No. 36, 2014

CONTENTS

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

AGM 2O14: MONTRÉAL: MANSFIELD PARK IN MONTRÉAL: CONTEXTS, CONVENTIONS, AND CONTROVERSIES

A History of the Fanny Wars
Linda Troost and Sayre Greenfield

15-33

Textual Controversies: Editing Mansfield Park
Peter Sabor

34-43 

Fanny Price and the Family Profiles
Kristen Miller Zohn

44-53

Becoming Fanny Bertram: Adoption in Mansfield Park
Tess O’Toole

54-65

Female Difficulties: Austen’s Fanny and Burney’s Juliet
Juliet McMaster

66-79

“For Her Price Is Far above Rubies”: Choosing a Wife in Mansfield Park
Anita Soloway

80-88

Habit and Reimagining Female Identity in Mansfield Park
Daniel Mangiavellano

89-99

Fanny’s Future, Mary’s Nightmare: Jane Austen and the Clergyman’s Wife
Sara Bowen

100-116

“So Ended a Marriage”
Sheryl Craig

117-135

Mansfield Park and the Moral Empire
Robert Clark

136-150

The Noise in Mansfield Park
Lynn Festa

151-164 

MISCELLANY

Jane Austen’s Short Lexicon of Fine Names
Margie Burns

167-180

The Exertion of Your Perverted Abilities”: Lady Susan and Mary Robinson’s The Widow
Stephanie Russo

181-191

Why “Willoughby”? Formality and Familiarity of Address in Austen
Christina Denny

192-201

Meaningful Gazes: Looking at Narrative in Chapter 15 of Pride and Prejudice
Sarah Williams

202-210

The Book of Proverbs in Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice
Song Cho

211-213

Exit Strategies: Jane Austen, Marriage, and Familial Escape
Danielle Barkley

214-222

Breeding and Inbreeding in Mansfield Park
Sally B. Palmer

223-231

A Clergyman Is Nothing”: A Present-Day Clergyman Delivers a Riposte to Mary Crawford
Michael Kenning

232-238

“He Is a Rogue of Course, But a Civil One”: John Murray, Jane Austen, and Lord Byron
Christine Kenyon Jones

239-254

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