Jane Austen, Works and Studies 1999. (Conference Papers)

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Jane Austen, Works and Studies 1999. (Conference Papers)


Roth, Barry, Persuasions: The Jane Austen Journal


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

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BARBER, NICOLA. Jane Austen. Writers in Britain. London: Evans, 1999.

BARRON, STEPHANIE. Jane and the Genius of the Place. Jane Austen Mystery 4. New York: Bantam, 1999.

BATE, JONATHAN. "Culture and Environment: From Austen to Hardy" New Literary History 30 (1999): 541-60.

BELL, KAREN. "The Stratford Season." Performing Arts & Entertainment in Canada 32 (Aug. 1999): 22-23.

BLACKALL, JEAN FRANTZ. "Eudora Welty: The Silent Mentors." American Literary Mentors. Ed. Irene C. Goldman-Price and Melissa McFarland Pennell. Gainesville: UP of Florida, 1999. 161-72.

BOWDEN, JEAN K. Hugh Thomson's Illustrations of Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice. Norwich: Jane Austen Memorial Trust and Jarrold, 1999.

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BROOKE, CHRISTOPHER, Jane Austen: Illusion and Reality. Rochester: Brewer, 1999.

CANTOR, PAUL A. "A Class Act: Persuasion and the Lingering Death of the Aristocracy" Philosophy and Literature 23 (1999): 127-37.

CHEREPON, L. H. "Jane Austen Information Page." Choice 36 (1999): 86-87.

CLAUSEN, CHRISTOPHER. "Jane Austen Changes Her Mind." American Scholar 68 (1999): 89-99.

CRICK, BRIAN. "Jane Austen on the 'Relative Situation': What Became of Mrs. Norris's 'Morally Impossible' in Mansfield Park." Critical Review 39 (1999): 77-106.

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DERRY, STEPHEN. "John Thorpe's 'Old Song' in Northanger Abbey." Notes and Queries ns 46 (1999): 28.

DONAHUE, DEIRDRE. "Our Love Affair with Jane Austen." USA Today 28 Oct. 1999: D9.

ELLIS, LORNA. "Seeing and 'Fit to Be Seen': Emma Woodhouse and Elizabeth Bennet." Appearing to Diminish. Female Development and the British Bildungsroman, 1750-1850. Lewisburg: Bucknell UP; Cranbury, NJ: Associated UP, 1999. 114-37.

ELSTER, JON. "Emotions before Psychology." Alchemies of the Mind: Rationality and the Emotions. New York: Cambridge UP, 1999. 48-138.

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EVANS, MARY. "A Good School Revisited." Women's Lives into Print: The Theory, Practice, and Writing of Feminist Auto/Biography. Ed. Pauline Polkey. New York: St. Martin's, 1999. 173-84.

EZARD, JOHN. "Empire Show Arouses Pride and Prejudice." Guardian 23 Aug. 1999: 30.

FOTT, DAVID. "Prudence and Persuasion: Jane Austen on Virtue in Democratizing Eras." Lamar Journal of the Humanities 24 (1999): 17-32.

FULFORD, TIM. "Romanticizing the Empire: The Naval Heroes of Southey, Coleridge, Austen, and Marryat." Modern Language Quarterly 60 (1999): 161-96.

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