No. 34, 2012

CONTENTS

Message from the President
Iris Lutz
7-8
Editor’s Note
Susan Allen Ford
9-10

AGM 2O12: NEW YORK CITY: SEX, MONEY AND POWER IN JANE AUSTEN’S FICTION

Imagining Jane Austen
Anna Quindlen

13-24

Neither Sex, Money, nor Power: Why Elizabeth Finally Says “Yes!”
Elaine Bander

25-41 

Sex and the Senses
Juliet McMaster

42-56

“Where Does Discretion End, and Avarice Begin?” The Mercenary and the Prudent in Austen
Marilyn Francus

57-70

Lady Susan and Other Widows: Merry, Mercenary, or Mean
Maggie Lane

71-82

Power in Mansfield Park: Austen’s Study of Domination and Resistance
Marcia McClintock Folsom

83-98

Meditating Much upon Forks: Manners and Manner in Austen’s Novels
Mary Ann O’Farrell

99-110

Power and Freedom in Jane Austen’s Novels
Cornel West

111-118

MISCELLANY

“There She Is at Last”: The Byrne Portrait Controversy
Deborah Kaplan

121-133

Jane Austen and the Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge
Jocelyn Harris

134-139

“A ‘Said He’ or a ‘Said She’”: Speech Attribution in Austen’s Fiction
Anne Toner

140-149

The Ethos of Humor: A Study of the Narrator in Northanger Abbey
Tiffany Niebuhr

150-156

John Willoughby, Luxury Good: Sense and Sensibility’s Economic Curriculum
Shannon Chamberlain

157-163

Rethinking Marianne Dashwood’s Very Strong Resemblance to Eliza Brandon
Bonnie G. Nelson

164-178

Sunday in the Park with Elinor Dashwood: “So Public a Place”
Laurie Kaplan

179-200

Darcy’s Intentions: Solving a Narrative Puzzle in Pride and Prejudice
Leo Rockas

201-206

“Not Handsome Enough”: Faces, Pictures, and Language in Pride and Prejudice
Teri Campbell

207-221

Austen’s Fanny Price, Grateful Negroes, and the Stockholm Syndrome
Anne K. Mellor and Alex L. Milsom

222-235

“Wentworth, a Barber at Oxford”: Adapting Columella for Persuasion
Susan Allen Ford

236-244

Discovering an Unknown Austen: Persuasion in the Nineteenth Century
Marie Nedregotten SØrbØ

245-254

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