No. 30, 2008

CONTENTS

Message from the President
Marsha Huff
9-10
Editorís Note
Susan Allen Ford
11-12

AGM 2008 CHICAGO: AUSTEN’S LEGACY: LIFE, LOVE, & LAUGHTER

A Name to Conjure With
Claudia L. Johnson

15-26

Jane Austen, Samuel Johnson, and the Academy
Jocelyn Harris

27-37 

Victorians versus Victorians: Understanding “Dear Aunt Jane”
Joan Klingel Ray

38-52

Mrs. Gaskell’s North and South: Austen’s Early Legacy
Janine Barchas

53-66

Margaret Oliphant’s Miss Marjoribanks: A Victorian Emma
Amy J. Robinson

67-75

Family and Scholarly Annotations in Lord Brabourne’s Letters: Adventures of an Amateur Academic
Edith Lank

76-87

“Moral Seriousness with Comic Drama”: Austen’s Legacy of Life, Love, and Laughter to Carol Shields
Nora Foster Stovel

88-100

Shades of Austen in Ian McEwan’s Atonement
Juliette Wells

101-112

The Pemberley Effect: Austen’s Legacy to the Historic House Industry
Sarah Parry

113-122

MISCELLANY

The History of Jane Austen’s Writing Desk
Freydis Jane Welland

125-128

Comic Fantasy in Jane Austen’s Juvenilia: Female Roguery and the Charms of Narcissism
Belisa Monteiro

129-134

Mrs. Jennings and Mrs. Palmer: The Path to Female Self-Determination in Austen’s Sense and Sensibility
Kathleen Anderson and Jordan Kidd

135-148

Derbyshires Corresponding: Elizabeth Bennet and the Austen Tour of 1833
Kelly M. McDonald

149-158 

“Locke, Richardson, and Austen: or, How to Become a Gentleman”
Isabelle Bour

159-169

Mansfield Park Reconsidered: Pheasants, Game Laws, and the Hidden Critique of Slavery
Helena Kelly

170-180

Emma and Twelfth Night
Thomas Rand

181-186

Jane Austen’s Englishness: Emma as National Tale
Brian C. Southam

187-201

“O Leave Novels”: Jane Austen, Sir Charles Grandison, Sir Edward Denham, and Rob Mossgiel
Elaine Bander

202-215

“To be above Vulgar Economy”: Thrifty Measures in Jane Austen’s Letters
Susan Allen Ford

216-221

Jane Austen’s Unfinished Business
Janet Todd and Linda Bree

222-234

Notes on a Turkish Edition of Pride and Prejudice: An Editor’s Perspective
Rana Tekcan

235-240

“Completely without Sense”: Lost in Austen
Laurie Kaplan

241-254

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