphic novel.

 

_____. Mary King: Sequel to Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice, Part IV. [Author]: Inspirations, 2012. A graphic novel.

 

_____. Mary King: Sequel to Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice, Part V. [Author]: Inspirations, 2012. A graphic novel.

 

Truesdale, Kimberly. My Dear Sophy: A Sophia Wentworth Novel Inspired by Jane Austen’s Persuasion. [Author]: Toast and Tea, 2012.

 

Wade, Virginia. The Filthy Classics: A Modern, Erotic Adaptation of Jane Austen. [Author], 2012.

 

Waldock, Sarah. Jane and the Bow Street Runner. [Author], 2012. Three novellas with Jane Fairfax Churchill as a Bow Street consultant.

 

Wang, Jack, and Holman Wang. Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice. Vancouver: Simply Read, 2012. A Cozy Classics board book.

 

Ward, Eucharista, and Jane Austen. The Watsons Revisited: A Continuation of Austen’s The Watsons. Denver: Outskirts, 2012.

 

Wasylowski, Karen V. Sons and Daughters. [Author]: 2012. Darcy and Fitzwilliam, Bk. 2.

 

Webb, Brenda J. Mr. Darcy’s Forbidden Love. [Author], 2012.

 

Webster, Chris. The Colonel. [Author], 2012. About Colonel Brandon.

 

Wegner, Ola. The Final Reason: A Tale of Pride and Prejudice. [Author], 2012.

 

_____. No Other Way: A Tale of Pride and Prejudice. [Author], 2012.

 

Wells, Linda. Imperative, Vol. 1: A Tale of Pride and Prejudice. [Author], 2012.

 

_____. Imperative, Vol. 2: A Tale of Pride and Prejudice. [Author], 2012.

 

Whelchel, Lewis. Dearly Beloved. Oysterville, WA: Meryton, 2012. Inspired by Pride and Prejudice.

 

Wilkin, D. W. Jane Austen and Ghosts. [Author]: Regency Assembly, 2012.

 

Winslow, Shannon. For Myself Alone: A Jane Austen Inspired Novel. [Author]: Heather Ridge Arts, 2012.

 

Woolsey, Steffany. A Jane Austen Devotional. Nashville: Nelson, 2012.

 

 

Notes on the Jane Austen Bibliography, 2012:

 

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.

 

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 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.”

 

8. 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.

 

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.

 

I welcome any comments, suggestions, additions, or corrections.  Please email me at books@bygonebooksvermont.com or jasnavermont@gmail.com.

 

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