PERSUASIONS ON-LINE V.32, NO.1 (Winter 2011)

Jane Austen Bibliography, 2007

Deborah Barnum


Deborah Barnum (email: is a former law librarian, now a bookseller of fine and collectible books, the Regional Coordinator for the JASNA Vermont Region, and an inveterate reader and collector of bibliographies.


This Bibliography has five sections:

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

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

  3. Studies:  biographical, critical, and interpretive works

  4. Dissertations:  a select, not exhaustive list of works specifically on Austen

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

Explanatory notes are at the end of the document.



1. Austen Editions


Austen, Jane. The Beautifull Cassandra (Audiobook). Narr. Joanne Forman. Victoria, CAN: User Friendly Music, 2007. CD.


_____. Best of Jane Austen (Audiobook). Narr. Anna Massey, Joanna Lumley, and Belinda Lang. London: CSA Word, 2007. CD.


_____. The Complete Novels of Jane Austen. Ware, UK: Wordsworth, 2007.


_____. Emma (Audiobook). Narr. Angharad Rees. BBC Audiobook, 2007. CD.


_____. Jane Austen: Seven Novels. New York: Barnes & Noble, 2007.


_____. Jane Austen: The Complete Novels. Illus. Hugh Thomson. London: CRW, 2007. Collector’s Library Editions.


_____. Mansfield Park (Audiobook). Narr. Juliet Stevenson. Redhill, Surrey, UK: Naxos, 2007. CD.


_____. Persuasion (Audiobook). Narr. Juliet Stevenson. Redhill, Surrey, UK: Naxos, 2007. CD.


_____. Pride and Prejudice. Minneapolis: Bethany, 2007.


_____. Sanditon and The Watsons: Austen’s Unfinished Novels. Mineola, NY: Dover, 2007.


_____. Sense and Sensibility (Audiobook). Narr. Annette Crosbie. BBC Audiobook, 2007. CD


_____. The Watsons. Fwd. Kate Atkinson. London: Hesperus, 2007.


_____. The Winchester Austen [6 Novels]. Introd. John Wilshire, Maggie Lane, Caroline Sanderson, and Josephine Ross. Cambridge: Worth, 2007. All novels published individually: Emma, Mansfield Park, Northanger Abbey, Persuasion, Pride and Prejudice, and Sense and Sensibility. Introduction: “Modern Interpretations” (Wiltshire); “Regency Life” (Lane); “Geographical Settings” (Sanderson); “A Modern Perspective” (Ross).


Austen, Jane, and Charles Dickens. Two Histories of England. Introd. David Starkey. 2006. New York: Ecco, 2007.


Hunt, Sylvia, et al., eds. Jane Austen’s Men. By Jane Austen. Illus. Juliet McMaster. Sydney, NSW: Juvenilia, 2007. Includes “The Adventures of Mr. Harley,” “Sir William Mountague,” “Memoirs of Mr. Clifford,” and “The Generous Curate.”


Shapard, David M., ed. The Annotated Pride and Prejudice. By Jane Austen. 2004. New York: Anchor, 2007.




Note the following publication of multiple novels by these publishers in 2007:


Ewell: HV Classics, 2007. Pride and Prejudice, Emma, Mansfield Park, Northanger Abbey, Persuasion.


New York: Vintage Classics, 2007. Sense and Sensibility, Mansfield Park, Emma.


Richmond [UK]: OneWorld Classics, 2007. Emma, Pride and Prejudice.

2. Austen Circle

Lefroy, Anne. The Letters of Mrs Lefroy: Jane Austen’s Beloved Friend. Ed. Helen Lefroy and Gavin Turner. Winchester: Jane Austen Society, 2007.

3. Austen Studies

Ailwood, Sarah. “‘What are men to rocks and mountains?’ Romanticism in Joe Wright’s Pride & Prejudice.” Persuasions On-Line 27.2 (2007). Web.

Anderson, Kathleen. “The Offending Pig: Determinism in the Focus Features Pride & Prejudice.” Persuasions On-Line 27.2 (2007). Web.

Anderson, Kathleen, and Tiffany VonderBecke. “Walking a Path toward Marriage in Persuasion.” Persuasions On-Line 28.1 (2007). Web.

Azerêdo, Genilda. “Diarmuid Lawrence’s Adaptation of Jane Austen’s Emma: Expressive Montage, Class Distinctions and Irony.” Graphos: Revista Da Pós-Graduação Em Letras (GraphosR) 9.1 (2007): 57-66.

Baker, William. “Jane Austen Once More.” Studies in the Novel 39.3 (2007): 357-67. A review of various Austen-related titles.

Bakshi, Kaustav. “‘How Many People’s Happiness Were in His Guardianship!’ A Postcolonial Reading of the Representation of Fitzwilliam Darcy in Pride and Prejudice.” Journal of the Department of English (Calcutta, India) 34.1-2 (2007-08): 129-42.

Bander, Elaine. “‘Of Very Important, Very Recordable Events’: Emma Reads Emma.” Persuasions On-Line 28.1 (2007). Web.

Barchas, Janine. “Very Austen: Accounting for the Language of Emma.” Nineteenth-Century Literature 62.3 (2007): 303-38.

Barman, Jean. “British Columbia in Jane Austen’s Time.” Persuasions 29 (2007): 39-53.

Battaglia, Beatrice. “The Reception of Jane Austen in Italy.” Mandal and Southam 205-23.

Bautz, Annika. “Early Nineteenth-Century Readers of Jane Austen.” Literature Compass 4.5 (2007): 1412-37.

_____. The Reception of Jane Austen and Walter Scott: A Comparative Longitudinal Study. London: Continuum, 2007.

_____. “The Reception of Jane Austen in Germany.” Mandal and Southam 94-116.

Becker, Howard S. “Jane Austen: The Novel as Social Analysis.” Telling about Society. Chicago: U of Chicago P, 2007. 238-51. Chicago Guides to Writing, Editing, and Publishing.

Bell, David H. “Fun with Frank and Jane: Austen on Detective Fiction.” Persuasions On-Line 28.1 (2007). Web.

Bermingham, Ann. “The Cottage Ornee: Sense, Sensibility, and the Picturesque.” Historical Boundaries, Narrative Forms: Essays on British Literature in the Long Eighteenth Century in Honor of Everett Zimmerman. Ed. Lorna Clymer and Robert Mayer. Newark: U of Delaware P, 2007. 215-24.

Bild, Aída Díaz. “Still the Great Forgotten? The Reception of Jane Austen in Spain.” Mandal and Southam 188-204.

Billi, Mirella. “Re-Canonizing the Eighteenth Century: Literary Rewritings and Filmic Adaptations of Austen’s Novels.” Ripensare Il Canone: La Litteratura Inglese e Angloamerica. Ed. Gianfranca Balestra and Giovanna Mochi. Rome: Artemide, 2007. 85-94.

Biro, George, and James H. Leavesley. What Killed Jane Austen? And Other Medical Mysteries, Marvels and Mayhem. Stroud: Tempus, 2007.

Bjarnason, Palma. “‘Worth Looking At’: Performance Prowess in Emma’s Scenes of Dance.” Persuasions 29 (2007): 145-54.

Blackall, Jean Frantz. “Valorizing the Commonplace: Harper Lee’s Response to Jane Austen.” On Harper Lee: Essays and Reflections. Ed. Alice Hall Petry. Knoxville: U of Tennessee P, 2007. 19-34.

Booth, Wayne C. “Control of Distance in Jane Austen’s Emma.” 1961. Stafford 101-21.

Bottomer, Phyllis Ferguson. So Odd a Mixture: Along the Autistic Spectrum in Pride and Prejudice. London: Kingsley, 2007.

_____. “A Speech Language Pathologist Journeys to Highbury.” Persuasions 29 (2007): 155-66.

Boulukos, George E. “The Politics of Silence: Mansfield Park and the Amelioration of Slavery.” Novel: A Forum on Fiction 39.3 (2006): 361-83.

Bour, Isabelle. “The Reception of Jane Austen in France: The Later Nineteenth Century, 1830–1900.” Mandal and Southam 34-53.

_____. “The Reception of Jane Austen in France in the Modern Period, 1901–2004: Recognition at Last?” Mandal and Southam 54-73.

_____. “The Reception of Jane Austen’s Novels in France and Switzerland: The Early Years, 1813–1828.” Mandal and Southam 12-33.

Bove, Alexander. “The ‘Unbearable Realism of a Dream’: On the Subject of Portraits in Austen and Dickens.” ELH 74.3 (2007): 655-79.

Bray, Joe. “The ‘Dual Voice’ of Free Indirect Discourse: A Reading Experiment.” Language and Literature 16.1 (2007): 37-52. The reader’s response to free indirect discourse in Charlotte Smith’s Marchmont as compared to Austen’s Pride and Prejudice.

Brown, Susan, et al. “An Introduction to The Orlando Project.” Tulsa Studies in Women’s Literature 26.1 (2007): 127-34.

Burns, Margie. “George and Georgiana: Symmetries and Antitheses in Pride and Prejudice.” Persuasions 29 (2007): 227-33. Also on the Web.

Butler, Marilyn. Jane Austen. Oxford: Oxford UP, 2007. Very Interesting People Ser.

Byrne, Sandie. “The Language of Jane Austen’s Proposal Scenes.” Female Spectator 11.2 (2007): 1-4.

Bystydzienska, Grazyna. “The Reception of Jane Austen in Poland.” Mandal and Southam 319-33.

Camden, Jen. “Sex and the Scullery: The New Pride & Prejudice.” Persuasions On-Line 27.2 (2007). Web.

Campbell, Shannon E. “Apples and Apple-Blossom Time (Wherein Jane Austen’s Reputation for Meticulous Observation Is Vindicated).” Persuasions 29 (2007): 89-98.

Canuel, Mark. “Jane Austen, the Romantic Novel, and the Importance of Being Wrong.” The Shadow of Death: Literature, Romanticism, and the Subject of Punishment. Princeton: Princeton UP, 2007. 81-114.

Caplan, Clive. “Naval Aspects of Persuasion.” JAS Report (2007): 34-41.

Carretero González, Margarita, and Maria Elena Rodríguez Martín. “From Austenmania to Firthmania, or How Mr. Darcy Changed.” Proceedings of the 30th International Conference of AEDEAN. Ed. María Losada Friend et al. Huelva, Spain: Universidad de Huelva, 2007.

Chan, Mary M. “Location, Location, Location: The Spaces of Pride & Prejudice.” Persuasions On-Line 27.2 (2007). Web.

Chawton House Library. Female Spectator. Vol. 10.4; Vol. 11.1-3 (2007). Ed. Gillian Dow, Helen Scott (10.4–11.2), and Jacqui Grainger (11.3). Alton, Hampshire, UK: Chawton House Library, 2007.

Clausson, Nils. “Romancing Manchester: Class, Gender, and the Conflicting Genres of Elizabeth Gaskell’s North and South.” Gaskell Journal 21 (2007): 1-20.

Cleere, Eileen. “Homeland Security: Political and Domestic Economy in Hannah More’s Coelebs in Search of a Wife.” ELH 74.1 (2007): 1-25.

“Collecting Jane: As Pride and Prejudice is Named as the Book Britons Can’t Live Without, and as Becoming Jane is Released, Rare Offers an Austen Collector’s Guide.” Rare Book Review 370 (2007): 12-13.

Collingwood, R. G. “Jane Austen (1921).” The Philosophy of Enchantment: Studies in Folktale, Cultural Criticism, and Anthropology. Ed. David Boucher, Wendy James and Philip Smallwood. 2005. Oxford: Clarendon, 2007. 21-33.

_____. “Jane Austen (?1934).” The Philosophy of Enchantment: Studies in Folktale, Cultural Criticism, and Anthropology. Ed. David Boucher, Wendy James, Philip Smallwood. 2005. Oxford: Clarendon, 2007. 33-48.

Collins, Irene. Jane Austen: The Parson’s Daughter. 1998. London: Continuum, 2007.

Coote, Bill. “Jane Austen and the World of Medicine.” Sensibilities 35 (2007): 5-26.

Corley, T. A. B. “Jane Austen’s Head Teacher in Love Triangle.” JAS Report (2007): 96-103.

Cummins, Nicola. “‘A Nervous Man, Easily Depressed’: What Is Wrong with Mr. Woodhouse?” Persuasions On-Line 28.1 (2007). Web.

Day, Malcolm. Voices from the World of Jane Austen. Newton Abbot, Devon: David & Charles, 2007.

Dilley, Whitney Crothers. “Opposition and Resolution in Sense and Sensibility.” The Cinema of Ang Lee: The Other Side of the Screen. London: Wallflower, 2007. 85-100.

DiPaolo, Marc. Emma Adapted: Jane Austen’s Heroine from Book to Film. New York: Lang, 2007.

Dole, Carol M. “Jane Austen and Mud: Pride & Prejudice (2005), British Realism, and the Heritage Film.” Persuasions On-Line 27.2 (2007). Web.

Durgan, Jessica. “Framing Heritage: The Role of Cinematography in Pride & Prejudice.” Persuasions On-Line 27.2 (2007). Web.

Dussinger, John. “Desire: Emma in Love.” 1990. Stafford 169-88.

Emsley, Sarah. “The Tragic Action of Mansfield Park.” Persuasions On-Line 28.1 (2007). Web.

Ferguson, Frances. “Jane Austen, Emma and the Impact of Form.” 2000. Stafford 293-314.

Fleming, Carolyn, and Jack Fleming. “Jane Austen 1775-1817.” Thinking Places: Where Great Ideas Were Born. Victoria, BC: Trafford, 2007. 65-73.

Foertsch, Jacqueline. “What We Read: Lesbian, Gay, and Feminist Approaches to Fiction.” Conflict and Counterpoint in Lesbian, Gay, and Feminist Studies. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2007. 79-132. Chapter 4 surveys Jane Austen and Henry James criticism from the feminist, gay, and lesbian perspectives.

Ford, Susan Allen. “Reading Elegant Extracts in Emma: Very Entertaining!” Persuasions On-Line 28.1 (2007). Web.

Fowler, Karen Joy. “What Would Jane Cut?” Persuasions 29 (2007): 169-73. Also on the Web.

Franklin, Caroline. “‘Seldom Safely Enjoyed by Those Who Enjoyed It Completely’: Byron’s Poetry, Austen’s Prose and Forms of Narrative Irony.” Romanticism and Form. Ed. Alan Rawes. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2007. 171-91.

Fry, Carrol L. “‘The Hunger of the Imagination’: Discordia Concors in Emma.” Persuasions 29 (2007): 209-16.

Garson, Marjorie. “Resources and Performance: Mansfield Park and Emma.” Moral Taste: Aesthetics, Subjectivity and Social Power in the Nineteenth-Century Novel. Toronto: U of Toronto P, 2007. 114-72.

Garvie, Elizabeth. “Becoming Elizabeth.” Sensibilities 35 (2007): 66-73.

Gay, Penny. “Jane Fairfax and the ‘She-tragedies’ of the Eighteenth Century.” Persuasions 29 (2007): 121-31.

George, Lianne. “The Opposite of Sex: Why We Are Obsessed with Jane Austen and Regency-Era Romance.” Maclean’s 3 Aug. 2007. Web.

Giangrego, Elizabeth. “Jane Austen Goes to the Dentist.” CDS Review July-Aug. (2007): 20-21. Also on the Web.

Goggin, Joyce. “ Pride and Prejudice Reloaded: Navigating the Space of Pemberley.” Persuasions On-Line 27.2 (2007). Web.

Gollay, Rachel. “‘The Most Determined Flirt’: The Dynamics of Romantic Uncertainty in Joe Wright’s Pride & Prejudice.” Persuasions On-Line 27.2 (2007). Web.

Goodfellow, Michael. “Intimacy in Mansfield Park.” Persuasions On-Line 28.1 (2007). Web.

Grenberg, Jeanine. “Courageous Humility in Jane Austen’s Mansfield Park.” Social Theory and Practice 33.4 (2007): 645-66.

Hall, Lynda A. “Jane Fairfax’s Choice: The Sale of Human Flesh or Human Intellect.” Persuasions On-Line 28.1 (2007). Web.

Hamilton, Ross. Accident: A Philosophical and Literary History. Chicago: U of Chicago P, 2007. Chapter 8, “Altered States,” has a section on Austen and Persuasion.

Hanly, Margaret Ann Fitzpatrick. “Object Loss, Renewed Mourning, and Psychic Change in Jane Austen’s Persuasion.” International Journal of Psychoanalysis 88.4 (2007): 1001-17.

Hare, Isabella. “Northanger Abbey Ungothicised.” Transactions 18 (2007): 18-26.

Harris, Jocelyn. “Jane Austen, Jane Fairfax, and Jane Eyre.” Persuasions 29 (2007): 99-109.

_____. A Revolution Almost Beyond Expression: Jane Austen’s Persuasion. Newark: U of Delaware P, 2007.

Hartley, Carol. “The Seven Ages of Jane.” JAS Report (2007): 53-66.

Henry, Anne C. “Rereading Austen.” Cambridge Quarterly 36.4 (2007): 374-81. Review of The Cambridge Edition of the Works of Jane Austen (2005).

Himmelfarb, Gertrude. “Jane Austen: The Education of Emma.” The Moral Imagination. Chicago: Dee, 2006. 25-35.

Hirono, Yamiko. “‘Iyana Onna’ No Zōkei: Jein Ōsutin vs. Jōji Eriotto.” Eigo Seinen/Rising Generation (EigoS) 153.3 (2007): 132-33.

Hubbard, Amy, ed. The Complete Guide to Teaching Jane Austen [Masterpiece Theatre]. Boston: WGBH Educational Foundation, 2007.

Hurst, Jane. “Mrs. Jane Papillon’s Home?” JAS Report (2007): 94-95.

Ikeda, Yuko. “Sensibility and Female Landscape in Jane Austen’s Sense and Sensibility and Persuasion.” Kumamoto Daigaku Eigo Eibungaku/Kumamoto Studies in English Language and Literature 50 (2007): 87-103.

“Jane Austen, Pop-Culture Phenom.” Newsweek 3 Aug. 2007: 70-71.

Jane Austen Society. NewsLetter: The Jane Austen Society (2007). Ed. David Selwyn.

_____. Report for 2007 (2007). Ed. David Selwyn. Essays are individually cited.

Jane Austen Society (Kent). Austentations 7 (2007). Ed. Averil Clayton.

Jane Austen Society (Midlands). “Northanger Abbey: The Allure of the Gothic.” Transactions 18 (2007). Ed. Dawn Thomas. Select essays are individually cited.

Jane Austen Society of Australia. JASA Chronicle (2007). Ed. Helen Malcher.

_____. Sensibilities 34 and 35 (2007). Ed. Helen Malcher.

Jane Austen Society of North America. JASNA News (2007). Ed. Carol. L. Pippin.

_____. Joe Wright’s Pride & Prejudice (2005). Ed. Susan Allen Ford and Jen Camden. Spec. issue of Persuasions: The Jane Austen Journal On-Line 27.2 (2007). Web. Essays are individually cited.

_____. Persuasions: The Jane Austen Journal 29 (2007). Ed. Susan Allen Ford. Essays are individually cited. Table of Contents on the Web.

_____. Persuasions: The Jane Austen Journal On-Line 28.1 (2007). Ed. Susan Allen Ford. Web. Essays are individually cited.

Jelinkova, Ema. “Jane Austen and the Blissful Amnesia in Northanger Abbey.” BRNO Studies in English 32 (2006): 123-28. Also on the Web.

Johnson, Claudia. “Woman, Lovely Woman, Reigns Alone.” 1988. Stafford 123-47.

Jones, Chris. “Jane Austen and the Public Sphere.” Literature Compass 3.3 (2006): 429-43.

Jukic, Tatjana. “Between Bath and Bosnia: Jane Austen and Croatian Culture.” Mandal and Southam 274-89.

Kaplan, Laurie. “Inside Out/Outside In: Pride & Prejudice on Film 2005.” Persuasions On-Line 27.2 (2007). Web.

Kendra, April Nixon. “‘You, Madam, Are No Jane Austen’: Mrs. Gore and the Anxiety of Influence.” Nineteenth-Century Gender Studies 3.2 (2007). Web.

Kenney, Theresa. “‘And I Am Changed Also’: Mr. Knightley’s Conversion to Amiability.” Persuasions 29 (2007): 110-20.

Kilroy, James F. “Protecting the Family: Mansfield Park and Lodore.” The Nineteenth-Century English Novel: Family Ideology and Narrative Form. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2007. 35-78.

Kirk, Connie Ann. A Student’s Guide to Jane Austen. Berkeley Heights: Enslow, 2007.

Kitsi-Mitakou, Katerina, and Maria Vara. “The Reception of Jane Austen in Greece.” Mandal and Southam 224-38.

Koljevic, Svetozar. “Jane Austen in Serbia, 1929—2000.” Mandal and Southam 290-303.

Kramp, Michael. Disciplining Love: Austen and the Modern Man. Columbus: Ohio State UP, 2007.

Kreisel, Deanna K. “Where Does the Pleasure Come From? The Marriage Plot and Its Discontents in Jane Austen’s Emma.” Persuasions 29 (2007): 217-26.

Le Faye, Deirdre. “Imaginary Portraits of Jane Austen.” JAS Report (2007): 42-52. Includes 20 plates of images.

_____. “Jane Austen: Her Biographies and Biographers—or ‘Conversations Minutely Repeated.’” JAS Report (2007): 18-33.

_____. Jane Austen’s Steventon. Chawton: Jane Austen Society, 2007.

Leal, Amy. “Dressing Literary History.” Chronicle of Higher Education 3 Aug. 2007: B5.

Lefroy, Helen. “Silkmaking and Papermaking in Hampshire.” JAS Report (2007): 90-93.

Leitch, Thomas M. Film Adaptation and Its Discontents: From Gone with the Wind to The Passion of the Christ. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins UP, 2007. A number of lengthy references to film adaptations of Jane Austen.

Litvak, Joseph. “Reading Characters: Self, Society and Text in Emma.” 1985. Stafford 149-67.

Lock, Charles. “Everybody’s Dear.” Essays in Criticism 57.1 (2007): 81-92. Review of Sutherland, Jane Austen’s Textual Lives (2005).

MacDonald, Andrew, and Gina MacDonald. “Jane Austen versus the Corporations.” Sensibilities 35 (2007): 105-29.

Mandal, Anthony. Jane Austen and the Popular Novel: The Determined Author. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2007.

Mandal, Anthony, and Brian Southam, eds. The Reception of Jane Austen in Europe. New York: Continuum, 2007. Essays are individually cited.

Mandal, Anthony, and Paul Barnaby. “Timeline: European Reception of Jane Austen.” Mandal and Southam xxi-xxxvi.

Mantel, Hilary. “Jane Austen.” Literary Genius: 25 Classic Writers Who Define English and American Literature. Ed. Joseph Epstein. Illus. Barry Moser. Philadelphia: Paul Dry, 2007. 75-85.

Markovits, Stefanie. “Jane Austen and the Happy Fall.” SEL: Studies in English Literature 1500-1900 47.4 (2007): 779-97.

Martin, Lydia. “Jane Austen on Screen: Deference and Divergence.” Literary Intermediality: The Transit of Literature through the Media Circuit. Ed. Maddalena Pennacchia Punzi. Bern: Lang, 2007. 65-81.

_____. “Joe Wright’s Pride & Prejudice: From Classicism to Romanticism.” Persuasions On-Line 27.2 (2007). Web.

Matajc, Vanesa. “A Hidden but Prestigious Voice: Jane Austen’s Fiction in Slovenia.” Mandal and Southam 257-73.

Mathews, Peter. “An Open Invitation, or How to Read the Ethics of Austen’s Pride and Prejudice.” Persuasions 29 (2007): 245-54.

McDonald, Kelly M. “Edward Austen’s Emma Reads Emma.” Persuasions 29 (2007): 234-39.

McGuinness, Frank. “Jane Austen in Ireland, 1845.” Irish University Review 37 (2007): 291-301. A short story.

McMaster, Juliet. “Emma: The Geography of a Mind.” Persuasions 29 (2007): 26-38.

Measham, Donald. Jane Austen and the Polite Puzzle. [Author]: Lulu, 2007.

Mitric, Ana. “Jane Austen and Civility: A Distant Reading.” Persuasions 29 (2007): 194-208. Also on the Web.

Mitton, G. E. Jane Austen and Her Times, 1775-1817. 1905. New York: Barnes & Noble, 2007.

Monaghan, David. “Reinventing Fanny Price: Patricia Rozema’s Thoroughly Modern Mansfield Park.” Mosaic 40.3 (2007): 85-101.

Morini, Massimiliano. “Say What You Mean, Mean What You Say: A Pragmatic Analysis of the Italian Translations of Emma.” Language and Literature 16.1 (2007): 5-19.

_____. “Who Evaluates Whom and What in Jane Austen’s Novels?” Style 41.4 (2007): 409-33.

Mortensen, Peter. “‘Unconditional Surrender’? Jane Austen’s Reception in Denmark.” Mandal and Southam 117-31.

Mudure, Mihaela. “Jane Austen: Persuading Romanian Readerships and Audiences.” Mandal and Southam 304-18.

Mullan, John. Anonymity: A Secret History of English Literature. Princeton: Princeton UP, 2007.

_____. “How People Look in Jane Austen.” JAS Report (2007): 120-27.

Murase, Tomoko. “Jane Austen’s Authorial Intention in Persuasion.” Kumamoto Daigaku Eigo Eibungaku/Kumamoto Studies in English Language and Literature (KSELL) 50 (2007): 105-27.

Murphy, Terence Patrick. “Monitored Speech: The ‘Equivalence’ Relation between Direct and Indirect Speech in Jane Austen and James Joyce.” Narrative 15.1 (2007): 24-39.

Murray, Douglas. “Jane Austen’s ‘passion for taking likenesses’: Portraits of the Prince Regent in Emma.” Persuasions 29 (2007): 132-44.

Nagle, Christopher C. “The Social Work of Persuasion: Austen and the New Sensorium.” Sexuality and the Culture of Sensibility in the British Romantic Era. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2007. 97-118.

Nandrea, Lorri G. “Difference and Repetition in Persuasion.” Studies in the Novel 39.1 (2007): 48-64.

Neill, Edward. “‘What Edward Promises He Will Perform’: ‘How to Do Things with Words’ in Sense and Sensibility.” Textual Practice 21.1 (2007): 113-34.

Nepomnyashchy, Catharine. “Jane Austen in Russia: Hidden Presence and Belated Boom.” Mandal and Southam 334-49.

Nord, Deborah Epstein. “Outward Bound.” Nineteenth-Century Gender Studies 3.2 (2007). Web. A discussion of Austen’s work, among others, in the author’s argument for the primacy of anti-domestic impulses in 19th-century women’s fiction.

Nowak, Tenille. “Regina Maria Roche’s ‘Horrid’ Novel: Echoes of Clermont in Jane Austen’s Northanger Abbey.” Persuasions 29 (2007): 184-93.

Null, Linda. “Where the Sun Never Sets: Jane Austen’s Imperialistic Characters.” TPB 44 (2007): 6.

Palmer, Sally B. Little Women at Longbourn: The Re-Wrighting of Pride and Prejudice.” Persuasions On-Line 27.2 (2007). Web.

Paquet-Deyris, Anne-Marie. “Staging Intimacy and Interiority in Joe Wright’s Pride & Prejudice (2005).” Persuasions On-Line 27.2 (2007). Web.

Penney, Christine. “Notes on Sales 2007.” JAS Report (2007): 110-20.

Phelan, James. “Jane Austen’s Experiment in Narrative Comedy: The Beginning and Early Middle of Persuasion.” Experiencing Fiction: Judgments, Progressions, and the Rhetorical Theory of Narrative. Columbus: Ohio State UP, 2007. 27-50.

Phillips, Angus. “Media File: Jane Austen Gets a Makeover.” LOGOS: Journal of the World Book Community 18.2 (2007): 82-85.

Pipping, Git Claesson, and Eleanor Wikborg. “Jane Austen’s Reception in Sweden: Irony as Criticism and Literary Value.” Mandal and Southam 152-68.

Pugh, Bridget. “Quite Unlike the Home Life of Our Dear Jane Austen.” Transactions 18 (2007): 8-17.

Quill and Brush. Jane Austen: Author Price Guide. Dickerson, MD: Quill and Brush, 2007.

Quinn, Vincent. “Jane Austen, Queer Theory and the Return of the Author.” Women: A Cultural Review 18.1 (2007): 57-83.

Raff, Sarah. “‘Procrastination,’ Melancholia, and the Prehistory of Persuasion.” Persuasions 29 (2007): 174-79.

Ray, Joan Klingel. “The One-Sided Romance of Jane Austen and Tom Lefroy.” Persuasions On-Line 28.1 (2007). Web.

Regis, Pamela. “The Best Romance Novel Ever Written: Pride and Prejudice 1813.” A Natural History of the Romance Novel. 2003. Philadelphia: U of Pennsylvania P, 2007. 75-84.

Robinson, Peter. “Captain Benwick’s Reading.” Essays in Criticism 57.2 (2007): 147-70.

Roche, David. “Books and Letters in Joe Wright’s Pride & Prejudice (2005): Anticipating the Spectator’s Response through the Thematization of Film Adaptation.” Persuasions On-Line 27.2 (2007). Web.

Rogers, Christine. “Dances in Jane Austen’s Novels.” English Dance and Song 69.3 (2007): 20-21.

Rogers, Deborah D. “The Matrophobic Metagothic: Jane Austen’s Northanger Abbey.” The Matrophobic Gothic and Its Legacy: Sacrificing Mothers in the Novel and in Popular Culture. New York: Lang, 2007. 65-71.

Romero González, Tanya. “La Intertextualidad en Atonement de Ian McEwan.” Proceedings of the 30th International Conference of AEDEAN. Ed. Maria Losada Friend et al. Huelva, Spain: Universidad de Huelva, 2007.

Roth, Barry. “Jane Austen Bibliography for 2006.” Persuasions On-Line 28.1 (2007). Web.

_____. “Jane Austen Studies 2006.” JAS Report (2007): 103-10.

Sabor, Peter, ed. The Cambridge Companion to Frances Burney. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2007.

Sait, Jim. “Jane Austen’s Shapely Turns.” Sensibilities 35 (2007): 27-47.

Scheuermann, Mona. “Truths Universally Acknowledged: Social Commentary in Mansfield Park.” Age of Johnson 18 (2007): 291-329.

Seeber, Barbara K. “A Bennet Utopia: Adapting the Father in Pride and Prejudice.” Persuasions On-Line 27.2 (2007). Web.

Seidl, Monika. “Framing Colin: The Adaptation of Classics and Colin Firth as Mr. Darcy and after Mr. Darcy.” Intermedialities. Ed. Werner Huber, Evelyne Keitel, and Gunter Sub. Trier, Ger.: Wissenschaftlicher Verlag Trier, 2007. 37-49.

Séllei, Nóra. “Jane Austen: Our Contemporary in Hungary.” Mandal and Southam 239-56.

Singer, Josephine. “Fanny and the Beatitudes.” Persuasions On-Line 28.1 (2007). Web.

Sørbø , Marie Nedregotten. “Jane Austen and Norway: Sharing the Long Road to Recognition.” Mandal and Southam 132-51.

Southam, Brian. “Emma: England, Peace, and Patriotism.” 2000. Stafford 269-91.

_____. Jane Austen: A Students’ Guide to the Later Manuscript Works. London: Concord, 2007.

Spence, Jon, and Susannah Fullerton. “An Austen Dialogue.” Sensibilities 35 (2007): 97-104.

Sperlinger, Tom. “Jane Austen’s Curiosity.” JAS Report (2007): 67-78.

Spurr, David. “La Frivolité Chez Jane Austen.” Poétique 152 (2007): 387-401.

Stabler, Jane. “Jane Austen and Caricature.” Nineteenth Century Studies 21 (2007): 1-18.

Stafford, Fiona J., ed. Jane Austen’s Emma: A Casebook. Oxford: Oxford UP, 2007. Essays are individually cited.

Stasio, Michael J., and Kathryn Duncan. “An Evolutionary Approach to Jane Austen: Prehistoric Preferences in Pride and Prejudice.” Studies in the Novel 39.2 (2007): 133-46.

Steele, Eliazbeth Jane. “I’ll Tell You What about Mansfield Park.” Persuasions 29 (2007): 180-83.

Stewart-Beer, Catherine. “Style over Substance? Pride & Prejudice (2005) Proves Itself a Film for Our Time.” Persuasions On-Line 27.2 (2007). Web.

Stove, Judy. “Instruction With Amusement: Jane Austen’s Women of Sense.” Renascence 60.1 (2007): 3-16.

Stovel, Bruce. “The New Emma in Emma.” Persuasions On-Line 28.1 (2007). Web.

Stovel, Nora Foster. “An Invitation to the Dance and a Proposal of Marriage: Jane Austen’s Emma and Two Film Adaptations.” Persuasions On-Line 28.1 (2007). Web.

Sturrock, Jane. “‘I Am Rather a Talker’: Speech and Silence in Emma.” Persuasions On-Line 28.1 (2007). Web.

Sullivan, Margaret C. The Jane Austen Handbook: A Sensible Yet Elegant Guide to Her World. Philadelphia: Quirk, 2007.

Sutherland, Kathryn. Jane Austen’s Textual Lives: From Aeschylus to Bollywood. 2005. Oxford: Oxford UP, 2007.

Tandy, Ann M. “ ‘Just What a Young Man Ought to Be’: The 2005 Pride & Prejudice and Transitional Ideas of Gentility.” Persuasions On-Line 27.2 (2007). Web.

Tanner, Tony. Jane Austen. Pref. Marilyn Gaull. 1986. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2007.

Tate, Margaret Watkins. “Resources for Solitude: Proper Self-Sufficiency in Jane Austen.” Philosophy and Literature 31.2 (2007): 323-43.

Thirion, Antoine. “Sentiment et Pensée.” Cahiers Du Cinema 619 (2007): 88. On Joe Wright’s 2005 Pride and Prejudice.

Thomas, Dawn. “Strawberry Tea at Shugborough (The Shugborough of 1805).” Transactions 18 (2007): 27-29.

Todd, Janet. “Anxiety of Emma.” Persuasions 29 (2007): 15-25.

Tomalin, Claire. Jane Austen: A Life. 1997. London: Penguin, 2007. Penguin Celebrations.

Trilling, Lionel. “Emma and the Legend of Jane Austen.” 1957. Stafford 83-100.

Troost, Linda V. “The Nineteenth-Century Novel on Film: Jane Austen.” The Cambridge Companion to Literature on Screen. Ed. Deborah Cartmell and Imelda Whelehan. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2007. 75-89.

Troost, Linda, and Sayre Greenfield. “Filming Highbury: Reducing the Community in Emma to the Screen.” 1999. Stafford 239-47.

Valihora, Karen. “Impartial Spectator Meets Picturesque Tourist: The Framing of Mansfield Park.” Eighteenth-Century Fiction 20.1 (2007): 89-114. Also on the Web.

Valle, Ellen. “The Reception of Jane Austen in Finland.” Mandal and Southam 169-87.

Villaseñor, Alice Marie. “Edward Austen Knight’s Godmersham Library and Jane Austen’s Emma.” Persuasions 29 (2007): 79-88.

Viveash, Chris. “Dr. Barne and the Austens.” JAS Report (2007): 81-89.

_____. “James Stanier Clarke and the Firebrand.” Persuasions 29 (2007): 240-44.

Wagner, Tamara. “Rewriting Sentimental Plots: Sequels to Novels of Sensibility by Jane Austen and Another Lady.” On Second Thought: Updating the Eighteenth-Century Text. Ed. Debra Taylor Bourdeau and Elizabeth Kraft. Newark: U of Delaware P, 2007. 210-44.

Wainwright, Valerie. “On Being Un/reasonable: Mansfield Park and the Limits of Persuasion.” Ethics and the English Novel from Austen to Forster. Burlington, VT: Ashgate, 2007. 59-84.

Wakefield, Sarah R. “How Masculinity Plays: Effects of Musicianship in the 1995 Film Adaptation of Sense and Sensibility.” Persuasions On-Line 28.1 (2007). Web.

Wald, Gayle. “Clueless in the Neo-Colonial World Order.” 2000. Stafford 249-68.

Waldron, Mary. “Men of Sense and Silly Wives: The Confusions of Mr. Knightley.” 1999. Stafford 215-37.

Wallace, Tara Ghoshal. “‘It Must Be Done in London’: The Suburbanization of Highbury.” Persuasions 29 (2007): 67-78. Also on the Web.

Warhol, Robyn R. “Narrative Refusals and Generic Transformation in Austen and James: What Doesn’t Happen in Northanger Abbey and The Spoils of Poynton.” Henry James Review 28.3 (2007): 259-68.

Warraq, Ibn. “Jane Austen and Slavery.” New English Review. July 2007. Web.

Watkin, Amy, ed. Jane Austen. New York: Bloom’s Literary Criticism, 2007. Bloom’s Classic Critical Views.

Wells, Juliette. “‘A Fearsome Thing to Behold’? The Accomplished Woman in Joe Wright’s Pride & Prejudice.” Persuasions On-Line 27.2 (2007). Web.

Wenner, Barbara Britton. “Exploring the World in Highbury.” Persuasions 29 (2007): 54-66.

Westman, Karin E. “Perspective, Memory, and Moral Authority: The Legacy of Jane Austen in J. K. Rowling’s Harry Potter.” Children’s Literature 35.1 (2007): 145-65.

Wilson, Margaret. “Lady Denham’s Chamber Horse.” JAS Report (2007): 79-81.

Wiltshire, John. “Emma: The Picture of Health.” 1992. Stafford 189-213.

_____. “‘The Inimitable Miss Larolles’: Frances Burney and Jane Austen.” A Celebration of Frances Burney. Ed. Lorna J. Clark. Fwd. Paula LaBeck Stepankowsky. Introd. Peter Sabor. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars, 2007. 218-26.

_____. “Mr. Darcy’s Smile.” Sensibilities 35 (2007): 48-61.

Woodworth, Megan A. “‘I am a gentleman’s daughter’? Translating Class from Austen’s Page to the Twenty-First-Century Screen.” Persuasions On-Line 27.2 (2007). Web.

Woolston, Jennifer Mary. “‘It’s not a put-down, Miss Bennet; it’s a category’: Andrew Black’s Chick Lit Pride and Prejudice.” Persuasions On-Line 28.1 (2007). Web.

Wootton, Sarah. “The Byronic in Jane Austen’s Persuasion and Pride and Prejudice.” Modern Language Review 102.1 (2007): 26-39.

Woudenberg, Maximiliaan van. “Going Dutch: The Reception of Jane Austen in the Low Countries.” Mandal and Southam 74-92.

Wylie, Judith. “‘Do you understand muslins, Sir?’: Fashioning Gender in Northanger Abbey.” Styling Texts: Dress and Fashion in Literature. Ed. Cynthia G. Kuhn and Cindy L. Carlson. Youngstown: Cambria, 2007. 129-48.

Zunshine, Lisa. “Why Jane Austen Was Different, and Why We May Need Cognitive Science to See It.” Style 41.3 (2007): 275-99. Also on the Web.

Zyngier, Sonia, Willie Van Peer, and Jemeljan Hakemulder. “Complexity and Foregrounding: In the Eye of the Beholder?” Poetics Today 28.4 (2007): 653-82.

4. Selected Dissertations

Cheshier, Laura Kay. “Symptomatic Identities, Lovesickness and the Nineteenth-Century British Novel.” Diss. Texas A&M U, 2006. DAIA 68.6 (2007): item DA3270718.

Collins Hanley, Kirstin M. “Redefining Didactic Traditions: Mary Wollstonecraft and Feminist Discourses of Appropriation, 1749-1847.” Diss. U of Pittsburgh, 2007. Web. Discusses Sense and Sensibility and Pride and Prejudice.

Conway, Kathleen. “ Educating the Self: Critical Reflection in the Novels of Jane Austen, Charlote Brontë, George Eliot.” Diss. St. John’s U, 2007. DAIA 68.2 (2007): item DA3252046.

Devine, Jodi A. “Epistolary Revelations: Reading Letters in Nineteenth-Century British Novels.” Diss. U of Delaware, 2007. ProQuest (2007): item 304860042. Web.

Himes, Amanda E. “Looking for Comfort: Heroines, Readers, and Jane Austen’s Novels.” Diss. Texas A&M U, 2007. DAIA 67: 12 (2007): item DA3246383.

Hong, Mary. “Telling Details: The Production of Knowledge in Austen, Eliot, and Conan Doyle.” Diss. John Hopkins U, 2007. DAIA 67: 11 (2007): item DA3240729.

Martin, Lydia. Les Adaptations a l’écran des Romans de Jane Austen: Esthétique et Idéologie. Diss. Aix-Marseille, 2006. Paris: L’Harmattan, 2007.

Oberman, Rachel Provenzano. “Inner Voices: Narrated Monologue and Narrative Voice in Jane Austen, George Eliot, and Virginia Woolf.” Diss. City U of New York, 2007. DAIA 67:12 (2007): item DA3245090.

Roberts, Katherine Cullen. “‘The Three Sisters’: Adapting a Short Story by Jane Austen for Solo Performance.” Thesis (M.F.A.). U of Texas at Austin, 2007.

Rohrbach, Emily. “Historiography of the Subject in Austen, Keats, and Byron.” Diss. Boston University, 2007. ProQuest (2007): item 304898603. Web.

Won, Young Seon. “Reading Books, Reading Life: The Cultural Practice and the Literary Representation of Reading in Jane Austen’s Time.” Diss. U of Nebraska, Lincoln, 2006. DAIA 67: 10 (2007): item DA3237387.

5. Popular Culture

Aston, Elizabeth. The Second Mrs. Darcy: A Novel. New York: Touchstone, 2007.

Austen, Jane, and Clare West. Pride and Prejudice, Level 6. Oxford: Oxford UP, 2007. Oxford Bookworms Library.

Barton, Helen. Jane Austen: A Literary Challenge. London: Worth, 2007.

Becoming Jane. Screenplay by Kevin Hood and Sarah Williams. Dir. Julian Jarrold. Perf. Anne Hathaway, James McAvoy, Julie Walters, James Cromwell, and Maggie Smith. Miramax Films, 2007. Film.

Brinton, Sybil G. Old Friends and New Fancies: An Imaginary Sequel to the Novels of Jane Austen. 1914. Naperville: Sourcebooks, 2007.

Campbell Webster, Emma. Lost in Austen: Create Your Own Jane Austen Adventure. New York: Riverhead, 2007. UK title: Being Elizabeth Bennet: Create Your Own Jane Austen Adventure (London: Atlantic, 2007).

Crick, Mark. “Tarragon Eggs à la Jane Austen.” Kafka’s Soup: A Complete History of World Literature in 17 Recipes. London: Granta, 2007. 10-15.

Danielson, Diane K., and Lindsey Pollak. The Savvy Gal’s Guide to Online Networking (or What Would Jane Austen Do?). [N.p.]:, 2007.

Dawkins, Jane. Letters from Pemberley: The First Year. Naperville: Sourcebooks, 2007.

_____. More Letters from Pemberley, 1814-1819: A Further Continuation of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice. Naperville: Sourcebooks, 2007.

Delman, Joan Ellen. Lovers’ Perjuries, Or, the Clandestine Courtship of Jane Fairfax and Frank Churchill: A Retelling of Jane Austen’s Emma. [Author], 2007.

Dews, Margaret, and J. Christine Fitton. Pruned and Prejudiced and Other Novel Verses: Based on Jane Austen’s Emma, Sense and Sensibility, Northanger Abbey, Persuasion, Mansfield Park, and Pride and Prejudice. [Huddersfield?]: Jeremy Mills / Jane Austen Society, Northern Branch, 2007.

Fforde, Jasper. Thursday Next: First Among Sequels. New York: Viking, 2007. A few good bits about Jane Austen.

Gill, Gene. Jest for Janeites: Cartoons. [New York]: JASNA-Greater New York Region, 2007.

Grange, Amanda. Captain Wentworth’s Diary. London: Hale, 2007.

_____. Mr. Darcy’s Diary. 2005. Naperville: Sourcebooks, 2007.

_____. Mr. Knightley’s Diary. New York: Berkley, 2007.

Hale, Shannon. Austenland: A Novel. New York: Bloomsbury, 2007.

Halstead, Helen. Mr. Darcy Presents His Bride: A Sequel to Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice. Berkeley: Ulysses, 2007.

Hannon, Patrice. 101 Things You Didn’t Know about Jane Austen: The Truth about the World’s Most Intriguing Literary Heroine. Avon: Adams Media, 2007.

_____. Dear Jane Austen: A Heroine’s Guide to Life and Love. 2005. New York: Plume, 2007.

Hiscott, Gillian, and Jane Austen. Mansfield Park: A Play. Northampton, UK: Jasper, 2007.

James, Syrie. The Lost Memoirs of Jane Austen. New York: Harper, 2007.

Jane Austen Address Book. New York: Potter Style, 2007.

The Jane Austen Book Club. Screenplay by Robin Swicord, based on the book by Karen Joy Fowler (2004). Dir. Robin Swicord. Prod. John Calley, Julie Lynn, and Diana Napper. Perf. Kathy Baker, Maria Bello, and Emily Blunt. Sony Pictures Classics, 2007. Film.

Jane Austen Journal. New York: Potter Style, 2007.

Jane Austen Note Cards. New York: Potter Style, 2007.

Kaye, Susan. Frederick Wentworth, Captain. Book 1. None But You. [Coeur D’Alene, ID]: Wytherngate, 2007.

Kelsall, Freda, and Jane Austen. Jane Austen’s Lady Susan: Adapted as a Play in Two Acts. Hebden Bridge: Bridge Cultural Services, 2007.

Moser, Nancy. Just Jane: A Novel of Jane Austen’s Life. Minneapolis: Bethany, 2007.

Newgarden, Anne, ed. Becoming Jane: The Wit and Wisdom of Jane Austen. New York: Miramax /Hyperion, 2007.

Odiwe, Jane. Lydia Bennet’s Story: A Sequel to Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice. Hertfordshire [UK]: Paintbox, 2007.

Potter, Alexandra. Me and Mr. Darcy: A Novel. New York: Ballantine, 2007.

Reynolds, Abigail. Impulse and Initiative: A Pride and Prejudice Variation. Madison: Intertidal, 2007.

_____. Without Reserve: A Pride and Prejudice Variation. Madison: Intertidal, 2007.

Rigler, Laurie Viera. Confessions of a Jane Austen Addict: A Novel. New York: Dutton, 2007.

Robbins, Trina, adapt. “Jane Austen’s Northanger Abbey.” Illus. Anne Timmons. Gothic Classics, Volume Fourteen. Ed. Tom Pomplun. Mount Horeb, WI: Eureka, 2007. 94-133. A graphic novel.

Shulman, Polly. Enthusiasm. 2006. New York: Putnam, 2007. Gr. 7-10. A modern updating of Pride and Prejudice.

Simonsen, Mary L. Pemberley Remembered. Peoria, AZ: TRC Castle Garden, 2007.

Slater, Maya. Mr. Darcy’s Diary. London: Weidenfeld, 2007.

Smith, Debra White. What Jane Austen Taught Me about Love and Romance. Eugene: Harvest, 2007.

Smith, Lori. A Walk with Jane Austen: A Journey into Adventure, Love, and Faith. Colorado Springs: WaterBrook, 2007.

Stowe, Sara, Jenny Thomas, and Martin Souter, perfs. Jane Austen Entertains. Hampshire, UK: Classical Communications, 2007. CD.

Ward, Eucharista. Illusions and Ignorance: Mary Bennet’s Story. Denver: Outskirts, 2007.

Whalan, Pamela, and Jane Austen. Mansfield Park: A Play, Adapted from Jane Austen’s Novel. Lindfield, NSW: JASA, 2007.

_____. Sense and Sensibility: A Play, Adapted from Jane Austen’s Novel. Lindfield, NSW: JASA, 2007.

Wilkes, Diane. Tarot of Jane Austen. Woodbury, MN: Llewellyn, 2007. Cards and book.

Notes on the Jane Austen Bibliography, 2007:

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

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 is 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 and 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 make note of this phenomenon 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 might look like a new work may actually be a reprint of an older work, and perhaps less expensive in its original edition.

By example I have put in this 2007 Bibliography the citation to the reprint of Jane Austen and Her Times 1775-1817, by G. E. Mitton, originally published in 1905 and reprinted in 2007 by Barnes & Noble [see under Studies].

5. Paperback reprints: these 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.

6. Popular Culture: this category includes sequels, continuations, adaptations (such as plays or graphic novels), 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 online and show a title and copyright page and an ISBN number.  Those having no place of publication or publisher noted are cited with “[Author], date” for the imprint.

7. Kindle / ebooks: if a work is an ebook only, it will not be cited in the bibliography.  This policy will be revisited as the ebook publication format becomes more popular.

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

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