No. 32, 2010

CONTENTS

Message from the President
Marsha Huff

9-10

Editor’s Note
Susan Allen Ford

11-12

AGM 2010 PORTLAND: JANE AUSTEN AND THE ABBEY: MYSTERY, MAYHEM, AND MUSLIN

“A surmise of such horror”: Catherine Morland’s Imagination
Juliet McMaster

15-27

Northanger Abbey, French Fiction, and the Affecting History of the Duchess of C***
Gillian Dow

28-45 

Reading Mysteries at Bath and Northanger
Elaine Bander

46-59

Suspicious Characters, Red Herrings, and Unreliable Detectives: Elements of Mystery in Jane Austen’s Northanger Abbey
Stephanie Barron

60-67

Henry Tilney: Austen’s Feminized Hero?
Stephanie M. Eddleman

68-77

“A forward, bragging, scheming race”: Comic Masculinity in Northanger Abbey
Kathy Justice Gentile

78-89

“Let me go, Mr. Thorpe; Isabella, do not hold me!”: Northanger Abbey and the Domestic Gothic
Miriam Rheingold Fuller

90-104

From Sublime Abbey to Picturesque Parsonage: The Aesthetics of Northanger Abbey and The Mysteries of Udolpho
Elisabeth Lenckos

105-114

The Real Bluebeard of Bath: A Historical Model for Northanger Abbey
Janine Barchas

115-134

“I was tempted by a pretty coloured muslin”: Jane Austen and the Art of Being Fashionable
Mary Hafner-Laney

135-143

Northanger Abbey: Money in the Bank
Sheryl Craig

144-153

“The Probability of Some Negligence”: Avoiding the Horror of the Absent Clergyman
Celia A. Easton

154-164

MISCELLANY

Jane Austen beside the Seaside: An Introduction
Brian C. Southam

167-172

Jane Austen and the Labor of Leisure
Peter W. Graham

173-183

Jane Austen’s Miniature “Novel”: Gender, Politics, and Form in The Beautifull Cassandra
John C. Leffel

184-195

Sense and Sensibility: 3 or 4 Country Families in an Urban Village
Laurie Kaplan

196-209

“There is a great deal in Novelty”: The Pleasures of The Watsons
Jan Fergus and Elizabeth Jane Steele

210-223

Jane Austen, Frances Sheridan, and the Ha-Ha: A New Affiliation for Mansfield Park
Anne Toner

224-231

Isabelle de Montolieu Reads Anne Elliot’s Mind: Free Indirect Discourse in La Famille Elliot
Adam Russell

232-247

Another Lady’s Proposal: “Sea-Bathing at Sanditon”
Eric Schonblom

248-254

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Online edition published October, 2013.

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