No. 28, 2006

CONTENTS

Message from the President
Joan Klingel Ray
7-8
Editor’s Note
Susan Allen Ford
9-10

AGM 2006 TUCSON: FRESH PERSPECTIVES ON MANSFIELD PARK

Crawfords on the Couch: A Psychoanalytical Exploration of the Effects of the “Bad School” on Henry and Mary Crawford
MIRIAM RHEINGOLD FULLER
13-30
The Many Mothered, Motherless Fanny Price
ELVIRA CASAL
31-40 
Mad as the Devil but Smiling Sweetly: Repressed Female Anger in Mansfield Park
STEPHANIE M. EDDLEMAN
41-51
“I am a wild beast”: Patricia Rozema’s Forward Fanny
(full text available, requires Adobe Acrobat)
ALISON SHEA
52-58
In Defense of Patricia Rozema’s Mansfield Park
(full text available, requires Adobe Acrobat)
DAVID MONAGHAN
59-64
Part of an Englishwoman’s Constitution: The Presence of Shakespeare in Mansfield Park
MARCIA McCLINTOCK FOLSOM
65-80
Exploring Mansfield Park: In the Footsteps of Fanny Price
(full text available, requires Adobe Acrobat)
JOHN WILTSHIRE
81-100
A Harpist Arrives at Mansfield Park: Music and the Moral Ambiguity of Mary Crawford
JULIETTE WELLS
101-114
Mansfield Park and the 1814 Novels: Waverley, The Wanderer, Patronage
ELAINE BANDER
115-125
What the Ear Has to Offer: A Soundscape of Mansfield Park
DEIRDRE GILBERT
126-136
Lifting the Heart to Rapture: Harmony, Nature, and the Unmusical Fanny Price
KATHRYN L. LIBIN
137-149
Star-gazing with Fanny Price
MAGGIE LANE
150-165
Vows in Mansfield Park: The Promises of Courtship
PAMELA REGIS
166-175
Money, Morals, and Mansfield Park: The West Indies Revisited
JUNE STURROCK
176-184
From Page to Screen: Dancing to the Altar in Recent Film Adaptations of Jane Austen’s Novels
(full text available, requires Adobe Acrobat)
NORA FOSTER STOVEL
185-198
Searching for Jane Austen in Mary Crawford
EMILY AUERBACH
199-207
Addressing Readerly Unease: Discovering the Gothic in Mansfield Park
LYNDA A. HALL
208-216
Jane Austen’s Relics and the Treasures of the East Room
CLAUDIA L. JOHNSON
217-230

MISCELLANY

Jane Austen and Birthdays
MARGIE BURNS
233-237
“The three Sisters”: A “little bit of Ivory”
(full text available, requires Adobe Acrobat)
FRANCES BEER
238-250
Dancing Through Austen’s Plots: A Pedagogy of the Body
CELIA A. EASTON
251-254
Midshipman Price at Trafalgar
JULIET McMASTER
255-257
“I have frequently . . . regretted the manner of her life”: Patrick O’Brian’s Diana Villiers and Jane Austen’s Cousin, Eliza de Feullide
JAMES R. SIMMONS, JR
258-263
General Tilney and Bath Water
AKIKO TAKEI
264-269 

© Jane Austen Society of North America, Inc. All rights reserved. Contributors retain their individual copyrights.

Return to list of  issues of Persuasions

Return to Home Page