PERSUASIONS ON-LINE V.26, NO.1 (Winter 2005)

Jane Austen Bibliography for 2004

Barry Roth


Barry Roth is a Professor of English at Ohio University and the author of three annotated bibliographies of the work of Jane Austen (UP Virginia, 1973 and 1985, and Ohio UP, 1996).



Ali, Monica, and Jenny Colgan. “Is This the Book That Changed Your Life?” Guardian 9 Dec. 2004: 10-11.


Amis, Martin. “Northanger Abbey.” Granta 87 (2004): 53-74.


Arriola, Joyce L. “Introducing the ‘Women’s Film’ in Teaching the Works of 18th- and 19th-Century Women: Novelists in English—The Case of Jane Austen and Her Predecessors.” Unitas: A Quarterly for the Arts and Sciences 77 (2004): 455-75.


Auerbach, Emily. Searching for Jane Austen. Madison: U of Wisconsin P, 2004.


Battaglia, Beatrice, and Diego Saglia. Re-drawing Austen: Picturesque Travels in Austenland. Napoli: Liguori, 2004.


Bebris, Carrie. Pride and Prescience, or A Truth Universally Acknowledged: A Mr. and Mrs. Darcy Mystery. New York: Forge, 2004.


Berdoll, Linda. Mr. Darcy Takes a Wife: Pride and Prejudice Continues. Naperville, IL: Sourcebooks, 2004.


Birchall, Diana. Mrs. Darcy’s Dilemma: A Sequel to Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice. [S.I.]: Egerton, 2004.


Blackwell, Bonnie. “A Slender Girl and a Thin Plot: Starvation and Spectacle in Persuasion.” LIT: Literature Interpretation Theory 15 (2004): 153-80.


Blackwell, Mark. “’The Setting Always Casts a Different Shade on It’: Allusion and Interpretation in Sense and Sensibility.” Eighteenth-Century Fiction 17 (2004): 111-24.


Boyle, Nicholas. “Faces (2): Mansfield Park.” Sacred and Secular Scriptures: A Catholic Approach to Literature. London: Darton Longman and Todd, 2004. 205-20.


Burris, Skylar Hamilton. Conviction: A Sequel to Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice. [S.I.]: Virtualbookworm, 2004.


Byrne, Paula. Jane Austen’s Emma: A Sourcebook. New York: Routledge, 2004.


Byrne, Sandie. Jane Austen: Mansfield Park. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2004.


Caines, Michael. “Jane Austen, Dramatist?” Major Voices 18th-Century Women Playwrights. New Milford, CT: Toby Press, 2004. 485-507.


Castellanos Llanos, Gabriela. “Carnaval y feminismo:  Discurso novelístico de Jane Austen.” La mujer que escribe y el perro que baila: Ensayos sobre género y literatura. Universidad del Valle, Santiago de Cali: La Manzana de la Discordia, 2004. 55-72.


Cleere, Eileen. “Home Trading: Mansfield Park and the Economics of Endogamy.” Avuncularism: Capitalism, Patriarchy, and Nineteenth-Century English Culture. Stanford: Stanford UP, 2004. 33-75.


Corbett, Mary Jean. “’Cousins in Love, &c’ in Jane Austen.” Tulsa Studies in Women’s Literature 23 (2004): 237-59.


Davidson, Jenny. “Hypocrisy and the Novel, II: A Modest Question about Mansfield Park.” Hypocrisy and the Politics of Politeness: Manners and Morals from Locke to Austen. New York: Cambridge UP, 2004. 146-69.


_____. “A Modest Question about Mansfield Park.” Eighteenth-Century Fiction 16 (2004): 245-64.


Deresiewicz, William. Jane Austen and the Romantic Poets. New York: Columbia UP, 2004.


Despotopoulou, Anna. “Fanny’s Gaze and the Construction of Feminine Space in Mansfield Park.” Modern Language Review 99 (2004): 569-83.


Duckworth, Alistair M. “How Shall We Ever Recollect Half the Dishes for Grandmamma?” Eighteenth-Century Fiction 16 (2004): 471-92.


Fenton, Kate, Vanity and Vexation: A Novel of Pride and Prejudice. New York: Dunne, 2004.


Flavin, Louise. Jane Austen in the Classroom: Viewing the Novel/Reading the Film. New York: Lang, 2004.


Folsom, Marcia McClintock. Approaches to Teaching Austen’s Emma. New York: MLA, 2004.


Fowler, Karen Joy. The Jane Austen Book Club. New York: Putnam, 2004.


Fraiman, Susan, ed. Northanger Abbey: Authoritative Text Backgrounds, Criticism. Norton Critical Eds. New York: Norton, 2004.


Franz, Linda. Quilted Diamonds 2: More Austen-tatious Diamonds to Hand Piece. Burlington, Ont.: Franz, 2004.


Freire, Espido. Querida Jane, querida Charlotte: Por la Ruta de Jane Austen y las hermanas Brontë. Madrid: Aguilar, 2004.


Fullerton, Susannah. Jane Austen and Crime. Sydney: JASA, 2004.


Furley, Phyllis. The Darcys: Scenes from Married Life.  East Sussex, Eng.: Egerton, 2004.


Gatje-Smith, Norma. The Sequel to Pride and Prejudice: Trust and Triumph.  [Bloomington, IN.]: AuthorHouse, 2004.


Gaull, Marilyn. “Jane Austen: Afterlives.” Eighteenth-Century Life.” 28 (Spring 2004): 113-19.


Georgiana, Duchess of Devonshire. Emma, or The Unfortunate Attachment: A Sentimental Novel. Ed. Jonathan David Gross. Albany: State U of New York P, 2004.


Goetsch, Paul. “Laughter in Pride and Prejudice.” Redefining the Modern: Essays on Literature and Society in Honor of Joseph Wiesenfarth. Cranbury, NJ: Associated UP, 2004. 29-43.


Goodman, Allegra. “Rereading: Pemberley Previsited.”  American Scholar 73 (2004): 142-45.


Gunn, Daniel P. “Free Indirect Discourse and Narrative Authority in Emma.” Narrative 12 (2004): 35-54.


Hargan, James. “Jane Austen: At Home in Hampshire.” British Heritage 25 (Nov. 2004): 38-46.


Harrow, Sharon. “‘A Great Deal Better Employed Doing Nothing’: The Role of Female Labor and the Danger of Difference in Jane Austen’s Mansfield Park. Adventures in Domesticity: Gender and Colonial Adulteration in Eighteenth-Century British Literature. New York: AMS, 2004. 159-203.


Hendryx, Shirl. The Last of Jane Austen: A Comedy. New York: French, 2004.


Hoeveler, Diane Long. “Historicizing Austen.” Clio 33 (2004): 305-14.


Hopkins, Lisa. “Jane Austen and Bess of Hardwick.” Notes &Queries.” ns 51 (2004): 134.


Jaeck, Angelika, and Siegfried Spengler. Quotations. Berlin: Angel, 2004.


The Jane Austen Society: Report for 2004. [Winchester]: Jane Austen Society, 2004.


Jenkyns, Richard. A Fine Brush on Ivory: An Appreciation of Jane Austen. New York: Oxford UP, 2004.


Johnston, Susan. “Historical Picturesque: Adapting Great Expectations and Sense and Sensibility. Mosaic 37 (2004): 167-83.


Jones, Darryl. Jane Austen. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2004.


Jones, Vivien. Selected Letters. Oxford World’s Classics. Oxford: Oxford UP, 2004.


Karounos, Michael. “Ordination and Revolution in Mansfield Park.” Studies in English Literature, 1500-1900 44 (2004): 715-36.


Knox-Shaw, Peter. Jane Austen and the Enlightenment. New York: Cambridge UP, 2004.


Kramp, Michael. “The Woman, the Gypsies, and England: Harriet Smith’s National Role.” College Literature 31 (2004): 147-68.


Lane, Maggie, and Jing Guo. Jian, Aositing de shi jie: Yingguo zui shou huan ying de zuo jia de sheng huo he shi dai [Jane Austen’s world: The life and times of England’s most popular author]. Wen xue da shi xi lie. [Haikou Shi]: Hainan chu ban she, 2004.


Lau, Beth. “Placing Jane Austen in the Romantic Period:  Self and Solitude in the Works of Jane Austen and the Male Romantic Poets.” European Romantic Review 15 (2004): 255-67.


Le Faye, Deirdre. Jane Austen, a Family Record. Rev. ed. New York: Cambridge UP, 2004.


_____. “Patrick O’Brian and Others in the DNB.” TLS 17 Dec.  2004: 17.


Leithart, Peter J. Miniatures and Morals: The Christian Novels of Jane Austen. Moscow, ID: Canon, 2004.


_____. “Jane Austen, Public Theologian.” First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life 139 (Jan. 2004): 28-37.


Lynch, Deidre Shauna. Introduction. Persuasion. Ed. James Kinsley. Oxford World’s Classics. New York: Oxford UP, 2004. vii-xxxiii.


Mahoney, John. Pride and Prejudice, Jane Austen. London: Letts, 2004.


McAllister, Marie E. “’Only to Sink Deeper’: Venereal Disease in Sense and Sensibility. Eighteenth-Century Fiction 17 (2004): 87-110.


McMaster, Juliet. “Epilogue: And on to Jane Austen.” New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2004. 166-74.


Merrett, Robert James. “Jane Austen and the ‘Better Knowledge of Mankind.’” Presenting the Past: Philosophical Irony and the Rhetoric of Double Vision. Victoria, BC: Eng. Lit. Monograph Ser., 2004. 77-118.


Miles, Robert. “‘A Fall in Bread’: Speculation and the Real in Emma.” Novel 37 (Fall 2003/Spring 2004): 66-85.


Mills, Jane. “Clueless: Transforming Jane Austen’s Emma.” Australian Screen Education 34 (Spring 2004): 100-105.


Morrison, Robert. Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice: A Sourcebook. London: Routledge, 2004.


Moussa, Hiba. “Mansfield Park and Film: An Interview with Patricia Rozema.”  Literature/Film Quarterly 32(2004):  255-60.


Nachumi, Nora. “‘I Am Elizabeth Bennet’: Defining One’s Self through Austen’s Third Novel.” Pedagogy 4 (2004): 119-24.


Nakao, Mari. Jein Osutin: Shosetsuka no tanjo. Tokyo:  Eihosha, 2004.


Nazar, Hina. “The Imagination Goes Visiting: Jane Austen, Judgment, and the Social.” Nineteenth-Century Literature 59 (2004): 145-78.


Paul, Kate, and Rosemary Harden. Jane Austen: Film and Fashion. [Bath: Bath & North East Somerset Council], 2004.


Pawl, Amy J. “Fanny Price and the Sentimental Genealogy of Mansfield Park.”  Eighteenth-Century Fiction 16 (2004): 287-315.


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Powell, Neil. “Rears, and Vices.” TLS 30 Jan. 2004: 15.


Pritchard, William H. “What’s Been Happening to Jane Austen.” Hudson Review 57 (2004): 303-10.


Punter, David, and Glennis Byron. “Jane Austen (1775-1817).” The Gothic. Blackwell Guides to Lit. Oxford: Blackwell, 2004. 80-81.


Regaignon, Dara Rossman. “Pemberley vs. the Purple Jar: Prudence, Pleasure, and Narrative Strategy.” Women’s Writing 11 (2004): 439-61.


Rodríguez Martin, María Elena. “La influencia de la ficción breve de Jane Austen en su obra posterior y en la adaptación al cine de su novela Mansfield Park.” Cuento en Red: Estudios Sobre la Ficción Breve 10 (Fall 2004): n.p.s.


Rogoff, Jay. “Chawton.” Western Humanities Review 58 (Spring 2004): 101.


Rohrbach, Emily. “Austen’s Later Subjects.” Studies in English Literature, 1500-1900 44 (2004): 737-52.


Shapard, David M. The Annotated Pride and Prejudice. Delmar, NY: Pheasant, 2004.


Sheen, B. A., ed. “Jane Austen.” English Writers: A Bibliography with Vignettes. New York: Nova Science, 2004. 13-27.


Smith, Debra White. First Impressions. Eugene, OR: Harvest, 2004.


Southam, Brian. “‘Manoeuvring’ in Jane Austen.” Women’s Writing 11 (2004): 463-76.


_____. “Rears, and Vices.” TLS 23 Jan. 2004: 15.


Stafford, Fiona. Introduction. Pride and Prejudice. Ed. James Kinsley. Oxford World’s Classics. New York: Oxford UP, 2004. vii-xxxii.


Sutherland, Kathryn. “Jane Austen and the Invention of the Serious Modern Novel.” The Cambridge Companion to English Literature, 1740-1830. Ed. Thomas Keymer and Jon Mee. New York: Cambridge UP, 2004. 244-62.


Transactions: Jane Austen Society (Midlands). 15 (2004).


Wagner, Heather Lehr. Jane Austen. Philadelphia: Chelsea, 2004.


Wainwright, Valerie. “On Being Un/reasonable: Mansfield Park and the Limits of Persuasion.” English 53 (2004): 93-116.


Wheeler, David. “Jane Austen and 18th-Century English Spa Culture.” English Studies 85 (2004): 120-33.


Wilson, Kim. Tea with Jane Austen. Madison: Jones, 2004.


Winborn, Colin. The Literary Economy of Jane Austen and George Crabbe. Burlington, VT: Ashgate, 2004.


Wolf, Amy. “Epistolarity, Narrative, and the Fallen Woman in Mansfield Park.” Eighteenth-Century Fiction 16 (2004): 265-85.


Wu, Duncan. “Bonfire of Her Vanities.” Independent 18 May 2004: 14-15.


Young-hee, Kim. “Conditions of Literary Translation in Korea.” Korea Journal 44 (2004): 235-47.


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