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Jane Austen Bibliography, 2022

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

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

4. Selected 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.

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1. Austen Editions

Single Works

  • Austen, Jane. Emma. Groningen: Noordhoff, 2022.
  • _____. Emma. Ed. John Mullan. Oxford: OUP, 2022. Oxford World’s Classics.
  • _____. Emma. Ed. Stephanie Insley Hershanow. New York: Norton, 2022. Norton Library Edition.
  • _____. The History of England: By a Partial, Prejudiced and Ignorant Historian. Introd. by G. K. Chesterton. London: Renard, 2022.
  • _____. Lady Susan. London: Penguin Classics, 2022. Little Clothbound Classics.
  • _____. Northanger Abbey. Paris: Harrap’s, 2022. Harrap’s Yes You Can! series for French readers.
  • _____. Persuasion. Leicester: Mint, 2022. Large Print Edition.
  • _____. Persuasion. London: Collins, 2022. Collins Classics Paperback Edition.
  • _____. Persuasion. Nashville: Harper Muse, 2022. Pretty Books Painted Editions.
  • _____. Persuasion. New York: Chartwell, 2022. Chartwell Classics.
  • _____. Persuasion. Paris: Harrap’s, 2022. Harrap’s Yes You Can! series for French readers.
  • _____. Persuasion: The Complete Novel, Featuring the Characters’ Letters and Papers, Written and Folded by Hand. Curated by Barbara Heller. San Francisco: Chronicle, 2022.
  • _____. Pride and Prejudice. New York: Sterling, 2022. Signature Classics.
  • _____. Pride and Prejudice. Stanstead, UK: Wordsworth, 2022. Wordsworth Luxe Edition.
  • _____. Pride and Prejudice. Ed. Giovanni Picci et al. Paris: Belin éducation, 2022. Not So Classic series for French readers.
  • _____. Pride and Prejudice. Ed. Jenny Davidson. New York: Norton, 2022. Norton Library Edition.
  • _____. Pride and Prejudice. Illus. by Bill Donovan. New York: Union Square, 2022. Deluxe Edition.
  • _____. Sense and Sensibility. New York: Union Square, 2022. Signature Classics.
  • _____. Sir Charles Grandison. Ed. Lesley Peterson, Sylvia Hunt, et al. Sydney: Juvenilia Press, 2022.

Collected Works

  • _____. Love and Freindship and Other Early Works: A Collection of Juvenile Writings. London: OH Editions, 2022.
  • _____. Pride and Prejudice/Lady Susan. New York: G&D Media, 2022. Deluxe Edition.

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  • Adkins, Roy, and Lesley Adkins. “The Lefroys in Leghorn.” JAS Report (2022): 56-60. Account of the life and death of Anthony LeFroy in Livorno, Italy. LeFroy was the grandfather of the legendary Tom LeFroy in Austen’s life.
  • Avery Jones, John. “Evidence of Payments of Legacy Duty on Jane Austen’s Estate.” JAS Report (2022): 117-18. Correction and additions to the 2019 article in JAS Report on death duties.
  • _____. “Henry Austen’s Tax Debt as Receiver-General of Taxes for Oxfordshire.” Persuasions On-Line 43.1 (2022).
  • Avery Jones, John, Devoney Looser, and Peter Sabor. “Cassandra Austen’s Last Years and Wishes, with New Documents and Transcriptions.” JAS Report (2022): 33-55. Although few letters of Cassandra Austen survive, new documents including a will and codicil were recently found, which shed more light on her life.
  • Ballard, Mark. “The Austens’ Residences in Sevenoaks; Part I: A Forgotten Austen Property: The Old House, 18 High Street.” JAS Report (2022): 104-12. The story of Sevenoaks, the property of Austen’s paternal family and her second cousin, John Austen VII.
  • Barlow, Angela. “Eleanor Jackson, the Second Mrs Henry Austen.” Sensibilities 64 (2022): 35-59. (First published in the JAS Report 2018.)
  • Emo, Stephanie. “Mrs M. Purvis—‘The Memorial Trust’s Greatest Benefactress.’” JAS Report (2022): 113-16. The 1950’s correspondence between Mrs. M. Purvis and Mr. T. Edward Carpenter reveals how the wife of an Austen descendent assisted the museum.
  • Friday, Penelope. “George Austen the Mystery.” JARW 119 (2022): 26-31. The mystery of Austen’s brother George.
  • Harris, Jocelyn. “The Lost Miniature of Captain Francis Austen (1806).” JAS Report (2022): 89-103. The history and mystery of a portrait of Francis Austen.
  • _____. “Wentworth and Croft.” JARW 117 (2022): 38-41. Possible links between the Austen family ancestors and Persuasion. (A condensation of “Captain Wentworth and the Duke of Monmouth: Brilliant, Dangerous, and Headstrong” that appeared in Persuasions On-Line 39.1.)
  • Hemingway, Collins. “Electricity on Tuesday.” JARW 119 (2022): 20-25. Austen letters remark on her brother Edward’s electrical treatments in Bath.
  • Hurst, Jane. “Edward Knight II—‘The Fine Old English Gentleman.’” JAS Report (2022): 69-72. Edward Knight II as principal founder and President of NE Hants. Agricultural Association.
  • Merriman, Jan.  “Discovering Philadelphia’s Story.” JASA Sensibilities 63 (2021): 17-36. Life and times of Philadelphia Hancock.
  • Oswald, Ros. “A Reputation Chard.” JARW 115 (2022): 38-44. The reputation of Dr. George Chard, Austen’s music teacher, saved by one of her letters.
  • Riordan, Michael. “The Austens at St. John’s, Oxford.” JAS Report (2022): 30-32. The importance of the educations of Austen’s father George and brothers James and Henry at St. John’s College. (First appeared on the University of Oxford’s website: www.sjc.ox.ac.uk/discover/news/the-austens-at-st-johns.)
  • Stove, Judy.  “Hampshire Evangelical:  Slavery, Surinam and C. E. LeFroy’s Outalissi.” JASA Sensibilities 63 (2021): 62-73. Analysis of the anti-slavery novel by Austen family friend Christopher Edward LeFroy.  (First published in Persuasions On-Line 41.2.)

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  • Ailwood, Sarah. “Austen, Masculinity, and Romanticism.” Wilson and Frawley 318-32.
  • Anderson, Kathleen. “Jane Austen Likes Women: Self-Worth, Self-Care, and Heroic Self-Sacrifice.” Wilson and Frawley 333-41.
  • Anderson, Melissa. “‘Have I Been Rightly Informed? Is It So?’ Information, Privacy, and Responsibility in Sense and Sensibility and Pride and Prejudice.” Persuasions On-Line 43.1 (2022).
  • Anderson, Sigrid Michelle. “Race, Class, Gender Remixed: Reimagining Pride and Prejudice in Communities of Colour.” Wilson and Frawley 481-89.
  • Ard, Patricia. “The Truth about Beauty in Austen’s Novels.” Persuasions On-Line 43.1 (2022).
  • Bander, Elaine. “Jane Austen and the Georgian Novel.” Wilson and Frawley 145-57.
  • _____. “Reading Marianne Dashwood: Transforming the Two-Heroine Convention in Sense and Sensibility.” Persuasions 44 (2022): 35-50.
  • Bandopadhyay, Amrita. “Good Wives: Love, Domestic Virtue, and the Austenian Heroine in Swarnakumari Debi’s An Unfinished Song.” South Asian Review 43.3-4 (2022): 184-97.
  • Barlow, Angela.  “The Comedians:  Jane Austen’s ‘Good Actors’ Liston, Dowton, Emery and Matthews.”  JAS Report (2022): 73-88.  Austen praised comedians over “straight” actors in her letters; this article looks at four of them.
  • Benedict, Barbara M. “‘Playing with Her Bracelets and Rings’: Jewelry, Character, and Objectification in Jane Austen’s Novels.” Persuasions 44 (2022): 202-11.
  • Beswick, Rachel. “Austen in Schools.” JARW 120 (2022): 34-35. Reading Jane Austen while young.
  • _____. “In Defense of Strawberries.” JARW 117 (2022): 44-45.  Emma and strawberries.
  • Black, Tim, and Danielle Spratt. “Epistemic Injustice in Pride and Prejudice and Mansfield Park; or, What Austen Teaches Us about Mansplaining and White Privilege.” Wilson and Frawley 535-46.
  • Bladen, Victoria. “Landscape in Mansfield Park from Novel to Screen.” Sensibilities 65 (2022): 100-16.
  • Blakely, Kathryn. “Jane Austen and Adam Smith: Failures of Sympathy in Sense and Sensibility.” Persuasions 44 (2022): 212-21.
  • Bollinger, Rachel. “‘I Hope He Will Overlook It’: Mrs. Bennet as Ironic Clown.” Persuasions On-Line 43.1 (2022).
  • Borrego, Melanie. “Writing Community: Some Thoughts about Jane Austen Fanfiction.” Wilson and Frawley 490-96.
  • Bree, Linda. “‘A Picture of Real Life and Manners’? Austen, Burney, and Edgeworth.” Wilson and Frawley 133-44.
  • Brodey, Inger S. B., Anne Fertig, and Sarah Schaefer Walton. “Teaching Jane Austen through Public Humanities: The Jane Austen Summer Program.” Wilson and Frawley 571-84.
  • Bugg, John. “Austen, Keats, and the jus post bellum.” British Romanticism and Peace. Oxford: OUP, 2022. 148-80.
  • _____. “Lady Susan is Dead.” Sensibilities 65 (2022): 18-31. An imaginary obituary for Lady Susan.
  • Byrne, Sandie. “Material Goods in Austen’s Novels.” Wilson and Frawley 205-17.
  • Cano, Marina. “Jane Goes Gaga: Austen as Celebrity and Brand.” Wilson and Frawley 446-67.
  • _____. “Sense and Sensibility and Psychoanalysis: Jane Austen and the Kristevan Semiotic.” LIT: Literature Interpretation Theory 33.3 (2022): 174-95.
  • Canter, Rachel. “Translating Jane Austen: World Literary Space and Isabelle De Montolieu’s La Famille Elliot (1821).” Wilson and Frawley 368-78.
  • Canuel, Mark. “The Romantic Novel and the Progress of Civilization.” The Fate of Progress in British Romanticism. Oxford: OUP, 2022. 181-210.
  • Clery, E. J. “The Place of William Cowper in Jane Austen’s Thought-World: ‘Our Garden is Putting in Order.’” Persuasions 44 (2022): 15-34.
  • Clifford, Katrina. “To Act or Not to Act: That is the Question (Including a Scene from Lovers’ Vows).” Sensibilities 65 (2022): 66-85. Examines the importance of home theatricals to the plot of Mansfield Park.
  • Cohen, Paula Marantz. “‘A Perfectly Swell Romance’: Jane Austen and Fred Astaire: A Case Study in Analogy Criticism.” Wilson and Frawley 358-67.
  • Comyn, Sarah. “‘Bringing Her Business Forward’: Jane Austen and Political Economy.” Wilson and Frawley 193-204.
  • _____. “‘Too Domestic to Admit of Calculation’: Jane Austen and Narrative Economics.” Novel: A Forum on Fiction 55.2 (2022): 200-17.
  • Coons, Jayda. “Mortifying the Master’s Eye: Intersubjective Vision in Pride and Prejudice.” Nineteenth-Century Gender Studies 18.3 (2022).
  • Cox, Brenda S. “Faith Words in Sense and Sensibility: A Story of Selfishness and Self-Denial.” Persuasions On-Line 43.1 (2022).
  • Dabek, Meredith. “‘The Power of the Jane Austen Fandom’: Bridging Generational Gaps with the Lizzie Bennet Diaries.” Fandom, the Next Generation. Ed. Bridget Kies and Megan Connor. Iowa: U of Iowa P, 2022. 123-32.
  • Dabundo, Laura. “Jane Austen’s Ode to Duty: Morality and Conscience in Sense and Sensibility.” Persuasions On-Line 43.1 (2022).
  • Danielsen, Hanne Maj. “Uncovering a Piece of Translation History.” JAS Report (2022): 61-68. A newly discovered translation of Pride and Prejudice by Danish sisters Bébé and Margrethe Fredstrup.
  • Dempsey, Sean. “‘Open-Hearted’: Persuasion and the Cultivation of Good Humor.” Words Made Flesh: Formations of the Postsecular in British Romanticism. Charlottesville: U of Virginia P, 2022. 217-33.
  • Devine, Jodi A. “The Historical and Cultural Aspects of Jane Austen’s Letters.” Wilson and Frawley 95-105.
  • Dominique, Lyndon J. “They Came before and after Olivia: Cats, Black Ladies and Political Blackness in Eighteenth-Century British Literature and Austen.” Wilson and Frawley 259-74.
  • Dooley, Gillian.  “Guest Essay.” JARW 116 (2022): 2-4. Austen’s remarks on a gala concert in Sydney Gardens, Bath.
  • _____.  “Jane’s Musical Tastes.”  JARW 115 (2022): 34-37.
  • Dooley, Gillian, and Umme Salma. “The ‘Hindoo Girl’s Song’: A Shady Story from British India.” South Asian Review 43.3-4 (2022): 333-47. Discusses a song in one of Jane Austen’s music manuscript books.
  • Dow, Gillian, and Kim Simpson. “Myth, Reality, and Global Celebrity: Teaching Jane Austen Online.” Wilson and Frawley 523-34.
  • Duncan, Kathryn. “Neither Sense nor Sensibility: A Buddhist Reading.” Persuasions 44 (2022): 171-79.
  • Easton, Celia. “Colonel Brandon and Military Service in the East India Company.” Persuasions 44 (2022): 92-109.
  • Eckert, Kenneth. “Mr. Collins’s Secret Sermon in Pride and Prejudice.” ANQ: A Quarterly Journal of Short Articles, Notes, and Reviews 35.3 (2022): 236-39.
  • Feder, Rachel, et al. “Miscarrying the Marriage Plot.” Sensibilities 64 (2022): 21-34. A close reading of Sense and Sensibility representing Marianne’s illness as a pregnancy. (Previously published in Romantic Circles, a scholarly website.)
  • Ford, Susan Allen. “Persuasions: The Jane Austen Journal and Persuasions On-Line: ‘Formed for [an] Elegant and Rational Society.’” Wilson and Frawley 399-408.
  • _____. Thoughts on the Education of Daughters in Sense and Sensibility.” Persuasions On-Line 43.1 (2022).
  • Fullerton, Susannah. “The Many Duels of Sense and Sensibility.” Persuasions 44 (2022): 146-57.
  • _____. “Singing in the Rain.” JARW 116 (2022): 26-31. The umbrella in Austen’s novels.
  • Furnell, Gary. “Jane Austen on Truth and Courtship.” Quadrant 66.1-2 (2022): 43-45.
  • Galperin, William. “Being Plotted, Being Thrown: Austen’s Catch and Release.” Wilson and Frawley 296-305.
  • Gamer, Michael, and Katrina O’Loughlin. “Teaching Jane Austen in the Twenty-First Century.” Wilson and Frawley 499-508.
  • Gande, James. “Rural Labour in an Age of Industry: William Cobbett and Some Contemporaries.” A History of English Georgic Writing. Ed. Paddy Bullard. Cambridge: CUP, 2022. 197-214.
  • Gannie, Renissa Rowena. “‘Classical Trash’: Austen’s and Brontë’s Novels as a Discourse toward Self-Love and Tactical Resistance.” Persuasions 44 (2022): 193-201.
  • Ganz, Melissa J. “‘The Fidelity of Promising’: Egoism and Obligation in Austen.” Review of English Studies 73.309 (2022): 344-60.
  • Garcha, Amanpal. “Emma’s Choices: Economics and Modern Narratives of Decision-Making.” Novel: A Forum on Fiction 55.2 (2022): 218-39.
  • García Soría, Cinthia. “Judgment and Feelings: Sense and Sensibility’s Journey to the Spanish-Speaking World.” Persuasions On-Line 43.1 (2022).
  • Giffin, Michael. “Dramatic Structure in Jane Austen’s Novels.” Sensibilities 64 (2022): 73-79. How Austen told stories in the classical mode.
  • Graham, Peter. “Sense and Sensibility, Novel and Phenomenon.” Wilson and Frawley 23-39.
  • Greaney, Michael. An A-Z of Jane Austen. London: Bloomsbury Academic, 2022.
  • Greenfield, Sayre N., and Linda V. Troost. “New Directions in Jane Austen Studies.” Literature Compass 19.5 (2022).
  • Greenfield, Susan Celia. “‘Queer Austen’ and Northanger Abbey.” Wilson and Frawley 342-57.
  • Grover, Danielle. “Jealous Moments of Note.” JARW 120 (2022): 48-51.  Male rivalry in Emma and Persuasion.
  • Groves, Beatrice. “Communities of Interpretation in Jane Austen and Harry Potter.” Open at the Close: Literary Essays on Harry Potter. Ed. Cecilia Konchar Farr. Jackson: UP of Mississippi, 2022. 93-105.
  • Halsey, Katie. “From Samplers to Shakespeare: Jane Austen’s Reading.” Wilson and Frawley 158-69.
  • Hampton, Timothy. “Jane Austen, or Cheer in Time.” Cheerfulness: A Literary and Cultural History. Princeton: PUP, 2022. 117-32.
  • Hegele, Arden. Romantic Autopsy: Literary Form and Medical Reading. Oxford: OUP, 2022. Discusses Pride and Prejudice.
  • _____. Sense and Sensibility, Letter by Letter.” Persuasions On-Line 43.1 (2022).
  • Hernandez, Alex Eric. “In the Church of Saint Jane: Literature, Lived Religion, and the Descriptive Turn.” Modern Language Quarterly 83.4 (2022): 461-80.
  • Holmes, Martha Stoddard. “Close Reading and Close Looking: Teaching Austen Novels and Films.” Wilson and Frawley 509-22.
  • Horansky, Eileen, Claire Bellanti, and Robin Henry. “Jane Austen Bibliography, 2021.” Persuasions On-Line 43.1 (2022).
  • Hussain, Azar. “Elizabeth Inchbald’s 1814 Diary.” JAS Report (2022): 18-29.  Study of surviving sections of Inchbald’s 1814 diary and intersections among Inchbald, Austen, and Mansfield Park.
  • _____. “Jane Austen, Lovers’ Vows, and the Periodic Press.” Persuasions On-Line 43.1 (2022).
  • _____. “‘My Chief Favourite among Novelists’: Jane Austen and Anthony Trollope.” Persuasions On-Line 43.1 (2022).
  • _____. “What Was Edmund Bertram’s Income?” Persuasions 44 (2022): 231-37.
  • Istratie-Macarov, Alexandra-Lavinia. “Jane Austen’s Dark Side: Northanger Abbey.” Translation Studies: Retrospective and Prospective Views 25 (2022): 139-41.
  • Jane Austen Society. News Letter. Nos. 58-59 (2022). Ed. Marion Davies.
  • _____. Report for 2022. Ed. Hazel Jones. Essays are individually cited.
  • Jane Austen Society (Kent Branch). Austentations 22 (2022). Ed. Paul Morris.
  • Jane Austen Society (Midlands Branch). Transactions. No 2022 publication.
  • Jane Austen Society (Northern Branch). Impressions 67-69 (2022). Ed. Marilyn Joice.
  • Jane Austen Society of Australia. JASA Chronicle (2022). Ed. Ruth Williamson.
  • _____. Sensibilities 64-65 (2022). Ed. Joanna Penglase. Essays are individually cited.
  • Jane Austen Society of North America. JASNA News 37.4, 38.1-3 (2022). Ed. Susan Wampler.
  • _____. Persuasions: The Jane Austen Journal 44 (2022). Ed. Susan Allen Ford. Essays are individually cited.
  • _____. Persuasions: The Jane Austen Journal On-Line 43.1 (2022). Ed. Susan Allen Ford. Essays are individually cited.
  • Jane Austen’s Regency World [JARW] 115-20 (2022). Ed. Jackie Herring. Austen-related articles are individually cited.
  • James, Erin. “Worlds.” Narrative in the Anthropocene. Ohio: O State UP, 2022. 26-65. Discusses Mansfield Park.
  • Jolley, Kelly. “On Cavell’s ‘Kierkegaard’s on Authority and Revelation’—with Constant Reference to Austen.” Cavell’s Must We Mean What We Say? at 50. Ed. Greg Chase, Juliet Floyd, and Sandra Logier. Cambridge: CUP, 2022. 179-97.
  • Jones, Hazel. “‘Within Four Miles Northward from Exeter’: Landscapes of the Mind and Map in Sense and Sensibility.” Persuasions On-Line 43.1 (2022).
  • Jones, Wendy. “Jane Austen and the Social Sciences.” Wilson and Frawley 379-96.
  • Jordan, Harriet. “The Mansfield Park Quartet.” Sensibilities 65 (2022): 86-99. An examination of the four major characters in Mansfield Park.
  • Justice, George. “Emma, a Heroine.” Wilson and Frawley 65-74.
  • Kang, Melissa. “Fanny Price’s Health.” Sensibilities 65 (2022): 54-64. An analysis of possible illnesses from which Fanny may have suffered.
  • Kim-Sherman, Isabelle. “Dressing Jane Austen: The Development of Period Costume Design in Film.” Persuasions On-Line 43.1 (2022).
  • Kopajtic, Lauren. “‘Now, How Were His Sentiments to Be Read?’: Imagination and Discernment in Austen’s Persuasion.” Philosophy and Literature 46 (2022): 280-300.
  • Lanser, Susan S., and Shlomith Rimmon-Kenan. “The Postclassical Chronotope: A Narratological Inquiry.” Poetics Today 43.3 (2022): 429-54. Discusses Persuasion.
  • Lau, Beth. “Passion and Despair: Sense and Sensibility and Germaine de Staël’s Corinne.” Persuasions 44 (2022): 51-62.
  • Lee, Yoon Sun. “Typicality in the Novel and Novel Theory.” Novel: A Forum on Fiction 55.3 (2022): 444-62. Discusses Sense and Sensibility.
  • Leffel, John C. “‘Setting at Naught All Rules of Probable or Possible’: Jane Austen’s ‘Juvenilia.’” Wilson and Frawley 106-24.
  • Lewis, Desiree. “Reading Jane Austen and Emily Dickinson: A Personal Essay.” English in Africa 49.3 (2022): 23-39.
  • Lewis, Michael D. “The Politics of Friendship in Persuasion.” Wilson and Frawley 75-94.
  • Lindstrom, Eric Reid. Jane Austen and Other Minds: Ordinary Language Philosophy in Literary Fiction. Cambridge: CUP, 2022.
  • Looser, Devoney. The Life and Works of Jane Austen. The Great Courses. The Teaching Company, 2022. https://www.thegreatcourses.com/courses/the-life-and-works-of-jane-austen [Video course].
  • _____. “Touching upon Jane Austen’s Politics.” Wilson and Frawley 127-32.
  • _____.  “Two Janes in Bath.” JARW 120 (2022): 20-23. Jane Porter’s letters from Bath reflect what Jane Austen might have experienced there.
  • McMaster, Juliet. “The Feeling Body: From Love and Freindship to Sense and Sensibility.” Persuasions 44 (2022): 133-45.
  • Malcolm, Gabrielle.  “The Anatomy of a Novel:  Northanger Abbey.” JARW 120 (2022): 38-39.
  • _____.  “The Anatomy of a Novel:  Pride and Prejudice.” JARW 119 (2022): 36-37.
  • Manning, Lona. “Delightful Authors.” JARW 120 (2022): 40-41.  Early, and possibly first, tribute to Austen in a novel by Mary Jane Mackenzie.
  • _____. “From ‘Namby-Pamby’ to ‘Sinister’: The Meaning and Significance of ‘Kitty, a Fair but Frozen Maid’ in Austen’s Emma.” Persuasions On-Line 43.1 (2022).
  • Marinaro, Francesca. “‘One Word from You Will Silence Me on This Subject Forever’: Jane Austen and the Culture of Consent.” Pennsylvania Literary Journal 14.3 (2022): 154-82.
  • Markley, Robert. “The Novel and the Environment: Nature, Cultivation, and Alien Ecologies.” Handbook of the British Novel in the Long Eighteenth Century. Ed. Katrin Berndt and Alessa Johns. Berlin: De Gruyter, 2022. 123-38. Discusses Mansfield Park.
  • Marsh, Sarah. “‘All the Egotism of an Invalid’: Hypochondria as Form in Jane Austen’s Sanditon.” Wilson and Frawley 229-45.
  • Matassa, Susan E. “Reading Character in Correspondence: Revelatory Narratives in the Letters of Persuasion.” Persuasions 44 (2022): 247-55.
  • Mirmohamadi, Kylie. “‘You Do Not Know Her or Her Heart’: Minor Character Elaboration in Contemporary Austen Spin-Off Fiction.” Wilson and Frawley 439-45.
  • Mohammadpour, Fahime, Mohammadtaghi Shahnazari, and Mahmoud Afrouz. “Looking through the Lens of Bourdieu: A Corpus-Based Study of English Romance Fiction Translation Concerning the Translation Strategies of CSIs.” Ḥikma: Revista de Traducción 21.1 (2022): 107-34. Discusses Sense and Sensibility.
  • Monaghan, David. “Multiple Authors: The Making of Sense and Sensibility (BBC, 2007).” Persuasions On-Line 43.1 (2022).
  • Moore, Roger E. “Is Sense and Sensibility Jane Austen’s Most Religious Novel?” Persuasions 44 (2022): 73-91.
  • Morillo, John. “Jane Austen: Writing, Society, Politics.” Eighteenth-Century Fiction 34 (2022): 504-06.
  • Murphy, Olivia. “Jane Austen and the Whitewashed Past.” Wilson and Frawley 246-58.
  • _____. “Jane Austen, Persuasion (1818).” Handbook of the British Novel in the Long Eighteenth Century. Ed. Katrin Berndt and Alessa Johns. Berlin: De Gruyter, 2022. 557-74.
  • Nagle, Christopher C. “Live Austen Adaptation in the Age of Multimedia Reproduction.” Wilson and Frawley 422-38.
  • Natali, Christopher J. “Was Northanger Abbey’s General Tilney Worth His Weight in Pineapples?” Sensibilities 64 (2022): 60-72. (First appeared in Persuasions On-Line 40.1.)
  • Nixon, Lauren. “Are We Persuaded?” JARW 120 (2022): 16-19. Review of the recent Netflix adaptation of Persuasion.
  • Normandin, Shawn. “‘As the Starling Said’: Quoting Laurence Sterne in Jane Austen’s Mansfield Park.” Notes and Queries 69.2 [267] (2022): 145-46.
  • _____. “Derrida, Nationalism, and Jane Austen’s Emma.” European Romantic Review 33 (2022): 823-42.
  • Norton, David. “Laughter and Compassion.” Sensibilities 65 (2022): 5-17. Laughter and compassion characterize Austen’s novels.
  • Ogawa, Kimiyo. “Austen’s Belief in Education: Sōseki, Nogami, and Sensibility.” Wilson and Frawley 559-70.
  • Om, Donghee. “The Moral Agency of Female Autonomy in Mansfield Park.” ANQ: A Quarterly Journal of Short Articles, Notes, and Reviews 35.3 (2022): 209-12.
  • O’Rourke, James. “What Miss Bates Knew: A Batesian View of Emma.” Persuasions 44 (2022): 238-46.
  • Ortiz, Ivan. “Selfies with Emma: Jane Austen’s Social Media.” Studies in the Novel 54.2 (2022): 159-78.
  • Parker, Keiko. “Illustrations of Sense and Sensibility.” Persuasions On-Line 43.1 (2022).
  • Peltason, Timothy. “Jane Austen and the Wrong Man.” Essays in Criticism: A Quarterly Journal of Literary Criticism 72.1 (2022): 1-24.
  • Peterson, Lesley. “The Green World, Cultivated: Jane Austen’s Engagement with Shakespeare’s As You Like It in Sense and Sensibility.” Persuasions On-Line 43.1 (2022).
  • Petry, Yvonne. “Elinor Dashwood the Artist: Drawing, Perception, and Sense in Sense and Sensibility.” Persuasions 44 (2022): 63-72.
  • Pinch, Adela. “Hearing Voices in Austen: The Representation of Speech and Voice in the Novels.” Wilson and Frawley 277-95.
  • Reus, Anne. “‘Vain Are These Speculations’: Jane Austen and Female Perfection.” Virginia Woolf and Nineteenth-Century Women Writers: Victorian Legacies and Literary Afterlives. Edinburgh: EUP, 2022. 37-73.
  • Rohrbach, Emily. “The Novelty of Mansfield Park.” Wilson and Frawley 58-64.
  • Runia, Robin. “Un-silencing Miss Lambe: Masterpiece Considers Race in Jane Austen’s Sanditon.” Persuasions On-Line 43.1 (2022).
  • Rytting, Jenny Rebecca. “The Other Siblings in Sense and Sensibility.” Persuasions 44 (2022): 122-32.
  • Sabor, Peter. “Less Sense, More Sensibility: Isabelle de Montolieu’s Raison et sensibilité (1815).” Persuasions 44 (2022): 158-70.
  • Scarth, Kate. “Emily of New Moon and Fanny of Mansfield Park: Childhood at Home in Jane Austen and L. M. Montgomery.” Children and Childhoods in L. M. Montgomery: Continuing Conversations. Ed. Rita Bode, Lesley D. Clement, E. Holly Pike, and Margaret Steffler. Montreal: McGill-Queen’s UP, 2022. 27-46.
  • Schneeberger, Brandon. “Fine Constantia Wine: Sacrificial Love and Eucatastrophe in Jane Austen’s Sense and Sensibility.” Love. Ed. Robert C. Evans. New Jersey: Salem, 2022. 44-61.
  • _____. “The Play’s the Thing: Masking in Hamlet and Mansfield Park.” Truth and Lies. Ed. Robert C. Evans. New Jersey: Salem, 2022. 49-66.
  • Shand, Elizabeth. “The Critical Insurgency of Austen’s Suffrage Afterlife: ‘I Hope I Shall Not Be Accused of Pride and Prejudice.’” Tulsa Studies in Women’s Literature 41.1 (2022): 91-112.
  • Sharren, Kandice. “Landscaping the Three-Volume Novel: Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice and Mansfield Park.” Review of English Studies 73.311 (2022): 728-45.
  • Silver, Sean. “Gilbert Ryle, Jane Austen, and Thick Description.” Studies in the Novel 54 (2022): 198-218.
  • Skelly, Victoria.  “Fellow Spirits.” JARW 116 (2022): 45-51. John Constable and Austen on nature.
  • Stafford, Fiona. “What Are Books For? Darcy’s Library, Crabbe’s The Library, and Shillito’s The Country Book-Club.” Libraries in Literature. Ed. Alice Crawford and Robert Crawford. Oxford: OUP, 2022. 71-85.
  • Stark, Nigel. “Naughty Words Explained.”  JARW 116 (2022): 42-44. Austen’s use of ribald double meaning may have had a dictionary source.
  • Stiller, Maureen.  “Austen’s Final Illness.”  JARW 120 (2022): 52-53.  (Adaptation of an article in JAS Report 2021 by Michael Sanders.)
  • Sukhera, Laaleen. “Global Jane Austen: Obstinate, Headstrong Pakistanis.” Wilson and Frawley 468-80.
  • Sussman, Matthew. “Austen, Gaskell, and the Politics of Domestic Fiction.” Modern Language Quarterly: A Journal of Literary History 83.1 (2022): 1-26.
  • Sutherland, Kathryn. “Jane Austen Fragment Artist.” Why Modern Manuscripts Matter. Oxford: OUP, 2022. 167-96.
  • Tarr, Clayton Carlyle. “Spoiler Alert: The Sensation Novel and Victorian Criticism.” Victorian Periodicals Review 55 (2022): 428-52. Discusses Northanger Abbey.
  • Taylor, Matthew. “Mensonge Mélodramatique: Triangular Desire in Sense and Sensibility.” Contagion: Journal of Violence, Mimesis, and Culture 29 (2022): 189-207.
  • Tett, Sam. “‘Going Home When It Was Not Home’: Jamais Vu in Nineteenth-Century British Fiction.” Journal of Victorian Culture 27.3 (2022): 507-25.
  • Ulfsdotter, Boel. “Embodying Female Dissent in Sanditon: The Case of Esther Denham’s Two Bodies.” Film, Fashion & Consumption 11.1 (2022): 73-90.
  • Van Cleave, Cecily. “Beyond the Garden Wall: Priscilla Wakefield and Botanical Women in Austen’s Time.” Persuasions 44 (2022): 180-90.
  • Villaseñor, Alice Marie. From Prada to Nada: Displaced Dashwood Sisters in Los Angeles.” Persuasions On-Line 43.1 (2022).
  • _____. “‘It Is Such a Happiness When Good People Get Together’: JAS and JASNA.” Wilson and Frawley 409-21.
  • Vorachek, Laura. “Jane Austen and Music.” Wilson and Frawley 218-28.
  • Wallace, Elizabeth Kowaleski. “Living without Insects in Jane Austen’s Emma: A Horizontal Reading.” College Literature: A Journal of Critical Literary Studies 49.4 (2022): 599-627.
  • Wallace, Tara Ghoshal. “Pedestrian Characters and Plots: Persuasion and The Heart of Midlothian.” Wilson and Frawley 170-79.
  • Wang, Orrin N. C. “Play Time: Austen, Byron, and Mary Shelley.” Techno-Magism: Media, Mediation, and the Cut of Romanticism. New York: Fordham UP, 2022. 149-74.
  • Wells, Juliette. “Race, Privilege, and Relatability: A Practical Guide for College and Secondary Instructors.” Wilson and Frawley 547-58.
  • White, Laura M. “From Jewelled Toothpick-Cases to Blue Nankin Boots: Austen, Consumerist Culture, and Narrative.” Wilson and Frawley 180-92.
  • Wiebracht, Ben, Macy Maurer Levin, Kate Snyder, and Varsha Venkatram. “Jane Austen and Student-Teacher Collaborations: How One High-School English Class Ditched Graded Essays for Something Better.” Persuasions On-Line 43.1 (2022).
  • Wilkes, Sue. “Cautionary Tales.”  JARW 118 (2022): 10-14. Eighteenth-century children’s literature and its inspiration for Austen’s juvenilia.
  • Williamson, Ruth. “Hammond’s Illustrated Vision of Sense and Sensibility.” Persuasions On-Line 43.1 (2022).
  • Wilson, Cheryl A., and Maria H. Frawley, eds. The Routledge Companion to Jane Austen. New York: Routledge, 2022. Essays are cited individually.
  • Wilson, Ruth. “Jane Austen PhD: From Reading Passion to Reading Wisely and Well.” Sensibilities 64 (2022): 5-20.
  • Wolfson, Susan J. “Pride and Prejudice: Not Altogether ‘Light & Bright & Sparkling.’” Wilson and Frawley 40-57.
  • Wood, Breckyn. “Austen Reworking Smith: Sympathy, Objectivity, and Moral Passivity in Mansfield Park.” Persuasions 44 (2022): 222-30.
  • Wu, Yih-Dau. “Broken Promises in Northanger Abbey.” Ex-position 47 (2022): 219-37.
  • Wyett, Jodi L. “Northanger Abbey and the Functions of Metafiction.” Wilson and Frawley 11-22.
  • Yaffe, Deborah. “Two Cheers for Edward Ferrars.” Persuasions 44 (2022): 110-21.
  • Yahav, Amit. “Austen’s Literary Time.” Wilson and Frawley 306-17.
  • Zohn, Kristen Miller. “Gender and the Decorative Arts.” Persuasions On-Line 43.1 (2022).

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4. Selected Dissertations

  • Cannon, Emanni N. “Contemporary Romance and the Question of Literary Value.” MA Thesis. California State U, 2022. Ch. 1 is titled “Austenian Foundations.”
  • Jordan-Clark, Chris. “Jane Austen’s Unromantic Landscapes.” Diss. U of Newcastle, 2022.
  • Kennedy, Camille. “Tackling Translation: Why Translation Criticism Should Be Historically Grounded.” Diss. Rutgers U, 2022. Part 1 discusses “the first full French translation of a Jane Austen novel, Isabelle de Montolieu’s Raison et sensibilité.”
  • Long, Veronica Lee. “Individuation and the Romance Novel.” Diss. Pacifica Graduate Institute, 2022. Ch. 5 is titled “The Individuation Story in Pride and Prejudice.”
  • Nurulhady, Eta Farmacelia. “‘A Sort of Pain, Which is New’: Unresolved Grief in British Romantic Literature. Diss. Louisiana State U and Agricultural and Mechanical College, 2022. Ch. 2 is on Persuasion.
  • Sirota, Lauren. “Textual Encounters: Reading Character in the Nineteenth-Century Novel.” Diss. U of Michigan, 2022. Ch. 1 discusses Persuasion, Pride and Prejudice, and Emma.
  • Troivaux, Fabien Jean-Jacques. “‘The Light Touch of a Very Friendly Hand’: Style and the Haptic in Jane Austen’s Manuscripts.” Diss. U of St Andrews, 2022. 

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  • Adriani, Susan, and Jane Austen. The Luxury of Silence. N.p.: Quills and Quartos, 2022.
  • Austen, Jane, and Laurene Boglio. Janesplains: A Very Discreet Compendium of Jane Austen's Wit & Wisdom. New York: Union Square, 2022.
  • Badgett, Paige, and Jane Austen. Against Every Expectation: A Pride & Prejudice Variation. N.p.: Quills and Quartos, 2022.
  • Barron, Stephanie. Jane and the Year without a Summer. New York: Soho Crime, 2022.
  • Blackburn, Lizzie Damilola. Yinka, Where Is Your Huzband? New York: Dorman/Viking, 2022.
  • Bright, Ada, and Cass Grafton. The Particular Charm of Miss Jane Austen. London: Canelo, 2022.
  • Davies Andrew, et al., directors. Sanditon. Season Two. Boston: PBS 2022. [DVD]
  • Dev, Sonali. The Emma Project. New York: HarperCollins, 2022.
  • Dhami, Narinder, et al. Jane Austen’s Persuasion. London: Hodder Children’s, 2022.
  • Gray, Claudia. The Murder of Mr. Wickham. New York: Vintage, 2022.
  • Hahn, Taylor. The Lifestyle. New York: Anchor, 2022.
  • Harrison, Nan, and Jane Austen. Any Fair Interference: A Pride & Prejudice Variation. N.p.: Quills and Quartos, 2022.
  • Hornby, Gill. Godmersham Park. London: Century, 2022.
  • Jane Austen 2023 Engagement Calendar. New York: Sterling, 2022. [Calendar]
  • Lodge, Donna. “The Official Austen Tour.” JARW 118 (2022): 2-5. Bath Abbey.
  • McVeigh, Alice. Harriet: A Jane Austen Variation. London: Warleigh Hall, 2022.
  • Malik, Ayisha, et al. Jane Austen’s Mansfield Park. London: Hodder Children’s, 2022.
  • Marks, Sara. Unraveling Carrie Woodhouse: A Modern Retelling of Jane Austen’s Emma. Chelmsford, MA: Illuminated Myth, 2022.
  • Mortimer, Ian. The Time Traveler’s Guide to Regency Britain: A Handbook for Visitors to 1789-1830. New York: Pegasus, 2022.
  • Mullan, John, and Barry Falls. Matchmaking: The Jane Austen Memory Game. London: Laurence King, 2022. [Game]
  • Nadin, Joanna, et al. Jane Austen’s Sense and Sensibility. London: Hodder Children’s, 2022.
  • Pek, Jane. The Verifiers. New York: Vintage, 2022.
  • Price, Tirzah. Sense and Second-degree Murder. New York: HarperTeen, 2022.
  • Salle, Ludovic. The Jane Austen Colouring Book. Victoria, BC: Orca Book Services, 2022. [Coloring Book]
  • Shane, Lizzie. Pride & Puppies. New York: Forever, 2022.
  • Shepherd, Lynn. The Mansfield Park Murder. London: Hera, 2022.
  • Smith, Sarah. The Boy with the Bookstore. New York: Berkley Romance, 2022.
  • Stewart, Haley. Jane Austen’s Genius Guide to Life: On Love, Friendship, and Becoming the Person God Created You to Be. South Bend, IN: Ave Maria, 2022.
  • Summers, Melanie, and Jane Austen. Pride and Piña Coladas. n.p.: Gretz, 2022.
  • Wilson, Ruth. The Jane Austen Remedy. London: Allison and Busby, 2022.
  • Winters, Sasha. Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice Word Search: Word Search for Adults, Puzzler Lovers. Morrisville, NC: Lulu Com, 2022. [Activity Book]
  • Woodfine, Katherine, et al. Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice. London: Hodder Children’s, 2022.



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. We 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. Make note of this fact, and search online for older titles you might be looking for to see if they are available in these newer formats, keeping in mind 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. This list is selective; as there are a number of works that are self-published in this area, we have listed only those that are catalogued on WorldCat.

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.

10. Dissertations: Please be aware that some dissertations listed here are under embargo for a set period of time before they will be made publicly available.

11. Language: Although Austen scholarship is published in many languages, this bibliography is representative only of works originally published in English.

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