PERSUASIONS ON-LINE V.37, NO.1 (Winter 2016)

Jane Austen Bibliography, 2015

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.


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.



1. Austen Editions


Alexander, Christine, ed. Love and Freindship and Other Youthful Writings. By Jane Austen. New York: Penguin, 2015. Penguin Hardcover Classics.


Austen, Jane. De Abdij van Northanger. Trans. Bas Peeters. Amsterdam: Athenaeum-Polak, 2015. Dutch text.


_____. The Beautifull Cassandra. New York: Penguin, 2015. Penguin Little Black Classics.


_____. The Complete Works of Jane Austen, in Two Volumes. Vancouver: Engage, 2015.


_____. Du fond de mon cœur: Lettres à ses nièces. Trans. Marie Dupin. [N.P.]: Finitude, 2015. French text. Includes translations of Austen’s letters to her three nieces and their writings about her.


_____. Emma. Vancouver: Engage, 2015.


_____. Jane Austen: The Complete Works. New York: Penguin, 2015. Penguin Hardcover Classics Boxed Set.


_____. Lady Susan e le altre: Romanzi e racconti epistolary. Trans. Giuseppe Ierolli. Roma: Elliot, 2015. Italian text.


_____. Lady Susan, The Watsons, Sanditon, and the Complete Juvenilia. Vancouver: Engage, 2015.


_____. Mansfield Park. Vancouver: Engage, 2015.


_____. “Manuscript of Chapters 10 and 11 from Jane Austen’s Persuasion.” British Library Website. 10 Nov. 2015. Web.


_____. Northanger Abbey. Vancouver: Engage, 2015.


_____. Persuasion. Vancouver: Engage, 2015.


_____. The Prayers of Jane Austen. Ed. Terry W. Glaspey. Eugene: Harvest House, 2015.


_____. Pride and Prejudice. Vancouver: Engage, 2015.


_____. Pride and Prejudice. Illus. Alice Pattullo. Beverly, MA: Rockport, 2015. Classics Reimagined.


_____. Sense and Sensibility. Richmond: Alma Classics, 2015.


_____. Sense and Sensibility. Vancouver: Engage, 2015.


Ferrante, Elena, introd. Sense and Sensibility. By Jane Austen. Illus. Philip Bannister. London: Folio Society, 2015.


Nicholson, Eleanor Bourg, ed. Sense and Sensibility. By Jane Austen. San Francisco: Ignatius, 2015. Ignatius Critical Editions, with an introduction and contemporary criticism. Essays are individually cited.


Pike, Rosamund, narr. Pride and Prejudice. By Jane Austen. Newark: Audible, 2015. Unabridged CD.


Weldon, Fay, introd. Emma. By Jane Austen. Illlus. Sam Wolfe Connelly. London: Folio Society, 2015.


Wells, Juliette, ed. Emma: 200th-Anniversary Annotated Edition. By Jane Austen. New York: Penguin, 2015.


Williams, Sharon, narr. Pride and Prejudice. By Jane Austen. Grand Haven, MI: Brilliance Audio, 2015. Unabridged CD.



2. Austen Circle


Bilbey, Diane. “Not Martha Lloyd.” JAS Report (2015): 25-26.


“Books Owned by Jane Austen’s Niece, Caroline, Donated to Chawton House Library.” Female Spectator 1.4 (2015): 1-3.


Dow, Gillian. “Reading at Godmersham: Edward’s Library and Marianne’s Books.” Persuasions 37 (2015): 152-62.


Hornby, Gill. “The Old Vicarage, Kintbury.” JAS Report (2015): 16-17.


Hurst, Jane. “Jane Austen’s Alton Quakers.” JAS Report (2015): 27-30.


McAdam, Bridget. “‘Excluded and Forgotten’: Understanding the Life of George Austen through the History of Intellectual Disabilities.” Persuasions On-Line 36.1 (2015). Web.


“Meet the International Visitor: Marilyn Francus.” Female Spectator 1.3 (2015): 2-5. An interview with Marilyn Francus about her research on the annotations and marginalia in Edward Austen’s book collection at Chawton House Library.


Prebble, Simon, narr. A Memoir of Jane Austen. By James Edward Austen-Leigh. Prince Frederick, MD: Recorded Books, 2015. Unabridged CD.


Slothouber, Linda. Jane Austen, Edward Knight and Chawton: Commerce and Community. Gaithersburg, MD: Woodpigeon, 2015.


Stove, Judy. “The Missing Monument Murders: Jane Austen’s Family and the Stoneleigh Scandals: The Men in the Bridge.” Sensibilities 50 (2015): 24-44.


Viveash, Chris. “A Midshipman on Board the Elephant.” JAS Report (2015): 41-43.


Wilson, Margaret. “Louisa Lushington’s Journal: New Light on Jane’s Nephews and Nieces.” JAS Report (2015): 31-34.



3. Austen Studies


Adams, Carol J. “Jane Austen’s Guide to Alzheimer’s.” New York Times 20 Dec. 2015: SR9. Also on the Web.


Alexander, Christine. “Children Writing in Jane Austen’s Time.” Persuasions 37 (2015): 13-28.


Alkayat, Zena. Jane Austen. Illus. Nina Cosford. London: Frances Lincoln, 2015.


Allen, Osric. A Lost Novel by Jane Austen? An Analytical Essay. London: Robert Temple, 2015.


Armstrong, Nancy, and Leonard Tennenhouse. “The Network Novel and How It Unsettled Domestic Fiction.” A Companion to the English Novel. Ed. Stephen Arata, Madigan Haley, J. Paul Hunter, and Jennifer Wicke. West Sussex: John Wiley, 2015. 306-20. Blackwell Companions to Literature and Culture. Examines Austen’s households as hubs in a network, thereby linking her to various Victorian novelists.


Baeva, Elena. “‘My Name is Lizzie Bennet, and This Is My [Vlog]’: Adaptation and Metareference in The Lizzie Bennet Diaries.” Birk and Gymnich 151-65.


Bailey, Martha. “The Marriage Law of Jane Austen’s World.” Persuasions On-Line 36.1 (2015). Web.


Ballinger, Gillian. “Austen Writing Bristol: The City and Signification in Northanger Abbey and Emma.” Persuasions On-Line 36.1 (2015). Web.


Bander, Elaine. “Jane Austen’s World: Jane Austen’s Words.” Persuasions 37 (2015): 186-97.


Barchas, Janine. “Reporting On What Jane Saw 2.0: Female Celebrity and Sensationalism in Boydell’s Shakespeare Gallery.” ABO: Interactive Journal for Women in the Arts, 1640-1830 5.1 (2015): 1-26. Web.


_____. “Setting and Community.” Sabor, Cambridge Emma 120-34.


Barnum, Deborah. “Jane Austen Bibliography, 2014.” Persuasions On-Line 36.1 (2015). Web.


Baumann, Uwe. “Elizabeth Bennet, Liebe und Ehe: Untersuchungen zu Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice und den Deutschen Übersetzungen des Romans.” [“Love and Marriage: Studies on Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice and the German Translations of the Novel.”] Birk and Gymnich 77-149.


Baz, Bamigboye. “Reviving Austen in a Black and White Revelation.” Daily Mail 06 Mar. 2015: 48.


Bazes, Terry Richard. “Pride, Prejudice and Plot-Making.” Plot Fiction like the Masters: Ian Fleming, Jane Austen, Evelyn Waugh and the Secrets of Story-Building. [Author]: Rosencrantz and Guildenstern, 2015.


Begley, Sarah. “Clueless Director on the Film at 20, Jane Austen, and a Musical Adaptation.” 19 July 2015. Web.


_____. “20 Things You Never Knew about Clueless.” 6 July 2015. Web.


_____. “Why Jane Austen’s Emma Still Intrigues 200 Years Later.” 1 Dec. 2015. Web.


Benedict, Barbara M. “Satire, Sentiment and Desacralization: The Relic and the Commodity in Jane Austen’s Novels.” Dynamics of Desacralization: Disenchanted Literary Talents. Ed. Paola Partenza. Göttingen, Ger: V&R, 2015. 53-70.


Benis, Toby R. “The Neighborhoods of Northanger Abbey.” Eighteenth Century 56.2 (2015): 179-92.


Bennett, Ashly. “Shame and Sensibility: Jane Austen’s Humiliated Heroines.” Studies in Romanticism 54.3 (2015): 377-400.


Beran, Ondrey. “Rules and Acts of Considerateness: An Example from Jane Austen.” Ethical Perspectives 22.3 (2015): 395-418.


Bethel, Paul. “Love and Freindship Rewritten.” JARW 73 (2015): 49-51. Bethel on his novella Love and Freindship, and Other Delusions, based on Austen’s juvenilia piece. See under Beth Andrews in Popular Culture.


Bialosky, Jill. “Jane Austen.” The Players: Poems. New York: Knopf, 2015.


Birchall, Katy. “The Good, the Bad and the Dashing: It’s 200 Years Since the Principled Mr. Knightley Set Hearts Aflutter: Katy Birchall Assesses Jane Austen’s Leading Men.” Country Life 25 Nov. 2015: 74-77.


Birk, Hanne. “Gothic Fiction Bites Back: The Gothification of Jane Austen at the Beginning of the 21st Century.” Birk and Gymnich 245-60.


_____. “Preface: Go Lizzy Go! Celebrating Pride and Prejudice.” Birk and Gymnich 7-10.


Birk, Hanne, and Marion Gymnich, et al. “Elizabeth Bennet: A Heroine Past and/or Present?” Birk and Gymnich 291-302.


_____, eds. Pride and Prejudice 2.0: Interpretations, Adaptations and Transformations of Jane Austen’s Classic. Göttingen, Ger.: Bonn UP, V&R, 2015. Representations and Reflections: Studies in Anglophone Literatures and Cultures 11. Essays are individually cited.


Birkner, Gerd. Woman of Importance: Die Romane Jane Austens: Kontext und Wirkungsstruktur. Hannover: Wehrhahn, 2015. German text.


Bohanon, Cecil E., and Michelle Albert Vachris. Pride and Profit: The Intersection of Jane Austen and Adam Smith. Lanham: Lexington Books, 2015.


Bohemen, Catharina van. Letter to Susan. Auckland: Peregrina, 2015. A letter about Jane Austen. Limited edition of 100 copies.


_____. Sister. Auckland: Peregrina, 2015. A letter about Jane Austen. Limited edition of 50 copies.


Borgmeier, Raimund. “‘Everything in Such Suspense and Uncertainty’: Suspense in Jane Austen’s Sense and Sensibility.” Sense and Sensibility. Ed. Eleanor Bourg Nicholson. San Francisco: Ignatius, 2015: 369-82.


Borham Puyal, Miriam. “Nuevos Horizontes: Maria Edgeworth, Jane Austen y la novela de formación quijotesca.” Quijotes con Enaguas: Encrucijada de Géneros en el Siglo XVIII Británico. [N. p.]: JPM Ediciones, 2015. 103-32. Spanish text.


Bowen, Sara. “Village Life in Jane Austen’s World: The View from the Parsonage.” Persuasions 37 (2015): 43-61.


Bree, Linda. “Style, Structure, Language.” Sabor, Cambridge Emma 88-104.


Brewer, Charlotte. “‘That Reliance on the Ordinary’: Jane Austen and the Oxford English Dictionary.” Review of English Studies 66.276 (2015): 744-65. Also on the Web.


Brodey, Inger Sigrun. “Making Sense of Sensibility.” Persuasions 37 (2015): 62-80.


Brown, Alistair. “Communication Technology and Narrative: Letters, Instant Messaging, and Mobile Phones in Three Romantic Novels.” Poetics Today 36.1-2 (2015): 33-58. Discusses Pride and Prejudice and Helen Fielding’s Bridget Jones’s Diary and Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason.


Brown, J. P. C. “Screening Austen: The Case of Emma.” Adaptation: The Journal of Literature on Screen Studies 8.2 (2015): 207-36.


Brownstein, Rachel M. “Character and Caricature: Jane Austen and James Gillray.” Persuasions 37 (2015): 81-93.


Bullamore, Tim. “Austen and the Amish.” JARW 76 (2015): 39-41. Sarah Price’s re-telling of Austen’s novels in an Amish setting.


Burger, Bettina. “Is Elizabeth Bennet Really a Heroine for Our Time?” Birk and Gymnich 303-10.


Burkhard, Denise, and Simone Fleischer. “Have a Fan-tastic 200th Birthday, Lizzy! Elizabeth Bennet in Recent Fan Fiction.” Birk and Gymnich 311-22.


Butter, Stella. “Jane Austen Meets Bollywood: Forms and Functions of Transcultural Adaptations.” Birk and Gymnich 167-87.


Byrne, Aoife. “‘Very Knowing Gigs’: Social Aspiration and the Gig Carriage in Jane Austen’s World.” Persuasions 37 (2015): 198-207.


Carnell, Rachel. “Slipping from Secret History to Novel.” Eighteenth Century Fiction 28.1 (2015): 1-24.


Carpenter, Tom. “The Jane Austen Memorial Trust: A Brief History 1949-2015.” JAS Report (2015): 18-24.


Chaney, Jen. As If! The Oral History of Clueless as Told by Amy Heckerling, the Cast, and the Crew. New York: Touchstone, 2015.


Chawton House Library. Female Spectator. New and Improved Series. 1.1-4 (2015). Ed. Helen Thirlway. Alton, UK: Chawton House Library, 2015. Austen-related articles are individually cited.


Chrishty-Mujahid, Nadya Q. Esoteric-Orientalist Elements in Jane Austen’s Northanger Abbey: The Nexus of Gothic and Cultural Studies. Lewiston: Edwin Mellen, 2015.


Clark, Chris. “Refuting Two Myths: Jane Austen, the Picturesque and the Landscape.” Sensibilities 50 (2015): 45-62.


Clark, Robert. “Wilderness and Shrubbery in Austen’s Works.” Persuasions On-Line 36.1 (2015). Web.


Cobb, Shelley. “Postfeminist Austen: by Women, for Women, about Women.” Adaptation, Authorship, and Contemporary Women Filmmakers. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2015. 113-38.


Coffey, Sally. “Austen Country.” Britain May-June 2015: 6+.


Cooper, Liz Philosophos. “Introducing Emma.” JARW 73 (2015): 14-19.


Copeland, Edward. “Contemporary Responses.” Sabor, Cambridge Emma 68-87.


Cox, Octavia. “Austen’s Literary Playfulness.” Female Spectator 1.4 (2015): 8-9.


Craft, Dan. “Austen’s Power: Pride and Prejudice Still Speaks to Us.” Pantagraph 26 Mar. 2015. Also on the Web.


Craig, Sheryl. “Jane Austen and the Master Spy.” Persuasions On-Line 36.1 (2015). Web.


_____. Jane Austen and the State of the Nation. Basingstoke; New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2015.


Creeber, Glen. “Romance Re-Scripted: Lost in Austen’s Comparative Historical Analysis of Post-Feminist Culture.” Feminist Media Studies 15.4 (2015): 562-75.


Crystal, David. “Interfering with Jane Austen.” Making a Point: The Persnickety Story of English Punctuation. New York: St. Martin’s, 2015. 97-105.


Darby, A. J. The Elliots: A Play Based on Jane Austen’s Persuasion. [Author]: Little Candle Productions, 2015. Opened at the Fremont Theatre in South Pasadena, CA on May 9, 2015.


Dashwood, Rita. “Jane Austen Studies 2015.” JAS Report (2015): 69-70.


Davidson, Hilary. “Reconstructing Jane Austen’s Silk Pelisse, 1812-1814.” Costume 49.2 (2015): 198-223.


Davidson, Jenny. “The ‘Minute Particular’ in Life-Writing and the Novel.” Eighteenth-Century Studies 48.3 (2015): 263-81.


Davis, Kathryn. “Another Look at Mr. Elliot’s ‘Habits’: What’s So Bad about ‘Sunday-Travelling.’Persuasions On-Line 36.1 (2015). Web.


Day, Thomas. “Sex and Sexuality in Pride and Prejudice.” Use of English 67.1 (2015): 19-23.


De Bruxelles, Simon. “Austen’s Secret Passion for the Real Mr. Darcy.” Times 17 April 2015: 25.


De Ritter, Richard. “Making the Novel-Readers of a Country: Pleasure and the Practised Reader.” Imagining Women Readers, 1789-1820: Well-Regulated Minds. Manchester: Manchester UP, 2015, c2014. 168-206. See various references to Austen, especially in this chapter 5 for a discussion of Northanger Abbey.


Demir, Sophie. Jane Austen: une poétique du différend. Rennes, Fr: PU Rennes, 2015. French text.


Dew, Ben. “Rewriting Popular Classics as Popular Fiction: Jane Austen, Zombies, Sex and Vampires.” The Bloomsbury Introduction to Popular Fiction. Ed. Christine Berberich. London: Bloomsbury, 2015. 282-94.


Dilley, Whitney Cruthers. “Oppostion and Resolution in Sense and Sensibility.” The Cinema of Ang Lee: The Other Side of the Screen. 2nd ed. New York: Columbia UP, 2015. 81-93.


Domestico, Anthony. “Close Writing and Close Reading in Emma.” Persuasions 37 (2015): 226-36.


Doody, Margaret. Jane Austen’s Names: Riddles, Persons, Places. Chicago: U of Chicago P, 2015.


Dooley, Gillian. “Of Men and Music.” JARW 77 (2015): 48-52. The use of music and gender in Austen’s novels.


Dove, Jonathan. Mansfield Park: Chamber Opera in Two Acts. Libretto by Alasdair Middleton. Based on the novel by Jane Austen. London: Edition Peters, 2015.


Dow, Gillian. “Translations.” Sabor, Cambridge Emma 166-85.


Downing, Crystal. “The Indulgence of Sense and Sensibility: A Human Comedy.” Sense and Sensibility. Ed. Eleanor Bourg Nicholson. San Francisco: Ignatius, 2015: 383-96.


DuBois, Pierre. “Jane Austen: Music, Woman and the Middle Way.” Music in the Georgian Novel. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2015. 273-96.


Duckfield, I. P. Fathers in Jane Austen. [Author]: CreateSpace, 2015.


Eckert, Lindsey. “Lady Caroline Lamb beyond Byron: Graham Hamilton, Female Authorship, and the Politics of Public Reputation.” European Romantic Review 26.2 (2015): 149-63. The author places Caroline Lamb alongside Burney, Wollstonecraft and Austen.


Eddleman, Stephanie M. “Past the Bloom: Aging and Beauty in the Novels of Jane Austen.” Persuasions 37 (2015): 119-33.


Engel, Laura. Austen, Actresses and Accessories: Much Ado about Muffs. New York; Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2015.


Enkvist, Inger. Aprender a escribir con Jane Austen y Maud Montgomery. Madrid: Fragua, 2015. Spanish text.


Erwin, Timothy. “Picturing Jane Austen.” Textual Vision: Augustan Design and the Invention of Eighteenth-Century British Culture. Lewisburg: Bucknell UP, 2015. 161-200.


Faflak, Joel. “The Happiness of Romantic Philosophy.” Romanticism and Philosophy: Thinking with Literature. Ed. Sophie Laniel-Musitelli and Thomas Constantinesco. New York; London: Routledge, 2015. 166-78. This chapter includes a lengthy discussion of Austen, especially about Persuasion.


Favret, Mary A. “Lessons from a Purblind World.” European Romantic Review 26.3 (2015): 379-85.


Fergus, Jan. “Composition and Publication.” Sabor, Cambridge Emma 1-16.


Ferguson, Frances. “Now It’s Personal: D. A. Miller and Too-Close Reading.” Critical Inquiry 41.3 (2015): 521-40.


Fernandez Rodriguez, Carmen Maria. “Another Mistress of Deceit? Jane Austen’s Lady Susan and Sarah Harriet Burney’s Geraldine Fauconberg.” Persuasions On-Line 36.1 (2015). Web.


Firkins, Oscar W. Jane Austen. 1920. [Author]: JazzyBee / CreateSpace, 2015. Reprint edition.


Forgue, Sue. “Where’s Wickham?Persuasions On-Line 36.1 (2015). Web.


“Freeing Captain Cook, Jane Austen and Banjo Paterson from the Copyright Clampdown.” Incite 36.9 (2015): 26-27.


Friday, Penelope. “Call the Doctor.” JARW 74 (2015): 29-33. Illness in all the novels.


Fullerton, Susannah. “Emma at the Movies.” JARW 77 (2015): 35-39.


Furness, Hannah. “Sleuth’s Trail to the Heart and Home of an Austen Classic.” Daily Telegraph 3 Sept. 2015: 12. Discusses Mansfield Park.


Gay, Penny. “A Hypothetical Map of Highbury.” Persuasions On-Line 36.1 (2015). Web.


Gayle, Jody, ed. Furniture and Draperies After the Era of Jane Austen: Ackermann’s Repository of Arts, Literature, Commerce, Manufactures, Fashions and Politics, 1809-1820. Columbia, MO: Publications of the Past, 2015.


_____, ed. Needlework Patterns After the Era of Jane Austen: Ackermann’s Repository of Arts, Literature, Commerce, Manufactures, Fashions and Politics, 1809-1820. Columbia, MO: Publications of the Past, 2015. A compilation of Rudolph Ackermann’s needlework patterns, all in black and white as originally published.


George, Laura. “Austen’s Muslin.” Crossings in Text and Textile. Ed. Katherine Joslin and Daneen Wardrop. Durham: U of New Hampshire P, 2015. 73-102.


Goss, Erin M. “Homespun Gossip: Jane West, Jane Austen, and the Task of Literary Criticism.” Eighteenth Century 56.2 (2015): 165-77.


Grandi, Roberta. “Screening Jane: When History, Biography and Fiction Create a Cinematic Life.” Lingue e Linguaggi 13 (2015): 301-09. Discusses the film Becoming Jane.


Greenfield, Sayre N. “Emma’s Speakers and Austen’s Word Games.” Sensibilities 51 (2015): 99-109.


Grenberg, Jeanine M. “Self-Deception and Self-Knowledge: Jane Austen’s Emma as an Example of Kant’s Notion of Self-Deception.” Con-Textos Kantianos: International Journal of Philosophy 2 (2015): 162-76.


Gymnich, Marion. “200 Years of Reading Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice; Or Where the Literary Canon Meets Popular Culture.” Birk and Gymnich 11-31.


Hainesworth, Sarah. “An Annapolis Tour of Sense and Sensibility.” Capital Gazette (Annapolis, MD) 4 May 2015. Also on the Web.


Halsey, Katie. “The Home Education of Girls in the Eighteenth-Century Novel: ‘The Pernicious Effects of an Improper Education.’” Oxford Review of Education 41.4 (2015): 430-46.


Hamill, Kate, adapt. Sense and Sensibility: Based on the Novel by Jane Austen. New York: Dramatists Play Service, 2015.


Harris, Jocelyn. “Jane Austen, the Prince of Wales, and John Thorpe.” Persuasions 37 (2015): 94-105.


He, Xiaojun, and Lina Liao. “Women Consciousness Exploration in Jane Austen and Her Works.” Journal of Education and Training Studies 3.6 (2015): 293-97. Also on the Web.


Herrero Lopez, Isis. “Franco and Austen: Three 1945 Translations of Northanger Abbey and Their Gender Components.” Persuasions 37 (2015): 244-54.


Heydt-Stevenson, Jillian. “Games, Riddles and Charades.” Sabor, Cambridge Emma 150-65.


_____. “Happiness in Austen’s Sense and Sensibility and Its Afterlife in Film.” The Afterlives of Eighteenth-Century Fiction. Ed. Daniel Cook and Nicholas Seager. Cambridge; New York: Cambridge UP, 2015. 253-72.


Higginson, Gillian. “Jane Austen and Feminism.” Sensibilities 50 (2015): 63-78.


Holguin, Marilyn Marie. “Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen. Adapted by Joseph Hanreddy and J. R. Sullivan. Directed by Tyne Rafaeli, American Players Theatre, Spring Green, WI.” Restoration and Eighteenth-Century Theatre Research 30.1-2 (2015): 143-46.


Howard, Leigh Anne. “Who’s Messing with Jane? Graphic Novels and the Jane Austen Fan.” Journal of Fandom Studies 3.3 (2015): 241-57.


Hume, Robert D. “Money and Rank.” Sabor, Cambridge Emma 52-67.


Idris, Nazua. “Pride and Prejudice from Page to Vlog: Adaptations and Questions of In/Fidelity.” Adaptations: Some Journeys from Words to Visuals. Ed. Shri Krishan Rai and Anugamini Rai. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars, 2015. 127-41.


Irmak, Burak. “Changing Masculinities and Femininities: A Comparative Analysis of Bridget Jones’s Diary and Pride and Prejudice.” Linguistic and Literary Theories in Reading. Ed. Feryal Cubukcu and Leyla Harputlu. Frankfurt: Peter Lang, 2015. 183-96.


“Is This the Real Mansfield Park? Robert Clark has Found Compelling Evidence to Identify the Country House on which Jane Austen Based Her Novel and to Make Us Look at the Work in Another Light.” Country Life 2 Sept. 2015: 52.


Jackson, H. J. Those Who Write for Immortality: Romantic Reputations and the Dream of Lasting Fame. New Haven: Yale UP, 2015. See chapter 3, pp. 95-104, “The Stigma of Popularity,” where the author compares Austen to Mary Brunton.


Jacobson, Howard. “Nothing If Not Critical.” JAS Report (2015): 74-83.


Jager, Colin. “Wishing for Nothing: Emma and the Dissolution.” Unquiet Things: Secularism in the Romantic Age. Philadelphia: U of Pennsylvania P, 2015. 76-96.


Jandl, Silke. “The Lizzie Bennet Diaries: Adapting Jane Austen in the Internet Age.” Arbeiten aus Anglistik und Amerikanistik 40. 1-2 (2015): 167-96.


Jane Austen Society. News Letter: The Jane Austen Society 44, 45 (2015). Ed. Maggie Lane and Mary Hogg.


_____. Report for 2015 (2015). Ed. Maggie Lane and Mary Hogg. Essays are individually cited.


Jane Austen Society (Kent Branch). Austentations 15 (2015). Ed. Averil Clayton.


Jane Austen Society (Midlands Branch). Transactions 26 (2015). Ed. Dawn Thomas.


Jane Austen Society (Northern Branch). Impressions (2015). Ed. Marilyn Joice.


Jane Austen Society of Australia. JASA Chronicle (2015). Ed. Sue Green.


_____. Sensibilities 50, 51 (2015). Ed. Joanna Penglase. Essays are individually cited.


Jane Austen Society of North America. JASNA News 31.1-3 (2015). Ed. Sheryl Craig.


_____. Persuasions: The Jane Austen Journal 37 (2015). Ed. Susan Allen Ford. Essays are individually cited. Table of Contents on the Web.


_____. Persuasions: The Jane Austen Journal On-Line 36.1 (2015). Ed. Susan Allen Ford. Web. Essays are individually cited.


Jane Austen’s Regency World [JARW]. Ed. Tim Bullamore. Bath: Lansdown, 2015. Issues 73-78. Austen-related articles are individually cited.


Jenkins, Brett. “I Love You to Meaninglessness: From Mortal Characters to Immortal Character Types in P and P [Pride and Prejudice] Fanfiction.” Journal of Popular Culture 48.2 (2015): 371-84.


Johnson, Katherine M. “Rethinking (Re)Doing: Historical Re-Enactment and/as Historiography.” Rethinking History 19.2 (2015): 193-206. Examines the Jane Austen Festival, Australia as an ethnographic case study.


Joisten, Marie-Josefine. “The Serious Business of Mrs. Bennet and the Consequences of a Mother’s Fear.” Birk and Gymnich 33-50.


Jones, Hazel. “Out and about in Emma.” JARW 75 (2015): 44-48.


_____. “Steel’s Navy List, 1802.” JAS Report (2015): 35-40.


Jones, Vivien. “Jane Austen’s Domestic Realism.” The Oxford History of the Novel in English. Vol. 2: English and British Fiction 1750-1820. Ed. Peter Garside and Karen O’Brien. Oxford: Oxford UP, 2015. 273-95.


Jory, Jon, adapt. Northanger Abbey: A Comedy. By Jane Austen. New York: Playscripts, 2015.


Kalpakgian, Mitchell. “‘Esteem’: The Enduring Foundation of Marriage in Sense and Sensibility.” Sense and Sensibility. Ed. Eleanor Bourg Nicholson. San Francisco: Ignatius, 2015: 397-410.


Kelly, Gary. “Jane Austen and the Modern Home.” Home and Nation in British Literature from the English to the French Revolutions. Ed. A. D Cousins and Geoffrey Payne. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2015. 219-32.


Kelly, Maureen. “Ring the Bell for Hill.” Sensibilities 50 (2015): 5-23.


Kenney, Theresa. “Why Edward Ferrars Doesn’t Dance.” Sense and Sensibility. Ed. Eleanor Bourg Nicholson. San Francisco: Ignatius, 2015: 411-29. Previously published in Persuasions 35 (2013): 153-68.


Knezevich, Ruth, and Devoney Looser. “Jane Austen’s Afterlife, West Indian Madams, and the Literary Porter Family: Two New Letters from Charles Austen.” Modern Philology 112.3 (2015): 554-68.


Kohm, Lynne Marie. “A Prospective Analysis of Family Fragmentation: Baby Mama Drama Meets Jane Austen.” BYU Journal of Public Law 29.2 (2015): 327-51.


Kroeber, Karl. Styles in Fictional Structure: Studies in the Art of Jane Austen, Charlotte Brontë, George Eliot. 1971. Princeton: Princeton UP, 2015. Princeton Legacy Library.


Krueger, Misty. “From Marginalia to Juvenilia: Jane Austen’s Vindication of the Stuarts.” Eighteenth Century 56.2 (2015): 243-59.


_____. “Mansfield Park Comes to Life: Teaching and Staging Elizabeth Inchbald’s Lovers’ Vows in an Austen Course.” ABO: Interactive Journal for Women in the Arts, 1640-1830 5.1 (2015): 1-20. Web.


Kubic, Amanda Marie. “Aristotelian Ethical Ideas in the Novels of Jane Austen.” Persuasions On-Line 36.1 (2015). Web.


Küchler, Uwe. “Participatory Transfer/Mations: Inviting Pride and Prejudice Adaptations into the Foreign Language Classroom.” Birk and Gymnich 275-90.


Labbe, Jacqueline. “Romantic Intertextuality: The Adaptive Weave.” Wordsworth Circle 46.1 (2015): 44-48.


Lane, Maggie. “Forty and Fabulous.” JARW 78 (2015): 19-22. Austen at 40.


_____. “In Sickness and in Health.” JARW 73 (2015): 20-25. Ailments in Highbury.


_____. “Weather in Emma.” JARW 77 (2015): 29-32.


Le Faye, Deirdre. “The Archaeology of Pride and Prejudice.” Studies in Victorian and Modern Literature: A Tribute to John Sutherland. Ed. William Baker. Madison: Fairleigh Dickinson UP, 2015. 263-73.


Lewis, Alix. Jane Austen in Person. [Author]: CreateSpace, 2015. A travel guide to Austen’s life and places.


Lenckos, Elisabeth. “From Daylesford to Delaford.” JARW 74 (2015): 40-45. Is there a link between Warren Hastings and Sense and Sensibility?


Li, Fang. “The Investigation of Our Better Feelings: Northanger Abbey and the Gothic Imagination.” Nineteenth Century Literature in English 19.1 (2015): 247-67. Also on the Web.


Lichterfeld, Imke. “Mr. Darcy’s Shirt: An Icon of Popular Culture.” Birk and Gymnich 189-205.


Looser, Devoney, ed. The Cambridge Companion to Women’s Writing in the Romantic Period. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2015. See the index for many references to Austen.


_____. “Introduction: Jane Austen and Her Contemporaries.” Eighteenth Century 56.2 (2015): 147-49.


_____, ed. Jane Austen and Her Contemporaries. Spec. issue of Eighteenth Century: Theory and Interpretation 56.2 (2015): 147-278. Essays are individually cited.


Looser, Devoney, and Ruth Knezevich. “Pride and Prostitutes.” JARW 76 (2015): 23-30. Discusses two newly discovered Charles Austen letters written while he was in the West Indies. (See also under Knezevich).


Lynch, Deidre Shauna. “Screen Versions.” Sabor, Cambridge Emma 186-203.


Mackenzie, Gwendolyn. “Sample: ‘Film Studies 201 Proposal: Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice as Fiction and Film.’” The College Writer: A Guide to Thinking, Writing, and Researching. Ed. Randall VanderMey, et al. Stamford, CT: Cengage Learning, 2015. 406-8.


Mahoney, Stephen. Wealth or Poverty? Jane Austen’s Novels Explored. London: Robert Hale, 2015.


Malcolm, Gabrielle. Fan Phenomena: Jane Austen. Bristol, Eng.; Chicago: Intellect, 2015.


Massei-Chamayou, Marie-Laure. Between Secrets and Screens: Sentiments under Scrutiny: Sense and Sensibility, Jane Austen, Ang Lee. Paris: CNED, 2015.


Mastrull, Amanda. “The Author of Jane Austen Cover to Cover on Austen’s Work and Legacy: Q&A: Margaret C. Sullivan.” Library Journal 1 Jan. 2015: 110.


McCall Smith, Alexander. “The Secret of the Jane Austen Industry.” Wall Street Journal 28 Mar. 2015, eastern ed.: C3. Also on the Web.


McClish, Glen. “Strong Understanding and Immoderate Feelings: A Case for the Influence of Hugh Blair’s Concept of Taste on Jane Austen’s Sense and Sensibility.” Advances in the History of Rhetoric 18.1 (2015): 69-96.


McDonagh, Melanie. “In the Hands of Jane Austen, a Kiss Is Never Just a Kiss.” Daily Telegraph 26 May 2015: 20. Also on the Web.


McGraw, Patrick. “‘The World Is Not Their’s’: The Plight of Jane Fairfax in Emma.” Persuasions 37 (2015): 218-25.


McMaster, Rowland. “‘I Hate to Hear of Women on Board’: Women Aboard War Ships.” Persuasions On-Line 36.1 (2015). Web.


Menagé, Catherine du Peloux. “Did Mr. Darcy Wear Scent? Perfume in the Age of Jane Austen.” Sensibilities 51 (2015): 20-38.


Meyer, Silke. “‘Spank Me Mr. Darcy’: Pride and Prejudice in Contemporary Female (Hardcore) Erotica.” Birk and Gymnich 261-73.


Miller, Christopher R. “Northanger Abbey and Gothic Perception: Austen’s Aesthetics and Ethics of Surprise.” Surprise: The Poetics of the Unexpected from Milton to Austen. Ithaca: Cornell UP, 2015. 141-70.


Miller, Grace E. “‘This Peace’: Naval Homecoming and Domestic Reintegration in Persuasion.” Persuasions 37 (2015): 237-43.


Miskin, Lauren. “‘True Indian Muslin’ and the Politics of Consumption in Jane Austen’s Northanger Abbey.” Journal for Early Modern Cultural Studies 15.2 (2015): 5-26.


Moore, Serena. “‘ . . . In the True English Style’: The Language of Emma.” JAS Report (2015): 50-68.


Morefield, Kenneth R. Jane Austen’s Emma: A Close Reading Companion, Vol. I. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars, 2015.


Mullan, John. “The Ball in the Novels of Jane Austen.” British Library Website 8 May 2015. Web.


_____. “Courtship, Love and Marriage in Jane Austen’s Novels.” British Library Website 8 May 2015. Web.


_____. “Status, Rank and Class in Jane Austen's Novels.” British Library Website 8 May 2015. Web.


Müller, Wolfgang G. “From Homer’s Odyssey to Joyce’s Ulysses: Theory and Practice of an Ethical Narratology.” Arcadia: Internationale Zeitschrift für Literaturwissenschaft 50.1 (2015): 9-36. See section: “The Representation of Morality in Point-of-View Fiction: Jane Austen,” where Persuasion is discussed.


Murray, Douglas. “Donwell Abbey and Box Hill: Purity and Danger in Jane Austen’s Emma.” Review of English Studies 66.277 (2015): 954-70.


Nesbit, Kate. “‘Taste in Noises’: Registering, Evaluating, and Creating Sound and Story in Jane Austen’s Persuasion.” Studies in the Novel 47.4 (2015): 451-68.


Neubauer, Breanna. “This Old Maid: Jane Austen and Her S(p)i(n)sters.” Midwest Quarterly 56.2 (2015): 124-38.


Nigro, Jeffrey A., and William A. Phillips. “A Revolution in Masculine Style: How Beau Brummell Changed Jane Austen’s World.” Persuasions On-Line 36.1 (2015). Web.


Norman, Andrew. Jane Austen: Love Is Like a Rose. [N. p.]: Fonthill, 2015.


Norton, David. “Emma and Mr. Knightley as Lovers: Keeping Secrets and Telling Lies.” Sensibilities 51 (2015): 74-87.


_____. “Miss Bates: A Medley in Three Parts.” Sensibilities 51 (2015): 88-98.


O’Brien, Alden. “Achieving an ‘Air of Decided Fashion’: How Austen’s Ladies Adapted the Latest from London.” Persuasions 37 (2015): 106-18.


Okabe, Tsugumi. “Jane Austen in Translation: On Sisterhood and Romance in Mochizuki Reiko’s Sense and Sensibility.” Persuasions On-Line 36.1 (2015). Web.


Ottman, Jill. “‘A Woman Never Looks Better than on Horseback.’” Persuasions On-Line 36.1 (2015). Web.


Overkamp, Jennifer. “Marriage in Jane Austen’s England: Some Context for the Courtships in Sense and Sensibility.” Sense and Sensibility. Ed. Eleanor Bourg Nicholson. San Francisco: Ignatius, 2015: 431-48.


Oźarska, Magdalena. “Austenian Inspirations for Maria Wirtemberska’s ‘Original Romance’: Malvina, or The Heart’s Intuition (1816).” John Bull and the Continent. Ed. Wojciech Jasiakiewicz and Jakub Lipski. Frankfurt: Peter Lang, 2015. 41-57. English Literature and Culture in Context.


Patterson, Amy. “A Modern Woman.” JARW 73 (2015): 26-29. About Emma.


Peltason, Timothy. “Mind and Mindlessness in Jane Austen.” Hudson Review 67.4 (2015): 609-33.


Pennacchia, Maddalena. “Adaptation-Induced Tourism for Consumers of Literature on Screen: The Experience of Jane Austen Fans.” Almatourism 6.4 (2015): 261-68. Web.


Perquin, Jean-Charles, ed. Jane Austen, Sense and Sensibility: Agrégation Anglais. Paris: Ellipses, 2015. French text. Discusses the novel and the 1995 film by Ang Lee.


Perry, Ruth. “Music.” Sabor, Cambridge Emma 135-49.


Phillips, Natalie M. “Literary Neuroscience and History of Mind: An Interdisciplinary fMRI Study of Attention and Jane Austen.” The Oxford Handbook of Cognitive Literary Studies. Ed. Lisa Zunshine. Oxford; New York: Oxford UP, 2015. 55-83.


Pliscou, Lisa. Young Jane Austen: Becoming a Writer. Illus. Massimo Mongiardo. Deadwood, OR: Wyatt-MacKenzie, 2015.


Powley, Tammy. “Romance Fiction in Florida: The Crisscross of Jane Austen and Angela Hunt.” Women of Florida Fiction: Essays on 12 Sunshine State Writers. Ed. Tammy Powley and April Van Camp. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2015. 123-32.


Rawson, Claude. “‘The Amorous Effect of “Brass”’: Showing, Telling and Money in Emma.” Swift and Others. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2015. 205-26.


Reimer, Elizabeth. “Desire, ‘Narrative Hunger,’ and Alterity: Framing Biography as Dialogic Encounter in Carol Shields’s Jane Austen and Alice Munro’s ‘Meneseteung.’” Contemporary Women’s Writing 9.2 (2015): 200-18.


Roberts, Warren. “Jane Austen, Goya, Rossini, and the Post-Napoleonic Age: La Cenerentola.” Rossini and Post-Napoleonic Europe. Rochester: U of Rochester P, 2015. 63-94.


Rogoff, Jay. “Jane Austen, Inventor of Baseball.” Salmagundi 185/186 (2015): 491.


Rohrbach, Emily. “Contingencies of the Future Anterior: Austen’s Persuasion.” Modernity’s Mist: British Romanticism and the Poetics of Anticipation. New York: Fordham UP, 2015, c2016. 106-33.


Rohwer-Happe, Gislind. “The Mr. Darcy Complex: The Impact of a Literary Icon on Contemporary Chick Lit.” Birk and Gymnich 207-25.


“Rosamund Pike Performs Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice for Audible.” Business Wire 8 Dec. 2015. Web.


Rumjanceva, Nadežda. “‘And She Beheld a Striking Resemblance to Mr. Darcy’: Nineteenth-Century Illustrations of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice.” Birk and Gymnich 51-76.


Sabor, Peter, ed. The Cambridge Companion to Emma. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2015. Essays are individually cited.


_____. “Refashioning The History of England: Jane Austen and 1066 and All That.” The Afterlives of Eighteenth-Century Fiction. Ed. Daniel Cook and Nicholas Seager. Cambridge; New York: Cambridge UP, 2015. 273-89.


Sachs, Jonathan. “The Historical Context.” Sabor, Cambridge Emma 36-51.


Sangiorgi, Simona. “Translating Jane Austen’s Mansfield Park for Contemporary Italian Readers.” Lingue e Linguaggi 14 (2015): 111-19. Also on the Web.


Schaffer, Talia. “Reading on the Contrary: Cousin Marriage, Mansfield Park, and Wuthering Heights.” Queer Victorian Families: Curious Relations in Literature. Ed. Duc Dau and Shale Preston. New York: Routledge, 2015. 157-75. Routledge Studies in Nineteenth Century Literature.


Schneider, Ana-Karina. “‘Oh! It is Only a Novel!’ Apologetic Reading, a Postmodern Avatar of the Enlightenment.” Studies in the Rhetoric of Fiction. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars, 2015. 58-76. Discusses Northanger Abbey.


Seeber, Barbara. “The Pleasures (and Challenges) of Teaching Emma.” Sensibilities 51 (2015): 62-73.


Séllei, Nóra. Lánnyá válik, s írni kezd: 19. századi angol írónők. Debrecen: Debreceni Egyetemi Kiadó, 2015. Hungarian text. Discusses 19th-century British women writers: Jane Austen, Mary Shelley, Charlotte Brontë, Emily Brontë, George Eliot and Elizabeth Gaskell.


Semenza, Gregory M. Colón, and Bob Hasenfratz. The History of British Literature on Film, 1895-2015. New York: Bloomsbury Academic, 2015. See index for many references to Austen.


Seymour, Jessica. “Writing across Platforms: Adapting Classics through Social Media.” Minding the Gap: Writing across Thresholds and Fault Lines. Ed. Thom Conroy and Gail Pittaway. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars, 2015. 105-15. Discusses The Lizzie Bennet Diaries.


Sigler, David. “‘It Is Unaccountable’: Anxiety and the Cause of Desire in Pride and Prejudice.” Sexual Enjoyment in British Romanticism: Gender and Psychoanalysis, 1753-1835. Montreal; Kingston: McGill-Queen’s UP, 2015. 57-91.


Singh, Anita. “The Jane Austen Kiss You Didn’t Realise Was There.” Daily Telegraph 25 May 2015: 8-9. Also on the Web.


Slothouber, Linda. “‘The Holders of Hay and the Masters of Meadows’: Farmers in Jane Austen’s World.” Persuasions 37 (2015): 29-42.


Spanos, William V. “Herman Melville’s Pierre; or, the Ambiguities and Jane Austen’s Mansfield Park: The Imperial Violence of the Novel of Manners.” Symploke 19.1 (2011): 191-230. Rpt. in A William V. Spanos Reader: Humanist Criticism and the Secular Imperative. Ed. Daniel T. O’Hara, Donald E. Pease, and Michelle Martin. Evanston: Northwestern UP, 2015. 556-99.


Spongberg, Mary. “Jane Austen and the Jacobite Past.” Sensibilities 51 (2015): 39-60.


Spratt, Danielle. “Denaturalizing Lady Bountiful: Speaking the Silence of Poverty in Mary Brunton’s Discipline and Jane Austen’s Emma.” Eighteenth Century 56.2 (2015): 193-208.


Stanford, Thomas W. “‘What Do I Not Owe You!’ An Examination of Gratitude in Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice.” Logos: A Journal of Catholic Thought and Culture 18.1 (2015): 152-68.


Steiner, Enit Karafili. “Between Cohesion and Reform in Sense and Sensibility.” Women’s Writing 22.4 (2015): 455-71.


Stevens, Dana, and Benjamin Moser. “Do We Romanticize Writers Who Die Young?” New York Times Sunday Book Review 15 Nov. 2015: 31. Also on the Web.


Stevenson, Leslie. “Atonement in Theology and Literature.” Philosophy and Literature 39.1 (2015): 47-63. Studies George Eliot’s Silas Marner, Jane Austen’s Emma, Fyodor Dostoyevsky’s Crime and Punishment, and Ian McEwan’s Atonement.


Sutherland, Kathryn. “Female Education, Reading and Jane Austen.” British Library Website 8 May 2015. Web.


_____. “From Kitty to Catharine: James Edward Austen’s Hand in Volume the Third.” Review of English Studies 66.273 (2015): 124-43.


_____. “Jane Austen and Social Judgment.” British Library Website 8 May 2015. Web.


_____. “Jane Austen: Social Realism and the Novel.” British Library Website 8 May 2015. Web.


_____. “Jane Austen’s Juvenilia.” British Library Website 8 May 2015. Web.


Takakuwa, Haruko. “Pride and Prejudice as Angels’ Ladder: Jane Austen’s Novel Becomes Takarazuka Musical Theater.” Persuasions On-Line 36.1 (2015). Web.


Tandon, Bharat. “The Literary Context.” Sabor, Cambridge Emma 17-35.


Tate, Gregory. “Austen’s Literary Alembic: Sanditon, Medicine, and the Science of the Novel.” Nineteenth-Century Literature 70.3 (2015): 336-62.


Taylor, Jane. “Texts and Textiles: Jane Austen’s Gifts to Catherine Bigg and the Lloyd Sisters.” Women’s Writing 22.4 (2015): 472-84.


Tepper, Allegra. “Lizzie in Real Life: Social and Narrative Immersion through Transmedia in The Lizzie Bennet Diaries.” Film Matters 6.1 (2015): 45-51.


Thomas, Cathlyn. “Jane Austen.” Library Media Connection 33.4 (2015): 45.


Thomason, Laura E. “The Dilemma of Friendship in Austen’s Emma.” Eighteenth Century 56.2 (2015): 227-41.


Thompson, James. Jane Austen and Modernization: Sociological Readings. Basingstoke; New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2015.


Thompson, Norma. “Democracy’s Hope: Fanny Price in Jane Austen’s Mansfield Park.” Western Civilization and the Academy. Ed. Bradley C. S. Watson. Lanham: Lexington, 2015. 111-27.


Thomson, Heidi. “‘Beyond Her Own Knowledge’ in Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice.” Notes and Queries 62.3 (2015): 401.


Todd, Janet. The Cambridge Companion to Jane Austen. 2nd ed. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2015.


Tognazzini, Neal A. “The Strains of Involvement.” The Nature of Moral Responsibility: New Essays. Ed. Randolph Clarke, Michael McKenna, and Angela M. Smith. Oxford; New York: Oxford UP, 2015. 19-44. Examines Shakespeare’s King Lear, Jane Austen’s Persuasion, and Graham Greene’s The End of the Affair.


Toner, Anne. Ellipsis in English Literature: Signs of Omission. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2015. Numerous discussions of Austen’s punctuation.


Toner, Christopher. “‘With What Intense Desire She Wants Her Home’: Jane Austen on Home as Telos.” Persuasions On-Line 36.1 (2015). Web.


Toran, Katherine. “The Economics of Jane Austen’s World.” Persuasions On-Line 36.1 (2015). Web.


Townsend, Penelope, comp. Jane Austen Stepping Westward: An Introduction to Jane Austen and Her Experiences in the West of England. [Author]: White Fan Talks, 2015.


Townsend, Terry. Jane Austen and Bath. Wellington: Halsgrove, 2015.


_____. Jane Austen and Kent. Wellington: Halsgrove, 2015.


Trigg, Stephanie. “Faces that Speak: A Little Emotion Machine in the Novels of Jane Austen.” Spaces for Feeling: Emotions and Sociabilities in Britain, 1650-1850. Ed. Susan Broomhall. London; New York: Routledge, 2015. 185-201.


Trotter, Jack. “Marianne’s Folly and the Rule of Propriety in Jane Austen’s Sense and Sensibility.” Sense and Sensibility. Ed. Eleanor Bourg Nicholson. San Francisco: Ignatius, 2015: 449-61.


Troost, Linda. “What to Make of Frank Churchill.” Sensibilities 51 (2015): 110-19.


Vickery, Amanda. “No Happy Ending? At Home with Miss Bates in Georgian England.” Persuasions 37 (2015): 134-51.


Viveash, Chris. “Jane Austen: As You Desire Her.” JAS Report (2015): 44-49.


Wass, Ann Buermann. “‘I Am the Neatest Worker of the Party’: Making and Mending the Family’s Wardrobe.” Persuasions On-Line 36.1 (2015). Web.


Werner, Craig, and Rhonda Mawhood Lee. Love and Happiness: Eros According to Dante, Shakespeare, Jane Austen, and the Rev. Al Green. Ashland, OR: White Cloud Press, 2015.


Wilkes, David. “Was the Charming Earl of Morley the Inspiration for Mr. Darcy?” Daily Mail 29 Apr. 2015: 15.


Wilson, Cheryl A. “‘Something like Mine’: Catherine Hutton, Jane Austen, and Feminist Recovery Work.” Eighteenth Century 56.2 (2015): 151-64.


Wilson, Ruth. “What Did I Miss? Re-Reading Jane Austen.” Sensibilities 51 (2015): 5-19.


Wiltshire, John. “The Heroine.” Sabor, Cambridge Emma 105-19.


Wilwerding, Lauren. “Amatory Gifts in Sense and Sensibility.” Persuasions 37 (2015): 208-17.


Wright, Carrie. “‘Unbearably Fine’: The Socio-Political Powers of Jewelry in Jane Austen’s World.” Persuasions On-Line 36.1 (2015). Web.


Wu, Duncan. “Myth 14: Jane Austen Had an Incestuous Relationship with Her Sister.” 30 Great Myths about the Romantics. West Sussex: John Wiley, 2015. 115-23.


Wyett, Jodi L. “Female Quixotism Refashioned: Northanger Abbey, the Engaged Reader, and the Woman Writer.” Eighteenth Century 56.2 (2015): 261-76.


Zimmermann, Ulrike. “Crime Comes to Pemberley: Pride and Prejudice Sequels in Contemporary Crime Fiction.” Birk and Gymnich 227-44.


Zionkowski, Linda, and Mimi Hart. “‘Aunt Jane Began Her Day with Music’: Austen and the Female Amateur.” Persuasions 37 (2015): 165-85.



4. Selected Dissertations


Aschkenes, Deborah. “In the Mind’s Eye: Associationism and Style in the Nineteenth-Century British Novel.” Diss. Columbia U, 2015. DAI-A 76/09(E) (2016); ProQuest (2015): item 3701110. Web. Presents how four canonical nineteenth-century authors—Jane Austen, Walter Scott, Charles Dickens, and George Eliot—created prose styles intended to evoke, enhance, or even resist the spontaneous associative mechanisms considered essential to the comprehension of language. .


Barnes, Ewa. “The Paradoxes of Female Authorship in Samuel Richardson’s Pamela, Or Virtue Rewarded, Jane Austen’s Emma and Henry James’ The Portrait of a Lady.” MA thesis. City U of New York, 2015. Web.


Beach, Rebecca Ann. “Turning their Talk: Gendered Conversation in the Nineteenth-Century British Novel.” Diss. U of Kentucky, 2015. DAI-A 76/10(E) (2016); ProQuest (2015): item. 3707931. Web. Investigates the pressures placed upon female characters’ communication styles as they enter the heterosexual market in Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice and Persuasion, Charlotte Bronte’s Jane Eyre and Villette, and George Eliot’s Middlemarch and Daniel Deronda.


Blythin, Christina. “Scenic Views and Paternalistic Obligations: Depictions of Landscape in the Victorian Realist Novel.” Diss. Michigan State U, 2015. DAI-A 77/05(E) (2016); ProQuest (2015): item 3739998. Web. Chapter one examines Jane Austen’s Mansfield Park as an example of how the landed gentry’s desire to manipulate the structure of private land through “improvements” resulted in their virtual appropriation of all open lands in the countryside.


Brandeberry, Sarah. “Educating Women: Women Writers, the Domestic Novel and the Education Debate, 1790-1820.” Diss. Florida State U, 2015. DAI-A 76/10(E) (2016); ProQuest (2015): item 3706083. Web.


Clark, Alyssa N. “Jane Austen’s World.” MA thesis. San Diego State U, 2015. MAI 55/01M(E) (2015); ProQuest (2015): item 1597820. Web. Discusses Austen’s attention to issues of masculinity.,.


Conley, Tiffany Maurine. “Exploring the World of Jane Austen: Uncovering Austen’s Characters and Gardens in Pride and Prejudice and Northanger Abbey.” MA thesis. Valdosta State U, 2015.


Evans, Leah E. “Odd Creatures and Unlikeable Heroines: Reading beyond Convention in Jane Austen’s Novels.” MA thesis. U of South Alabama, 2015. ProQuest (2015): item 1604639. Web.


Fomich, Nikolai. “Empathy Building, Erroneous Judgments, and Free Indirect Discourse in Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice.” MA thesis. Rutgers U, 2015. Web.


Frank, Patricia. “The Ends of Aloneness: Scenes of Solitude in Nineteenth-Century Fiction.” U of Wisconsin, Madison, 2015. ProQuest (2015): item 3672849. Web. Discusses Persuasion, Villette, and The Odd Women in the context of women’s right to withdrawal.


Gillespie, Janne Burger. “A Man to Preserve or Reform the Nation: Masculinity as Political Rhetoric in English Novels during the Revolution Controversy.” Diss. City U of New York. DAI-A 76/11(E) (2016); ProQuest (2015): item 3712339. Web. Argues that there is a dialectical engagement between masculinity and political views in Maria Edgeworth’s Belinda and Leonora, Charlotte Smith’s Emmeline and Desmond, Frances Burney’s Camilla, Elizabeth Jervis’s Agatha, and Jane Austen’s Emma.


Glosson, Sarah G. “Performing Jane: A Cultural History of Jane Austen’s Fans in America.” Diss. Coll. of William and Mary, 2015. DAI-A 77/06(E) (2015); ProQuest (2015): item 10001843. Web.


Grodsky, Renee Schuman. “The Paradox of the ‘Proper Lady’: Transforming Gothic Mystery into Domestic Terror.” MA thesis. California State U, 2015. MAI 55/01(E) (2017); ProQuest (2015): item 1597223. Web. Discusses Northanger Abbey.


Guin, Katherine A. “An Aristotelian Approach to Jane Austen’s Mansfield Park.” Diss. Florida State U, 2015. DAI-A 76/10(E) (2016); ProQuest (2015): item 3705823. Web.


Higa, Jade. “‘A Stranger to the World’: Women, Bisexuality, and Performance in Eighteenth-Century England.” Diss. Duquesne U, 2015. DAI-A 77/05(E) (2015); ProQuest (2015): item 3740285.Web. Considers representations of bisexuality and sexual fluidity in Charlotte Charke’s A Narrative of the Life of Mrs. Charlotte Charke, Jane Austen’s Mansfield Park, and Joanna Baillie’s Witchcraft.


Houghtaling, Esther. “‘A Thorough Knowledge of Human Nature’: An Application of George Campbell’s Philosophy of Rhetoric to Selected Novels of Jane Austen.” Diss. Texas Woman’s U, 2015. DAI 77-02A(E) (2015); ProQuest (2015): item 3723783. Web.


Huang, Pei-Ching Sophia. “Women in their Worlds of Objects: Construction of Female Agency through Things in the Novels of Jane Austen and Elizabeth Gaskell.” Diss. U of Hull, 2015. Web.


Hunsaker, Amber. “Five Adaptations, Three Gazes, One Story.” MA thesis. Midwestern State U, 2015. Examines the novel and four film adaptations of Pride and Prejudice.


Kao, Vivian Yuan. “Heritage Improved: Postcolonial Cinema Adapts the Nineteenth-Century British Novel.” Diss. Rutgers State U of NJ, 2015. DAI-A 77/04(E) (2015); ProQuest (2015): item 3734230. Web. Discusses the Bollywood versions of Austen’s novels.


Keller, Jory C. “Fan Fiction: An Analysis of Genre and Success.” MA thesis. Northern Illinois U, 2015. MAI 54/05(E) (2016); ProQuest (2015): item 1591018. Web. A study of four works of fan fiction based on Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice.


Lopez, Katherine D. “The Comic and the Monstrous in Nineteenth-Century Gothic Parody and Contemporary Zombie Mash-Ups.” MA thesis. New Mexico Highlands U, 2015. Discusses how Eaton Stannard Barrett and Jane Austen parodied the Gothic genre by playing with its conventions and by using parody and satire to provide readers with moral instruction while also having fun.


Madsen, Emily. “The Nun in the Garret: The Marriage Plot and Religious Epistemology in the Victorian Novel.” U of Wisconsin, Madison, 2015. DAI 76.6 (2015). Web. Examines Jane Austen’s Mansfield Park, Charlotte Brontë’s Villette, Elizabeth Gaskell’s North and South, Wilkie Collins’s The Moonstone, and Mrs. Humphry Ward’s Robert Elsmere.


Mangan, Christine. “‘Not Fit to Be Mentioned’: Legal Ghosts and Displaced Narratives in the Northanger ‘Horrid’ Novels.” Diss. U Coll. Dublin, 2015. DAI-A 76/09(E) (2016); ProQuest (2015): item 3700963. Web.


Marxen, Lis. “Elegant Females and Rational Creatures: The Flawed and Gifted Heroines in Jane Austen’s Mature Novels.” MA thesis. U of Southern Denmark (Kolding), 2015. Web.


Matheson, Moire. “Irish Literary Identity in the Nineteenth-Century British Novel: Rereading Austen, Bronte, and Kipling.” Diss. St. John’s U, New York, 2015. DAI-A 77/01(E) (2016); ProQuest (2015): item 3664215. Web.


Messier, Chantelle. “Garden Pedagogy: Forming Gender and Sexuality in Romantic Literature.” Diss. U of Connecticut, 2015. Doctoral Dissertations. Paper 780. Web. (limited access).


Moe, Melina Karsten. “Public Intimacies: Literary and Sexual Reproduction in the Eighteenth Century.” Diss. Yale U, 2015. DAI-A 77/06(E) (2015); ProQuest (2015): item 10010317. Web. Chapter 5 discusses Austen’s Pride and Prejudice and the character of Charlotte Lucas.


Nelson, Heather. “The Law and the Lady: Consent and Marriage in Nineteenth-Century British Literature.” Diss. Perdue U, 2015. DAI-A 77/01(E) (2015): item 3719691. Web. Chapter 2 discusses engagements, the social law of female acquiescence, actions for breach of promise of marriage, and marriage settlements in Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice, Elizabeth Gaskell’s Wives and Daughters, and Wilkie Collins’s The Woman in White. (limited access).


Nser, Hiba. “Social Class and Marriage in Jane Austen’s Persuasion.” MA thesis. Ben-Gurion U of the Negev, 2015.


Pahlau, Randi. “Hospitality and the Natural World within an Ecotheological Context in William Shakespeare’s Much Ado about Nothing and Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice.” Diss. Kent State U, 2015. ProQuest (2015): item 3739311. Web.


Phoenix, Amanda L. “Redefining Marriage: Ideological Shifts in Victorian Literature.” MA thesis. Central Connecticut State U, 2015. Web. Examines the changing depictions of marriages in Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice, Anthony Trollope’s Can You Forgive Her?, and George Eliot’s Middlemarch.


Rey, Lauren N. “The Landscape Parks of Jane Austen: Gender and Voice.” MA thesis. Florida International U, 2015. FIU Electronic Theses and Dissertations. Paper 2237. Web.


Saikin, Anna Dodson. “Silence, Sentimentalism, and the British Romantic Novel, 1789–1824.” Diss. Rice U, 2015. Web. Discusses the Romantic novelists including Ann Radcliffe, Walter Scott, Frances Burney, and Jane Austen.


Sanderson, Kayla M. “But Where Is the Advantage of a House of Her Own: Defining Independence in Jane Austen’s Interior Spaces.” MA thesis. Abilene Christian U, 2015.


Scuro, Courtney Naum. “Buildings, Bodies, and Patriarchs: The Shared Rhetoric of Social Renovation in Jane Austen’s Mansfield Park, Charlotte Bronte’s Villette, and Elizabeth Gaskell’s North and South.” MA thesis. California State U, 2015. MAI 54/06(E) (2016); ProQuest (2015): item 1594240. Web.


Seward, Heidi A. “‘Copies of Life, and Models of Conduct’: Realism and Female Virtue in the Novels of Charlotte Lennox, Frances Burney, and Jane Austen.” Diss. Baylor U, 2015. DAI-A 77/01(E) (2015). ProQuest (2015): item 3721306. Web.


Shimazaki, Hatsuyo. “Free Indirect Speech in the Work of Jane Austen: The Previously Unappreciated Extent and Complexity of Austen’s Free Indirect Speech and Its Development from Eighteenth Century Fiction.” Diss. U of Southampton, 2015. ProQuest (2015): item 10094725. Web.


Skipsey, Katherine Mary. “Eloquent Bodies: Disability and Sensibility in the Novels of Frances Burney and Jane Austen.” Diss. U of Saskatchewan, 2015. Web.



Spencer, Meredith Leigh. “Social Performance and Reticence: Mental Negotiations in Austen, Brontë, and Eliot.” MA thesis. Virginia Commonwealth U, 2015. Web.


Stockstill, Ellen. “The Fallen Woman and the British Empire in Victorian Literature and Culture.” Diss. Georgia State U, 2015. Web. Examines Mansfield Park, David Copperfield, and Adam Bede. (limited access).


Walker, Daniel T. “Sociable Uncertainties: Literature and the Ethics of Indeterminacy in Eighteenth-Century Britain.” Diss. Princeton U, 2015. DAI-A 76/12(E) (2016); ProQuest (2015): item 3714382. Web. Discusses the works of Laurence Sterne, Anna Letitia Barbauld, and Jane Austen in relation to the role of uncertainty in eighteenth-century British social thought.


Walsh, Shannon Rae. “Jane Austen’s Authorizing of Feminine Sensibility.” MA thesis. Hunter College, 2015.


Wiebracht, Ben. “Cousins and Lovers: A History of the English Love Plot, 1600-1895.” Diss. Stanford U, 2015. DAI-A 77/01(E) (2015); ProQuest (2015): item 3664213. Web. The third chapter, “Manners and Modesty,” explores how authors like Lennox, Burney, and Austen developed ways to keep the Cousin from overwhelming the Lover too early in the story.


Wilson, Rachel Meredith. “A Study of Education in Relation to Jane Austen, Her Society, and Her Works.” MA thesis. Louisiana State U, Shreveport, 2015.


Wolff, Miriam Elizabeth Antonia. “Jane Austen and Belles Lettres: The Rhetorical Influence of Hugh Blair in Jane Austen’s Fiction.” Diss. Northern Illinois U, 2015. DAI-A 77/06(E) (2015); ProQuest (2015): item 10008812. Web.



5. Popular Culture


Adams, Ellery. Murder in the Paperback Parlor. New York: Berkley Prime Crime, 2015. Book Retreat Mystery. The gathering of a Jane Austen reading group.


Adams, Jennifer. Emma: An Emotions Primer. Illus. Alison Oliver. Layton, UT: Gibbs Smith, 2015. BabyLit Books.


Adkins, Samantha. Banff Springs Abbey: Jane Austen’s Northanger Abbey Reimagined. [Author], 2015.


Alford, Michael S., and Dianne M. Alford, eds. Color and Colorability: An Adult Coloring Book Celebrating the Work of Jane Austen (Volume 1). [Author]: CreateSpace, 2015.


Altman, Marsha. The Last of the Wine: Pride and Prejudice Continues. [Author]: Laughing Man, 2015. The Darcys and the Bingleys 10.


Amy, Helen. The Jane Austen Files: A Complete Anthology of Letters and Family Recollections. Stroud: Amberley, 2015.


Andres, Suzie. The Paradise Project. Lake Ariel, PA: Hillside Education, 2015. Based on the characters in Pride and Prejudice.


Andrews, Beth [Paul Bethel]. Love and Freindship and Other Delusions. London: Robert Hale, 2015. Includes Austen’s original text, as well as Bethel’s retelling.


_____. adapt. Love and Freindship and Other Delusions. Narr. Karen Cass. Whitley Bay, UK: Soundings, 2015. Unabridged CD. Includes Austen’s original text, as well as Bethel’s retelling.


Austen, Jane. A Novel Journal: Emma. San Diego: Canterbury Classics 2015. Includes text of the novel alongside blank lines for journaling.


_____. A Novel Journal: Pride and Prejudice. San Diego: Canterbury Classics 2015. Includes text of the novel alongside blank lines for journaling.


Austentatious: Season One. Perf. Danielle Chuchran; Elise Groves; and Kristen Marie Jensen. Dir. Brian Brough. [N.p.]: SunWorld Pictures, 2015. DVD.


Aylmer, Janet. Dialogue with Darcy. Tunbridge Wells: Copperfield, 2015.


Bebris, Carrie. The Suspicion at Sanditon: Or the Disappearance of Lady Denham. New York: Tor, 2015. A Mr. and Mrs. Darcy Mystery.


Becton, Jennifer, et al. Holidays with Jane: Spring Fever. [Authors]: Indie Jane, 2015, c2014. Modern Austen short stories.


Bedlow, Kate. Darcy’s Crush: A Pride and Prejudice Variation. [Author], 2015.


_____. Mrs. Hurst and the Huntsman: A Pride and Prejudice Romance. [Author], 2015.


Beguiling Miss Bennet: Stories Inspired by the Work of Jane Austen. Ed. Lindsay Ashford and Caroline Oakley. Aberystwyth: Honno, 2015.


Berman, Rachel. Aerendgast: The Lost History of Jane Austen. [Author]: Meryton, 2015. What if Jane Austen was secretly married?


Beutler, Linda. A Will of Iron. Oysterville, WA: Meryton, 2015. A Pride and Prejudice retelling.


Beyea, Renée. A Fine Stout Love and Other Stories. [Author]: Oakham, 2015. Pride and Prejudice Petite Tales 1.


Bilson, Catherine. The Best of Relations: A Jane Austen Tribute. [Author], 2015, c2014. A Pride and Prejudice variation.


Bowling, Crystal. With a Twist: A Novel. [Author], 2015. A Pride and Prejudice retelling.


Bray, Ayr. Blinded Recluse. [Author], 2015. Pemberley 3.


_____. Cowardly Witness. [Author], 2015. Pemberley 1.


_____. Pompous Schemes. [Author], 2015. Pemberley 2.


_____. Scent of Desire: A Pride of Prejudice Expansion. [Author], 2015.


Brown, Leenie. For Peace of Mind: A Pride and Prejudice Variation. [Author], 2015.


_____. Oxford Cottage: A Pride and Prejudice Variation. [Author], 2015.


Cecil, Amy. Relentless Considerations: A Tale of Pride and Prejudice. [Author], 2015.


Chan, Crystal S., adapt. Emma: Manga Classics. By Jane Austen. Illus. Po Tse. Richmond Hill, ON: Udon, 2015.


Chisholm, Bronwen. Behind the Mask: A Pride and Prejudice Alternative Novel. [Author], 2015.


_____. Mistress Mary and the General: A Pride and Prejudice Inspired Story. [Author], 2015.


Classic Novel Word Search: Inspired by Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice. UK: Witcherley, 2015. Contains 62 puzzles.


Cowens, Debbie. Murder and Matchmaking. [Wellington]: Paper Road, 2015. Pride and Prejudice meets Sherlock Holmes.


Cross, Cynthia. Lydia Holds Her Tongue: A Pride and Prejudice Sequel. [Author], 2015. A novella.


_____. Wickham Meets His Match: A Pride and Prejudice Sequel. [Author], 2015. A novella.


Curtis Sittenfeld: “Fifty Shades of Jane.” Ask Me Another. NPR, 23 July 2015. Radio. Also on the Web.


DeVito, Carlo. A Jane Austen Christmas: Celebrating the Season of Romance, Ribbons and Mistletoe. Kennebunkport, ME: Cider Mill, 2015.


Diamond, L. L. An Unwavering Trust. [Author]: White Soup, 2015. A Pride and Prejudice variation.


Dixon, P. O. As Good as a Lord. [Author], 2015. A Pride and Prejudice variation.


_____. Lady Elizabeth: Everything Will Change Book 1. [Author], 2015. A Pride and Prejudice variation.


_____. To Refuse Such a Man. [Author], 2015. A Pride and Prejudice variation.


Doxey, Heidi Jo. The Jane Journals of Pemberley Prep: Liam Darcy, I Loathe You! Springville, UT: Sweetwater, 2015.


Eschenhagen, Bettina, ed. and trans. Zärtlichkeit des Herzens: Mit Jane Austen durch das Jahr [Tenderness of Heart: With Jane Austen through the Year]. Berlin Insel-Verl, 2015. German text.


Fairbanks, Rosa. Love Lasts Longest: Alternate Short Tales of Pride and Prejudice. [Author], 2015.


_____. A Sense of Obligation: A Pride and Prejudice Variation. [Author], 2015.


Fairview, Monica, et al. The Darcy Brothers. [Authors]: White Soup, 2015. A novel from the interactive group writing project that includes Monica Fairview, Maria Grace, Cassandra Grafton, Susan Mason-Milks, and Abigail Reynolds.


Fernandez, Beatrix Fitzgerald. “Cassandra Austen Writes to Jane’s Faithless Lover.” Shining from a Different Firmament: Poems. Georgetown, KY: Finishing Line, 2015.


Floyd, April. Mr. Darcy’s Brides: A Pride and Prejudice Variation. [Author], 2015.


_____. No Promise of the Kind: A Pride and Prejudice Variation. [Author], 2015.


_____. The Parson of Pemberley. [Author], 2015. About Mary Bennet.


Fortier, Dennis R. Perception: The Next Generation of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice. [Author], 2015.


Goodwin, Alex, adapt. A Guinea Pig Pride and Prejudice: A Novel in Three Volumes. Illus. Tess Gammell and Belmondo. New York; London: Bloomsbury, 2015.


Grace, Maria. The Darcys’ First Christmas: A Sweet Tea Novella. [Author]: White Soup, 2015.


_____. Mistaking Her Character. [Author]: White Soup, 2015. A Pride and Prejudice variation.


_____. A Spot of Sweet Tea: Hope and Beginnings Short Story Collection. [Author]: White Soup, 2015. Variations on Pride and Prejudice and Emma.


Grahame, Peter, and Henry Seale. Considering George: Being a Sequel to Miss Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice by Two Gentlemen Friends. Albuquerque: Ironic Horse, 2015.


Grahame-Smith, Seth, and Jane Austen. Pride and Prejudice and Zombies. Illus. Roberto Parada. 2009. Philadelphia: Quirk, 2015. The movie tie-in edition.


Gray, Cecilia. Always You. [Author]: Gray Life, 2015. Jane Austen Academy. A YA retelling of Persuasion.


Gregory, J. D. The Jane Austen Code: A Novel. [Author], 2015.


Grey, Marilyn. The Best of Fools. [Author]: Winslet, 2015. A modern retelling of Pride and Prejudice with an 18-year old character named Jane Austen.


Griffeth, Kwen D. Kellynch: Sequel to Jane Austen’s Persuasion. [Author]: CreateSpace, 2015.


Grix, Jean. Darcy Unmasked: A Pride and Prejudice Variation. [Author]: CreateSpace, 2015.


Hahn, Jan. A Peculiar Connection: A Pride and Prejudice Alternate Path. Oysterville, WA: Meryton, 2015.


Hamilton, Eva Maria. Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice Colouring and Activity Book: Featuring Illustrations from 1895. [Author]: Lilac Lane, 2015.


Harlan, Rita. The Pleasures of Pemberley: A Pride and Prejudice Compromise, Vol. 1. [Author], 2015.


Harris, C. S. Who Buries the Dead: A Sebastian St. Cyr Mystery. New York: Obsidian, 2015. Austen makes an appearance.


Hemingway, Collins. The Marriage of Miss Jane Austen: A Novel by a Gentleman. Bloomington, IN: AuthorHouse, 2015.


Hurd, Stanley Michael. Colonel Fitzwilliam and the Countess of Sainte Toulours. [Author], 2015.


Inusa, Manuela. Jane Austen bleibt zum Frühstück: Roman [Jane Austen Stays for Breakfast: A Novel]. München: Blanvalet, 2015. German text.


James, Jenetta. Suddenly Mrs. Darcy. Oysterville, WA: Meryton, 2015.


James, Jenni. Sensible and Sensational. [Author]: Trifecta, 2015. Jane Austen Diaries.


Jeffers, Regina. Elizabeth Bennet’s Deception: A Pride and Prejudice Vagary. [Author], 2015.


_____. Mr. Darcy’s Fault: A Pride and Prejudice Vagary Novella. [Author], 2015.


John, Rachel. Pride and Prejudice A Word Search. [Author], 2015.


Johnson, Sarah. Blame the Mistletoe. [Author], 2015. A Pride and Prejudice variation.


_____. Pursued: Leaving Bennet Behind, Vol. 3. [Author], 2015.


_____. Sweet Caresses. [Author], 2015. Includes the novella Captain’s Log, an alternate tale of Pride and Prejudice.


_____.Whispered Kisses. [Author], 2015. A Pride and Prejudice novella variation.


Joy, Jennifer. Anne’s Adversity: A Pride and Prejudice Variation. [Author], 2015. The Cousins 2.


_____. Colonel Fitzwilliam’s Challenge: A Pride and Prejudice Variation. [Author], 2015. The Cousins 3.


_____. Darcy’s Ultimatum: A Pride and Prejudice Variation. [Author], 2015. The Cousins 1.


_____. Earning Darcy’s Trust: A Pride and Prejudice Variation. [Author], 2015.


Juska, Jane. Mrs. Bennet Has Her Say: A Novel. New York: Berkley, 2015.


Karber, April. The Darcy Governess: A Pride and Prejudice Variation. [Author], 2015. Elizabeth Bennet lands in a Jane Eyre type story.


Kincaid, Victoria. Pride and Proposals: A Pride and Prejudice Variation. [Author], 2015.


King, J. Dawn. Compromised! A Pride and Prejudice Variation. [Author], 2015.


_____. One Love, Two Hearts, Three Stories: A Pride and Prejudice Anthology. [Author], 2015.


King, Katrina. Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice: The Adult Coloring Book. Illus. Hugh Thomson. [Author], 2015.


Klassen, S. M. Mary, Mary, How Extraordinary: The Adventures of Miss Mary Bennet, Vol. 3. [Author]: CreateSpace, 2015.


LaZebnik, Claire. Wrong about the Guy. New York: HarperTeen, 2015. A YA modern take on Emma.


Louise, Kara. Mr. Darcy’s Rival: A Pride and Prejudice Variation. [Author]: Heartworks, 2015.


Lynne, Pamela. Sketching Character: A Jane Austen Inspired Novel. [Author], 2015. A Pride and Prejudice variation.


Mackrory, KaraLynne. Yours Forevermore, Darcy. Oysterville, WA: Meryton, 2015.


Martin, Elizabeth. Love Wins: A Continuation of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice. [Author], 2015.


McCall Smith, Alexander. Emma: A Modern Retelling. New York: Pantheon, 2015, c2014.


McCann, Renata, and Summer Hanford. Pride and Prejudice Villains: Revisited, Redeemed, Reimagined. [Authors], 2015. A collection of six short stories.


McGowan, Ronald. Colonel Brandon’s Secret: What’s in a Name? [Author], 2015.


_____. The Journal of Miss Jane Fairfax: Weymouth to Highbury. [Author], 2015.


_____. Pride Unprejudiced: Being Extracts from the Papers of the Reverend William Collins, Rector of the Parish of Hunsford, in the County of Kent. [Author], 2015.


McKenzie, Octavia. All Jane Austen’s Men: The Journals, Poems and Love Letters of Mr. Darcy, Mr. Knightley and All. [Author], 2015.


Merrill, J. Marc. Jane Austen in Time. [Author]: CreateSpace, 2015.


Mitchell, C. M. Girl Finds Eternity Series, Vol. 1-12: A Pride and Prejudice Variation. [Author], 2015.


_____. The Moving and the Immovable: Mary Crawford, the Second Heroine of Mansfield Park. [Author], 2015. Mansfield Park Adventures 2.


_____. Rash and Rationality: Mary Crawford, the Second Heroine of Mansfield Park. [Author], 2015. Mansfield Park Adventures 3.


_____. Rest and Restlessness: Mary Crawford, the Second Heroine of Mansfield Park. [Author], 2015. Mansfield Park Adventures 1.


Mollenkopf, Carrie. The Redemption of Caroline Bingley: A Pride and Prejudice Sequel. [Author], 2015.


_____. The Vocation of Mary Bennet: A Pride and Prejudice Sequel. [Author], 2015.


Moore, Amy Clarke. The Best of Jane Austen Knits: 27 Regency-Inspired Designs. Fort Collins: Interweave, 2015.


Murray, Carolyn V. Jane by the Sea: Jane Austen’s Love Story. [N.p.]: Sandcastle, 2015.


Mychal, Ann. The Watson Novels: Emma and Elizabeth; Brinshore. [Author], 2015.


North, Beau. Longbourn’s Songbird. Oysterville, WA: Meryton, 2015. A Pride and Prejudice retelling set in South Carolina.


Odiwe, Jane. Jane Austen Lives Again. [Author]: Paintbox, 2015.


Phelps, Linda. The Steele Sisters: A Sense and Sensibility Tale. [Author], 2015.


Price, Sarah. The Matchmaker: An Amish Retelling of Jane Austen’s Emma. Lake Mary, FL: Realms, 2015.


_____. Second Chances: An Amish Retelling of Jane Austen’s Persuasion. Lake Mary, FL: Realms, 2015.


Quinn, Isobel. Sisters Bewitched: Pride and Prejudice and Witches. [Author], 2015. Witches of Austen 1.


Ramos, James. That Girl, Darcy: A Pride and Prejudice Story. [Author]: Future House, 2015.


Reynolds, Abigail. Alone with Mr. Darcy: A Pride and Prejudice Variation. [Author]: White Soup, 2015.


Rorick, Kate, and Rachel Kiley. The Epic Adventures of Lydia Bennet: A Novel. New York: Touchstone, 2015. Lizzie Bennet Diaries.


Rossi, Scarlett. Sexy Mr. Darcy Collection: Sensual Pride and Prejudice Variations. [Author], 2015.


Rowse, Julie L. Lies Jane Austen Told Me. [N.p.]: EAB, 2015.


Sanchis, Rosa. Jane Austen’s Survival Guide. [Author]: CreateSpace, 2015.


Scheuermann, Stefan. Say It Like Miss Austen: A Jane Austen Phrase Thesaurus. College Station, TX: Virtualbookworm, 2015.


Scott, Freya. Mr. Darcy’s Reluctant Bride: A Pride and Prejudice Variation. [Author], 2015.


Silkstone, Barbara. Mister Darcy’s Honeymoon: A Mister Darcy Series Comedic Mystery, Vol. 6. [Author], 2015.


_____. Mister Darcy’s Templars: A Mister Darcy Series Comedic Mystery. [Author], 2015.


_____. Pansy Cottage: A Mister Darcy Series Comedic Mystery, Vol. 4. [Author], 2015.


Sims, Jean. A Tapestry of Lives, Book 2 and 3: A Variation on Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice. [Author]: CreateSpace, 2015.


Stadtlander, Becca, illus. Pride and Prejudice. By Jane Austen. London: Frances Lincoln, 2015. Classics Unfolded. Contains 16 illustrated panels that tell the story of Elizabeth and Darcy. For children.


Stevens, Ginny. Darcy and Elizabeth: An Undeniable Attraction. [Author], 2015. A Pride and Prejudice Compromise.


Street, Amy. Becoming Mary: A Pride and Prejudice Sequel. [Author], 2015.


Swan, Penelope. Darcy Revealed: A Pride and Prejudice Variation. [Author], 2015.


_____. Darcy’s Wager: A Pride and Prejudice Variation. [Author], 2015.


_____. Intrigue at the Ball: A Dark Darcy Mystery. [Author], 2015. Dark Darcy Mysteries 2.


_____. The Netherfield Affair: A Pride and Prejudice Variation. [Author], 2015. Dark Darcy Mysteries 1.


_____. The Poisoned Proposal: A Pride and Prejudice Variation. [Author], 2015. Dark Darcy Mysteries 3.


Taft, Richard, and Judy Miller. Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen: U Color Classics, Vol. 1. [Authors], 2015.


Thompson, Linda. Her Unforgettable Laugh: A Pride and Prejudice Variation. [Author], 2015. Her Unforgettable Laugh 1.


_____. Laughter through Trials: A Pride and Prejudice Variation. [Author], 2015. Her Unforgettable Laugh 2.


Truesdale, Kimberly, et al. Holidays with Jane: Trick or Sweet. [Authors]: Indie Jane, 2015. Modern Austen short stories.


Turner, Sophie. A Constant Love: A Pride and Prejudice Continuation. [Author], 2015.


Van Camp, Wendy. The Curate’s Brother: A Jane Austen Variation of Persuasion. [Author]: CreateSpace, 2015.


Von Purl, Trixie. Pride and Preju-Knits: Twelve Genteel Knitting Projects Inspired by Jane Austen. New York: Harper Design, 2015.


Wegner, Ola. Her Voice of Reason. [Author], 2015. A Pride and Prejudice variation.


Welland, Freydis, ed. British Library Jane Austen Daybook. London: Frances Lincoln, 2015.


West, Elizabeth Ann. An Autumn Accord: A Pride and Prejudice Novella Variation. [Author], 2015. Seasons of Serendipity 4.


_____. By Consequence of Marriage: A Pride and Prejudice Novel Variation. [Author], 2015. The Moralities of Marriage 1.


_____. Very Merry Mischief: A Pride and Prejudice Novella Variation. [Author], 2015, c2014.


_____. A Virtue of Marriage: A Pride and Prejudice Novel Variation. [Author], 2015. The Moralities of Marriage 2.


_____. A Winter Wonder: A Pride and Prejudice Novella Variation. [Author], 2015. Seasons of Serendipity 5.


Westmore, Julie. George and Georgiana. [Author], 2015. A Pride and Prejudice Legacy Novel 1.


Winslow, Shannon. Miss Georgiana Darcy of Pemberley: A Pride and Prejudice Sequel. [Author]: Heather Ridge, 2015. Companion to The Darcys of Pemberley.


Wood, Beth. It Started with a Kiss: A Pride and Prejudice Variation. [Author], 2015.


Wood, Emma. Mr. Bennet’s Bride: A Prequel to Pride and Prejudice. Sydney: David Spicer, 2015, c2014.



Notes on the Jane Austen Bibliography, 2015:


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.


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