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Volume 27, No. 2

Summer 2007


What do the re-imaginings of Pride and Prejudice tell us about our changing ways of looking at Austen’s novels? Or about our changing needs for stories that are the same and not the same? And how does Joe Wright’s Pride & Prejudice reframe, through both words and moving images, Austen’s classic text? We devote this special issue of Persuasions On-Line to answering these questions and the many others that film adaptations, by their very nature, raise.

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Contents

FROM EVERY WINDOW . . . BEAUTIES

DOMESTIC FELICITY IN SO UNUSUAL A FORM

HIGH ANIMAL SPIRITS, OR IN A WAY TO BE VERY MUCH IN LOVE

SUCH DAYS AS THESE

WHAT AN AMIABLE LIGHT


EDITOR


Susan Allen Ford
Delta State University

CO-EDITOR


Jen Camden
University of Indianapolis

EDITORIAL BOARD


Elaine Bander
Dawson College

Inger Sigrun Brodey
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Julia Prewitt Brown
Boston University

Edward Copeland
Pomona College

Celia A. Easton
State University of New York at Geneseo 

 

Jan Stockton Fergus
Lehigh University

Laurie Kaplan
George Washington University England

Juliet McMaster
University of Alberta

Susan Morgan
Miami University of Ohio

Laura Mooneyham White
University of Nebraska-Lincoln