No. 9, December 16, 1987

CONTENTS

Editorial
Illustrations
President’s Letter
Notes on the Ninth Annual Meeting Judith Terry,
Sallie Wadsworth
Mrs. Elton and the Slave Trade Mary DeForest
Yes, there is a Petty France Dean Cantrell
All the “Write” Moves: or, Theatrical Gesture in Sense and Sensibility Judith W. Fisher
Verses Kathleen Glancy
Fanny Price as Cinderella: Folk and Fairy-Tale in Mansfield Park Janice C. Simpson
Charades, Anyone? Patricia M. Shepherd
Travelling in the Steps of Jane Austen Celine M. Kear
Elizabeth Ponders: a Triolet Virginia Golden
Gunfight at the Combe Magna Corral Mary Hardenbrook
News from St. Nicholas Church, Steventon
The Unknown Lover Constance Pilgrim
The Jane Austen Top Ten Kathleen Glancy
The Withering Eye, the Transmuting Hand, the Alchemies of Pride and Prejudice Sidney Ives
JASNA Essay Competition
Competition 1988
Competition Winners, 1987
Pen Sketches in Verse, from the Letters Patricia M. Shepherd
An Amusing Study: Family Likenesses in Pride and Prejudice Jocelyn Creigh Cass
Visiting Edward Cooper Gaye King

PAPERS FROM THE NEW YORK CONFERENCE


A Scotchman at Overton: Jane Austen’s North Hampshire Anthony Trollope
Lady Susan and the Juvenilia
   Jane Austen: the “Juvenilia” A. Walton Litz
   “We fainted alternately on a sofa”: Female Friendship in Jane Austen’s Juvenilia Deborah J. Knuth
   Jane Austen and the Uncommon Reader Laurie Kaplan
   The Madness of Jane Austen: Metonymic Style and Literature’s Resistance to Interpretation Ellen E. Martin
   Lady Susan: The Wicked Mother in Jane Austen’s Novels Barbara J. Horwitz
   Female Resources: Epistles, Plot, and Power Patricia Spacks
Contributors

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