No. 22, 2000

CONTENTS

Annual General Meetings of the Jane Austen Society of North America 6
Message from the President: Code Word Jane Austen, or How a Chinese Film about Martial Arts Teaches Life Arts 7-12

MISCELLANY

Music, Character, and Social Standing in Jane Austens Emma
KATHERINE L. SHANKS LIBIN
15-30
The Purity of Jane; or, Austens Cultural Importance in Nineteenth-Century America
D. MICHAEL KRAMP
31-40 
Libertinism in Jane Austen’s Novels
K. L. SAVAGE
41-49
The Riddles of Emma
COLLEEN A. SHEEHAN
50-61
Dancing in Chains: Feminist Satire in Pride and Prejudice
JUDITH WYLIE
62-69
“Don’t Put Your Daughter on the Stage, Lady B”: Talking about Theatre in Jane Austen’s Mansfield Park
JUDITH W. FISHER
70-86
Emma and her Influence on Future Self-Deceiving Literary Heroines
ZOË C. KAPLAN
87-97
Jane Austen: Closet Classicist
MARY DEFOREST
98-104
What Jane Austen Meant by “Raffish”
PETER KNOX-SHAW
105-108
Jane Austen and Rhoda: A Further Postscript to Persuasions 20 (1998)
DAVID GILSON
109-111

AGM 2000 BOSTON: PRIDE AND PREJUDICE

Pride and Prejudice: Past, Present, Future
MARCIA MCCLINTOCK FOLSOM
115-118
Sleeping with Mr. Collins
RUTH PERRY
119-135
Jane Austen: In Search of Time Present
JULIA PREWITT BROWN
136-155
Virgin Sacrifice: Elizabeth Bennet After Jane Austen
EDWARD COPELAND
156-174
“Not a day went by without a solitary walk”: Elizabeth’s Pastoral World
MARY JANE CURRY
175-186
Practising the Virtues of Amiability and Civility in Pride and Prejudice
SARAH EMSLEY
187-198 
A Fine House Richly Furnished: Pemberley and the Visiting of Country Houses
STEPHEN CLARKE
199-217
“Disarming Reproof”: Pride and Prejudice and the Power of Criticism
PRISCILLA GILMAN
218-229
Mr. Bennet and His Daughters
PETER SABOR
230-239
Jane Austen, Works and Studies 1999
BARRY ROTH
240-243

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