PERSUASIONS ON-LINE V.35, NO.1 (Winter 2014)

Jane Austen Bibliography, 2013

Deborah Barnum


Deborah Barnum (email: is a former law librarian, now a bookseller of fine and collectible books, the Regional Coordinator for the JASNA Vermont Region, and an inveterate reader and collector of bibliographies.


A few words on format: the Bibliography has five sections:


  1. Austen Editions:  original works, under Austen if no extensive annotation or editing is involved, otherwise under the editor’s name

  2. Austen Circle:  original works/editions by and about Austen family members and friends

  3. Austen Studies:  biographical, critical, and interpretive works

  4. Dissertations:  a select, rather than exhaustive, list of works specifically on Austen

  5. Popular Culture:  sequels, continuations, mash-ups, films, merchandise, etc.

Explanatory notes are at the end of the document.



1. Austen Editions


Austen, Jane. Amour et Amitié [Love and Freindship]. Pref. G. K. Chesterton. Paris: Éditions Payot and Rivages, 2013. French text.


_____. The Complete Novels of Jane Austen. New York: Race Point, 2013. Knickerbocker Classics.


_____. Emma. San Diego: Canterbury Classics, 2013. Word Cloud Classics.


_____. Emma. Narr. Judi Pennington. Ramona: Cherry Hill, 2013. CD.


_____. The Illustrated Works of Jane Austen. Vol. 1. 1985. London: Bounty, 2013. Includes Pride and Prejudice, Mansfield Park, and Persuasion; with Hugh Thomson illustrations.


_____. The Illustrated Works of Jane Austen. Vol. 2. 1987. London: Bounty, 2013. Includes Sense and Sensibility, Emma, and Northanger Abbey; with Hugh Thomson illustrations.


_____. Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice. Calgary: Queensbridge, 2013. 200th anniversary edition, with illustrations by Hugh Thomson and C. E. Brock.


_____. Lady Susan. Trans. Michel Laporte. Paris: Hachette, 2013. French text.


_____. Lady Susan and Other Works. Introd. Nicholas Seager. Ware: Wordsworth, 2013.


_____. Mansfield Park. Trans. Metka Osredkar. Dob pri Domžalah, Slovenia: Miš, 2013. Slovenian text.


_____. Oeuvres romanesques complètes. Vol. 2. Ed. Pierre Goubert, Guy Laprevotte, and Jean Pichardie. Paris: Gallimard, 2013. Bibliothèque de la Pléiade. French text. Includes Mansfield Park, Emma, Persuasion, and Sanditon.


_____. Orgullo y Prejuicio; Sentido y Sensibilidad. Madrid: Edimat, 2013. ObraSelectas. Spanish translation of Pride and Prejudice and Sense and Sensibility.


_____. The Penguin Complete Novels of Jane Austen. New York: Viking, 2013. UK title: The Penguin Complete Jane Austen. Includes the six novels and Lady Susan.


_____. Persuasion. San Diego: Canterbury Classics, 2013. Word Cloud Classics.


_____. Persuasión. Trans. Juan Jesús Zaro. Madrid: Alianza, 2013.


_____. Pride and Prejudice. Harpenden, UK: Pulp the Classics, 2013. Cover states: “Lock up your daughters—Darcy’s in Town.”


_____. Pride and Prejudice. Introd. Sebastian Faulks. Illus. Anna Balbusso and Elena Balbusso. London: Folio Society, 2013.


_____. Sense and Sensibility. Melbourne: Brolga, 2013.


_____. Sense and Sensibility. Introd. Joanna Trollope. London: HarperCollins, 2013.


_____. Volume the First. Introd. Kathryn Sutherland. Oxford: Bodleian Library, 2013. A facsimile of the first volume of the juvenilia.


Benedict, Barbara M., and Deirdre Le Faye, eds. Northanger Abbey. By Jane Austen. 2006. New York: Cambridge UP, 2013. Cambridge Edition of the Works of Jane Austen.


Copeland, Edward, ed. Sense and Sensibility. By Jane Austen. 2006. New York: Cambridge UP, 2013. Cambridge Edition of the Works of Jane Austen.


Cronin, Richard, and Dorothy McMillan, eds. Emma. By Jane Austen. 2005. New York: Cambridge, 2013. Cambridge Edition of the Works of Jane Austen.


Rogers, Pat, ed. Pride and Prejudice. By Jane Austen. 2006. New York: Cambridge UP, 2013. Cambridge Edition of the Works of Jane Austen.


Sabor, Peter, ed. Juvenilia. By Jane Austen. 2006. New York: Cambridge UP, 2013. Cambridge Edition of the Works of Jane Austen.


Shapard, David M., ed. The Annotated Northanger Abbey. By Jane Austen. New York: Anchor, 2013.


Spacks, Patricia Meyers, ed. Sense and Sensibility: An Annotated Edition. By Jane Austen. Cambridge: Belknap-Harvard UP, 2013.


Todd, Janet, and Antje Blank, eds. Persuasion. By Jane Austen. 2006. New York: Cambridge UP, 2013. Cambridge Edition of the Works of Jane Austen.


Todd, Janet, and Linda Bree, eds. Later Manuscripts. By Jane Austen. 2008. New York: Cambridge UP, 2013. Cambridge Edition of the Works of Jane Austen.


Wiltshire, John, ed. Mansfield Park. By Jane Austen. 2005. New York: Cambridge UP, 2013. Cambridge Edition of the Works of Jane Austen.



2. Austen Circle


Austen-Leigh, Mary Augusta. Personal Aspects of Jane Austen. 1920. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2013. Cambridge Library Collection.


Bennett, Stuart. “Lord Moira and the Austens.” Persuasions 35 (2013): 129-52.


Hurst, Jane. “Chawton’s Christmas Customs.” JAS Report (2013): 31-34.


Huxley, Victoria. Jane Austen and Adlestrop: Her Other Family: A New Perspective on Jane Austen and Her Novels. Adlestrop: Windrush, 2013.


_____. “The Stoneleigh Inheritance.” Transactions 24 (2013): 74-94.


Jones, Hazel. “Portraits of Perfection.” JARW 62 (2013): 33-37. Austen family miniatures.


Le Faye, Deirdre. “James Austen’s 1814 ‘Sermon Scraps.’” JAS Report (2013): 57-65.


Lefroy, Helen. “‘So entirely perfect’: Edward Cracroft Lefroy.” JAS Report (2013): 40-41.


Schumer, Beryl. The Perrotts of North Leigh. Illus. Colin Armitage. [Author]: Friends of St. Mary’s North Leigh, 2013. See the epilogue on Jane Austen and the Leigh Perrotts.


Slothouber, Linda. “‘A dreadful day’: Two Austen Funerals.” JAS Report (2013): 36-39.


_____. “Happily Married.” JARW 62 (2013): 27-30. Discusses Austen’s Uncle and Aunt, James and Jane Leigh-Perrot.


Stobart, Jon. “Stoneleigh Abbey in the Eighteenth Century: The House and its Owners.” Transactions 24 (2013): 65-73.


Viveash, Chris. “Jane Austen’s Golden Brat.” JAS Report (2013): 30-31. About Charles Edward Lefroy, Madame Lefroy’s grandson.


Wade, Stephen. Jane Austen’s Aunt behind Bars: Writers and Their Criminal Relatives and Associates, 1700-1900. London: Thames River, 2013. See chapter 6.


Wilson, Margaret. “Writers in Jane Austen’s Kentish Family.” Austentations 13 (2013): 51-56.



3. Austen Studies


Adkins, Roy, and Lesley Adkins. Jane Austen’s England. New York: Viking; 2013. Published in the UK in 2013 by Little Brown under the title Eavesdropping on Jane Austen’s England: How Our Ancestors Lived Two Centuries Ago.


Allen, Louise. Walking Jane Austen’s London. Oxford: Shire, 2013.


Amy, Helen. Jane Austen. Stroud: Amberley, 2013.


Anderson, Kathleen, and Christina E. Unkel. “‘. . . Let Him Succeed at Last, Fanny’: Edmund Bertram as Henry Crawford’s Double in Jane Austen’s Mansfield Park.” Sensibilities 46 (2013): 53-68.


Ard, Patricia M. “George Austen’s Absence from Family Life: The Shifting Biographical Response.” Persuasions On-Line 34.1 (2013). Web.


Artt, Sarah, et al. “The Many Lovers of Miss Jane Austen.” Raw and Dryden 65-81. Six scholars discuss the 2011 BBC production presented by Amanda Vickery.


Auerbach, Emily. “Pride and Proliferation.” Todd, P&P 186-97.


Auger, Emily. “The Tarot of Jane Austen: Re-Envisioning the World.” Reconstruction: Studies in Contemporary Culture 12.4 (2013). Web.


Austin-Bolt, Caroline. “Mediating Happiness: Performances of Jane Austen’s Narrators.” Studies in Eighteenth-Century Culture 42 (2013): 271-89.


Avery, Graham. “Reginald Farrer and Jane Austen.” JAS Report (2013): 46-57.


Ballinger, Gill. “Austen’s Bath and Bath’s Jane: Austen Writing the City and Its Twenty-First-Century Marketing of Heritage Jane.” Persuasions On-Line 34.1 (2013). Web.


Bander, Elaine. “From Cecilia to Pride and Prejudice: ‘What becomes of the moral?’Persuasions On-Line 34.1 (2013). Web.


Barchas, Janine. “How Celebrity Name-Dropping Leads to Another Model for Pemberley.” Persuasions 35 (2013): 75-94.


_____. “The Jane Austen Book Club.” New York Times Book Review 17 Feb. 2013: 27. The history of book covers for Pride and Prejudice. Also on the Web.


_____. “Pow! Marvel Comics Adapts Jane Austen.” Eighteenth-Century Life 37.2 (2013): 120-25.


_____. “Sense, Sensibility, and Soap: An Unexpected Case Study in Digital Resources for Book History.” Book History 16 (2013): 185-214. Also on the Web.


_____. What Jane Saw. Austin: U Texas at Austin, 2013. Web. An e-gallery historical reconstruction of the exhibition of the works of Sir Joshua Reynolds that Jane Austen visited on May 24, 1813.


Barker, Elisa. “‘Jane Austen is My Homegirl’: American Janeites and the Ironic Postmodern Identity.” Raw and Dryden 189-201.


Barnum, Deborah. “Jane Austen Bibliography, 2012.” Persuasions On-Line 34.1 (2013). Web.


Barrs, Jerram. “Jane Austen, Novelist of the Human Heart.” Echoes of Eden: Reflections on Christianity, Literature, and the Arts. Wheaton: Crossway, 2013. 169-92.


Barry, Michael Thomas. “Jane Austen.” Literary Legends of the British Isles: The Lives and Burial Places of 50 Great Writers. Atglen: Schiffer, 2013.


Bennhold, Katrin. “Bid to Honor Austen Is Not Universally Acknowledged.” New York Times 5 Aug. 2013: A5. The counter-campaign against putting Jane Austen on the £10 note.


Benis, Toby R. “Shipwrecked on Land in Persuasion.” Persuasions 35 (2013): 200-11.


Berger, Richard. “Hang a Right at the Abbey: Jane Austen and the Imagined City.” Raw and Dryden 119-41.


BookCaps Editors. The Emma Companion. Anaheim: BookCaps, 2013. BookCaps Study Guides. Includes study guide, plot overview, historical context, biography and character index.


_____. Making Sense of [Jane Austen’s] Persuasion! Anaheim: BookCaps, 2013. BookCaps Study Guides. Includes Study Guide, Biography, and Modern Retelling.


_____. The Mansfield Park Companion. Anaheim: BookCaps, 2013. BookCaps Study Guides. Includes study guide, plot overview, historical context, biography and character index.


_____. The Pride and Prejudice Companion. Anaheim: BookCaps, 2013. BookCaps Study Guides. Includes study guide, plot overview, historical context, biography and character index.


_____. The Sense and Sensibility Companion. Anaheim: BookCaps, 2013. BookCaps Study Guides. Includes study guide, plot overview, historical context, biography and character index.


Bourbon, Brett. “Elizabeth Bennet, the Socrates of Descriptive Reason.” Persuasions On-Line 34.1 (2013). Web.


Bowlby, Rachel. “Placement: Jane Austen’s Mansfield Park.” A Child of One’s Own: Parental Stories. Oxford: Oxford UP, 2013. 162-76.


Bree, Linda. “The Literary Context.” Todd, P&P 56-66.


Brown, Carolyn J. “Such ‘Sparkling Vitality’: The Note that Connects Eudora Welty’s Delta Wedding with Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice.” Persuasions 35 (2013): 225-34.


Brumit. M. W. “‘[T]hey both like Vingt-un better than Commerce’: Characterization and Card Games in Pride and Prejudice.” Persuasions On-Line 34.1 (2013). Web.


Bullamore, Tim. “Sex, Money and Death: Obituaries in the Time of Jane Austen.” Sensibilities 46 (2013): 15-28.


Bury, Jocelyn. “Chawton House Library’s First Decade.” JARW 63 (2013): 48-50.


Butler, Ed. “The Portrait of the Artist as a Young Girl?” Austentations 13 (2013): 57-59. Discusses the Rice Portrait.


Byrne, Paula. The Real Jane Austen: A Life in Small Things. New York: Harper, 2013.


Cabaret, Florence. “Jane Austen Goes to Bollywood—With a Pinch of Salt.” Screening Text: Critical Perspectives on Film Adaptation. Ed. Shannon Wells-Lassagne and Ariane Hudelet. Jefferson: McFarland, 2013. 140-52.


Cartmell, Deborah. “Becoming Jane in Screen Adaptations of Austen’s Fiction.” The Writer on Film: Screening Literary Authorship. Ed. Judith Buchanan. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2013. 151-63.


Cano López, Marina. “In Flesh and Blood: Jane Austen as a Postmodern Fictional Character.” Raw and Dryden 143-64.


Carroll, Laura, and John Wiltshire. “Film and Television.” Todd, P&P 162-73.


Carson, James P. “‘One of Folly’s Puppies’: Austen and Animal Studies.” Raw and Dryden 165-87.


Charles River Editors. British Legends: The Life and Legacy of Jane Austen. [Author], 2013.


Chawton House Library. Female Spectator 17.1-2 (2013). Ed. Gillian Dow, Sandy White, and Stephen Bygrave. Alton, Hampshire: Chawton House Library, 2013. Austen-related essays individually cited.


Chen, Li-ching. “‘Woman is Fine for Her Own Satisfaction Alone’: Fashion in Jane Austen’s Letters.” Sun Yat-sen Journal of Humanities 34 (2013): 1-20.


Chishty-Mujahid, Nadya Q. Eighteenth-Century Influences on Jane Austen’s Early Fiction. Lewiston: Edwin Mellen, 2013.


Chwe, Michael Suk-Young. Jane Austen, Game Theorist. Princeton: Princeton UP, 2013.


Ciambella, Fabio. Testo, danza e corpo nell’ottocento Inglese [Text, Dance and Body in Nineteenth Century English [Literature]]. Pref. Francesca Saggini. Roma: Aracne, 2013. Text in Italian with passages in English; discusses all six Austen novels and Oscar Wilde’s Salomè.


Cooper, Liz Philosophos. “First Impressions.” JARW 61 (2013): 16-20.


Cornett, Sheryl. “Jane Austen for Our Time: Rosamunde Pilcher’s The Shell Seekers (1987).” Raw and Dryden 51-63.


Cowper-Coles, Sherard. “Hearts and Minds: Confessions of a Janeite.” Austentations 13 (2013): 3-12. An edited version of his talk published in the JAS Report (2012): 96-105.


Cox, Jessica. “A Strange Post[Feminist] Moment’? Conflicting Constructions of Femininity in ITV’s Lost in Austen (2008).” Critical Studies in Television: The International Journal of Television Studies 8.1 (2013): 36-51.


Craig, Sheryl. “Pride and Prejudice and Poor Laws.” Persuasions 35 (2013): 64-74.


Crépu, Michel, ed. Pourquoi Jane Austen est la meilleure [Why Jane Austen is the Best]. Spec. issue of Revue des deux mondes, Mai 2013: 1-190. French text.


Currey, Mason. Daily Rituals: How Artists Work. New York: Knopf, 2013. A Jane Austen mention.


Davis, Kathryn. “Austen’s ‘Providence’ in Persuasion.” Persuasions 35 (2013): 212-24.


Dick, Alexander. “Standard Novels.” Romanticism and the Gold Standard: Money, Literature, and Economic Debate in Britain 1790-1830. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2013. 150-85. See section in this chapter “Empire and Standardization: Austen’s Mansfield Park.”


Donahue, Deirdre. “Why Are We Still So Passionate about Pride and Prejudice?” USA Today 28 Jan. 2013: 1d. Also on the Web.


Dooley, Gillian. “Naipaul’s Jane Trouble.” JARW 64 (2013): 46-50.


Dow, Gillian. “Translations.” Todd, P&P 122-36.


Duckenfield, Bridget. “Jane Austen and the Animal Kingdom in her Novels.” Austentations 13 (2013): 43-50.


Dryden, Robert G. “Inventing Jane: Pleasure, Passion, and Possessiveness in the Jane Austen Community.” Raw and Dryden 103-17.


Eason, Sarah. “Henry Tilney: Queer Hero of Northanger Abbey.” Persuasions On-Line 34.1 (2013). Web.


Edmonds, Antony. Jane Austen’s Worthing: The Real Sanditon. Stroud: Amberley, 2013.


“Elegant English.” Vocabula Review 15.10 (2013): 1-3. Sites sentences from Jane Austen, Charles Dickens, and Stephen Crane.


Elfenbein, Andrew. “Austen’s Minimalism.” Todd, P&P 109-21.


Ennos, Nicholas. Jane Austen: A New Revelation. Manchester, UK: Senesino, 2013.


Evans, Ian. “English Soap Opera Turns 200: Pride and Prejudice Still Resonates Today.” Christian Science Monitor 13 Sept. 2013. Web.


Feldman, Sally. “21st-Century Sensibility.” Times Higher Education 7 Nov. 2013: 33. Highlights recent Jane Austen happenings in the UK.


Fellows, Mary Louise. “Eighteenth-Century Moral Sentiments in Defense of the Twenty-First Century Estate Tax: What Adam Smith and Jane Austen Can Teach Us.” Beyond Economic Efficiency in United States Tax Law. Ed. David A. Brennen, Karen B. Brown, and Darryll K. Jones. New York: Wolters Kluwer, 2013. 217-39. Aspen Elective.


Fereydouni, Fatemeh Gholipour. Moving between Literature and Cinema: Adaptation and Appropriation of Jane Austen’s Major Novels. Champaign: Common Ground, 2013.


Field, Suzette. “The Ball at Mansfield Park.” A Curious Invitation: The Forty Greatest Parties in Fiction. New York: Harper, 2013, c2012. 45-52.


Fletcher, Angus, and Mike Benveniste. “A Scientific Justification for Literature: Jane Austen’s Free Indirect Style as Ethical Tool.” Journal of Narrative Theory 43.1 (2013): 1-18.


Ford, Susan Allen. “Mr. Collins Interrupted: Reading Fordyce’s Sermons with Pride and Prejudice.” Persuasions On-Line 34.1 (2013). Web.


Franklin, Caroline. “‘The Interest is Very Strong, Especially for Mr. Darcy’: Jane Austen, Byron, and Romantic Love.” The Female Romantics: Nineteenth-Century Women Novelists and Byronism. 2013. 83-102.


Friday, Penelope. “Spinster’s Choice.” JARW 64 (2013): 23-26.


Friedman, Emily C. “Austen among the Fragments: Understanding the Fate of Sanditon (1817).” Women’s Writing 20.1 (2013): 115-29.


Fujita, Eisuke. Essays on Dickens, Forster, Austen: A Japanese Reader’s Appreciation. Yokohama: Shumpusya, 2013.


Fullerton, Susannah. Celebrating Pride and Prejudice: 200 Years of Jane Austen’s Masterpiece. Minneapolis: Voyageur, 2013. UK title: Happily Ever After: Celebrating Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice. London: Frances Lincoln, 2013.


_____. “Pride and Prejudice Goes Overseas: The Translations.” Sensibilities 46 (2013): 5-14.


_____. “Selling Pride and Prejudice.” JARW 61 (2013): 40-44.


Gao, Haiyan. “Jane Austen’s Ideal Man in Pride and Prejudice.” Theory and Practice in Language Studies 3.2 (2013): 384-88. Also on the Web.


García-Periago, Rose M. “Bollywoodizing Jane Austen’s Emma: Rajshree Ojha’s Aisha.” Persuasions On-Line 34.1 (2013). Web.


Garfield, Simon. “Why Jane Austen’s Letters are so Dull (and Other Postal Problems Solved).” To the Letter: A Celebration of the Lost Art of Letter Writing. New York: Gotham, 2013. 203-31. UK title: To the Letter: A Journey through a Vanishing World (Canongate, 2013).


Garnett, Julia. “‘It is a Truth Universally Acknowledged.’” Incite 34.11-12 (2013): 30-31.


Gilbert, Nora. “For Sophisticated Eyes Only: Jane Austen and George Cukor.” Better Left Unsaid: Victorian Novels, Hays Code Films, and the Benefits of Censorship. Stanford: Stanford UP, 2013. 45-79. The Cultural Lives of Law.


Giorgio, Cinzia. Orgoglio senza pregiudizio: Le ragazze di Jane Austen [Pride without Prejudice: The Girls of Jane Austen]. Roma: Opposto, 2013. Italian text.


Gloeggler, Karen. Jane Austen Quilts Inspired by Her Novels. Paducah: American Quilter’s Society, 2013.


Goldman, Alan H. “Moral Development in Pride and Prejudice.” Philosophy and the Novel. Oxford: Oxford UP, 2013. 109-34.


Graham, Peter W. “Childe Harold and Fitzwilliam Darcy, or A Tale of Two Two-Hundred-Year-Old Heroes.” Persuasions 35 (2013): 169-81.


Greenfield, Sayre. “Measuring Austen’s Condescension.” Persuasions 35 (2013): 95-106.


Grover, Christine. “Edward Knight’s Inheritance: The Chawton, Godmersham, and Winchester Estates.” Persuasions On-Line 34.1 (2013). Web.


Guest, Harriet. “‘Inadvertencies and Misconstructions’: Jane Austen’s Heroines.” Unbounded Attachment: Sentiment and Politics in the Age of the French Revolution. New York: Oxford UP, 2013. 162-87.


Haggerty, George E. “‘Queernesses’ Remembered: Male-Female Friendships in Emma.” Women, Gender, and Print Culture in Eighteenth-Century Britain: Essays in Memory of Betty Rizzo. Ed. Temma Berg and Sonia Kane. Bethlehem: Lehigh UP, 2013. 39-57.


Hampshire and the Isle of Wight.” British Heritage July 2013: 16-18.


Hampshire County Council. “Pelisse Coat c1814 Said to Have Been Worn by Jane Austen.” Austentations 13 (2013): 26-28. Reprinted from the Hampshire County Council website:


Hanks, Patrick. “What Did Jane Austen Mean by ‘Condescension’? Lexical Analysis: Norms and Exploitations. Cambridge: MIT P, 2013. 160-65.


_____. “What Did Jane Austen Mean by ‘Enthusiasm’? Lexical Analysis: Norms and Exploitations. Cambridge: MIT P, 2013. 154-60.


Hepper, Judith. “The Filming of the Netherfield Ball at Chawton House Library: A Volunteer’s View.” Female Spectator 17.2 (2013): 7.


Heydt-Stevenson, Jillian. “Northanger Abbey, Desmond, and History.” Wordsworth Circle 44.2-3 (2013): 140-48.


Higginson, Gillian. “Jane Austen and the Ideals of Life.” Sensibilities 47 (2013): 60-74.


Hindley, Meredith. “The Mysterious Miss Austen.” Humanities 34.1 (2013): 20-51.


Hitchings, Henry. “Letters and Social Change: Jane Austen and Fanny Burney.” Sorry! The English and Their Manners. New York: Farrar, 2013. 187-95. Published in the UK by John Murray.


Hong, Mary. “Visualizing Interiors: The Language of Movement in the 2005 Film Pride & Prejudice.” Genre: Forms of Discourse and Culture 46.3 (2013): 189-211.


Horniman, Val. “Teaching Jane Austen in Communist China, 1990-1996.” Raw and Dryden 221-37.


Horowitz, Sarah M. “Picturing Pride and Prejudice: Reading Two Illustrated Editions of the 1890s.” Persuasions On-Line 34.1 (2013). Web.


Howard-Smith, Stephanie. “‘Hearty Fow Children’: The Penrhyns, Pugs, and Mansfield Park.” Persuasions 35 (2013): 191-99.


Huff, Marsha. “Letters from Jane.” JARW 64 (2013): 28-29.


_____. “Pride, Prejudice and Money.” JARW 61 (2013): 52-54.


Hume, Robert D. “Money in Jane Austen.” Review of English Studies 64.264 (2013): 289-310.


Hutchings, Bill. “Houses, Rooms and Knives: Environment and Character in Pride and Prejudice, Mansfield Park, Persuasion, and Henry James’s The Portrait of a Lady.” Austentations 13 (2013): 14-18.


Hye June Jeong. “‘Mamma says, I am never within’: Austen Answers Back.” [Korea Institute of Anglo-American Feminist Literature] 21.1 (2013): 67-88. Discusses Northanger Abbey.


Jacobs, Alan. “Lena Dunham’s Inviolable Self.” First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion and Public Life 233 (2013): 33-38. Discusses the contrasting moral worlds in Jane Austen’s Mansfield Park and the television series Girls.


Jane Austen Society. News Letter: The Jane Austen Society 40, 41 (2013). Ed. Maggie Lane and Mary Hogg.


_____. Report for 2013 (2013). Ed. Maggie Lane and Mary Hogg. Essays are individually cited.


Jane Austen Society (Kent Branch). Austentations 13 (2013). Ed. Averil Clayton. Select essays are individually cited.


Jane Austen Society (Midlands Branch). Transactions 24 (2013). Ed. Dawn Thomas. Select essays are individually cited.


Jane Austen Society (Northern Branch). Impressions (2013). Ed. Marilyn Joice.


Jane Austen Society of Australia. JASA Chronicle (2013). Ed. Sue Green.


_____. Sensibilities 46, 47 (2013). Ed. Joanna Penglase. Essays are individually cited.


Jane Austen Society of North America. JASNA News 29.1-3 (2013). Ed. Sheryl Craig.


_____. Persuasions: The Jane Austen Journal 35 (2013). Ed. Susan Allen Ford. Essays are individually cited. Table of Contents on the Web.


_____. Persuasions: The Jane Austen Journal On-Line 34.1 (2013). Ed. Susan Allen Ford. Web. Essays are individually cited.


Jane Austen’s Regency World [JARW]. Ed. Tim Bullamore. Bath: Lansdown, 2013. Issues 61-66. Austen-related articles are individually cited.


Jones, Amanda. “Finding Lizzy in the Landscape: Pride and Prejudice Tourism.” Sensibilities 47 (2013): 27-59.


Jones, J. Jennifer. “Flanking Romantic Marriage.” Eighteenth-Century Life 37.3 (2013): 128-38. A review of Eric Walker’s Marriage, Writing, and Romanticism: Wordsworth and Austen after War (2009).


Jones, Hazel. “The Marriages in Pride and Prejudice.” Sensibilities 47 (2013): 100-07.


_____. “North to Pemberley.” Sensibilities 47 (2013): 76-99. An edited version of this article appears in JARW 61 (2013): 33-38.


Kenney, Theresa M. “Anne De Bourgh Smiles.” Persuasions On-Line 34.1 (2013). Web.


_____. “Why Edward Ferrars Doesn’t Dance.” Persuasions 35 (2013): 153-68.


Keymer, Thomas. “Narrative.” Todd, P&P 1-14.


Kies, Bridget. “Literary Culture Inside and Outside Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice.” International Journal of the Book 10.3 (2013): 27-32.


Kimber, Marian Wilson. “Musical Topics, Historical Styles and Narrative in Carl Davis’s Score for Pride and Prejudice (1995).” Journal of Adaptation in Film and Performance 6.2 (2013): 141-55.


Kitsi-Mitakou, Katerina. “Narratives of Absolutism in Jane Austen’s Mansfield Park.” Papers on Language and Literature 49.2 (2013): 116-40.


Kitson, Peter J. “‘You Will Be Taking a Trip into China, I Suppose’: Kowtows, Teacups, and the Evasions of British Romantic Writing on China.” Forging Romantic China: Sino-British Cultural Exchange, 1760-1840. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2013. 153-81. Cambridge Studies in Romanticism 105. Several references to Austen and Mansfield Park.


Klinkenborg, Verlyn. “Austen on Money.” New York Times 28 July 2013, Sunday Review sec.: 10. Discusses Jane Austen on the British £10 note.


Knox-Shaw, Peter. “Philosophy.” Todd, P&P 27-41.


Kostadinova, Vitana. “Illustrations as Translations: Pride and Prejudice.” Female Spectator 17.2 (2013): 3-4.


Knuth Klenck, Deborah J. “Raptures and Rationality: Fifty Years of Reading Pride and Prejudice.” Persuasions 35 (2013): 13-22.


Kruger, Daniel J., et al. “Variation in Women’s Mating Strategies Depicted in the Works and Words of Jane Austen.” Journal of Social, Evolutionary and Cultural Psychology 7.3 (2013): 197-210.


Kubic, Amanda Marie. “Mansfield Park and Metropolitan: Austen’s Morality in Whit Stillman’s Modern World.” Persuasions On-Line 34.1 (2013). Web.


Lane, Maggie. “Austen’s Children.” JARW 66 (2013): 28-31.


_____. “Devoted Sisters.” JARW 61 (2013): 46-50.


_____. Jane Austen’s World: The Life and Times of England’s Most Popular Novelist. 1996. London: Carlton, 2013.


_____. “Plump Cheeks and Thick Ankles.” JARW 64 (2013): 31-36.


_____. “To Look on Verdure.” JARW 63 (2013): 34-38. Discusses Austen’s use of foliage.


_____. “What Jane Did Next.” JARW 62 (2013): 21-25.


Le Faye, Deirdre. A Chronology of Jane Austen and Her Family, 1600-2000. Rev. ed. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2013.


_____. “Introducing the Pride and Prejudice Bicentenary Edition of Jane Austen’s Regency World.” JARW 61 (2013): 2-4.


Lee, Yoon Sun. “Austen’s Scale-Making.” Studies in Romanticism 52.2 (2013): 171-95. The author focuses on Northanger Abbey.


Lewis, C. S. “A Note on Jane Austen.” Selected Literary Essays. Pref. Walter Hooper. 1969. New York: Cambridge UP, 2013. 175-86.


Lindstrom, Eric. “Sense and Sensibility and Suffering; or, Wittgenstein’s Marianne?” ELH 80.4 (2013): 1067-91.


Ljubic, Valentina. Jane Austen’s Sense and Sensibility and Pride and Prejudice: The Novels and Their Film Versions. St. Gallen, Switz.: Kantonsschule am Burggraben, 2013.


Looser, Devoney. “The Cult of Pride and Prejudice and Its Author.” Todd, P&P 174-85.


_____. “Staging Jane Austen and the Early Women’s Movement.” JAS Report (2013): 42-46. A version of this article titled “Jane Austen, Feminist Icon” appeared in the Los Angeles Review of Books 20 Jan. 2014. Web.


Lynch, Deirdre. “Homes and Haunts: Austen’s and Mitford’s English Idylls.” Representing Place in British Literature and Culture, 1660-1830: From Local to Global. Ed. Evan Gottlieb and Juliet Shields. Burlington: Ashgate, 2013. 173-84. British Literature in Context in the Long Eighteenth Century.


Markley, Robert. “The Economic Context.” Todd, P&P 79-96.


Maurer, Shawn Lisa. “At Seventeen: Adolescence in Sense and Sensibility.” Eighteenth Century Fiction 25.4 (2013): 721-50. A re-evaluation of Marianne Dashwood.


McMaster, Juliet. “Young Jane Austen and the First Canadian Novel: From Emily Montague to ‘Amelia Webster’ and Love and Freindship.” Raw and Dryden 13-20.


Medalie, David. “‘Myself Creating What I Saw’: Sympathy and Solipsism in Jane Austen’s Emma.” English Studies in Africa 56.2 (2013): 1-13.


Miles, Robert. “Character.” Todd, P&P 15-26.


Mandal, Anthony. “Composition and Publication.” Todd, P&P 42-55.


Moore, Ray. Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen: A Critical Introduction. [Author], 2013.


Morini, Massimiliano. “Marrying the Right Relatives: Family Ties in Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice.” Family: Critical Insights. Ed. John V. Knapp. Ipswich: Salem, 2013, c2012.


Mucignat, Rosa. Realism and Space in the Novel, 1795-1869: Imagined Geographies. Burlington: Ashgate, 2013. Discusses Mansfield Park.


Mullan, John. “Speechlessness in Pride and Prejudice.” Persuasions 35 (2013): 23-33.


_____. What Matters in Jane Austen: Twenty Crucial Puzzles Solved. New York: Bloomsbury, 2013.


Mullen, Alexandra. “A Book of Uncommon Laughter.” New Criterion 32.3 (2013): 19-25. Analyzes the moral and humorous aspects of Pride and Prejudice.


Murphy, Olivia. Jane Austen the Reader: The Artist as Critic. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2013.


_____. “Jane Austen’s ‘Excellent Walker’: Pride, Prejudice, and Pedestrianism.” Eighteenth Century Fiction 26.1 (2013): 121-42.


_____. “Rethinking Influence by Reading with Austen.” Women’s Writing 20.1 (2013): 100-14.


Nadel, Alan M. “What Nanda Knew: A Truth Not Universally Acknowledged in The Awkward Age.” Transforming Henry James. Eds. Anna De Biasio, Anna Despotopoulou, and Donatella Izzo. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars; 2013. 226-41. A comparison with Pride and Prejudice.


Nelson, Camilla. “Jane Austen . . . Now with Ultraviolent Zombie Mayhem.” Adaptation: Journal of Literature on Screen Studies 6.3 (2013): 338-54. Also on the Web.


Newton, Judith Lowder. “Pride and Prejudice.” Women, Power and Subversion Social Strategies in British Fiction, 1778-1860. 1981. New York: Routledge, 2013. 55-85. Routledge Revivals.


Nickel, Eleanor Hersey. “When Darcy Is a Dog: How Wishbone Introduces Children to Jane Austen.” Persuasions On-Line 34.1 (2013). Web.


Nigro, Jeffrey A. “Reading Portraits at Pemberley.” Persuasions On-Line 34.1 (2013). Web.


O’Connell, John. For the Love of Letters: The Joy of Slow Communication. New York: Marble Arch, 2013, c2012. Quotes several of Jane Austen’s letters.


Oliveira, Rita. “Jane Austen Studies: 2012 and 2013.” JAS Report (2013): 71-74.


Olsson, Ulf. “The Exemplary Becomes Problematic or Gendered Silence: Austen’s Mansfield Park.” Silence and Subject in Modern Literature: Spoken Violence. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2013. 35-57.


Oppenheim, Stephanie. “‘I have travelled so little’: Jane Austen’s Women on the Road.” Women, Gender, and Print Culture in Eighteenth-Century Britain: Essays in Memory of Betty Rizzo. Ed. Temma Berg and Sonia Kane. Bethlehem: Lehigh UP, 2013. 81-100.


Overmann, Karenleigh A. “Cartesian Dualism, Real and Literary Madness in the Regency, and the Mind and Madness in Austen’s Novels.” Persuasions 35 (2013): 109-28.


Owen, David. “The Failed Text That Wasn’t: Jane Austen’s Lady Susan.” The Failed Text: Literature and Failure. Ed. José Luis Martínez-Dueñas Espejo and Rocio G. Sumillera. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars, 2013. 81-96.


Page, Judith W. “Estates.” Todd, P&P 97-108.


Palmer, Sally B. “The Degeneration of Mr. Bingley.” Persuasions On-Line 34.1 (2013). Web.


_____. “An Heir Presumptive: Austen’s Legacy in Downton Abbey.” Persuasions 35 (2013): 244-54.


Paris, Bernard J. Character and Conflict in Jane Austen’s Novels: A Psychological Approach. 1978. New Brunswick: Transaction, 2013.


Park, Julie. “The Poetics of Enclosure in Sense and Sensibility.” Studies in Eighteenth-Century Culture 42 (2013): 237-69.


_____. “What the Eye Cannot See: Interior Landscapes in Mansfield Park.” Eighteenth Century: Theory and Interpretation 54.2 (2013): 169-81.


Parker, Keiko. “Translating Emma.” JASNA News 29.2 (2013): 9.


Penglase, Joanna. “Jane Austen’s Abandoned Children.” Sensibilities 47 (2013): 5-26.


Picker, Lenny. “Pride, with Extreme Prejudice: PW Talks with Lindsay Ashford.” Publishers Weekly 17 June 2013: 41. Ashford discusses her book The Mysterious Death of Miss Jane Austen and arsenic poisoning.


Polaschek, Bronwyn. “Postfeminist Spectatorship in Becoming Jane.” The Postfeminist Biopic: Narrating the Lives of Plath, Kahlo, Woolf and Austen. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2013. 127-48.


Pollack-Pelzner, Daniel. “Jane Austen, the Prose Shakespeare.” SEL: Studies in English Literature, 1500-1900 53.4 (2013): 763-92.


Posner, Richard A. “Jane Austen: Comedy and Social Structure.” Subversion and Sympathy: Gender, Law, and the British Novel. Ed. Martha Craven Nussbaum and Alison L. LaCroix. New York: Oxford UP, 2013. 84-100.


Pridmore-Brown, Michele. “Crossing Jane Austen with Dawkins in the 21st Century.” Journal of Social, Evolutionary and Cultural Psychology 7.4 (2013): 297-98.


Rattey, Julie. “Pride and Principle.” America 23 Sept. 2013: 29-30. Discusses the spiritual side of the novels.


Raw, Laurence. “Jane Austen on Old Time Radio: Creating Imaginative Worlds.” Raw and Dryden 37-50.


_____. “Rewriting Austen: Two Interviews with Juliet Archer and Edward H. Carpenter.” Raw and Dryden 271-82.


Raw, Laurence, and Robert G. Dryden, eds. Global Jane Austen: Pleasure, Passion, and Possessiveness in the Jane Austen Community. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2013. Essays are individually cited.


Ray, Joan Klingel. “Do Elizabeth and Darcy Really Improve ‘on Acquaintance’?” Persuasions 35 (2013): 34-49.


Robinson, Linda A. “Crinolines and Pantalettes: What MGM’s Switch in Time Did to Pride and Prejudice (1940).” Adaptation: Journal of Literature on Screen Studies 6.3 (2013): 283-304. Also on the Web.


Rodham, Thomas. “Reading Jane Austen as a Moral Philosopher: Thomas Rodham Reads Jane Austen as a Virtue Ethicist.” Philosophy Now 94 (2013): 6-8. Also on the Web.


Rodríguez Martín, María Elena. “Film Adaptations as Failed Texts or Why ‘the Adapter, It Seems, Can Never Win.’” The Failed Text: Literature and Failure. Ed. José Luis Martínez-Dueñas Espejo and Rocio G. Sumillera. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars, 2013. 161-73. Discusses the film adaptation of Mansfield Park by Patricia Rozema.


Rowland, Susan. “The ‘Real Work’: Ecocritical Alchemy and Jane Austen’s Sense and Sensibility.” Isle: Interdisciplinary Studies in Literature and Environment 20.2 (2013): 318-32.


Russell, Adam. “Resisting Enunciative Homogenization: Isabelle de Montolieu’s La famille Elliot: The Case of the First French Translation of Free Indirect Discourse from Jane Austen’s Persuasion.” Palimpsestes 26 (2013): 175-95.


Sabor, Peter. “‘As I Practiced Conjecture More, I Came to Trust It Less’: Jane Austen, R. W. Chapman, and the Dark Art of Emendation.” JAS Report (2013): 75-88.


Saglia, Diego. “Austen and Translation: National Characters, Translatable Heroines, and the Heroine as Translator.” Novel: A Forum on Fiction 46.1 (2013): 73-92.


Sandrawich, Chris. “Jane Austen and Shakespeare.” Transactions 24 (2013): 43-64.


_____. “Jane Austen Society North America (JASNA) UK Tour 2013.” Transactions 24 (2013): 95-96.


_____. “Looking for Pemberley.” Transactions 24 (2013): 10-36.


_____. “Unveilings in Worthing, Saturday 7th September 2013.” Transactions 24 (2013): 97-99.


Schmid, Thomas H. “Bearing Witness: The Green Tragedy.” Wordsworth Circle 44. 2-3 (2013): 148-52. A literary criticism of Persuasion.


Scholz, Anne-Marie. “‘Jane-Mania’: The Jane Austen Film Boom in the 1990s.” From Fidelity to History: Film Adaptations as Cultural Events in the Twentieth Century. New York: Berghahn, 2013. 123-47. Transatlantic Perspectives.


Seeber, Barbara. Jane Austen and Animals. Burlington: Ashgate, 2013.


Shioka, Yoshiko. “The Meaning of ‘Report’ inPride and Prejudice by Jane Austen.” 英米文学 Studies in English and American literature / 京都光華女子大学英語英米文学会 32 (2013): 21-37. English text.


Simpson, David. “Hearth and Home: Coleridge, De Quincey, Austen.” Romanticism and the Question of the Stranger. Chicago: U of Chicago P, 2013. 54-81. See section in this chapter “Colonel Brandon’s Waistcoat.”


Skinner, Karalyn. “‘Horrid’ Gothicism: Austen’s Northanger Abbey.” Explicator 71.3 (2013): 229-32.


Slothouber, Linda. “Bingley’s Four or Five Thousand, and Other Fortunes from the North.” Persuasions 35 (2013): 50-63.


Smith, Lesley Willis. “The Mouse Who Loved Jane Austen: A Story.” Illus. Juliet McMaster. 1992. Austentations 13 (2013): 29-34. Originally published in Persuasions 14 (1992): 47-52.


Smokler, Kevin. “Pride and Prejudice: Jane Austen for the Clumsier Sex.” Practical Classics: 50 Reasons to Reread 50 Books You Haven’t Touched Since High School. Amherst: Prometheus, 2013. 103-06.


Spence, Jon. “The Relationship of Jane Austen and Eliza de Feuillide in Austen Biography, 1871-1997.” Sensibilities 46 (2013): 29-52.


Spongberg, Mary. “‘All Histories Are Against You?’ Family History, Domestic History and the Feminine Past in Northanger Abbey and Persuasion.” Reading Historical Fiction: The Revenant and Remembered Past. Ed. Kate Mitchell and Nicola Parsons. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2013. 50-66.


Stockwell, Peter. “The Positioned Reader.” Language and Literature 22.3 (2013): 263-77. A discussion of modern stylistics and ethics in the works of Charlotte Brontë, Jane Austen, and Kurt Vonnegut.


Stovel, Nora. “‘Will You Dance?’ Film Adaptations of Pride and Prejudice.” Persuasions On-Line 34.1 (2013). Web.


Strong, Jeremy. “Sweetening Jane: Equivalence through Genre and the Problem of Class in Austen Adaptations.” Raw and Dryden 83-102.


Sturrock, June. Jane Austen’s Families. London: Anthem, 2013.


Sutherland, Kathryn. “Jane Austen’s Dealings with John Murray and His Firm.” Review of English Studies 64.263 (2013): 105-26. Also on the Web (2012).


Svensson, Anette. “Pleasure and Profit: Re-Presentations of Jane Austen’s Ever-Expanding Universe.” Raw and Dryden 203-20.


Tandon, Bharat. “The Historical Background.” Todd, P&P 67-78.


Taylor, Jo. “Anna and Aunt Jane: Reading the Manuscript of Sir Charles Grandison.” Female Spectator 17.2 (2013): 12-13.


Tekcan, Rana. “Getting to Know Miss Jane Austen: Images of an Author.” Raw and Dryden 255-69.


Thompson, Olivia. “Narcissism in the Novels.” JARW 63 (2013): 40-46.


Thwaite, Alan. “The Wickhams in a Place Quite Northward.” JAS Report (2013): 18-29.


Tieken-Boon van Ostade, Ingrid. “Flat Adverbs and Jane Austen’s Letters.” Touching the Past: Studies in the Historical Sociolinguistics of Ego-Documents. Ed. Marijke J. Wal and Gijsbert Rutten. Amsterdam: Benjamins, 2013. 91-106. Advances in Historical Sociolinguistics.


Tink, Andrew. “Jane Austen’s Convict Connection in Australia.” Sensibilities 46 (2013): 69-79.


Todd, Janet, ed. The Cambridge Companion to Pride and Prejudice. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2013. Essays are individually cited.


_____. “Criticism.” Todd, P&P 137-49.


_____. Jane Austen: Her Life, Her Times, Her Novels. London: Andre Deutsch, 2013.


_____. “The Romantic Hero.” Todd, P&P 150-61.


Trivedi, Harish, et al. “Jane Austen in the Classroom: Some Indian Responses.” Raw and Dryden 239-53.


Trollope, Joanna. “What Jane Austen Knew About Class: Joanna Trollope on Social Climbing, Then and Now.” New Statesman 1 Nov. 2013: 52-53.


Trudeau, Lawrence J., ed. “Jane Austen, 1775-1817: Sense and Sensibility (1811).” Nineteenth-Century Literature Criticism. Vol. 271. Detroit: Gale, 2013.


Trunel, Lucile. “Jane Austen’s French Publications from 1815: A History of a Misunderstanding.” Raw and Dryden 21-35.


“Two Centuries Later, Austen Still Matters.” CCPA Monitor 20.7 (2013): 29. About the bicentenary of Pride and Prejudice.


Urda, Kathleen E. “Why the Show Must Not Go On: ‘Real Character’ and the Absence of Theatrical Performances in Mansfield Park.” Eighteenth-Century Fiction 26.2 (2013): 281-302.


Van der Ziel, Stanley. “McGahern, Austen, and the Aesthetics of Good Manners.” Essays in Criticism 63.2 (2013): 203-22.


Veisz, Elizabeth. “Lydia’s Prospect: Scandal, Sequels, and Second Chances.” Persuasions 35 (2013): 235-43.


Viveash, Chris. “Thinks-I-To-Myself.” JAS Report (2013): 34-35.


Vogler, Pen. Dinner with Mr. Darcy: Recipes Inspired by the Novels and Letters of Jane Austen. London: CICO, 2013.


Voracheck, Laura. “Speculation and the Emotional Economy of Mansfield Park.” Persuasions 35 (2013): 182-90.


Walker, Linda Robinson. “Jane Austen, The Second Anglo-Mysore War, and Colonel Brandon’s Forcible Circumcision: A Rereading of Sense and Sensibility.” Persuasions On-Line 34.1 (2013). Web.


_____. “Why Was Jane Sent Away to School at Seven.” 2005. Austentations 13 (2013): 19-25. A partial reprint and summary of the article originally published in Persuasions On-Line 26.1 (2005).


Webster, Jill. “‘Let Other Pens Dwell on Guilt and Misery . . .’” Austentations 13 (2013): 35-39.


Weiss, Deborah. “Sense and Sensibility: Uncertain Knowledge and the Ethics of Everyday Life.” Studies in Romanticism 52.2 (2013): 253-73.


Weisser, Susan Ostrov. “The Odd Couple: Mating Jane Austen with D. H. Lawrence.” The Glass Slipper: Women and Love Stories. New Brunswick: Rutgers UP, 2013. 17-34.


_____. “Why Charlotte Brontë Despised Jane Austen (and What that Tells Us about the Modern Meaning of Love).” The Glass Slipper: Women and Love Stories. New Brunswick: Rutgers UP, 2013. 35-49.


Wells, Juliette. “The Afterlives of Mary Bennet.” Sensibilities 47 (2013): 122-36.


_____. “Reading Pride and Prejudice from Afar: Alberta H. Burke and American Reception of Austen.” Sensibilities 47 (2013): 108-21.


White, Simon J. “The Gentry and Farming in Jane Austen’s Fiction.” Romanticism and the Rural Community. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2013. 79-100.


Whitty, Michael D. “The Jane Austen Plan Club: L essons for Estate Planners and Their Clients from the Life and Novels of Jane Austen.” Real Property, Trust, and Estate Law Journal (ABA) 47.3 (2013): 501-28.


Wilkes, Christopher. Social Jane: The Small Secret Sociology of Jane Austen. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars, 2013.


Williams, Nicholas M. “‘Literally or Figuratively?’ Embodied Perception and Figurative Prospect in Mansfield Park.” European Romantic Review 24.3 (2013): 317-23.


Willis, James. “Shared Humanity: A Jane Austen Bicentenary.” British Journal of General Practice 63.609 (2013): 207. Also on the Web.


Wynne, Deborah. “Dressing and Undressing in Pride and Prejudice.” Transactions 24 (2013): 37-42.


_____. “Fanny Price’s ‘Nest of Comforts’: Mansfield Park and Material Culture.” Transactions 24 (2013): 6-9.


Yaffe, Deborah. Among the Janeites: A Journey through the World of Jane Austen Fandom. Boston: Houghton, 2013.


Yousef, Nancy. “Respecting Emotion: Austen’s Gratitude.” Romantic Intimacy. Stanford: Stanford UP, 2013. 99-116.


Zerne, Lori Halvorsen. “Ideology in The Lizzie Bennet Diaries.” Persuasions On-Line 34.1 (2013). Web.


Zohn, Kristen Miller. “‘A Fine House Richly Furnished’: A Look at Pemberley and its Owner.” Persuasions On-Line 34.1 (2013). Web.



4. Selected Dissertations


Alvarez, Monica. “‘The Duty of Woman by Woman’: Exploring Female Friendships in Jane Austen’s Novels.” Diss. City U of New York, 2013. ProQuest (2013): item 3601774. Web.


Baxley, James. “Jane Austen, Georgian Society and Culture, and theImportance of Marriage: The Loveless Marriage, the Governess, and the Spinster, Old Maid and Widow.” MALS thesis. Clayton State U, 2013.


Campbell, Ellen. “Marriage and Class in Nineteenth-Century British Fiction.” MA thesis. Southern Illinois U Carbondale, 2013. Focuses on Jane Austen’s Persuasion and Thomas Hardy’s Far From the Madding Crowd, two novels of the 19th century that chronicle the tension between marriage and class. [Limited access:].


Cano López, Marina. “Finishing off Jane Austen: The Evolution of Responses to Austen through Continuations of The Watsons.” Diss. U of St, Andrews, 2013. Web. (abstract only).


Case, Dorothy L. “The Narrator’s Voice in Musical Adaptations of Pride and Prejudice.” Diss. California State U, 2013. ProQuest (2013): item 1525027. Web.


Davis, Kathryn Eileen. “Liberty in Jane Austen’s Persuasion.” Diss. U of Dallas, 2013. ProQuest (2013): item 3570460. Web.


Dollar, Patrick G. “‘I Cannot get Out, as the Starling Said . . .’: Estate Improvements, Gender, and Morality in Mansfield Park;” and “‘The Greatest Improvement the House Ever Had . . .’: Physical Space, Gender, and Class in Persuasion.” MA thesis. U of North Carolina at Greensboro, 2013. Web.


Donald, Stacey Alicia. “‘The Spell of Continuity was Consequently Broken’: Third-Space Masculinity in Austen, Gore, Brontë, and Eliot.” Diss. U of Texas at Dallas, 2013. ProQuest (2013): item 3606212. Web.


Godin, Katherine. “The Living Dead Austen: Exploring the Zombie Trope in American Culture, Film, and Literature.” MA thesis. Montclair State U, 2013.


Gorbenko, Marianna. “Covert Feminist Education in the Works of Jane Austen.” MA thesis. Hunter College, 2013.


Gran, Christina E. “Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice: A ‘Modern’ Conduct Book?” MA thesis. U of Oslo, 2013. Web.


Gregorčič, Lena. “Grazmerje med trivialnim in netrivialnim v delih Jane Austen in Colleen McCullough.” [“The Relationship between Trivial and Nontrivial in the Works of Jane Austen and Colleen McCullough.”] Thesis. U of Ljubljana, 2013. Slovenian text. Web access:


Grubbs, Elizabeth Marie. “Independent Women Rendered Sick, Supple, and Submissive: Charlotte Lennox and Jane Austen Critique the Gendering of Sensibility.” MA thesis. U of North Carolina at Greensboro, 2013. Web.


Harris-Gamard, Susan E. “Marianne’s Narrow Escape: Redeeming Female Ruin, Sensibility, and the English Landscape through Jane Austen’s Picturesque.” MA thesis. State U of New York at Buffalo, 2013. ProQuest (2013): item 1539825. Web.


Hsu, Yuan-Chun. “Romantic Expectation or Economic Gain? A Comparison of the Social Significance of the Ball in Cinderella and Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice.” MA thesis. Providence U (Taiwan), 2013.


Joosten, Julie Anne. “‘The Feel of Not to Feel it’: Reading Romanticism and Senselessness.” Diss. Cornell U, 2013. ProQuest (2013): item 3530979. Web. Asks the question, ‘What does a lack of feeling feel like?’ in the works of John Keats, William Wordsworth, Jane Austen, and Emily Dickinson.


Kennerley, Philippa. “‘We Always Know When We Are Acting Wrong’: Performance and Theatricality in Jane Austen’s Works.” MA thesis. U of Otago, 2013. Web.


Killian, Peggy Sue. “The Pride and Prejudice Project and Pens, Pencils and Perception.” MFA thesis. U of Maine, 2013. [Limited access:]


Koballa, Katherine. “The Waltzing Dead: The Merit of Pride and Prejudice and Zombies.” MA thesis. East Carolina U, 2013. Web.


Lafrance, Morgane. “Les Couples dans Much Ado about Nothing et Pride and Prejudice: Trois Époques, Deux Auteurs, Une Seule Vision?” [“Couples in Much Ado about Nothing and Pride and Prejudice: Three Times, Two Authors, One Vision?”] MA thesis. Université de Franche-Comté, 2013. English text. [Limited access:]


Lobdell, Nicole Catherine. “‘The Hoarding Sense’: Hoarding in Austen, Tennyson, Dickens, and Nineteenth-Century Culture.” Diss. U of Georgia, 2013. [Limited access:].


Marsh, Sarah Elizabeth. “The Regency Novel and the British Constitution: Austen, Brunton, Shelley, and the Culture of Romantic Decline.” Diss. U of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2013. ProQuest (2013): item 3606732. Web.


Nadler, Susannah. “Performing the Case: Problems of the Case History in Zofloya, Frankenstein, and Mansfield Park. Diss. Georgetown U, 2013. ProQuest (2013): item 1536391.Web.


Nahum, Alexa. “Theatricality and Performance in Jane Austen’s Novels.” MA thesis. Bar-Ilan U, 2013.


Olson, Veronica J. “Conforming to Conventions in Jane Austen’s Northanger Abbey, Pride and Prejudice, and Emma.” MA thesis. Liberty U, 2013. Web.


Rafson, Sally. “Why the Lady is a Tramp: A Study of Women in Pop-Culture from Jane Austen to Lady Gaga.” MA thesis. U of Alaska Fairbanks, 2013. Discusses Jane Austen’s Lady Susan, M. E. Braddon’s Lady Audley, and Stefani Germanotta’s Lady Gaga.


Sobczak, Emma Elizabeth. “I Speak, Therefore I Am: Anne Elliot’s Voice in Persuasion.” MA thesis. Appalachian State U, 2013. Web.,%20Emma_2013_Thesis.pdf.


Vasavada, Megan Benner. “Novel Gifts: The Form and Function of Gift Exchange in Nineteenth-Century England.” Diss. U of Oregon, 2013. ProQuest (2013): item 3589588. Web. Analyzes formal and thematic representations of gifting over the course of the nineteenth century, in novels by Jane Austen, Charles Dickens, and George Eliot.


Vetter, Melinda R. “Reality and Imagination: The Authorial Decisions of May Welland Archer and Emma Woodhouse.” MA thesis. Eastern Washington U, 2013. Web.


Yang, Grace. “Forging a Role for Women in Civil Society (1788-1816): Mary Wollstonecraft, Hannah More, Jane Austen.” Diss. U of Essex, 2013. Web.



5. Popular Culture


Adams, Jennifer. Sense and Sensibility: An Opposites Primer. Illus. Alison Oliver. Salt Lake City: Gibbs Smith, 2013.


Adriani, Susan. Darkness Falls upon Pemberley. [Author]: White Soup, 2013.


Altman, Marsha. The Chrysanthemum and the Rose: Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice Continues, Vol. 8. [Author]: Laughing Man, 2013.


_____. Young Mr. Darcy in Love: Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice Continues, Vol. 7. [Author]: Laughing Man, 2013.


Aminadra, Karen. Rosings: Pride and Prejudice Continues, Book II. [Author], 2013.


Anderson, Kathleen, and Susan Jones. Jane Austen’s Guide to Thrift: An Independent Woman’s Advice on Living within One’s Means. New York: Berkley, 2013.


Ashford, Lindsay. The Mysterious Death of Miss Jane Austen. Naperville: Sourcebooks, 2013. First published in 2011 by Honno (Aberystwyth, Wales).


Austen, Jenna. Romance Diaries: Ruby. Sydney: HarperCollins, 2013. Choosing between Austen and Brontë hero types; for ages 9-12.


_____. Romance Diaries: Stella. Sydney: HarperCollins, 2013. Based on Pride and Prejudice; for ages 9-12.


“Austen Contest for Teens.” Bookseller 13 Sept. 2013: 8. Publisher Harper Fiction’s launch of an original writing contest for teenagers on the theme of “Jane Austen—Reimagined.”


Austenland. By Shannon Hale. Screenplay by Jerusha Hess and Shannon Hale. Dir. Jerusha Hess. Prod. Stephenie Meyer, et al. Perf. Keri Russell, J. J. Feild, Bret McKenzie, Jennifer Coolidge, James Callis, and Jane Seymour. Sony, 2013. DVD.


Ayden, Alice. Jane Austen Puzzlers: 75 Fiendish Crosswords, Nefarious Word Searches and Crazy Cryptograms Inspired by Jane Austen. [Author], 2013.


Baker, Jo. Longbourn. New York: Knopf, 2013. Pride and Prejudice from the servants’ point of view. Published in the UK by Doubleday.


Ball, Krista D. First (Wrong) Impressions. [Author], 2013.


Barrett, Angela, illus. [Jane Austen Stamp Set]. Walsall: Royal Mail, 2013.


Bartlett, Stacey. “McDermid Reappraises Northanger Abbey.” Bookseller 27 Sept. 2013: 33.


Baxley, M. K. Fitzwilliam Darcy: A Man in Want of a Wife. [Author], 2013.


Bean, Ebenezer. Rhyme and Prejudice: Jane Austen’s Classic Novel Retold in Hilarious Verse. [Author], 2013.


Beutler, Linda. The Red Chrysanthemum. Oysterville: Meryton, 2013. A Pride and Prejudice re-telling with the language of flowers.


Bianchi, Moira. 45 days in Europe with Mr. Darcy: Pride and Prejudice Across the Atlantic. [Author], 2013.


Blu, Katie, and Jane Austen. Clandestine Classics: Emma. [Author]: Total-E-Bound, 2013.


Brand, Emily, and Fitzwilliam Darcy. Mr. Darcy’s Guide to Courtship: The Secrets of Seduction, from Regency England’s Most Eligible Bachelor. Oxford: Old House, 2013.


Brant, Marilyn. Pride, Prejudice and the Perfect Match. [Author]: White Soup, 2013.


Brooks, Jadie. Mr. Darcy’s Dilemma and Delight. [Author], 2013.


Brown, Mary Calhoun, and Jane Austen. Pride and Prejudice with a Side of Grits: A Southern-Fried Version of Jane Austen’s Classic. [Author]: Wentworth, 2013.


Brown, Susan J. Jane Austen Junkie: A Compilation of over 600 Books and 50 Movies Inspired by Jane Austen. [Author], 2013.


Bullamore, Tim. “Firth and Foremost.” JARW 61 (2013): 28-31.


_____. “Journey to Austenland.” JARW 64 (2013): 14-19.


_____. “Puppets in the Abbey.” JARW 65 (2013): 17-19.


Caldwell, Jack. Mr. Darcy Came to Dinner: A Pride and Prejudice Farce. [Author]: White Soup, 2013.


Carlson, C. Rafe. A World Without Darcy. [Author], 2013.


Chandler, Jane. My Dearest Emma. [Author], 2013. About Emma Knightley, daughter of Isabella and John Knightley.


Connelly, Victoria. Christmas with Mr. Darcy. [Author]: Cuthland, 2013, c2012.


_____. Happy Birthday, Mr. Darcy. [Author]: Cuthland, 2013.


Criado-Perez, Caroline. “The Diary.” New Statesman 9 Aug. 2013: 20. The author describes her experience campaigning to put author Jane Austen on the ten-pound British banknote in 2013, including the twitter threats and the police and public response.


Cromlin, Carol. Fitzwilliam Darcy, Such I Was. Old Greenwich, CT: Worth Saying, 2013. Jane Austen’s Men.


Crow, Donna Fletcher. A Jane Austen Encounter: The Elizabeth and Richard Mysteries No. 3. Boise: Stonehouse Ink, 2013.


Dixon, P. O. Lady Harriette: Fitzwilliam’s Heart and Soul. [Author], 2013.


_____. A Lasting Love Affair: Darcy and Elizabeth. [Author], 2013.


_____. Love Will Grow: A Pride and Prejudice Story. [Author], 2013.


_____. Only a Heartbeat Away: Pride and Prejudice Novella. [Author], 2013.


Doornebos, Karen. Undressing Mr. Darcy. New York: Berkley, 2013.


Ellsworth, Jeanne. Mr. Darcy’s Promise. [Author]: Hey Lady, 2013.


Fairview, Monica. Steampunk Darcy: A Pride and Prejudice-Inspired Comedy Adventure. [Author]: White Soup, 2013.


From the Desk of Jane Austen: 100 Postcards. New York: Potter Style, 2013.


Goodnight, Alyssa. Austensibly Ordinary. New York: Kensington, 2013.


Grace, Maria. All the Appearance of Goodness: Given Good Principles, Vol. 3. [Author]: White Soup, 2013.


_____. Twelfth Night at Longbourn: Given Good Principles, Vol. 4. [Author]: White Soup, 2013.


Grafton, Cassandra. A Fair Prospect: Darcy’s Dilemma. [Author]: 2013. A Tale of Elizabeth and Darcy, Vol. II.


_____. A Fair Prospect: Desperate Measures. [Author]: 2013. A Tale of Elizabeth and Darcy, Vol. III.


_____. A Fair Prospect: Disappointed Hopes. [Author]: 2013. A Tale of Elizabeth and Darcy, Vol. I.


Gray, Cecilia. Fall for You. [Author]: Gray Life, 2013. Jane Austen Academy. A Young Adult re-telling of Pride and Prejudice.


_____. So Into You. [Author]: Gray Life, 2013. Jane Austen Academy. A Young Adult re-telling of Sense and Sensibility.


_____. Suddenly You. [Author]: Gray Life, 2013. Jane Austen Academy. A Young Adult re-telling of Mansfield Park.


_____. When I’m with You. [Author]: Gray Life, 2013. Jane Austen Academy. A Young Adult re-telling of Northanger Abbey.


Grey, Jessica. Attempting Elizabeth. [Author]: Tall House, 2013.


Grossack, Victoria. The Highbury Murders: A Mystery Set in the Village of Jane Austen’s Emma. [Author], 2013.


Hahn, Samantha. Well-Read Women: Portraits of Fiction’s Most Beloved Heroines. San Francisco: Chronicle, 2013. Elizabeth Bennet (102) and Emma Woodhouse (15) are included.


Hall, Louisa. The Carriage House. London: Viking, 2013. A modern re-telling of Persuasion.


Hathaway, Mary Jane. Emma, Mr. Knightley and Chili-Slaw Dogs. [The Author], 2013. Austen Takes the South. Ebook. Paperback ed. published by Howard Books in 2014.


_____. Pride, Prejudice and Cheese Grits. [Author], 2013. Austen Takes the South.


Horner, Anne. “Alfresco Austen.” JARW 63 (2013): 19-23. A new staging of Pride and Prejudice comes to Regent’s Park.


_____. “Death Comes to Pemberley.” JARW 66 (2013): 19-26.


_____. “How Austentatious.” JARW 62 (2013): 15-18.


Hurd, Stanley Michael. Darcy’s Tale, Vol. I: Into Hertfordshire. Hamden: [Author], 2013.


_____. Darcy’s Tale, Vol. II: Into Kent. Hamden: [Author], 2013.


James, Jenni. Emmalee. Brigham City: Inkberry, 2013. Jane Austen Diaries.


Jamison, Rebecca H. Emma: A Latter-Day Tale: A Novel. Springville: Bonneville, 2013.


Jane, Pamela, and Jane Austen. Pride and Prejudice and Kitties: A Cat-Lover’s Romp through Jane Austen’s Classic. Illus. Deborah Guyol. New York: Skyhorse, 2013.


Jane Austen: A Literary Journal. Bath: Worth, 2013.


Jane Austen Knits. Loveland: Interweave, 2013.


“A Jane Austen Tribute: Classic Beauties.” People 6 May 2013: 125. Celebrity thoughts on living in Jane Austen’s time.


Jane’s Papers. Jane Austen Novel Journal, with Notable Quotations from Jane Austen. San Francisco: Chronicle, 2013.


_____. Jane Austen Novel Notecards: 16 Notecards and Envelopes. San Francisco: Chronicle, 2013.


Johnson, Claire M. Pen and Prejudice. [Author], 2013.


Kelley, Nancy. Against His Will (Brides of Pemberley, Vol. III). [Author]: Smokey Rose, 2013.


_____. Loving Miss Darcy (Brides of Pemberley, Vol. II). [Author]: Smokey Rose, 2013.


Kerr, Melanie. Follies Past: A Prequel to Pride and Prejudice. [Author]: Petticoat, 2013.


Kirkby, Mariele. Mr. Darcy’s Cousin: A Continuation of Pride and Prejudice. [Author]: 2DW, 2013.


Klassen, S. M. Mary, Mary, Not So Ordinary: Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice Continues. [Author], 2013.


Klose, Stephanie. “Q & A: Jay Bushman, Cocreator of ‘Welcome to Sanditon.’” Library Journal 15 June 2013: 50.


Lane, Lauren, and Jane Austen. Sense and Sensibility: The Wild and Wanton Edition. Cincinnati: F+W Media, 2013.


Lathan, Sharon. The Passions of Dr. Darcy. Naperville: Sourcebooks, 2013.


Lathan, Sharon, and Abigail Reynolds. “Austen Authors.” JARW 63 (2013): 52-53. A blog dedicated to Austen sequels, etc.


Lawler, Jennifer. The 100 Best Romance Novels: From Pride and Prejudice to Twilight, Books to Fall in Love—and Lust—with. Avon: Adams Media, 2013. Four of Austen’s novels are selected: Emma, Persuasion, Pride and Prejudice, and Sense and Sensibility.


LaZebnik, Claire. The Trouble with Flirting. New York: HarperTeen, 2013. Loosely based on Mansfield Park.


Lee, Terri. Back to Austen. [Author], 2013.


Li, Shirley. “Will Jane Austen Ever Rest in Peace?” Entertainment Weekly 11 Oct. 2013: 76-77. About the various sequels to Pride and Prejudice.


Louise, Kara. Pirates and Prejudice. [Author]: Heartworks, 2013.


Mackrory, KaraLynne. Bluebells in the Mourning. Oysterville: Meryton, 2013.


Massey, Beth. Mr. Darcy’s Cottage of Earthly Delights: Shades of Pride and Prejudice.” [Author], 2013.


“McCall Smith to Rework Austen’s Emma.” Bookseller 4 Oct. 2013: 5.


McDonald, Abby. Jane Austen Goes to Hollywood. Somerville: Candlewick, 2013.


Millikin, Eric, Jane Austen, and Mary Shelley. Pride, Prejudice and Frankenstein: Experimental Horrific Love Poems and Stories. [Author], 2013. Tales of Forbidden Mansion No.1. A mash-up weaving together Pride and Prejudice and Frankenstein.


Mingle, Pamela. The Pursuit of Mary Bennet: A Pride and Prejudice Novel. New York: Morrow, 2013.


Mitchell, C. M. Girl Races Time: A Modern Tale of Pride and Prejudice. [Author], 2013. Girl Rocks Universe Saga, Vol. 3, Mary Bennet’s story.


_____. Girl Raises Eclipse: A Modern Tale of Pride and Prejudice. [Author], 2013. Girl Rocks Universe Saga Vol. 4, Georgiana Darcy’s story.


_____. Girl Reaches Clouds: A Modern Tale of Pride and Prejudice. [Author], 2013. Girl Rocks Universe Saga Vol. 2, Kitty Bennet’s story.


_____. Girl Rocks Universe: A Modern Tale of Pride and Prejudice. [Author], 2013. Girl Rocks Universe Saga Vol. 1, Elizabeth Bennet’s story.


_____. Girl Runs Galaxy: A Modern Tale of Pride and Prejudice. [Author], 2013. Girl Rocks Universe Saga Vol. 5, Lydia Bennet’s story.


Montgomery, Sadie. Willoughby. [Author]: iUniverse, 2013.


Moore, Constance, ed. Jane Austen: A Treasury. Chichester, UK: Summersdale, 2013.


Morgan, Tamara. Love Is a Battlefield. Cincinnati: Samhain, 2013. A Jane Austen Regency Re-Enactment Society vs. the Highland Games.


Odom, C. P. Consequences: A Cautionary Pride and Prejudice Variation. Oysterville: Meryton, 2013.


_____. A Most Civil Proposal. Oysterville: Meryton, 2013. A re-telling of Darcy’s first proposal.


O’Leprechaun, Séamus. Pride and Prejudice, Retold in Limericks. [Author], 2013.


Patterson, Amy. “Choose Your Darcy.” JARW 61 (2013): 23-26.


Peterfreund, Diana. For Darkness Shows the Stars. New York: Balzer Bray, 2013, c2012. A post-apocalyptic reimaging of Jane Austen’s Persuasion.


Petkus, Jennifer. Jane, Actually: Or, Jane Austen’s Book Tour. Denver: Mallard Sci-Fi, 2013.


Phelps, Linda. Charlotte: A Pride and PrejudiceTale. [Author], 2013.


Pulsipher, Misty Dawn. Pride’s Prejudice. [Author], 2013. A modern re-telling.


Quinn, Tess. A Fitzwilliam Legacy: New Year Resolutions, Vol. II. [Author], 2013.


_____. A Fitzwilliam Legacy: Seasonal Disorder, Vol. I. [Author], 2013.


_____. Pride Revisited. [Author], 2013. A collection of short stories based on Pride and Prejudice.


Rampton, D.G. Artemisia: A Regency Novel in the Tradition of Jane Austen. [Author]: Witty Regency Romance, 2013.


Reay, Katherine. Dear Mr. Knightley. Nashville: Thomas Nelson, 2013.


Reynolds, Abigail. The Darcys of Derbyshire. [Author]: White Soup, 2013.


_____. Mr. Darcy’s Noble Connections. [Author]: White Soup, 2013.


Sach, Laurence, adapt. Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice: The Graphic Novel. Illus. Rajesh Nagulakonda. New Delhi: Campfire, 2013.


Sandiford, M. A. Darcy’s Trial. [Author], 2013. A Pride and Prejudice variation.


Saunders, Kaitlin. A Modern Day Sense and Sensibility. [Author], 2013.


Schertz, Melanie. The Bridge to Pemberley School. [Author], 2013.


Schuller, Kathleen. How to Be a Heroine for Girls: Inspiration from Classic Heroines. Illus. Melissa Bailey. Indianapolis: Dog Ear, 2013. Elizabeth Bennet is one of the six heroines discussed.


Scordato, Samantha. Following Jane: A Novel. [Author], 2013.


Scott, Lynne E. Mr. Hurst’s Ambition. [Author], 2013.


Sense and Sensibility, the Musical.” American Theatre 30.8 (2013): 108-09.


Silver, Lelia M. Emilia’s Folly (The Children of Pride and Prejudice). [Author]: Silver Summer, 2013.


_____. Pride and Precipice. [Author]: Silver Summer, 2013.


Soule, Ellen Mary. Dreaming Pemberley. Bloomington: WestBow, 2013.


Southard, Scott D. A Jane Austen Daydream. [Author]: Madison Street, 2013.


Starnes, Joana. From This Day Forward: The Darcys of Pemberley. [Author], 2013.


_____. The Subsequent Proposal: A Tale of Pride, Prejudice and Persuasion. [Author], 2013.


Strasbaugh, Joan. The List Lover’s Guide to Jane Austen. Naperville: Sourcebooks, 2013.


Taylor, Leo Charles. A Darker Darcy: Pride and Prejudice and Assassinations (Vol. II). [Author]: Jokat, 2013.


_____. Pride and Prejudice and Assassinations: A Legacy Novel. [Author], 2013.


Todd, Janet. Lady Susan Plays the Game. New York: Bloomsbury Reader, 2013. Ebook.


Trevor, Lissa, and Jane Austen. Spank Me, Mr. Darcy. [Author] New York: Riverdale, 2013.


Trollope, Joanna. Sense and Sensibility. London / New York: HarperCollins, 2013. A modern version of Sense and Sensibility and the first title in the HarperCollins “Austen Project.”


Waldock, Sarah. Jane and the Christmas Masquerades (Jane, Bow Street Consultant, Vol. 4). [Author], 2013. Two novellas with Jane Fairfax as a Bow Street consultant.


_____. Jane and the Opera Dancer (Jane, Bow Street Consultant, Vol. 3). [Author], 2013. Jane Fairfax as a Bow Street Consultant.


Wang, Jack, and Holman Wang. Jane Austen’s Emma. Vancouver: Simply Read, 2013. A Cozy Classics board book.


Watson, Debra Anne, June Williams, and Enid Wilson. Headstrong Girls: A Bit of Mystery, a Bit of Love, All Inspired by Jane Austen. [Authors]: Steamy D, 2013.


Waxman, Olivia B. “Dyed and Prejudice: Get a Jane Austen Temporary Tattoo.” Time 19 Nov. 2013: 1.


Webster, Chris. Darcy’s Daughters: A Novella in Verse. [Author], 2013.


_____. The Pemberley Poems: A Tribute to Pride and Prejudice. [Author], 2013.


Wegner, Ola. The Storm. [Author], 2013. A Pride and Prejudice variation.


White, Dan L. Life Lessons from Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice. [Author]: Ashley Preston, 2013, c2012.


White, Karey. My Own Mr. Darcy. Cedar Hills: Orange Door, 2013.


Whitehead, Y. M. Mr. Darcy’s Legacy: His True Thoughts are Revealed 200 Years On. [Author], 2013.


Williams, Marcia. Lizzy Bennet’s Diary: 1811-1812. London: Walker, 2013. Juvenile fiction.


Wilson, Enid. The Angel Sees Grey: Pleasure and Punishment for Mr. Darcy. [Author], 2013.


Winslow, Shannon. Return to Longbourn: The Next Chapter in the Continuing Story of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice. [Author]: Heather Ridge Arts, 2013.


Woodbury, Katherine. Persuadable. [Author]: Peaks Island, 2013. The protagonists are Mrs. Clay and William Elliot from Persuasion.


Zucca, Giovanna. Una carrozza per Winchester: L’ultimo amore di Jane Austen [A Carriage for Winchester: The Last Love of Jane Austen]. Roma: Fazi, 2013. Italian text.



Notes on the Jane Austen Bibliography, 2013:


1. Style:  the bibliography follows the MLA 7th edition with this major exception:  the medium qualifier is added only for non-print titles (i.e., Web, Film, CD, DVD, Ebook, etc.).  Alphabetization follows the NISO rules rather than MLA: a blank space comes before a number or a letter in filing (e.g., Le Faye comes before Leal) rather than letter-by-letter order.


2. Cross-references are used for works in essay collections or anthologies to minimize repetition:  the citation refers to the author/editor and page numbers only; the full citation appears under the author or editor.


3. Annotations are included only for those entries where title alone is not self-explanatory.


4. Reprint editions:  the past few years have seen an inordinate number of reprints of older editions, critical works, and biographies, as well as an increased number of books available electronically.  At this point, Editor Susan Allen Ford and I agree that all cannot possibly be listed:  we will only see an increase in such works as the reprint publishers, POD suppliers, and ebook companies continue their efforts to make such works available.  I would just make note of this fact and encourage you to search online for older titles you might be looking for to see if they are available in these newer formats, and also alert you that what looks like a new work might actually be a reprint of an older work, and perhaps less expensive in its original edition.


5. Paperback reprints:  will be included in the annual bibliography only if published four or more years after the original edition.


6. US/UK publication:  as a number of works are published in the US and the UK in different years, an effort will be made to include each publication in its publication year, with variations in titles noted.


7. Popular Culture:  this category includes sequels, continuations, mash-ups, adaptations, films, merchandise, etc.  As there are a number of works that are self-published in this area, I have listed those that are readily available for purchase online that show a title and copyright page and an ISBN number.  Those titles having no place of publication or publisher noted are cited as “[Author], date.”


8. Kindle/ebooks:  if a work is published only as an ebook, it will not be cited.  Exceptions will be decided on a case-by-case basis.


9. Book reviews:  a review of a work on Jane Austen is generally not cited unless it is a substantive essay in its own right.


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