Jane Austen, Bibliography for 2001

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Jane Austen, Bibliography for 2001


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ABBOTT, ROBERT. Jane Austen. Variation: A Beginner's Guide. London: Hodder & Stoughton Educational, 2001.

BARRON, STEPHANIE. Jane and the Prisoner of Wool House. Jane Austen Mystery 6. New York: Bantam, 2001.

BERNARD, CATHERINE. Pride and prujudice, Jane Austen: Dans l'oeil du paradoxe. Paris: Ellipses, 2001.

BRAY, JOE. "The Source of 'Dramatized Consciousness': Richardson, Austen, and Stylistic Influence." Style 35 (2001): 18-33.

BREUER, HORST. "Konversationssatire in James Joyce 'Wandering Rocks' (mit einem Seitenblick auf Jane Austen)." Erzahlen und Erzahlteorie im 20. Jahrhundert. Ed. Jorg Helbig. Heidelberg: Winter, 2001. 303-20.

BROWNSTEIN, RACHEL. "Personal Experience Paper." Personal Effects: The Social Character of Scholarly Writing. Ed. Deborah H. Holdstein and David Bleich. Logan, UT: Utah State UP, 2001. 220-31.

A Century of Wills from Jane Austen's Family, 1705-1806. Introductions by Jon Spence. Paddington, N. S. W.: Jane Austen Society of Australia, 2001.

COSSY, VALERIE. "An English Touch: Laurence Sterne, Jane Austen, et le roman sentimental en Suisse romande." Annales Benjamin Constant 25 (2001): 131-60.

DAMES, NICHOLAS. 'Austen's Nostalgics." Representations 73 (2001): 117-43.

DOODY, MARGARET ANNE. "'A Good Memory Is Unpardonable': Self, Love, and the Irrational Irritation of Memory." Eighteenth-Century Fiction 14 (2001): 67-94.

DUANE, ANNA MAE. "Confusions of Guilt and Complications of Evil: Hysteria and the High Price of Love at Mansfield Park." Studies in the Novel 33 (2001): 402-15.

DUNN, S. "Jane Austen in Egg Harbor; Dostoevsky in Wildwood, Poetry." Michigan Alumnus Quarterly Review 40 (2001): 501-4.

ECRSTUT, ARIELLE, AND DENNIS ASHTON. Pride & Promiscuity: The Lost Sex Scenes of Jane Austen. New York: Simon & Schuster, 200l.

EDGECOMBE, RODNEY S. "Change and Fixity in Sense and Sensibility." SEL: Studies in English Literature 41 (2001): 605-22.

FAWCETT, TREVOR. Bath Administer'd: Corporation Affairs at the 18th-Century Spa. Bath: Ruton, 200l.

FULLERTON, SUSANNAH, AND ANNE HARBERS. Jane Austen: Antipodean Views. Neutral Bay, N. S. W.: Wellington Lane, 2001.

GENG, LI-PING. "The Loiterer and Jane Austen's Literary Identity." Eighteenth-Century Fiction 13 (2001): 579-92.

GOLDSTEIN, PHILIP. "Feminism and Poststructuralist Criticism: The Reception of Pride and Prejudice." Communities of Cultural Value: Reception Study, Political Differences, and Literary History. Lanham, MD: Lexington, 2001. 83-111.

GRAY, DONALD, ed. Jane Austen, Pride and Prejudice: An Authoritative Text, Backgrounds and Sources, Criticism. 3rd ed. Norton Critical Ed. New York: Norton, 2001.

GROSS, GLORIA SYBIL. "In a Fast Coach with a Pretty Woman: Jane Austen and Samuel Johnson." Age of Johnson: A Scholarly Annual 12 (2001): 199-253.

HALE, JOHN K. "Austen's Emma." Explicator 59 (2001): 122-24.

HUNTLEY, DANA. "The Victorian Novel." British Heritage 22 (June-July 2001): 50-56.

HURST, JANE. Jane Austen and Alton. [Alton, Hants?]: J. Hurst, 2001.

"Jane Austen in Love." Victoria 15 (June 2001): 53.

The Jane Austen Society: Report for 2001. [Winchester]: Jane Austen Society, 2001.

KNIGHTS, ELSPETH. "'The Library, of Course, Afforded Everything': Jane Austen's Representation of Women Readers." English: The Journal of the English Association 50 (2001): 19-38.

LE FAYE, DEIRDRE. Jane Austen's World. London: Frances Lincoln, 2001.

--. "Lord Brabourne's Edition of Jane Austen's Letters." Review of English Studies ns 52 (2001): 91-102.

LEUNG, WILLIAM. "Crouching Sensibility, Hidden Sense." Film Criticism 26 (Fall 2001): 42-55.

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