No. 37, 2015

CONTENTS

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

AGM 2O15: LOUISVILLE: LIVING IN JANE AUSTEN’S WORLD

Children Writing in Jane Austen’s Time
Christine Alexander and Juliet McMaster

13-28

“The Holders of Hay & the Masters of Meadows”: Farmers in Jane Austen’s World
Linda Slothouber

29-42 

Village Life in Jane Austen’s World: The View from the Parsonage
Sara Bowen

43-61

Making Sense of Sensibility
Inger Sigrun Brodey

62-80

Character and Caricature: Jane Austen and James Gillray
Rachel M. Brownstein

81-93

Jane Austen, the Prince of Wales, and John Thorpe
Jocelyn Harris

94-105

Achieving an “Air of Decided Fashion”: How Austen’s Ladies Adapted the Latest from London
Alden O’Brien

106-118

Past the Bloom: Aging and Beauty in the Novels of Jane Austen
Stephanie Eddleman

107-133

No Happy Ending? At Home with Miss Bates in Georgian England
Amanda Vickery

134-151

Reading at Godmersham: Edward’s Library and Marianne’s Books
Gillian Dow

152-162

MISCELLANY

“Aunt Jane Began Her Day with Music”: Austen and the Female Amateur
Linda Zionkowski
and Mimi Hart

165-185

Jane Austen’s World: Jane Austen’s Words
Elaine Bander

186-197

“Very Knowing Gigs”: Social Aspiration and the Gig Carriage in Jane Austen’s Works
Aoife Byrne

198-207

Amatory Gifts in Sense and Sensibility
Lauren Wilwerding

208-217

“The World Is Not Their’s”: The Plight of Jane Fairfax in Emma
Patrick McGraw

218-225

Close Writing and Close Reading in Emma
Anthony Domestico

226-236

“This Peace”: Naval Homecoming and Domestic Reintegration in Persuasion
Grace E. Miller

237-243

Franco and Austen: Three 1945 Translations of Northanger Abbey and Their Gender Components
Isis Herrero López

244-254

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