No. 24, 2002

CONTENTS

Annual General Meetings of the Jane Austen Society of North America 6
Message from the President 7-8
Editor’s Note 10-11

AGM 2002 TORONTO: JANE AUSTEN’S WORLD

1802: Jane Austen and her World 200 years ago
MAGGIE LANE
15-32
Beckford, Godwin, Austen, and the Divisive 1790s
KENNETH W. GRAHAM
33-46 
“Follies and nonsense, whims and inconsistencies do divert me”: Politeness in Pride and Prejudice, Henry Fielding’s “Essay on Conversation” and Tom Jones
SARAH E. BROWN, MARY JANE CURRY
47-58
Shaftesbury’s Art of “Soliloquy” in Mansfield Park
LORRIE CLARK
59-70
Jane Austen and the Enclosure Movement: The Sense and Sensibility of Land Reform
(full text available, requires Adobe Acrobat)
CELIA EASTON
71-89
“I have just learnt to love a hyacinth”: Jane Austen’s Heroines in their Novelistic Landscape
BARBARA WENNER
90-101
Recreating Jane Austen’s World on Film
(full text available, requires Adobe Acrobat)
ELSA SOLENDER
102-120
Pierce Egan’s Life in London, or Is This What Jane’s Gentlemen Were Up To When Their Author Wasn’t Looking?
JOAN FREILICH
121-132
“My Idea of a Chapel” in Jane Austen’s World
SARAH EMSLEY
133-142
Jane Austen and Adultery
SUSANNAH FULLERTON
143-163
“A disagreement between us”: Gendered Argument in Austen’s Novels
BARBARA LAUGHLIN ADLER
164-176
“Intimate by instinct”: Mansfield Park and the Comedy of King Lear
SUSAN ALLEN FORD
177-197

MISCELLANY

“Your portion is unhappily so small”: Jane Austen and The Dreadful Proposal
BARBARA ALICE MANN
201-210
From Mansfield Park to Gosford Park: The English Country House from Austen to Altman
PETER W. GRAHAM
211-225
Jane Austen and Winchester Cathedral
BRIAN SOUTHAM
226-240
George Austen and The Proctors’ Revolt
CHRIS JONES
241-250
Sydney Smith, Jane Austen, and Henry Tilney
CHRIS VIVEASH
251-255
Jane Austen’s World as Postmodern Simulacrum in Fielding’s Narratives of Bridget Jones
LAURA MOONEYHAM WHITE
256-269 
Jane Austen, Works and Studies 2001
BARRY ROTH
270-272

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