No. 31, 2009

CONTENTS

Message from the President 7-8
Editor’s Note 9-10

AGM 2009 PHILADELPHIA: JANE AUSTEN’S BROTHERS AND SISTERS IN THE CITY OF BROTHERLY LOVE

Brothers of the More Famous Jane: The Literary Aspirations, Achievements, and Influence of James and Henry Austen
Maggie Lane

13-32

Brotherly and Sisterly Dedications in Jane Austen’s Juvenilia
Peter Sabor

33-46 

Lady Susan, Individualism, and the (Dys)functional Family
William Galperin

47-58

Sisterly Chat
John Mullan

59-68

“Rivalry, Treachery between sisters!” Tensions between Brothers and Sisters in Austen’s Novels
Jan Fergus

69-88

“If you donít marry my sister you will mortally offend me”: Sibling Matchmakers
Juliet McMaster

89-101

“Exactly what a brother should be”? The Failures of Brotherly Love
Susan Allen Ford

102-114

The Influence of Naval Captain Charles Austen’s North American Experiences on Persuasion and Mansfield Park
Sheila Johnson Kindred

115-129

Frances Burney’s The Wanderer, Jane Austen’s Persuasion, and the Cancelled Chapters
Jocelyn Harris

130-144

Artistic Names in Austen’s Fiction: Cameo Appearances by Prominent Painters
Janine Barchas

145-162

Elegance and Simplicity: Jane Austen and Wedgwood
Linda Slothouber

163-172

MISCELLANY

Identifying Jane Austen’s “Boarding-school”: A Proposed Author for The Governess; or, the Boarding School Dissected
Arden Hegele

175-179

The Austens and Student Journalism of the 1780s and 90s
Li-Ping Geng

180-190

“A Long Letter Upon a Jacket and Petticoat”: Reading Beneath Some Deletions in the Manuscript of Catharine, or The Bower
Jenny McAuley

191-98

The Awful Memorials of an Injured and Ill-fated Nun: The Source of Catherine Morland’s Gothic Fantasy
Sheila Graham-Smith

199-208 

Revisiting Northanger Abbey at Chawton
Elaine Bander

209-221

Darcy and Emma: Austen’s Ironic Meditation on Gender
Leee Overmann

222-235

Emma and “the children in Brunswick Square”
Laurie Kaplan

236-247

News and Newspapers: Readers of the Daily Press in Jane Austen’s Novels
Nikki Hessell

248-254

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