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Jane Austen Bibliography, 2014

A FEW WORDS ON FORMAT: the Bibliography has five sections:

 

      1. Austen Editions:  original works, under Austen if no extensive annotation or editing is involved, otherwise under the editor’s name

      2. Austen Circle:  original works/editions by and about Austen family members and friends

      3. Austen Studies:  biographical, critical, and interpretive works

      4. Dissertations:  a select, rather than exhaustive, list of works specifically on Austen

      5. Popular Culture:  sequels, continuations, mash-ups, films, merchandise, etc.

Explanatory notes are at the end of the document.

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1. Austen Editions

  • Austen, Jane. ArtFolds: Love: Sense and Sensibility. White Plains: Studio Fun, 2014. ArtFolds Classic Editions.
  • _____. Emma. Introd. Andrew Motion. London: Vintage, 2014. Vintage Classics. 
  • _____. Jane Austen: Complete Novels. Introd. Katie Halsey. New York: Anthem. 2014. Ebook edition. Includes all six novels and Lady Susan
  • _____. Jane Austen: The Complete Novels. London: Penguin, 2014. Boxed set. 
  • _____. Love and Freindship: And Other Youthful Writings. Ed. Christine Alexander. Illus. Coralie Bickford-Smith. London: Penguin, 2014. Clothbound Classics. 
  • _____. Mansfield Park. Introd. Amanda Vickery. London: Vintage, 2014. Vintage Classics. 
  • _____. Northanger Abbey. Introd. P. D. James. London: Vintage, 2014. Vintage Classics. 
  • _____. Northanger Abbey. Introd. Val McDermid. London: HarperCollins, 2014. 
  • _____. Persuasion. Haslet, TX: Park Plum Press, 2014. A miniature edition, in 2 volumes. 
  • _____. Persuasion. Introd. Lynn Truss. London: Vintage, 2014. Vintage Classics. 
  • _____. Pride and Prejudice. Introd. Alexander McCall Smith. London: Vintage, 2014. Vintage Classics. 
  • _____. Sense and Sensibility. Introd. Francesca Segal. London: Vintage, 2014. Vintage Classics. 
  • _____. Volume the First: In Her Own Hand. Introd. Kathryn Sutherland. New York: Abbeville, 2014.  A facsimile of the first volume of the juvenilia, first published in 2013 by the Bodleian Library; includes a transcription of the text. 
  • _____. Volume the Second: In Her Own Hand. Introd. Kathryn Sutherland. New York: Abbeville, 2014.  A facsimile of the second volume of the juvenilia; includes a transcription of the text. 
  • _____. Volume the Third: In Her Own Hand. Introd. Kathryn Sutherland. New York: Abbeville, 2014.  A facsimile of the third volume of the juvenilia; includes a transcription of the text. All three volumes available as a set. 
  • Nixon, Pippa, Jamie Parker, and Amanda Root, narr.  Pride and Prejudice. By Jane Austen. London: BBC/Blackstone, 2014. CD. Radio 4 dramatization, abridged.
  • Wolfson, Susan J., ed. Northanger Abbey: An Annotated Edition. By Jane Austen. Cambridge: Belknap-Harvard UP, 2014.

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2. Austen Circle 

  • Barker, Catherine. “Jane’s Aunt and Uncle: The Leigh-Perrots.” Austentations 14 (2014): 45-48. Originally published on the JASA website. 
  • Brand, Emily. “Husband Hunting.”  JARW 70 (2014): 12-17. About Philadelphia Austen, Jane Austen’s aunt. 
  • Dunning, Ron. “An Austen Relation in the War of 1812-14.”  Austentations 14 (2014): 49-50. 
  • Grover, Christine. “Pride, Prejudice, and the Threat to Edward Knight’s Inheritance.” Persuasions On-Line 35.1 (2014). Web. 
  • Huff, Marsha. “Broughton Castle and the Leigh Family.”  JAS Report (2014): 27-29. 
  • James, Syrie. “Jane’s First Love?”  JARW 70 (2014): 32-37. About Edward Taylor. 
  • Joice, Marilyn. “Who was ‘Morton’s Wife’?”  JAS Report (2014): 40-45. 
  • Lane, Maggie. “Elizabeth Inchbald.”  JAS Report (2014): 50-58. 
  • _____. “Mary Russell Mitford.”  JARW 68 (2014): 32-36. How Russell’s life intersects with Jane Austen’s. 
  • Lefroy, Jeremy. “Jane Austen’s ‘Beloved Friend,’ Anne Lefroy.”  Transactions 25 (2014): 23-30. 
  • Slothouber, Linda. “Edward, Francis and Turning: A Pastime Strengthens Links to Family and Society.” JAS Report (2014): 18-22. 
  • Smyth, Alfred. “Glorious Godmersham.”  JARW 69 (2014): 30-36. 
  • Spence, Jon. “Mrs. Austen’s Letter from Stoneleigh Abbey to Mary Lloyd.” Austentations 14 (2014): 7-11. 
  • Stephens, Chris. The Reverend Dr. Thomas Sedgwick Whalley and the Queen of Bath:  A True Story of Georgian England at the Time of Jane Austen. Cardiff: Candy Jar, 2014. 
  • Stott, Philip. “Did Jane Austen Meet William Wilberforce?”  Austentations 14 (2014): 3-6. 
  • Thomson, Karen. “A Treasured Possession: Jane Austen and the Chandos Letter.” Persuasions On-Line 35.1 (2014). Web. 
  • Viveash, Chris. “A Retraction and a Scandal.”  JAS Report (2014): 23-26.  The convoluted tale of Edward Nares’s book inscription to a “Miss Austen.” 
  • Wilson, Margaret. “Mr. Jefferson’s Tunbridge Academy.”  Austentations 14 (2014): 12-14. 
  • _____. “Two Scandals in the Honywood Family.”  JAS Report (2014): 30-36.

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3. Austen Studies

  • Anand, Sweta.  The Crisis of Female Identity in the Novels of Jane Austen and Shashi Deshpande: A Comparative Study.” Varanasi: Kala Prakashan, 2014.  Originally presented as the author’s Ph.D. thesis from Patna University.
  • Anderson, Kathleen. “The ‘Ordination’ of Fanny Price:  Female Monasticism and Vocation in Mansfield Park.” Persuasions On-Line 35.1 (2014). Web.
  • Ashfaq, Samina. “Self-Deception vs. Self-Realization.”  Dialogue 9.1 (2014): 87-96. Also on the Web.  Discusses Elizabeth and Darcy in Pride and Prejudice. http://www.qurtuba.edu.pk/thedialogue/The%20Dialogue/9_1/Dialogue_January_March2014_87-96.pdf.
  • Ashfaq, Samina, and Nasir Jamal Khattak.  “Dilemma of Class Classification in Austen’s Pride and Prejudice.” Putaj Humanities and Social Sciences 21.1 (2014): 33-40.
  • Aslinger, Ben. “Clueless about Listening Formations?”  Cinema 53.3 (2014): 126-31.
  • Augustyn, Adam, ed. Authors of the 19th Century. New York: Britannica/Rosen, 2014. See chapter on Jane Austen. For grades 9-12.
  • Baker, Amy. “Caught in the Act of Greatness:  Jane Austen’s Characterization of Elizabeth and Darcy by Sentence Structure in Pride and Prejudice.” Explicator 72.3 (2014): 169-78.
  • Bander, Elaine, comp. A Commonplace Book for Fanny Price. Ed. Susan Allen Ford. Montreal: Hartfield Editions, 2014. Printed for the 2014 JASNA AGM. Also on the web.
  • _____. “Fanny Price and Lord Nelson: Rethinking the National Hero(ine).” Persuasions On-Line 35.1 (2014). Web.
  • Barkley, Danielle. “Exit Strategies: Jane Austen, Marriage, and Familial Escape.” Persuasions 36 (2014): 214-22.
  • Barlow, Angela. “On Lovers’ Vows.” JAS Report (2014): 59-66.
  • Barnum, Deborah. “Jane Austen Bibliography, 2013.” Persuasions On-Line 35.1 (2014). Web.
  • Bates, Denise. “Breach of Promise.”  JARW 67 (2014): 38-42.
  • Benis, Toby R. “Making the Modern Fan: Readerships and Aesthetics in Austen Studies.”   Studies in the Novel 46.4 (2014): 507-10. A review of three recent works on Austen.
  • Bennett, Jackie. “Jane Austen at Godmersham and Chawton.”  The Writer’s Garden: How Gardens Inspired Our Best-Loved Authors. Illus. Richard Hanson. London: Frances Lincoln, 2014. 10-19.
  • Bertelsen, Lance. “Spontaneous Composite Portraits of Jane Austen.” Persuasions On-Line 35.1 (2014). Web.
  • Bialosky, Jill. “Jane Austen.” Kenyon Review 36.2 (2014): 48-50. A poem.
  • Biddiss, Michael. “Jane Austen (1775-1817) and the Cultural History of Health.” Journal of Medical Biography 22.3 (2014): 155-63.
  • Bladen, Victoria. “Landscape and Mansfield Park.” Sensibilities 48 (2014): 25-40.
  • Bochman, Svetlana. “Conforming Rebels and Rebellious Conformists:  Shared Comic Style in Jane Austen and Oscar Wilde’s Marriage Satire.” Victorian 2.3 (2014): 1-26.
  • Booth, Naomi. “Feeling Too Much: The Swoon and the (In)Sensible Woman.” Women’s Writing 21.4 (2014): 575-91.  A discussion of Henry Mackenzie’s The Man of Feeling and Austen’s Sense and Sensibility.
  • Bowen, Sara. “Fanny’s Future, Mary’s Nightmare: Jane Austen and the Clergyman’s Wife.”  Persuasions 36 (2014): 100-16.
  • Brantley, Ben. “In Austen and Chekhov, a Test of Versatility.”  New York Times 27 Nov. 2014: C1+.
  • Bray, Joe. “From First to Third: Austen and Epistolary Style.” The Epistolary Novel: Representation of Consciousness. 2003. New York: Routledge, 2014. 108-31.
  • Brodey, Inger Sigrun Bredkjaer. “Avenues, Parks, Wilderness, and Ha-Has:  The Use and Abuse of Landscape in Mansfield Park.” Folsom and Wiltshire 175-89.
  • Brodsky, Claudia J. “Austen: The Persuasions of Sensibility and Sense.”  The Imposition of Form: Studies in Narrative Representation and Knowledge. 1987.  Princeton: Princeton UP, 2014. Princeton Legacy Library.
  • Brody, Paul. The Jane Austen Encyclopedia. Anaheim: BookCaps, 2014.  A guide to Jane Austen: includes a biography, study guides, historical notes, character overviews, and plot summaries for the novels and the minor works; each guide was published separately in 2013.
  • Bromberg, Pamela. “Mansfield Park: Austen’s Most Teachable Novel.”  Folsom and Wiltshire 60-69.
  • Brown, James. “Jane Austen’s Mental Maps.”  Critical Survey 26.1 (2014): 20-41.
  • Brown, Jessica. “‘So Much Novelty and Beauty’:  Persuasion and the Spacious Aesthetic of Restraint.”  Duquette and Lenckos 179-92.
  • Brown, Julia Prewitt. “Questions of Interiority:  From Pride and Prejudice to Mansfield Park.” Folsom and Wiltshire 116-22.
  • Brown, Marshall. “Emma’s Depression.”  Studies in Romanticism 53.1 (2014): 3-29.
  • Bujak, Nick. “Form and Generic Interrelation in the Romantic Period:  Walter Scott’s Poetic Influence on Jane Austen.”  Narrative 22.1 (2014): 45-67. Focuses on Mansfield Park.
  • Bullamore, Tim. “Dear Deirdre: Interview with Deirdre Le Faye.”  JARW 69 (2014): 24-28.
  • Burns, Margie. “Jane Austen’s Short Lexicon of Fine Names.”  Persuasions 36 (2014): 167-80.
  • Butler, Ed. “Letter to the Editor: Examining the Rice Portrait.”  TLS 25 July 2014: 6.  Letter in response to the Foster/Sutherland article in the TLS of 6 July 2014.
  • Byrd, Paul. “A Distracted Seminarian:  The Unsuccessful Reformation of Edmund Bertram.” Persuasions On-Line 35.1 (2014). Web.
  • Byrne, Paula. “Jane Austen’s Mansfield Connection.”  Belle: The Slave Daughter and the Lord Chief Justice. New York: HarperCollins, 2014. 241-51.
  • Byrne, Sandie. Jane Austen’s Possessions and Dispossessions. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2014.
  • Caine, Barbara. “Taking up the Pen: Women and the Writing of Friendship.” Friendship: A History. Ed. Barbara Caine. 2009. New York: Routledge, 2014. 215-22.  Critical Histories of Subjectivity and Culture. This chapter is about Austen.
  • Cano-López, Marina. “The Outlandish Jane:  Austen and Female Identity in Victorian Women’s Magazines.”  Victorian Periodicals Review 47.2 (2014): 255-73.
  • Capitani, Diane. “Augustinian Aesthetics in Austen’s World: God as Artist.”  Duquette and Lenckos 193-204.
  • Carroll, Laura. “Mansfield Park’s Textual Metamorphoses.”  Folsom and Wiltshire 70-82.
  • Carver, Christi R. “Channeling Jane Austen: How It Helped Me Become a Better Psychotherapist.”  Journal of Psychosocial Nursing and Mental Health Services 52.8 (2014): 45-48.
  • Chawton House Library. Female Spectator 18.1-4 (2014).  Ed. Gillian Dow, Sandy White, Stephen Bygrave, and Josje Siemensma [varies with issue].  Alton, UK: Chawton House Library, 2014.
  • Chesterton, G. K. “Jane Austen.” Chesterton Review 40.1-2 (2014): 25-31.  Reprint of Chesterton’s essay originally published in 1929.
  • Cho, Song. “The Book of Proverbs in Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice.” Persuasions 36 (2014): 211-13.
  • Cho, Sonjeong.  “The Marriage Plot and Its Discontents:  Choreographies of Erotic Subjectivity in Jane Austen.”  An Ethics of Becoming: Configurations of Feminine Subjectivity in Jane Austen, Charlotte Brontë, and George Eliot. 2006. New York: Routledge, 2014. 47-97.
  • Clark, Robert. “Mansfield Park and the Moral Empire.”  Persuasions 36 (2014): 136-50.
  • Cohen, Monica F. “The Price of a Maxim: Plausibility in Fanny’s Happy Ending.” Folsom and Wiltshire 90-96.
  • Coldwell, Andrea. “Imagining Future Janeites:  Young Adult Adaptations and Austen’s Legacy.” Persuasions On-Line 35.1 (2014). Web.
  • Colón, Christine. “Exploring Literature’s Transformative Power: Jane Austen, Joanna Baillie, and the Aesthetics of Moral Development.” Duquette and Lenckos 115-30. 
  • Cooper, Liz Philosophos. “The Making of Mansfield Park.” JARW 67 (2014): 2-5.
  • Craig, Sheryl. “‘So Ended a Marriage.’” Persuasions 36 (2014): 117-35.
  • Dabundo, Laura. “Reading Aloud in Mansfield Park.” Folsom and Wiltshire 202-07.
  • Davenport, Alice. “An Adaptable Aesthetic: Eighteenth-Century Landscape, Anne Radcliffe, and Jane Austen.” Duquette and Lenckos 97-114.
  • Davidson, Jenny. “The Acoustical Elegance of Aphorism:  Kafka, Fielding, Austen, Flaubert.”  Reading Style: A Life in Sentences. New York: Columbia UP, 2014. 35-54.
  • _____. “Jane Austen and the Conditions of Knowledge.”  A Companion to British Literature, Vol. 3. Chichester, UK: Wiley, 2014. 298-311.
  • Davies, Rebecca. “Jane Austen’s Didactic Maternity.”  Written Maternal Authority and Eighteenth-Century Education in Britain: Educating by the Book. Burlington: Ashgate, 2014. 129-45. 
  • Davis, Kathryn. “‘The First Soldier [She] Ever Sighed for’:  Charles Pasley’s Essay and the ‘Governing Winds’ of Mansfield Park.” Persuasions On-Line 35.1 (2014). Web.
  • Denny, Christina. “‘Delighted with the Portsmouth Scene’:  Why Austen’s Intimates Admired Mansfield Park’s Gritty City.” Persuasions On-Line 35.1 (2014). Web.
  • _____. “Why ‘Willoughby’? Formality and Familiarity of Address in Austen.”  Persuasions 36 (2014): 192-201.
  • Dooley, Gillian. “‘No Moral Effect on the Mind’: Music and Education in Mansfield Park.” JAS Report (2014): 67-72.
  • Dow, Gillian. “Jane, the Subscriber.”  JARW 68 (2014): 38-43.
  • _____. “Translation, Cross-Channel Exchanges and the Novel in the Long Eighteenth Century.”  Literature Compass 11.11 (2014): 691-702.
  • Downie, J. A. “The Chronology of Mansfield Park.” Modern Philology 112.2 (2014): 427-34.
  • Draxler, Bridget. “Teaching Jane Austen in Bits and Bytes:  Digitizing Undergraduate Archival Research.” Persuasions On-Line 34.2 (2014). Web.
  • Duke, Jennifer. “Inside Pemberley.”  JARW 68 (2014): 49-52.
  • Duquette, Frederick, and Natasha Duquette. “‘Delicacy of Taste’ Redeemed:  The Aesthetic Judgment and Spiritual Formation of Austen’s Clergyman-Heroes.” Duquette and Lenckos 205-24.
  • Duquette, Natasha, and Elisabeth Lenckos, eds.  Jane Austen and the Arts: Elegance, Propriety, and Harmony. Bethlehem: Lehigh UP, 2014, c2013. Essays are individually cited.
  • Elliott, Dorice Williams. “Gifts Always Come with Strings Attached:  Teaching Mansfield Park in the Context of Gift Theory.” Folsom and Wiltshire 50-59.
  • Emsley, Sarah. “The Tragic Action of Mansfield Park.” Folsom and Wiltshire 164-74.
  • Emsley, Sarah, and Sheila Johnson Kindred.  “Among the Proto-Janeites:  Reading Mansfield Park for Consolation in Halifax, Nova Scotia, in 1815.” Persuasions On-Line 35.1 (2014). Web.
  • Erickson, Amy Louise. “Mistresses and Marriage: or, a Short History of the Mrs.” History Workshop Journal 78.1 (2014): 39-57. Cites “Mrs. John Dashwood” in Sense and Sensibility as the first example of the “Mrs. Man” form of address. 
  • Esteves Pereira, Margarida. “Austenmania, or the Female Biopic as Literary Heritage.” Adaptation, Intermediality and the British Celebrity Biopic. Ed. Márta Minier and Maddalena Pennacchia. Burlington: Ashgate, 2014. 115-27.
  • Faflak, Joel. “Jane Austen and the Persuasion of Happiness.” Romanticism and the Emotions. Ed. Joel Faflak and Richard C. Sha. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2014. 98-123. 
  • Farr, Jason S. “Sharp Minds/Twisted Bodies: Intellect, Disability, and Female Education in Frances Burney’s Camilla.” Eighteenth Century: Theory and Interpretation 55.1 (2014): 1-17. Discusses Persuasion
  • Festa, Lynn. “The Noise in Mansfield Park.” Persuasions 36 (2014): 151-64. 
  • Finch, Jonathan. “Entangled Landscapes and the ‘Dead Silence’? Humphry Repton, Jane Austen and the Upchers of Sheringham Park, Norfolk.” Landscape Research 39.1 (2014): 82-99. 
  • Fluck, Winfried. “Lionel Trilling, Jane Austen, and American Literature.” Modes and Facets of the American Scene: Studies in Honor of Cristina Giorcelli. Ed. Dominique Marçais. Palermo, It.: ILA Palma, 2014. 223-36. 
  • Folsom, Marcia McClintock, and John Wiltshire, eds. Approaches to Teaching Austen’s Mansfield Park. New York: Modern Language Association of America, 2014. Essays are cited individually. 
  • Ford, Susan Allen. “‘Assisting the Improvement of Her Mind’: Chapone’s Letters as Guide to Mansfield Park.” Persuasions On-Line 35.1 (2014). Web. 
  • _____. “Reading with Mansfield Park’s Readers.” Folsom and Wiltshire 143-54. 
  • Foster, Henrietta, and Kathryn Sutherland. “Brimful of Tricks: The Rice Portrait: An Alternative Provenance.” TLS 6 July 2014: 14. Also on the Web. http://kousibei.net/:/www.the-tls.co.uk/tls/public/article1432026.ece
  • _____. “Letter to the Editor: The Rice Portrait.” TLS 5 Sept. 2014: 6. In response to Butler above. 
  • François, Anne-Lise. “Passing Judgment, Conceding Perfection: Third-Person Narration and Versions of the Cavellian Secular.” Stanley Cavell and the Event of Romanticism. Ed. Eric Lindstrom. July 2014. Romantic Circles Praxis Series. Web. Discusses Emma, Mansfield Park, and Sense and Sensibility. http://www.rc.umd.edu/praxis/cavell/praxis.cavell.2014.francois.html
  • Francus, Marilyn. “The Monstrous Mothers of Mansfield Park.” Persuasions On-Line 35.1 (2014). Web. 
  • Fricke, Christel. “The Challenges of Pride and Prejudice: Adam Smith and Jane Austen on Moral Education.” Adam Smith and Moral Sentiments. Spec. issue of Revue Internationale de Philosophie 269 (2014): 343-72. Also on the Web. http://www.christelfricke.no/sites/christelfricke.no/files/challenges-pride-prejudice.pdf
  • Friday, Penelope. “Is Sappho Hiding?” JARW 72 (2014): 40-44. Lesbian subtexts in Austen’s novels. 
  • _____. “A Queer Novel.” JARW 70 (2014): 46-50. Gender portrayal in Northanger Abbey
  • Friedman, Emily C. “‘Bad Smells’ and ‘Fragrance’: Reading Mansfield Park through the Eighteenth-Century Nose.” Persuasions On-Line 35.1 (2014). Web. 
  • Fullerton, Susannah. “Mansfield Park: The Controversial Novel.” Sensibilities 49 (2014): 44. 
  • _____. “My Mansfield Journey.” JARW 71 (2014): 45-47.
  • Gay, Penny. “Jane Austen’s Stage.” The Oxford Handbook of the Georgian Theatre, 1737-1832. Ed. Julia Swindells and David Francis Taylor. Oxford: Oxford UP, 2014. 532-47. 
  • _____. “Understanding Mansfield Park through the Rehearsals for Lovers’ Vows.” Folsom and Wiltshire 155-63. 
  • Gevirtz, Karen. “Tidying as We Go: Constructing the Eighteenth Century through Adaptation in Becoming Jane, Gulliver’s Travels, and Crusoe.” Studies in Eighteenth-Century Culture 43.1 (2014): 219-37. 
  • Giffin, Michael. Jane Austen’s Religious Imagination: A Balance of Reason and Feeling. [Author], 2014, c2013. 
  • Giuffrè, Giulia. “Sex, Self and Society in Mansfield Park.” Sensibilities 49 (2014): 91-111. 
  • González-Díaz, Victorina. “‘I Quite Detest the Man’: Degree Adverbs, Female Language and Jane Austen.” Language and Literature 23.4 (2014): 310-30. 
  • Graham, Peter W. “Ambiguities of the Crawfords.” Folsom and Wiltshire 132-42. 
  • Grangé, Jérémie. La Destruction des Genres: Jane Austen et Madame d'Épinay. Paris: Honoré Champion, 2014. French text. 
  • Harris, Jocelyn. “Anna Letitia Barbauld, Jane Austen’s Unseen Interlocutor.” Anna Letitia Barbauld: New Perspectives. Ed. William McCarthy and Olivia Murphy. Lanham: Rowman and Littlefield/Bucknell UP, 2014. 237-57. 
  • _____. “Jane Austen and the Subscription List to Camilla (1796).” Persuasions On-Line 35.1 (2014). Web. 
  • Harrison, Mary-Catherine. “Reading the Marriage Plot.” Journal of Family Theory and Review 6:1 (2014): 112-31. Discusses Pride and Prejudice and Helen Fielding’s Bridget Jones’s Diary
  • Heffernan, James A. W. “Fielding to James: Domesticity, Mating, Power.” Hospitality and Treachery in Western Literature. New Haven: Yale UP, 2014. 202-51. Discusses Pride and Prejudice
  • Hinkel, Jolayne Johnson. Jane Austen’s Quietly Revolutionary Gifts. [Author]: Lone Hill, 2014. 
  • Hohé, Madelief, and Ileen Montijn. Romantische Mode: Mr. Darcy Meets Eline Vere. Zwolle: Waanders and De Kunst, 2014. Exhibition catalogue; an overview of fashion from the years 1800-1914 in the collection of the Gemeentemuseum, to include Jane Eyre, Eline Vere, Pride and Prejudice, and Downton Abbey. Dutch text. 
  • Holmes, Jeremy. “Society: Evelyn Waugh and Jane Austen.” The Therapeutic Imagination: Using Literature to Deepen Psychodynamic Understanding and Enhance Empathy. New York: Routledge, 2014. 89-107. 
  • Horner, Anne. “Slavery in the Park.” JARW 67 (2014): 16-20. 
  • Houghton-Walker, Sarah. “‘Place’ in Austen’s Emma: Englishness, Gypsies, and Harriet Smith.” Representations of the Gypsy in the Romantic Period. Oxford: Oxford UP, 2014. 155-85. 
  • Huff, Marsha. “Fanny’s Price.” JARW 67 (2014): 52-53. 
  • _____. “Slavery in the Park.” JARW 70 (2014): 26-30. 
  • Hunting, Kyra. “Furiously Franchised: Clueless, Convergence Culture, and the Female-Focused Franchise.” Cinema 53.3 (2014): 145-51. 
  • Hutchings, W. B. “Acting and Actions in Mansfield Park.” Transactions 25 (2014): 5-22.
  • Ieppert, Alice. “Can I Please Give You Some Advice? Clueless and the Teen Makeover.” Cinema 53.3 (2014): 131-37. 
  • Jager, Colin. “Wishing for Nothing: Emma and the Dissolution.” Unquiet Things: Secularism in the Romantic Age. Philadelphia: U of Pennsylvania P, 2014. 76-96. 
  • Jane Austen. Spec. issue of Critical Survey 26.1 (2014): 1-91. Essays are individually cited. 
  • Jane Austen Society. News Letter: The Jane Austen Society 42, 43 (2014). Ed. Maggie Lane and Mary Hogg. 
  • _____. Report for 2014 (2014). Ed. Maggie Lane and Mary Hogg. Essays are individually cited. 
  • Jane Austen Society (Kent Branch). Austentations 14 (2014). Ed. Averil Clayton. Select essays are individually cited. 
  • Jane Austen Society (Midlands Branch). Transactions 25 (2014). Ed. Dawn Thomas. Select essays are individually cited. 
  • Jane Austen Society (Northern Branch). Impressions (2014). Ed. Marilyn Joice. 
  • Jane Austen Society of Australia. JASA Chronicle (2014). Ed. Sue Green. 
  • _____. Sensibilities 48, 49 (2014). Ed. Joanna Penglase. Essays are individually cited. 
  • Jane Austen Society of North America. JASNA News 30.1-3 (2014). Ed. Sheryl Craig. 
  • _____. Persuasions: The Jane Austen Journal 36 (2014). Ed. Susan Allen Ford. Essays are individually cited. Table of Contents on the Web
  • _____. “Teaching Austen and Her Contemporaries.” Spec. issue of Persuasions: The Jane Austen Journal On-Line 34.2 (2014). Ed. Susan Allen Ford, Bridget Draxler, and Misty Krueger. Web. Essays are individually cited. 
  • _____. Persuasions: The Jane Austen Journal On-Line 35.1 (2014). Ed. Susan Allen Ford. Web. Essays are individually cited. 
  • Jane Austen’s Regency World [JARW]. Ed. Tim Bullamore. Bath: Lansdown, 2014. Issues 67-72. Austen-related articles are individually cited. 
  • Jarman, Monica. “Everyone’s Dear Jane: Classifying Austen Post Texts.” Sensibilities 48 (2014): 41-61. 
  • Jech, Alexander. “The Twofold Task of Union.” Ethical Theory and Moral Practice 17.5 (2014): 987-1000. Uses the conduct of Austen’s heroine Emma to illustrate his theory of union. 
  • Johns, Alessa. “Jane Austen the Stoic: Channeling Elizabeth Carter and the Bluestocking Ethos.” Women’s Writing 21.4 (2014): 444-63. 
  • Johnson, Claudia L. “Letter to the Editor: The Rice Portrait.” TLS 17 Oct. 2014.. Also on the Web. In response to Foster and Sutherland above. http://kousibei.net/:/www.the-tls.co.uk/tls/public/article1471168.ece (scroll down). 
  • Johnson, Merri Lisa, and Robert McRuer. “Introduction: Cripistemologies and the Masturbating Girl.” Journal of Literary and Cultural Disability Studies 8.3 (2014): 245-55. Begins with a discussion of Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick’s “Jane Austen and the Masturbating Girl” (1991). 
  • Jokic, Olivera. “Teaching to the Resistance: What to Do When Students Dislike Austen.” Persuasions On-Line 34.2 (2014). Web. 
  • Jones, Christine Kenyon. “In the Picture?” JARW 67 (2014): 22-26. Discusses the portrait of Elizabeth Murray and Dido Bell and its possible relationship to Mansfield Park
  • Jones, Gareth A. “Where’s the Capital? A Geographical Essay.” British Journal of Sociology 65.4 (2014): 721-35. Following Thomas Piketty’s book Capital in the Twenty-First Century, this essay examines Mansfield Park and the debate that Jane Austen ignored colonialism and slavery in her treatment of nineteenth-century Britain. The writings of Balzac, Zola, and Katherine Boo are also analyzed. 
  • Jones, Hazel. “A Creepmouse Bites.” JARW 71 (2014): 40-43. About Fanny Price. 
  • _____. Jane Austen’s Journeys. London: Robert Hale, 2014.
  • Kasmer, Lisa. “‘That Was Now the Home’: Nationalism and Imperialism in Mansfield Park.” Folsom and Wiltshire 216-22. 
  • Kelly, Maureen. “Tartan Jane.” JARW 71 (2014): 20-25. Jane Austen’s sympathy for Mary, Queen of Scots. 
  • Kennedy, Deborah. “Jane Austen’s Influence on Stephanie Meyer’s Twilight.” Duquette and Lenckos 131-48. 
  • Kenney, Theresa M. “Why Tom Bertram Cannot Die: ‘The Plans and Decisions of Mortals.’Persuasions On-Line 35.1 (2014). Web. 
  • Kenning, Michael. “‘A Clergyman Is Nothing’: A Present-Day Clergyman Delivers a Riposte to Mary Crawford.” Persuasions 36 (2014): 232-38. Also in the JAS Report (2014): 73-82. 
  • _____. “Mansfield Park and Northamptonshire.” JAS Report (2014): 46-49. 
  • Kenyon-Jones, Christine. “‘He is a Rogue of Course, But a Civil One’: John Murray, Jane Austen, and Lord Byron.” Persuasions 36 (2014): 239-54. 
  • Kerr, Matthew P. M. “A ‘First Return to the Sea’ in Persuasion.” Essays in Criticism 64.2 (2014): 180-201. 
  • Knuth Klenck, Deborah J. “Samuel Johnson and the Morality of Mansfield Park.” Folsom and Wiltshire 190-201. 
  • König, Eva. “Jane Austen’s Emma, the Arch-Imaginist.” The Orphan in Eighteenth-Century Fiction: The Vicissitudes of the Eighteenth-Century Subject. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2014. 101-12. 
  • _____. “Taking Farewell: Jane Austen’s Persuasion.” The Orphan in Eighteenth-Century Fiction: The Vicissitudes of the Eighteenth-Century Subject. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2014. 225-41. 
  • Krueger, Misty. “Teaching Jane Austen’s Northanger Abbey as a ‘Crossover’ Text.” Persuasions On-Line 34.2 (2014). Web. 
  • Kruger, Daniel J., Maryanne L. Fisher, Sarah L. Strout, Shana’e Clark, Shelby Lewis, and Michelle Wehbe. “Pride and Prejudice or Family and Flirtation? Jane Austen’s Depiction of Women’s Mating Strategies.” Philosophy and Literature 38.1A (2014): A114-28. 
  • Kukkonen, Karin. “Quixotic Reasoning: Counterfactuals, Causation and Literary Storyworlds.” Paragraph: A Journal of Modern Critical Theory 37.1 (2014): 47-61. A discussion of the treatment of reading and education of the heroine in Northanger Abbey and in Eaton Stannard Barrett’s The Heroine
  • Laden, Anthony Simon. “Two Pictures: An Austenian Interlude.” Reasoning: A Social Picture. 2012. Oxford: Oxford UP, 2014. 138-44. 
  • Lambie, John. “Case Study IV: Sound Self-Awareness—Joseph Stalin versus Jane Austen.” How to Be Critically Open-Minded: A Psychological and Historical Analysis. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2014. 176-83. 
  • Lane, Maggie. “A Visit to Adlestrop.” JARW 69 (2014): 43-46. 
  • _____. “Dear Mary . . . .” JARW 67 (2014): 28-31. About Mansfield Park’s Mary Crawford. 
  • _____. Growing Older with Jane Austen. London: Robert Hale, 2014. 
  • _____. Jane Austen and Names. 2002. [N. p.]: Endeavor, 2014. Ebook edition reprint. 
  • _____. “Theft and Punishment.” JARW 71 (2014): 34-38. The darker elements of plot and language in Mansfield Park
  • Lawrence, Sandra. “Lizzie Bennet Tours the Peaks.” British Heritage Nov. 2014: 56-59. 
  • Le Faye, Deirdre. Jane Austen’s Country Life: Uncovering the Rural Backdrop to Her Life, Her Letters, and Her Novels. London: Frances Lincoln, 2014. 
  • Lehner, Karyn. “Suggestions of Desire in Horse Riding, Foxhunting, and Music Making in Mansfield Park.” Folsom and Wiltshire 83-89. 
  • Lenckos, Elisabeth. “Portrait of a Lady (Artist): Persuasion and Corinne.” Duquette and Lenckos 67-78. 
  • Lenos, Melissa, ed. “In Focus: Clueless—Introduction.” Spec. section of Cinema 53.3 (2014): 123-51. Essays are individually cited. 
  • Levy, Judith. “Austen’s Persuasion and the Comedy of Remarriage.” Partial Answers: Journal of Literature and the History of Ideas 12.2 (2014): 255-65. 
  • Libin, Kathryn. “Daily Practice, Musical Accomplishment, and the Example of Jane Austen.” Duquette and Lenckos 3-20. 
  • Liu, Yan. “The Prosperity of English Literary Criticism in Multicultural Contexts: Jane Austen’s Ideas on Kinships in Emma in the Perspective of Ethical Literary Criticism.” Theory and Practice in Language Studies 4.3 (2014): 636-40. Also on the Web. http://ojs.academypublisher.com/index.php/tpls/article/viewFile/tpls0403636640/8820
  • Looser, Devoney. “Discovering Jane Austen in Today’s College Classroom.” Persuasions On-Line 34.2 (2014). Web. 
  • _____. “Jane Austen, Feminist Icon.” Los Angeles Review of Books 20 Jan. 2014. Web. https://lareviewofbooks.org/essay/jane-austen-feminist-icon
  • Lourembam, Dhanamanjuri. Comedy of Manners in Jane Austen’s Novels. New Delhi: Ruby, 2014. 
  • Loscocco, Paula. “‘You Do Not Know Me’: Reformation and Rights in Mansfield Park.” Folsom and Wiltshire 223-32. 
  • Lupton, Christina. “Contingency, Codex, the Eighteenth-Century Novel.” ELH 81.4 (2014): 1173-92. Discusses the works of Laurence Sterne, Henry Fielding, Jane Austen, and Friedrich Nicolai.
  • Madaki, Rebecca Kenseh, and Zeng Li. “The Wandering Jew in Novels of Jane Austen: The Pursuit of an Organic Whole in Romanticism.” International Journal of Applied Linguistics and English Literature 3.5 (2014). Web. http://www.journals.aiac.org.au/index.php/IJALEL/article/view/1132
  • Mai, Robert. “To Forgive Is Divine—and Practical, Too.” Persuasions On-Line 35.1 (2014). Web. 
  • Makdisi, Saree. “Domineering over Others: Occidentalism, Empire, Moral Virtue.” Making England Western: Occidentalism, Race, and Imperial Culture. Chicago: U of Chicago P, 2014. 133-50. A discussion of Mansfield Park
  • Mallory, Anne. “Understanding Fanny Price: Close Reading Early Scenes.” Folsom and Wiltshire 123-31. 
  • Mandal, Anthony, and B. C. Southam. The Reception of Jane Austen in Europe. 2007. London: Bloomsbury, 2014. 
  • Mangiavellano, Daniel R. “Habit and Reimagining Female Identity in Mansfield Park.” Persuasions 36 (2014): 89-99. 
  • Mann, Barbara Alice. The Cooper Connection: The Influence of Jane Austen on James Fenimore Cooper. New York: AMS, 2014. 
  • Massei, Marie-Laure. “Noms, Étiquette(s) et Identités dans Persuasion, de Jane Austen.” [Names, Labels/Etiquette and Identities in Persuasion]. Cahiers Victoriens et Édouardiens 79 (2014). Web. French text. https://cve.revues.org/1232
  • McClay, David. “‘A Rogue of Course, But a Civil One’: John Murray and the Publication of Jane Austen.” JAS Report (2014): 109-22. 
  • McDonald, Kelly M. “‘A Reputation for Accomplishment’: Marianne Dashwood and Emma Woodhouse as Artistic Performers.” Duquette and Lenckos 21-36. 
  • McMaster, Juliet. “Female Difficulties: Austen’s Fanny and Burney’s Juliet.” Persuasions 36 (2014): 66-79. 
  • Merriman, Jan. “Conduct in Mansfield Park.” Sensibilities 49 (2014): 57-70. 
  • Mikulan, Krunoslav, and Vladimir Legac. “The ‘Dual Voice’ of Free Indirect Discourse: A Reading Experiment with Croatian Speakers Reading a Literary Text in English and Croatian.” Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences 158 (2014): 214-21. The text for the experiment is Pride and Prejudice. Also on the Web. http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1877042814061709
  • Miles, Robert. “Mansfield Park and the News.” Persuasions On-Line 35.1 (2014). Web. 
  • Mirmohamadi, Kylie. The Digital Afterlives of Jane Austen: Janeites at the Keyboard. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2014. 
  • Mohammed, Najlaa Hosny Ameen. “Regulated Hatred in Sense and Sensibility (1811) and Persuasion (1816) by Jane Austen.” International Journal of Literature and Arts 2.4 (2014): 110-22. 
  • Molesworth, Jesse. “Gothic Time, Sacred Time.” Modern Language Quarterly 75.1 (2014): 29-55. Discusses Northanger Abbey
  • Monteiro, Belisa. “Jane Austen’s Comic Heroines and the Controversial: Pleasures of Wit.” Duquette and Lenckos 79-96. 
  • Moore, Serena. “Inside the Language of Mansfield Park.” JAS Report (2014): 83-99. 
  • Müller, Wolfgang G. “Ironie bei Jane Austen.” Wer lacht, zeigt Zähne: Spielarten des Komischen. [Who Laughs, Showing Teeth: Varieties of the Comic]. Ed. Johann N. Schmidt, Felix C. H. Sprang, and Roland Weidle. Trier, Ger.: Wissenschaftlicher Verlag Trier, 2014. 239-48. German text. 
  • Mulvey-Roberts, Marie. “Mashing Up Jane Austen: Pride and Prejudice and Zombies and the Limits of Adaptation.” Irish Journal of Gothic and Horror Studies 13 (2014): 17-37. Web. http://irishgothichorrorjournal.homestead.com/IJGHS_Issue__13.pdf
  • Murphy, Gretchen. “Revising the Law of the Mother in the Adoption-Marriage Plot.” Nineteenth-Century Literature 69.3 (2014): 342-65. Discusses Mansfield Park and other novels in which an outsider is first adopted by and then later marries into a family. 
  • Nelles, William. “Jane’s Brains: Austen and Cognitive Theory.” Interdisciplinary Literary Studies 16.1 (2014): 6-29. 
  • Nelson, James. “Odd Complaints and Doubtful Conditions: Norms of Hypochondria in Jane Austen and Catherine Belling.” Journal of Bioethical Inquiry 11.2 (2014): 193-200. 
  • Newman, Emily L. “Illustrating Elizabeth Bennet and Mr. Darcy: Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice.” Journal of Illustration 1.2 (2014): 233-56. 
  • Nigro, Jeffrey. “‘Favourable to Tenderness and Sentiment’: The Many Meanings of Mary Crawford’s Harp.” Persuasions On-Line 35.1 (2014). Web. 
  • _____. “The Sister Artist: Cassandra Austen’s Portraits of Jane Austen in Art Historical Context.” Duquette and Lenckos 47-66. 
  • Nijhawan, Amita. “Of Snake Dances, Overseas Brides, and Miss World Pageants: Frolicking through Gurinder Chadha’s Bride and Prejudice.” The Oxford Handbook of Dance and the Popular Screen. Ed. Melissa Blanco Borelli. New York: Oxford UP, 2014. 378-89. 
  • Normandin, Shawn. “Jane Austen’s Epistolarity.” ANQ: A Quarterly Journal of Short Articles, Notes and Reviews 27.4 (2014): 158-65. 
  • Nowicki, Wojciech. “Ambivalence and Ambiguity in Jane Austen’s Northanger Abbey.” Expanding the Gothic Canon: Studies in Literature, Film and New Media. Ed. Anna Kedra-Kardela and Andrzej Slawomir Kowalczyk. Frankfurt: Peter Lang, 2014. 73-85. 
  • Oliveira, Rita. “Jane Austen Studies 2014.” JAS Report (2014): 105-08. 
  • O’Meara, Jennifer. “‘We’ve Got to Work on Your Accent and Vocabulary’: Characterization through Verbal Style in Clueless.” Cinema 53.3 (2014): 138-45. 
  • O’Rourke, James. “What Never Happened: Social Amnesia in Sense and Sensibility.” SEL Studies in English Literature 1500-1900 54.4 (2014): 773-91. 
  • O’Toole, Tess. “Becoming Fanny Bertram: Adoption in Mansfield Park.” Persuasions 36 (2014): 54-65.
  • Page, Judith W., and Elise L. Smith. “‘Unbought Pleasure’: Gardening in Cœlebs in Search of a Wife and Mansfield Park.” Women, Literature, and the Domesticated Landscape: England’s Disciples of Flora, 1780-1870. 2011. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2014. 201-27. 
  • Palmer, Sally B. “Breeding and Inbreeding in Mansfield Park.” Persuasions 36 (2014): 223-31. 
  • Park, Jae Young. “Emma’s Anxiety: Keeping Dominant Social Control.” British and American Fiction to 1900 21.2 (2014): 181-201. 
  • Parker, Mike. “A Bequest that May Have Belonged to Jane.” JARW 69 (2014): 2-3. About a piano key. 
  • Parry, Sarah. “Mansfield Park vs. Sotherton Court: Social Status and the Slave Trade.” Persuasions On-Line 35.1 (2014). Web. 
  • Patterson, Amy. “Fast Times at Mansfield High.” JARW 67 (2014): 36. 
  • Penglase, Joanna. “The Elephant in the Room: Slavery and Mansfield Park.” Sensibilities 49 (2014): 71-90. 
  • Penglase, Joanna, and Amanda Jones. “The Austen Project.” Sensibilities 48 (2014): 62-75. 
  • Perkin, J. Russell. “Aesthetics, Politics, and the Interpretation of Mansfield Park.” Duquette and Lenckos 149-62. 
  • Posusta, Rebecca. “Architecture of the Mind and Place in Jane Austen’s Persuasion.” Critical Survey 26.1 (2014): 76-91. 
  • Pritchard, Penny. “Introduction.” Jane Austen. Spec. issue of Critical Survey 26.1 (2014): 1-2. A selection of papers from the “Locations of Austen” conference at the University of Hertfordshire July 11-13, 2013. Essays are individually cited. 
  • Raff, Sarah. Jane Austen’s Erotic Advice. Oxford: Oxford UP, 2014. 
  • Rampello, Liliana. Sei Romanzi Perfetti: Su Jane Austen. Milan: Saggiatore, 2014. Italian text. 
  • Rehn, Andrea. “‘Hastening Together to Perfect Felicity’: Teaching the British Gothic Tradition through Parody and Role-Playing.” Persuasions On-Line 34.2 (2014). Web. 
  • Richardson, Rebecca. “Dramatizing Intimacy: Confessions and Free Indirect Discourse in Sense and Sensibility.” ELH 81.1 (2014): 225-44. 
  • Rinaldi, Sergio, Fabio Della Rossa, and Pietro Landi. “A Mathematical Model of Pride and Prejudice.” Nonlinear Dynamics, Psychology, and Life Sciences 18.2 (2014): 199-211. Web. http://www.researchgate.net/publication/260373742_A_mathematical_model_of_‘pride_and_prejudice.’ 
  • Rodrigueza, E., M. Aguilar-Cornejoa, R. Femat, and J. Alvarez-Ramireza. “Scale and Time Dependence of Serial Correlations in Word-Length Time Series of Written Texts.” Physica A: Statistical Mechanics and its Applications 414 (2014): 378-86. Analyzes Alice in Wonderland (Lewis Carroll), Dracula (Bram Stoker), and Sense and Sensibility
  • Roston, Murray. “The ‘Inconvenience’ of Jane Austen.” Changing Perspectives in Literature and the Visual Arts, 1650-1820. 1990. Princeton: Princeton UP, 2014. 311-36. Princeton Legacy Library. 
  • Russell, Roslyn. “Maria Returns: Fictionalizing the Legacy of Slavery in Mansfield Park.” Sensibilities 49 (2014): 5-19. 
  • Russett, Margaret. “Persuasion, Mediation.” Studies in Romanticism 53.3 (2014): 417-33. 
  • Russo, Stephanie. “‘The Exertion of Your Perverted Abilities’: Lady Susan and Mary Robinson’s The Widow.” Persuasions 36 (2014): 181-91.
  • Sabor, Peter. “Textual Controversies: Editing Mansfield Park.” Persuasions 36 (2014): 34-43. 
  • Sanderson, Caroline. Jane Austen: Pocket Giants. Stroud, UK: History, 2014. 
  • Sandrawich, Chris. “Jane Austen’s Mansfield Park: [Thoughts on] Stoneleigh Abbey, Cottesbrooke Hall, Shakespeare, and Some of Mansfield Park’s Characters.” Transactions 25 (2014): 64-86. 
  • Schierenbeck, Daniel. “Teaching Two Janes: Austen and West in Dialogue.” Persuasions On-Line 34.2 (2014). Web. 
  • Schmidt, Michael. “Manners: Fanny Burney, Jane Austen.” The Novel: A Biography. Cambridge: Belknap-Harvard UP, 2014. 199-218. 
  • Schreiber, Michele. “Pragmatism vs. Sentimentality: Amelioration in the Postfeminist Cycle.” American Postfeminist Cinema: Women, Romance and Contemporary Culture. Edinburgh: Edinburgh UP, 2014. 55-82. Much on Jane Austen in this chapter. 
  • Sedgwick, Eve Kosofsky “Jane Austen and the Masturbating Girl.” Critical Inquiry 17.4 (1991): 818-37. Rpt. in Creative Criticism: An Anthology and Guide. Ed. Stephen Benson and Clare Connors. Edinburgh: Edinburgh UP, 2014. 
  • Smith, Erin. “Miss Bingley’s Walk: Jane Austen and the Aesthetics of Movement.” Duquette and Lenckos 37-46. 
  • Smith, Mavis E. “The Ordinary Soldier in the Napoleonic Wars: Fiction and Fact.” Transactions 25 (2014): 42-57. 
  • Smith, Rosalind. “‘The Stream of Communal Ideas’: Reading Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice and Fay Weldon’s Letters to Alice in Context.” Metaphor 3 (2014): 3-11. 
  • Soloway, Anita. “‘For Her Price Is Far above Rubies’: Choosing a Wife in Mansfield Park.” Persuasions 36 (2014): 80-88. 
  • Sørbø, Marie N. Irony and Idyll: Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice and Mansfield Park on Screen. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2014. 
  • Sorensen, Sue. “Jane Austen’s Church.” The Collar: Reading Christian Ministry in Fiction, Television, and Film. Cambridge: Lutterworth; Eugene, OR: Cascade, 2014. 148-51. 
  • Souter, Kay. “Mansfield Park and the Family: Love, Hate, and Sibling Relations.” Folsom and Wiltshire 105-15. 
  • Spencer, Susan. “What Jane Saw.” Eighteenth-Century Life 38.1 (2014): 93-101. A in-depth review of Janine Barchas’s website What Jane Saw [http://www.whatjanesaw.org/]. 
  • Spooner, Emma. “I Sing of the Sofa, of Cucumbers, and of Fanny Price: Mansfield Park and The Task; Or, Why Fanny Price is a Cucumber.” Persuasions On-Line 35.1 (2014). Web. 
  • _____. “Touring With Jane Austen.” Critical Survey 26.1 (2014): 42-58. 
  • Spratt, Danielle. “Taking Emma to the Street: Toward a Civic Engagement Model of Austen Pedagogy.” Persuasions On-Line 34.2 (2014). Web. 
  • Sprayberry, A. Marie. “Fanny Price as Fordyce’s Ideal Woman? And Why?Persuasions On-Line 35.1 (2014). Web. 
  • Stovel, Nora Foster. “Modernizing Mansfield Park at the Millennium: Reconsidering Patricia Rozema’s Film Adaptation.” Persuasions On-Line 35.1 (2014). Web. 
  • Sullivan, Margaret C. Jane Austen Cover to Cover: 200 Years of Classic Covers. Philadelphia: Quirk, 2014. 
  • Sutherland, Kathryn. “From Kitty to Catharine: James Edward Austen’s Hand in Volume the Third.” Review of English Studies 66.273 (2015): 124-43. Published on the Web Sept. 1, 2014. http://res.oxfordjournals.org/content/66/273/124.short?rss=1
  • _____. “The Pride and Prejudice Effect; or, ‘She Fixed His Eyes upon Herself’: Elizabeth Bennet as Tourist.” Sensibilities 48 (2014): 5-24. 
  • Suzuki, Mika. “Sharing One’s Story and ‘A Faithful Narrative of Every Event.’” Critical Survey 26.1 (2014): 59-75. Explores one of Austen’s narrative techniques, how her characters tell of and write on their past. 
  • Szamuely, Helen. “Parody, Pastiche and Presentism in Mystery Fiction: Sherlock Holmes, Lord Peter Wimsey and the Immortal Jane.” Mysteries Unlocked: Essays in Honor of Douglas G. Greene. Ed. Curtis Evans. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2014. 276-85. A discussion of P. D. James’s Death Comes to Pemberley
  • Taylor, Megan. “Jane Austen and ‘Banal Shakespeare.’” Eighteenth-Century Fiction 27.1 (2014): 105-25. 
  • Thomason, Laura E. “Afterword: From Clarissa Harlowe to Elizabeth Bennet.” The Matrimonial Trap: Eighteenth-Century Women Writers Redefine Marriage. Lanham: Rowman and Littlefield/Bucknell UP, 2014. 153-62. Transits: Literature, Thought and Culture. Brief references to Austen and Pride and Prejudice
  • Tieken-Boon van Ostade, Ingrid. In Search of Jane Austen: The Language of the Letters. New York: Oxford UP, 2014. 
  • _____. “‘To My Dearest Sister Cassandra’: An Analysis of Jane Austen’s Will.” English Studies 95.3 (2014): 322-41. 
  • Toia, Elaine. “‘Till This Moment, I Never Knew Myself’: Developing Consciousness and Character in Pride and Prejudice and The Portrait of a Lady.” International Journal of Literary Humanities 11.3 (2014): 49-58. 
  • Toner, Anne. “Landscape as Literary Criticism: Jane Austen, Anna Barbauld and the Narratological Application of the Picturesque.” Critical Survey 26.1 (2014): 3-19. 
  • Townsend, Penny. “Austen and the Bard.” JARW 72 (2014): 47-50. 
  • Townsend, Terry. Jane Austen’s Hampshire. Wellington: Halsgrove, 2014. 
  • Trepanier, Lee. “Marriage and the Marketplace in Jane Austen’s Emma and Mansfield Park.” The Free Market and the Human Condition: Essays on Economics and Culture. Ed. Lee Trepanier. London: Lexington, 2014. 61-82. 
  • Trollope, Anthony. “Trollope on Jane Austen.” An Autobiography and Other Writings. Ed. Nicholas Shrimpton. Oxford: Oxford UP, 2014. 231-32. 
  • Trollope, Joanna. “Stepping into Jane’s Shoes.” JARW 68 (2014): 19-22. Originally published in The Mail on Sunday. Concerns Trollope’s Sense and Sensibility re-write. 
  • Troost, Linda, and Sayre Greenfield. “A History of the Fanny Wars.” Persuasions 36 (2014): 15-33. 
  • Trunel, Lucile. “Les Premières Éditions Françaises de Jane Austen dans les Collections de la BNF.” Revue de la Bibliothèque Nationale de France 46.1 (2014): 61-69. French text. 
  • Vandersluis, Melora G. “Reflections on Mirrors: Jane Austen, Jean Jacques Rousseau, and Socio-Politics.” Duquette and Lenckos 163-78. 
  • Vasconcelos, Sandra Guardini Teixeira. “O Gume da Ironia em Machado De Assis e Jane Austen.” Machado de Assis em Linha 14 (2014): 145-62. Portuguese text. 
  • Viveash, Chris. “Emma and the Hobbits.” JAS Report (2014): 37-39. 
  • _____. “What Passing Bells?” Austentations 14 (2014): 42-43. Readers of Jane Austen during WWI. 
  • Voskuil, Lynn. “Mansfield Park and the Pedagogy of Geography.” Folsom and Wiltshire 208-15. 
  • Vranjes, Vlasta. “Jane Austen, Lord Hardwicke’s Marriage Act, and the National Courtship Plot.” CLIO: A Journal of Literature, History, and the Philosophy of History 43.2 (2014): 197-223. 
  • Vredenburgh, Joan. “Of Sailors and Soldiers.” JARW 67 (2014): 45-51. Jane Austen’s preference for the Navy over the Army.
  • Wainwright, Valerie. “Jane Austen’s Challenges, or the Powers of Character and the Understanding.” Philosophyand Literature 38.1 (2014): 58-73. 
  • Walker, Eric C. “Austen and Cavell.” Stanley Cavell and the Event of Romanticism. Ed. Eric Lindstrom. July 2014. Romantic Circles Praxis Series. Web. http://www.rc.umd.edu/praxis/cavell/praxis.cavell.2014.walker.html.
  • Walshe, Natalie. “The Importance of Servants in Jane Austen’s Novels.” Persuasions On-Line 35.1 (2014). Web. 
  • Warnke, Georgia. “Hermeneutics and Social Identity.” New Literary History: A Journal of Theory and Interpretation 45.4 (2014): 575-94. Discusses Mansfield Park
  • Waxman, Olivia B. “Jane Austen Got Misspelled as ‘Jane Austin’ during Miss America.” Time 15 Sept. 2014: 1. 
  • Webster, Jill. “The Fascinating Mary Crawford.” Austentations 14 (2014): 32-34. 
  • Wells, Kevin Alan. “First Impressions: The Control of Readers’ Cognitions in the First Chapter of Pride and Prejudice.” Persuasions On-Line 35.1 (2014). Web. 
  • “Who Is the Greatest Fictional Character of All Time?” Atlantic Apr. 2014: 100. Elizabeth Bennet and Mrs. Norris each get a vote. Also on the Web. http://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/2014/04/who-is-the-greatest-fictional-character-of-all-time/358649/
  • Wiley, Soon. “Silence, Slavery, and Jane Austen: Empire in Mansfield Park.” Journal of Commonwealth and Postcolonial Studies 2.1 (2014): 59-74. 
  • Wilkes, Sue. “Shop ’til You Drop.” JARW 72 (2014): 18-22. Shopping with Jane Austen. 
  • _____. A Visitor’s Guide to Jane Austen’s England. Barnesley: Pen and Sword, 2014. 
  • Williams, Sarah. “Meaningful Gazes: Looking at Narrative in Chapter 15 of Pride and Prejudice.” Persuasions 36 (2014): 202-10. 
  • Williamson, Ruth. “Through a Scholar’s Lens: R. W. Chapman and Jane Austen.” Sensibilities 49 (2014): 20-41. 
  • Wilson, Cheryl A. “Dancing with Jane Austen: History and Practice in the Classroom.” Persuasions On-Line 34.2 (2014). Web. 
  • Wilson, Kim. At Home with Jane Austen. New York: Abbeville, 2014. 
  • Wilt, Judith. “Jane Austen: The Anxieties of Common Life.” Ghosts of the Gothic: Austen, Eliot and Lawrence. 1980. Princeton: Princeton UP, 2014. 121-72. Princeton Legacy Library. 
  • Wiltshire, John. “The Displacement of Fanny Price.” Sensibilities 49 (2014): 45-56. 
  • _____. The Hidden Jane Austen. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2014. 
  • Wright, Rosy. “Romance as a Red Herring: The Social Realities of Jane Austen’s England.” Austentations 14 (2014): 26-31. 
  • Writer’s House: At Home with Jane.” Good Reading May 2014: 17-19. 
  • Wyett, Jodi L. “Jane Austen Then and Now: Teaching Georgian Jane in the Jane-Mania Media Age.” Persuasions On-Line 34.2 (2014). Web. 
  • _____. “Too Much is Never Enough: Austen’s Texts and Contexts.” Eighteenth-Century Fiction 26.3 (2014): 455-63. Book reviews of five works by or about Jane Austen. 
  • Young, Damon. “Fanny Price in the Garden.” Sensibilities 49 (2014): 112-25. 
  • Zohn, Kristen Miller. “Fanny Price and the Family Profiles.” Persuasions 36 (2014): 44-53. 
  • Zunshine, Lisa. “Theory of Mind as a Pedagogical Tool.” Interdisciplinary Literary Studies 16.1 (2014): 89-109.

break graphic4. Selected Dissertations

  • Amelio, Amber. “‘You Are Poor . . . Will You Marry Me?’  Character Dilution and Other Textual Variants in Children’s Adaptations of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice.” Diss. Northern Illinois U, 2014. ProQuest (2014): item 3639954. Web. http://search.proquest.com/docview/1615407365
  • Arnold, Lori. “Chance or Choice: Subverting and Confirming Patriarchal Marriage in Jane Austen’s Novels.”  MA thesis. U of Houston-Clear Lake, 2014. ProQuest (2014): item 1525315. Web. http://search.proquest.com/docview/1531697123
  • Blatt, Shannon. “How Just a Humiliation: Shame in Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice.” MA thesis. U of Dallas, 2014. 
  • Canton, Jessica. “Classical Gothic: The Aristotelian Experience in the Gothic Reading Process.”  Diss. U of Washington, 2014. ProQuest (2014): item 3680144. Web.  Discusses Northanger Abbey, Mary Elizabeth Braddon’s Lady Audley’s Secret, and Bram Stoker’s Dracula. http://search.proquest.com/docview/1652875786
  • Chamberlain, Brent. “Writing Fanny’s Room and Reading Emma’s House: Jane Austen’s Spatial Construction of a Subjective, Social Self.”  MA thesis. City College of New York, 2014.
  • Claassen, Alda Beatrix.  “Music as a Female Social Accomplishment in Three Jane Austen Novels.”  M (Mus) thesis. U of Pretoria, 2014, c2013. Web. http://repository.up.ac.za/bitstream/handle/2263/41323/Claassen_Music_2014.pdf?sequence=1&isAllowed=y.
  • Doski, Natasha. “The Romance of Social Problems in Austen and Gaskell.”  MA thesis. Wake Forest U, 2014. ProQuest (2014): item 1566176. Web. http://search.proquest.com/docview/1619389562.
  • Duval, Janette. “Interactive Austen: An Analysis of the Lizzie Bennet Diaries and the Postmodern Audience.”  MA thesis. Florida Atlantic U, 2014. ProQuest (2014): item: 1691754. Web.  http://search.proquest.com/docview/1673180950.
  • England, Catherine Clair.  “The Attraction of Imperfection: Depreciating Social Capital in Victorian Marriage Plots.”  Diss. U of South Carolina, 2013. DAI 74.9 (2014): item DA3561761. Discusses Northanger Abbey.
  • Fancett, Anna. “The  Exploration of Familial Myths and Motifs in Selected Novels by Jane Austen and Walter Scott.”  Diss. U of Aberdeen, 2014. Web [abstract only]. http://ethos.bl.uk/OrderDetails.do?uin=uk.bl.ethos.646093.
  • Fitzgerald, Colby. “Pride, Prejudice, and Pop Culture: Representing Miss Jane Austen.”  MA thesis. Southern Connecticut State U, 2014. ProQuest (2014): item 1525919. Web.  http://search.proquest.com/docview/1611827505.
  • Ghosh, Srijani. “From Chantilly Lace to Chanel: Commodity Worship in Chick Lit.”  Diss. Michigan State U 2013. Diss. Michigan State U, 2013. DAI 75.4 (2014): item DA3606219.  Discusses the commodification of Jane Austen as the ‘founder’ of chick lit through the transcultural derivatives of her novels.
  • Graves, Tammy. “The Marriage Market: From Eighteenth-Century England to Twentieth-Century New York.”  MA thesis. Truman State U, 2014. ProQuest (2014): item 1561480. Web.  Discusses the legal traditions that governed the environments immortalized by Jane Austen and Edith Wharton. http://search.proquest.com/docview/1562509316.
  • Heffner, Brenna K. “‘Lydia Bennet’s Secret Stockings’: Material Literary Narratives in Contemporary Culture.”  Diss. U of Louisiana at Lafayette, 2014. ProQuest (2014): item 3622937. Web. http://search.proquest.com/docview/1549966756.
  • Hill, Christine A. “Authoring Resistance to Power: Jane Austen and Michel Foucault.”  MA thesis. California State U, Long Beach, 2014. ProQuest (2014): item 1566290. Web. http://search.proquest.com/docview/1620736090.
  • Jones, David Michael.  “The Secret History of Romance Masculinity: The Byronic Hero and the Novel, 1814-1914.”  Diss. U of Connecticut, 2012. DAI 74.11 (2014): DA3571344. Discusses Captain Wentworth in Persuasion
  • Klein, Carolyn. “The Monsters of Jane Austen.”  MA thesis. California State U, Dominguez Hills, 2014. ProQuest (2014): item 1526314. Web. http://search.proquest.com/docview/1667755817
  • Mallory-Kani, Amy. “Medico-Politics and English Literature, 1790-1830: Immunity, Humanity, Subjectivity.”  Diss. State U of New York at Albany, 2014. ProQuest (2014): item 3620301. Web.  Discusses Mary Wollstonecraft, Jane Austen, William Wordsworth, and Mary Shelley. http://search.proquest.com/docview/1539327444
  • Marzec, Joanna Claire Bell.  “Reading Relationships in Jane Austen’s Mansfield Park and Pride and Prejudice.” MA thesis. U of Windsor (Canada), 2014. ProQuest (2014): item 1569037. Web. http://search.proquest.com/docview/1626360451
  • Massie, Catherine Kate Jane.  “Romantic Frames of Mind: Vision and Sympathy in British Novels of the Nineteenth Century.”  Diss. U of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, 2014. ProQuest (2014): item 3622411. Web.  Argues that many Victorian artists and writers experimented with the visual to aid sympathy  (empathy, in modern parlance), with a focus on Pride and Prejudice, Charlotte Brontë’s Villette,  George Eliot’s Middlemarch, and Rudyard Kipling’s Kim. http://search.proquest.com/docview/1548716368
  • McCoy, Lauren Elizabeth. “Being Talked About: Gossip and the Nineteenth-Century Novel.”  Diss. Washington U (St. Louis), 2014. ProQuest (2014): item 3629127. Web.  Looks at a range of nineteenth-century novels, from Jane Austen and Caroline Lamb to Wilkie Collins and Henry James. http://search.proquest.com/docview/1561344084
  • Minogue, Mary Ellen. “The Sororal Relationship in the Nineteenth-Century Novel: Potential and Power.”  Diss. St. John’s U (New York), 2014. ProQuest (2014): item 3579934. Web.  Discusses the sister relationships in the works of Jane Austen, Charlotte Bronte, Elizabeth Gaskell, Louisa May Alcott, Sir Walter Scott, George Eliot, Wilkie Collins, George Gissing, and E. M. Forster. http://search.proquest.com/docview/1517984582
  • Moore, Kellia.  “Jane Austen’s Persuasion and Wentworth’s Unconscious Constancy and  ‘Nay, Mama, If He is Not to be Animated by Cowper!’: Jane Austen, William Cowper,  and Marianne Dashwood’s Evocative Sensibility.” MA thesis. U of North Carolina, 2014. ProQuest (2014): item 1558154. Web. http://search.proquest.com/docview/1552969414
  • Olguin, Suyin. “Revisiting the Gentleman: A Study of Hegemonic Masculinity in the Works of Jane Austen.”  MA thesis. U of Montreal, 2013. Web. https://papyrus.bib.umontreal.ca/xmlui/bitstream/handle/1866/10671/Olguin_Suyin_2013_memoire.pdf;jsessionid=CEA13A2842AC1937D7E75DD57893AA7E?sequence=4
  • Om, Donghee. “The Black, British Atlantic: Blackness in Victorian Literature.” Diss. U of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2014. ProQuest (2014): item 3646703. Web.  Discusses Mansfield Park and Persuasion; Elizabeth Barrett Browning’s three antislavery poems;  Mary Seacole’s Wonderful Adventures of Mrs. Seacole in Many Lands; and three of Wilkie Collins’ works: Armadale, Miss or Mrs?, and The Guilty River. http://search.proquest.com/docview/1642721025
  • Pallares-Garcia, Elena. “Narrated Perception and Point of View in the Novels of Jane Austen.” Diss. U of Sheffield, 2014. Web.   http://etheses.whiterose.ac.uk/7448/
  • Powers, Jordan. “Femininity, Pinterest, and the Appropriation of Jane Austen.”  MA thesis. East Tennessee State U, 2014.ProQuest (2014): item 1528077. Web. http://search.proquest.com/docview/1551489314
  • Psiropoulos, Brian. “Victorian Gothic Materialism: Realizing the Gothic in Nineteenth-Century Fiction.”  Diss. U of Oregon, 2013. DAI 75.2 (2014): item DA3600104.  Discusses Northanger Abbey
  • Richards, Hilary. “Silver Hair on the Silver Screen: Adaptations of Jane Austen’s Older Women.”   MA thesis. Clemson U, 2014. ProQuest (2014): item 1564910. Web. http://search.proquest.com/docview/1615869380
  • Rose, Alexandra. “The History of Elizabeth Thoughtless: Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice and Eighteenth Century Melodrama.”  MA thesis. Belmont U, 2014. 
  • Rourke, Lisa. “The Phantom of the Author: Literary Analysis Reconsidered.”  Diss. Brandeis U, 2014. ProQuest (2014): item 3622250. Web.  A close study of over 200 critical essays and ten prominent scholarly books about novels by Jane Austen and Thomas Hardy.  http://search.proquest.com/docview/1548007490
  • Sears, Shannon. “Vacancy: Mental Emptiness in the Nineteenth-Century British Novel.”  Diss. Michigan State U, 2014. ProQuest (2014): item 3619095. Web.  This paper examines four examples of mental vacancy represented in nineteenth-century novels:  partial perception in Emma, sympathetic disconnection in Charles Dickens’s Barnaby Rudge,  emotional catharsis in Charlotte Brontë’s Villette, and volitional weakness in Wilkie Collins’s The Woman in White. http://search.proquest.com/docview/1534139102
  • Totter, Eileen. “Gender Subversions in Jane Austen’s Latter Canon.” MA thesis. Georgia College and State U, 2014. 
  • Volz, Jessica A. “Vision, Fiction and Depiction:  The Forms and Functions of Visuality in the Novels of Jane Austen, Ann Radcliffe, Maria Edgeworth and Fanny Burney.”  Diss. U of St. Andrews, 2014. Web [abstract only]. http://ethos.bl.uk/OrderDetails.do?uin=uk.bl.ethos.595631
  • Vuong, Jennifer Michele.  “Pride and Prejudice and the English Landscape:  The Importance of the Picturesque to the Novel.”  MA thesis. Georgetown U, 2014.ProQuest (2014): item: 1556449. Web. http://search.proquest.com/docview/1539537468
  • Waldron, Jennifer Rachael.  “Marriage and Mate Competition in Jane Austen’s Sense and Sensibility and Emma.”  MA thesis. U of Auckland, 2014. 
  • Warner, Theresa Rose.  “How Jane Austen Fixed Everything: An Examination of a Television Pilot From Idea to Second Draft.”  MFA thesis. U Texas at Austin, 2014. Web. https://repositories.lib.utexas.edu/bitstream/handle/2152/26244/WARNER-MASTERSREPORT-2014.pdf
  • Wilhelm, Julia.  The Austen Formula: Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Century. [Author]: Anchor Academic, 2014. [self-published Diss.]. 
  • Wilhelm, Kelli.  “‘What is,’ ‘What Was’ and ‘What Might Be’:  Reactionary Metamorphorsis of Postwar Acknowledgement in Romanticism.”   MA thesis. Salisbury U, 2014. ProQuest (2014): item 1525305. Web.  Explores the implications of reactions to the French Revolution and Napoleonic Wars upon perceived self and gender roles in the Romantic period as seen in William Wordsworth’s The Prelude, Lord Byron’s “Canto III” of Childe Harold’s Pilgrimage, Charlotte Smith’s The Old Manor House, and Persuasion. http://search.proquest.com/docview/1530217445
  • Wilkinson, Shaunna. “(Re)Making the Gentleman:  Genteel Masculinities and the Country Estate in the Novels of Charlotte Smith, Jane Austen, and Elizabeth Gaskell.”  Diss. Marquette U, 2014. ProQuest (2014): item 3619397. Web. http://search.proquest.com/docview/1536959960
  • Wyatt, Holliday McNeal. “The Poetics of Appeal.”  Diss. Virginia Commonwealth U, 2014. ProQuest (2014): item 3620198. Web.  Proposes a new model of appeal for librarians who make book recommendations, using Persuasion, Charlotte Brontë’s Jane Eyre, and Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein as examples.  http://search.proquest.com/docview/1537061755.

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5. Popular Culture

  • Adams, Alexa. The Madness of Mr. Darcy. [Author]: Presumptuous, 2014. 
  • Adams, Elizabeth. The Houseguest: A Pride and Prejudice Vagary. [Author], 2014, c2013. 
  • Adato, Allison. “My Life in Pictures: Colin Firth.”  People 28 Apr. 2014: 67-73. 
  • Allan, Kate. Mary Bennet. Leighton Buzzard, UK: West Quarter, 2014. 
  • Altman, Marsha. The Trials of George Wickham the Younger: Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice Continues. [Author]: Laughing Man, 2014. 
  • Aminadra, Karen. Wickham: Pride and Prejudice Continues, Book II. [Author], 2014. 
  • Amy, Helen. Jane Austen: In Her Own Words and the Words of Those Who Knew Her. Stroud: Amberley, 2014. 
  • Angell, Lavinia. Son of the East: Pride and Prejudice in the Desert Continues: A Novel. [Author], 2014. 
  • Barley, Janet Crane. A Story Tourist in Britain:  With Glimpses of Harry Potter, Beatrix Potter, Jane Austen and Many Others. [Author]: Fort Canoga, 2014. 
  • Barron, Stephanie. Jane and the Twelve Days of Christmas (Being a Jane Austen Mystery). New York: Soho, 2014. 
  • Becton, Jennifer. Mary Bennet. [Author]: Whiteley, 2014. A Novella in the Personages of Pride and Prejudice Collection. 
  • Bell, Sarah Ward. Parked at the Mansfields’:  A Modern Twist of Jane Austen’s Mansfield Park. [Author], 2014. A YA novel. 
  • Bennet, Mary. Sex Comes to Pemberley: Pride and Prejudice Re-Visited. Winchester: Bedroom Books, 2014. 
  • Bennett, Stuart. Lord Moira’s Echo. Belmont, MA: Longbourn, 2014. 
  • Bok, H. Abigail.  An Obstinate Headstrong Girl. By A Lady. Alamo, CA: Alive, 2014.  A modern Pride and Prejudice set in California. 
  • Boyd, Greer. Fitzwilliam and Elizabeth. [Author], 2014. 
  • Brant, Marilyn. Pride, Prejudice and the Perfect Bet. [Author]: White Soup, 2014. 
  • Bray, Ayr. Threat of Scandal: A Pride and Prejudice Sequel. [Author], 2014. About Georgiana Darcy. 
  • Briggs, Laura, and Sarah Burgess. Ask Eleanor: A Romance for the Sensible and the Sensitive in Love (Special Edition with Alternate Ending). [Author], 2014. A modern re-telling of Sense and Sensibility
  • Caldwell, Jack. The Companion of His Future Life. [Author]: White Soup, 2014. A Pride and Prejudice re-telling wherein Mr. Collins marries Mary Bennet. 
  • Carson, Anthea. Game of Kings: A Thrilling Modern Reimagining of Pride and Prejudice. [Author], 2014. 
  • Connelly, Victoria. At Home with Mr. Darcy. [Author]: Cuthland, 2014. 
  • Coombs, Kate. Goodnight Mr. Darcy. Illus. Alli Arnold. Layton, UT: Gibbs Smith, 2014. A Babylit Parody. 
  • Cruz, Ruby. First Impressions: A Modern Retelling of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice. [Author], 2014. 
  • Death Comes to Pemberley. Screenplay by Juliette Towhidi, based on the book by P. D. James. Dir. Daniel Percival. Perf. Matthew Rhys, Anna Maxwell Martin, and Matthew Goode.  [London]: BBC Worldwide, 2014. DVD. 
  • Deitchman, Beth. Margaret Dashwood and the Enchanted Atlas: Regency Magic Book Two. [Author]: Luminous Creatures, 2014. 
  • _____. Mary Bennet and the Bloomsbury Coven: Regency Magic Book One. [Author]: Luminous Creatures, 2014. 
  • Dixon, P. O. Almost Persuaded: Miss Mary King, a Pride and Prejudice Short Story. [Author], 2014. 
  • _____. Expecting His Proposal: A Darcy and Elizabeth Short Story. [Author], 2014. 
  • _____. Hope and Sensibility. [Author], 2014. Darcy and the Young Knight’s Quest. 
  • _____. Pride and Sensuality: A Darcy and Elizabeth Short Story. [Author], 2014. 
  • _____. ’Tis the Season for Matchmaking: A Lasting Love Affair Continues. [Author], 2014. A Darcy and Elizabeth Love Affair Vol. 2. 
  • Edgerton, Lucia.  Mrs. Dashwood Returns: A Continuation of Jane Austen’s Sense and Sensibility. [Author]: Girlwiththebook, 2014. 
  • Elliott, Anna. Kitty Bennet’s Diary. [Author]: Wilton, 2014. 
  • Ellsworth, Jeanna. Pride and Persistence. [Author]: Hey Lady, 2014. 
  • _____. To Refine Like Silver. [Author]: Hey Lady, 2014. A Pride and Prejudice variation. 
  • Enright, Dominique, comp. Les Sautes d'Humour de Jane Austen. Trans. Virginie Buhl. Paris: Payot, 2014. French edition of The Wicked Wit of Jane Austen (Rev. ed. 2011). 
  • Fairbanks, Rose. The Gentleman’s Impertinent Daughter: A Pride and Prejudice Variation. [Author], 2014. 
  • _____. Letters from the Heart: A Pride and Prejudice Novella Variation. [Author], 2014. 
  • Famous Film Locations.”  British Heritage. July 2014: 12-13.  Discusses Lyme Park, a.k.a. Pemberely in the 1995 Pride and Prejudice, among other locations. 
  • Felice, M. J. Passion and Principle: A Sequel to Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice. [Author], 2014. Heart of Pemberley Series Vol. 1. 
  • Flannery, Mary. My Head upon the £10 Note: Time Travel Jane. [Author], 2014. 
  • Fowers, Stephanie. Jane and Austen: A Novel. Salt Lake City: Triad, 2014. 
  • Gardam, Jane. “The Sidmouth Letters.” The Stories. London: Little Brown, 2014. 47-70. A reprint of this Austen-themed story, originally published in 1980. 
  • Gibson, Megan. “Portlandia’s Carrie Brownstein to Complete Unfinished Nora Ephron Script.” Time 7 Aug. 2014: 1. Concerns the Lost in Austen feature film. 
  • Goodhind, J. G. Killing Jane Austen. Abercynon, UK: Accent, 2014. Honey Driver Mysteries. 
  • Grace, Maria. A Jane Austen Christmas: Regency Christmas Traditions. [Author]: White Soup, 2014. 
  • _____. Remember the Past. [Author]: White Soup, 2014. A Pride and Prejudice variation. 
  • Granson, Lilly. Mr. Darcy’s Sorrow and Redemption. [Author]: Anscot, 2014. 
  • Gray, Cecilia. Only with You. [Author], 2014. Jane Austen Academy. A YA re-telling of Emma
  • Hahn, Jan. The Secret Betrothal: A Pride and Prejudice Alternate Path. Oysterville, WA: Meryton, 2014. 
  • Hathaway, Mary Jane. Emma, Mr. Knightley and Chili-Slaw Dogs. Nashville: Howard, 2014, c2013. 
  • _____. Persuasion, Captain Wentworth and Cracklin’ Cornbread. New York: Howard, 2014. 
  • _____. Pride, Prejudice, and Cheese Grits. New York: Howard, 2014, c2013. 
  • Hayle, Joanna. Jane Austen Quiz Book. [Author], 2014. 
  • Hazelwood, Ann. The Jane Austen Quilt Club: A Novel. Paducah: American Quilter’s Society, 2014. 
  • Hill, C. J. Wickham’s Wife: A Back-Story to Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice. [Author], 2014. 
  • Holidays with Jane: Christmas Cheer: Modern Austen Short Stories. [Author]: Indie Jane, 2014. Stories by Jennifer Becton, Melissa Buell, Rebecca M. Fleming, Cecelia Gray, Jessica Grey, and Kimberley Truesdale. 
  • Hurd, Stanley Michael. Darcy’s Tale, Vol. III: The Way Home. 2nd ed. Hamden: [Author], 2013. 
  • Hutchens, Carol. Who Murdered Mr. Wickham: Romance and Mystery at Netherfield. [Author], 2014. 
  • James, Jenni. Mansfield Ranch. [Author]: Trifecta, 2014. Jane Austen Diaries. 
  • James, Syrie. Jane Austen’s First Love. New York: Berkley, 2014. 
  • Jamison, Rebecca H. Sense and Sensibility: A Latter-Day Tale. Springville, UT: Bonneville, 2014. 
  • Jane Austen Knits 2014. Loveland: Interweave, 2014. 
  • Johnson, Sarah. Cherished: Leaving Bennet Behind, Vol. 2. [Author], 2014. 
  • _____. Chosen: Leaving Bennet Behind, Vol. 1. [Author], 2014. 
  • _____. Just to Hear ‘I Love You’:  An Alternate Tale of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice. [Author], 2014. 
  • Karber, April. Beauty Slays the Beast. [Author], 2014. Pride and Prejudice retold as “Beauty and the Beast.” 
  • _____. The Pride of Pemberley. [Author], 2014. 
  • Keith, Hollie. So Jane: Crafts and Recipes for an Austen-Inspired Life. Layton, UT: Gibbs Smith, 2014. 
  • King, Alex A. Pride and All This Prejudice: A Pride and Prejudice Retelling. [Author], 2014. 
  • King, J. Dawn. A Father’s Sins: A Pride and Prejudice Variation. [Author], 2014. Men of Derbyshire, Bk. 1. 
  • King, Stacy, adap. Pride and Prejudice: Manga Classics. By Jane Austen. Illus. Po Tse. [N.p.]: Udon, 2014. 
  • Klassen, S. M. Mary, Mary, Oh So Contrary: The Adventures of Mary Bennet, Vol. 2. [Author], 2014. 
  • Koehler, Clytie. Lizzy’s Diary, Vol. 1: Private and Prejudiced. [Author], 2014. 
  • _____. Lizzy’s Diary, Vol. 2: Prejudice Revealed. [Author], 2014. 
  • Lambert, Joan Dahr. Forgotten Sister. [Author], 2014. A journal is discovered by Isabella Austen, Jane’s younger sister. 
  • Lang, Jennifer. Elizabeth’s Mistake: Darcy and Elizabeth What If? No.1. [Author], 2014. All are novellas. 
  • _____. Mr.Darcy’s Hallowe’en: Darcy and Elizabeth What If? No. 4. [Author], 2014. 
  • _____. Mr. Darcy’s Rescue: Darcy and Elizabeth What If? No. 2. [Author], 2014. 
  • _____. A Pair of Fine Eyes: Darcy and Elizabeth What If? No. 3. [Author], 2014. 
  • _____. Twelve Days of Christmas: Darcy and Elizabeth What If? No. 5. [Author], 2014. 
  • _____. Winter at Netherfield Park: Darcy and Elizabeth What If? No. 6. [Author], 2014. 
  • Lathan, Sharon. Darcy and Elizabeth: A Season of Courtship. [Author]: TSBO, 2014. The Darcy Saga Prequel Book 1.
  • LaZebnik, Claire. The Last Best Kiss. New York, NY: HarperTeen, 2014. A YA modern take on Persuasion
  • Lilian, Lory. The Perfect Match: A Pride and Prejudice Sequel. [Author], 2014. 
  • Long, Jessica. Pride and Prejudice: Your Backstage Pass to Jane Austen’s Novel and the Making of the BBC TV Series Starring Colin Firth. [Author], 2014. 
  • Lovett, Charlie. First Impressions: A Novel of Old Books, Unexpected Love and Jane Austen. New York: Penguin, 2014. 
  • _____. “Seeking Inspiration in Jane Austen’s World.”  New York Times 28 Dec. 2014: 15. 
  • Lynne, Pamela. Dearest Friends. [Author], 2014.  Retells Pride and Prejudice as a sensual adventure. 
  • Mackrory, KaraLynne. Haunting Mr. Darcy: A Spirited Courtship. Oysterville, WA: Meryton, 2014. 
  • Mason, Glenna. Mr. Darcy and the Lady with the Fine Eyes. [Author], 2014. 
  • McCall Smith, Alexander. Emma: A Modern Retelling. London: Borough, 2014. 
  • McDermid, Val. Northanger Abbey. New York: Grove, 2014. A modern retelling. 
  • McMann, Renata. Five Pride and Prejudice Variations: A Collection of Short Stories. [Author], 2014. 
  • McMann, Renata, and Summer Hanford. The Second Mrs. Darcy. [Author], 2014. 
  • Michaels, A. J. Pride and Modern Prejudice. Tallahassee: Dreamspinner, 2014. 
  • Miller, Eileen Rudisill. Jane Austen Paper Dolls: Four Classic Characters. Mineola: Dover, 2014. 
  • Miller, Fenella J. The Ghosts at Pemberley. [Author], 2014. 
  • Mitchell, C. M. Girl Changes Fate: A Pride and Prejudice Fantasy Tale. [Author], 2014. Girl Rocks Universe Vol. 12. All these tales are for young adults. 
  • _____. Girl Lives Forever: A Pride and Prejudice Fairy Tale. [Author], 2014. Girl Rocks Universe Saga Vol. 14. Relates all the novels and other writings to various fairy tales. 
  • _____. Girl Races Infinity: A Modern Tale of Pride and Prejudice. [Author], 2014. Girl Rocks Universe Saga Vol. 8. Jane Bennet’s story. 
  • _____. Girl Raises Sunrise: A Pride and Prejudice Origin Story. [Author], 2014. Girl Rocks Universe Saga Vol. 9. The beginnings of the Darcy-Elizabeth love story. 
  • _____. Girl Reaches Mars: A Modern Tale of Pride and Prejudice. [Author], 2014. Girl Rocks Universe Saga Vol. 7. Caroline Bingley’s story. 
  • _____. Girl Rocks World: A Modern Tale of Pride and Prejudice. [Author], 2014. Girl Rocks Universe Saga Vol. 6. Charlotte Lucas’s tale. 
  • _____. Girl Runs Oblivion: A Pride and Prejudice Space Odyssey. [Author], 2014. Girl Rocks Universe Saga Vol. 10. Sonia Darcy is the protagonist, whoever she is. 
  • Mitchell, Nina, and Jane Austen. Mansfield Park: The Wild and Wanton Edition. Blue Ash, OH: Crimson Romance, 2014, c2013. 
  • Morris, Diane H. Rosings Park: A Novel. Knoxville: Moorgate, 2014. 
  • Morris, Max, ed. Quotable Austen. Chichester, UK: Summersdale, 2014. 
  • Murphy, Sinéad. The Jane Austen Rules: A Classic Guide to Modern Love. Brooklyn: Melville, 2014. 
  • Mychal, Ann. Emma and Elizabeth: A Story Based on The Watsons by Jane Austen. [Author], 2014. 
  • Odiwe, Jane. Mr. Darcy’s Christmas Calendar. [Author]: White Soup, 2014. 
  • Ormiston, Lara S. Unequal Affections: A Pride and Prejudice Retelling. New York: Skyhorse, 2014. 
  • Ortberg, Mallory. Texts from Jane Eyre: And Other Conversations with Your Favorite Literary Characters. New York: Henry Holt, 2014. Two short chapters on Emma and Pride and Prejudice
  • Owen, Elaine. Mr. Darcy’s Persistent Pursuit. [Author], 2014. 
  • Parker, Paula K. Jane Austen’s Emma: A Stage Play. Tullahoma, TN: WordCrafts Theatrical, 2014. 
  • Persell, Micah, and Jane Austen. Emma: The Wild and Wanton Edition. Blue Ash, OH: Crimson Romance, 2014, c2013. 
  • Price, Sarah. First Impressions: An Amish Tale of Pride and Prejudice. Lake Mary, FL: Realms, 2014. 
  • Pulsipher, Misty Dawn. Persuaded. [Author], 2014. 
  • Reay, Katherine. Lizzy and Jane. Nashville: Thomas Nelson, 2014. 
  • Reynolds, Abigail, and the Austen Authors Collective.  Pride and Prejudice: The Scenes Jane Austen Never Wrote. [Author]: White Soup, 2014. 
  • Rodi, Robert. Bitch in a Bonnet: Reclaiming Jane Austen from the Stiffs, the Snobs, the Simps and the Saps. Lexington, KY: [Author], 2014. Vol. 2 discusses Emma, Northanger Abbey, and Persuasion
  • Rosett, Sara. Death in the English Countryside. [Author], 2014. Murder mystery surrounding the filming of a new Pride and Prejudice adaptation. 
  • Rowland, Jann M. Open Your Eyes. [Author]: One Good Sonnet, 2014. A Pride and Prejudice variation. 
  • Rowland, Jann M., and Lelia Eye. A Summer in Brighton. [Author]: One Good Sonnet, 2014. Elizabeth Bennet goes to Brighton. 
  • _____. Waiting for an Echo Vol. 1: Words in the Darkness. [Author]: One Good Sonnet, 2014. A Pride and Prejudice variation. 
  • _____. Waiting for an Echo Vol. 2: Echoes at Dawn. [Author]: One Good Sonnet, 2014. A Pride and Prejudice variation. 
  • Rule, Alynia. Journaling with Jane. [Author], 2014. A daily journal with an Austen quote for each day. 
  • Schertz, Melanie A. Darcy’s Beloved Cousin. [Author], 2014. 
  • _____. Mrs. Collins, Against Her Wishes. [Author], 2014. 
  • _____. Mystical, Magical Lizzy. [Author], 2014. 
  • _____. Netherfield Park Quarantined. [Author], 2014. 
  • _____. Saving Elizabeth Bennet. [Author], 2014. 
  • Silkstone, Barbara. Mister Darcy’s Dog: Pride and Prejudice Contemporary Novella. [Author], 2014. 
  • Sims, Jean. A Tapestry of Lives, Book 1: A Variation on Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice. [Author], 2014. 
  • Smith-McGovern, Tessa. “Jane Austen.” Cocktails for Book Lovers. Naperville: Sourcebooks, 2014. 
  • Solomon, Hayley Ann. From Tolerable to Tempting: A Pride and Prejudice Variation. [Author]: Balboa, 2014. 
  • Stampler, Laura. “You Can Buy Mr. Darcy’s House.” Time 17 Nov. 2014. Also on the Web. http://time.com/3585752/buy-mr-darcy-house-pemberley-jane-austen/
  • Starnes, Joana. The Falmouth Connection. [Author]. 2014. A Pride and Prejudice variation. 
  • _____. The Second Chance: A Pride and PrejudiceSense and Sensibility Variation. [Author], 2014. 
  • Su, Bernie, and Kate Rorick. The Secret Diary of Lizzie Bennet: A Novel (Lizzie Bennet Diaries). New York: Touchstone, 2014. 
  • The Sun Also Shines for Me: A Pride and Prejudice Sequel. By Noe and Cindy. [Author], 2014. 
  • Svanoe, Erika, ed. Pride and Prejudice: Marrying Mr. Darcy Edition. By Jane Austen. [Author]: Evensen Creative, 2014.  Companion to the card game “Marrying Mr. Darcy,” with a foreword and annotations by Svanoe. 
  • Take a Look at Jane Austen, Roald Dahl, and Albert Einstein’s Stunning Business Cards.”  Time 22 Apr. 2014: 1. 
  • Thomas, Gianna. Pride and Prejudice: Darcy Chooses. [Author], 2014. 
  • Thomas, Huw, and Jane Austen. Exploring Pride and Prejudice: A Journey through the Acclaimed 1995 TV Series Starring Colin Firth and Jennifer Ehle. [Author], 2014. Ebook only; includes the full text of the novel. 
  • Webb, Brenda J. Darcy and Elizabeth: A Most Unlikely Couple. [Author], 2014. 
  • Weinkam, R. J. Finding Jane Austen. [Author]: Pennon, 2014. A Young Jane Austen Novel. 
  • _____. More Sense than Sensibility: Jane Austen and the French Revolution. [Author], 2014. A Young Jane Austen Novel. 
  • _____. Pride and Perfection: A Novel of Jane Austen’s Life and Future. [Author], 2014. A Young Jane Austen Novel. 
  • West, Elizabeth Ann. A Spring Sentiment: A Pride and Prejudice Novella Variation. Ledyard, CT: [Author], 2014. Seasons of Serendipity Vol. 2. 
  • _____. A Summer Shame: A Pride and Prejudice Novella Variation. Ledyard, CT: [Author], 2014. Seasons of Serendipity Vol. 3. 
  • _____. The Trouble with Horses: A Pride and Prejudice Variation. [Author], 2014. 
  • _____. A Winter Wrong: A Pride and Prejudice Novella Variation. [Author], 2014. Seasons of Serendipity Vol. 1. 
  • What Would Jane Do? Quips and Wisdom from Jane Austen. New York: Potter Style, 2014. 
  • Williams, Marcia. Lizzy Bennet’s Diary, Inspired by Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice. Somerville, MA: Candlewick, 2014. 
  • Wilson, Enid. My Darcy Exhilarates: A Collection of Pride and Prejudice What-If Short Stories. [Author], 2014. 
  • Wilson, Teri. Unleashing Mr. Darcy. Buffalo/Don Mills, ON: Harlequin, 2014. 
  • Winslow, Shannon. The Persuasion of Miss Jane Austen:  A Novel Wherein She Tells Her Own Story of Lost Love, Second Chances, and Finding Her Own Happy Ending. [Author]: Heather Ridge Arts, 2014.


NOTES ON THE JANE AUSTEN BIBLIOGRAPHY, 2014



1. Style:
  the bibliography follows the MLA 7th edition with this major exception:  the medium qualifier is added only for non-print titles (i.e., Web, Film, CD, DVD, Ebook, etc.).  Alphabetization follows the NISO rules rather than MLA: a blank space comes before a number or a letter in filing (e.g., Le Faye comes before Leal) rather than letter-by-letter order.

2. Cross-references are used for works in essay collections or anthologies to minimize repetition:  the citation refers to the author/editor and page numbers only; the full citation appears under the author or editor. 

3. Annotations are included only for those entries where title alone is not self-explanatory. 

4. Reprint editions:  the past few years have seen an inordinate number of reprints of older editions, critical works, and biographies, as well as an increased number of books available electronically.  At this point, Editor Susan Allen Ford and I agree that all cannot possibly be listed:  we will only see an increase in such works as the reprint publishers, POD suppliers, and ebook companies continue their efforts to make such works available.  I would just make note of this fact and encourage you to search online for older titles you might be looking for to see if they are available in these newer formats, and also alert you that what looks like a new work might actually be a reprint of an older work, and perhaps less expensive in its original edition. 

5. Paperback reprints:  will be included in the annual bibliography only if published four or more years after the original edition. 

6. US/UK publication:  as a number of works are published in the US and the UK in different years, an effort will be made to include each publication in its publication year, with variations in titles noted. 

7. Popular Culture:  this category includes sequels, continuations, mash-ups, adaptations, films, merchandise, etc.  As there are a number of works that are self-published in this area, I have listed those that are readily available for purchase online that show a title and copyright page and an ISBN number.  Those titles having no place of publication or publisher noted are cited as “[Author], date.” 

8. Kindle/ebooks:  if a work is published only as an ebook, it will not be cited.  Exceptions will be decided on a case-by-case basis. 

9. Book reviews:  a review of a work on Jane Austen is generally not cited unless it is a substantive essay in its own right. 

I welcome any comments, suggestions, additions, or corrections.  Please email me at books@bygonebooksvermont.com or jasnavermont@gmail.com.

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