No. 33, 2011

CONTENTS

Message from the President 7-8
Editor’s Note 9-10

AGM 2011: Fort Worth: JANE AUSTEN: 200 YEARS OF SENSE AND SENSIBILITY

“Wealth has much to do with it”: The Economics of Sense and Sensibility
Sheryl Craig

13-28

The Narrator’s Voice and the Sense of Sense and Sensibility
Marcia McClintock Folsom

29-39 

Optimism and Pessimism: Approaching Sense and Sensibility through Cognitive Therapy
Beth Lau

40-52

Woman’s Language; or, How to Speak like Mrs. Palmer (and Other Silly People)
Patricia Howell Michaelson

53-60

Exonerating Mrs. Dashwood
Kathryn Davis

61-74

Mrs. Dashwood’s Insight: Reading Edward Ferrars and Columella; or, The Distressed Anchoret
Susan Allen Ford

75-88

Playing with Genesis: Sonship, Liberty, and Primogeniture in Sense and Sensibility
Joyce Kerr Tarpley

89-102

Jane Austen’s One Hundred Years in China
Helong Zhang

103-114

Jane Austen, Revolution, Socialist Realism, and Reception:
A Response to Helong Zhang’s “Jane Austen: 100 Years in China”

Theresa Kenney

115-122

MISCELLANY

Jane Austen beside the Seaside: Devonshire and Wales 1801–1803
Brian C. Southam

125-147

“Me, a tuneful Poet”: Jane Austen’s Verse
Barbara K. Seeber

148-153

Screens and Screening in Sense and Sensibility
Sally B. Palmer

154-165

Secret Sharing and Secret Keeping: Lucy Steele’s Triumph in Speculation
Lynda A. Hall

166-171

Speaking Fictions: The Genres of Talk in Sense and Sensibility
Juliet McMaster

172-186

Small Talk in Austen
Paul Sweeten

187-194

When Did Darcy Fall in Love?
Leo Rockas

195-201

The Rushworths of Wimpole Street
Laurie kaplan

202-214

“All the rational pleasures of an elegant society”: Re-examining Austen’s View of London
A. Rose Pimentel

215-222

Emma and the Problem of Advice
Linda Zionkowski

223-237

Comic Resolution, Humorous Loose Ends in Austen’s Novels
Margie Burns

238-243

Johanna von Austen, “A Fatal Bluestocking from the Good Old Days”:
Jane Austen, Madame de Staël, Annette von Droste-Hülshoff, and the Woman Artist

Elisabeth Lenckos

244-254

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