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              Bibiliographie zum Hauptseminar "Jane Austen"
ACHTUNG: Einige ältere Artikel (hier nicht aufgelistet) sind in den Ordnern in Raum B 339
                                          zu finden!



l. Allgemeine Darstellungen zum Roman des 19. Jahrhunderts

Allen, Walter. The English Novel: A Short Critical History. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1960.
                                                                                     F QF 737

Baker, Earnest. The History of the English Novel: Edgeworth, Austen, Scott. Vol. VI. New York:
       Barnes, 1957.                                                                   FQF 431

Colby, Robert A. Fiction With A Purpose: Major and Minor Nineteenth-Century Novels.
       Bloomington: Indiana UP, 1967.                                             F NF 894

Colby,Vineta. Yesterday's Women: Domestic Realism in the English Novel. Princeton: Princeton
      UP, 1974.                                                                     F NF 979

Donovan, Robert Alan. The Shaping Vision: Imagination in the English Novel from Defoe to
      Dickens. Ithaca/NY: Cornell UP, 1967.                                         F GF 882

Ghent, Dorothy van. The English Novel: Form and Function. New York: Holt, 1961.      F QF 725

Gilbert, Sandra M. und Susan Gubar. The Madwoman in the Attic: The Woman Writer and the
       Nineteenth-Century Literary Imagination. New Haven: Yale UP, 1979.        F NQ 1037

Gillie, Christopher. Character in English Literature. London: Chatto & Windus, 1970. F QA 869

Goetsch, Paul et al. Der englische Roman im 19. Jahrhundert. Berlin: Erich Schmidt Verlag, 1973.
                                                                                     P NP 966

Goodin, George, Hg. The English Novel in the Nineteenth-Century: Essays on the Literary
      Mediation of Human Values. Illinois: Illinois UP, 1974.                        F NF 958

Irwin, Michael. Picturing: Description and Illusion in the Nineteenth-Century Novel. London:
       Allan, 1979.                                                                    F NF 1041

Kettle, Amold. An Introduction to the English Novel. London: Hutchinson University Library,
        1969.                                                                        F GF 701

Kettle, Amold, Hg. The Nineteenth-Century Novel: Critical Essays and Documents. London:
        Heinemann Educational Books, 1972.                                         F NF 954

Kiely, Robert. The Romantic Novel in England. Cambridge/MA: Halvard UP, 1972.        F MF 955
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Moers, Ellen. Literary Women. London: Allen, 1977.                                      F RA 1017

Parrinder, Patrick. Nation & novel: The English novel from its origins to the present day. Oxford:
       Oxford UP, 2006.                                                                  Nü BM

Prickett, Stephen, Hg. The Romantics: The Context of English Literature. London: Methuen, 1981
                                                                                     F MA 1061

Reinhold, Heinz. Der englische Roman des l9. Jahrhunderts. Düsseldorf: Bagel, 1976.      F NF 1002

Siefert, Susan. The Dilemma of the Talented Heroine: A Study in Nineteenth-Century Fiction.
        Montreal: Eden Press, 1979.                                                   F NF 1028

Stevenson, Lionel. The English Novel: A Panorama. Westport/CT: Greenwood Press, 1978.
                                                                                   F GF 809

Wagenknecht, Edward. Cavalcade of the English Novel. New York: Holt, 1954.                F QF 62l


2. Literatur über Jane Austen


Amis, Kingsley. What Became of Jane Austen? And Of her Questions. London: Jonathan Cape,
      1971.                                                                      O AMI 163

Babb, Howard S. Jane Austen's Novels: The Fabric of Dialogue. Columbus/OH: Ohio State UP,
      1962.                                                                     M AUS 661

Beer, Patricia. Reader, I Married Him: A Study of the Women Characters of Jane Austen, Charlotte
       Brontë, Elizabeth Gaskell and George Eliot. London: Macmillan, 1977.            F NF 977

Benedict, Barbara M. "Jane Austen and the Culture of Circualting Libraries: The Construction of
      Female Literacy." In: Paula R. Backschneider (Hg.): Eighteenth-Century "Women's Fiction"
      and Social Engagement. Baltimore, London: John Hopkins UP, 2000.                     Ordner

Bloom, Donald A. "Dwindling into Wifehood: the Romantic Power of the Witty Heroine in
       Shakespeare, Dryden, Congreve, and Austen". Look Who's Laughing: Gender and Comedy.
       Hg. Gail Finney. Amsterdam u.a.: Gordon and Breach Science Publishers, 1994. 53-80.
                                                                                       Ordner
Bode, Christoph und Fritz Wilhelm Neuman (eds.). Re-Mapping Romanticism: Gender Text
       Context. Essen: Blaue Eule, 2001.                                           F MQ 1301

Boerckel, Catharina. Ideal und Realität: Weibliche Entwicklungsprozesse bei Jane Austen,
      Elizabeth Gaskell und George Eliot. Frankfurt: Lang, 1997.                   M AUS 1013

Borgmeier, Raimund. „‟The suspense of them cannot last long„ – Spannung bei Jane Austen.“
    Spannung: Studien zur englischsprachigen Literatur. Trier: WVT, 2001. 91-104. F RC 1301
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Borgmeier, Raimund. „Heritage Film and the Picturesque Garden“. E. Voigts-Virchow (Hg.):
Janespotting and Beyond: British Heritage Retrovisions since the Mid-1990s. Tübingen: Gunter
Narr Verlag, 2004, 65-74                                                           Q FA 2004-1


Bradbrook, Frank W. Jane Austen and Her Predecessors. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1967.
                                                                              M AUS 701

Brown, Julia Previtt. Jane Austen 's Novels: Social Change and Literary Form. Cambridge/MA:
      Harvard UP, 1979.                                                           M AUS 831

Brown, Julia Prewitt. "Jane Austen: In Search of Time Present." Persuasions: The Journal of the
      Jane Austen Society of North America. 22 (2000): 136-55.                             Ordner

Brown, Lloyd W. Bits of Ivory: Narrative Techniques in Jane Austen's Fiction. Baton Rouge:
      Lousiana State UP, 1973.                                                       M AUS 773

Brown, Lloyd W. "The Comic Conclusion in Jane Austen's Novels". PMLA 84 (1969): 1582-1587.
                                                                                       Z22

Bush, Dougias. Jane Austen. London: Macmillan, 1975.                                M AUS 791

Butler, Marilyn. Jane Austen and the War of Ideas. Oxford: Clarendon, 1075.         M AUS 793

Burgess, Miranda J. "Domesticating Gothic: Jane Austen, Ann Radcliffe and National Romance."
      In: Thomas Pfau & Robert F. Gleckner (Hgg.) Lessons of Romanticism: A Critical
      Companion. Durham, London: Duke UP, 1998.                                        Ordner

Byrne, Paula. “‟The Unmeaning Luxuries of Bath‟: Urban Pleasures in Jane Austen‟s World”.
       Persuasions: The Jane Austen Journal 26 (2004): 13-26.                      Ordner

Cecil, David. A Portrait of Jane Austen. London: Constable, 1978.                   M AUS 821

Chapman, R. W. Jane Austen: Facts and Problems. Oxford: Clarendon, 1961.            M AUS 586

Chapman, R. W., Hg. Jane Austen's Letters to Her Sister Cassandra and Others. London: Oxford
     UP, 1959.                                                                     M AUS 210

Cohen, Monica F. "Persuading the Navy Home: Austen and Married Women's Professional
      Property". Novel: A Forum on Fiction 29:3 (1996): 346-366.                             Z65

Copeland, Edward und Juliet McMaster (eds.). The Cambridge Companion to Jane Austen.
      Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1997.                                           M AUS 1016

Craik, Wendy A. Jane Austen: The Six Novels. London: Methuen, 1979.                 M AUS 692

Deresiewicz, William. Jane Austen and the Romantic Poets. New York: Columbia UP, 2004.


Devlin, D. D. Jane Austen and Education. London: Macmillan, 1975.                   M AUS 794
                                                                                                  4


Duckworth, Alistair M. The Improvement of the Estate: A Study of Jane Austen's Novels.
     Baltimore: John Hopkins Press, 1971.                                           M AUS 754

Easton, Celia A. “Austen's Urban Redemption: Rejecting Richardson's View of the City”.
       Persuasions: The Jane Austen Journal 26 (2004): 121-35.                    Ordner

Emsley, Sarah Baxter. Jane Austen's Philosophy of the Virtues. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan,
      2005.                                                                           Sted BM

Erickson, Lee. "The Economy of Novel Reading: Jane Austen and the Circulating Library". Studies
       in English Literature 30:4 (1990): 573-590.                                      Ordner

Evans, Mary. Jane Austen and the State. London: Tavistock Publications, 1987.       M AUS 912

Fergus, Jan. Jane Austen: A Literary Life. Houndsmill: Macmillan, 1991.             M AUS 951

Fott, David. "Prudence and Persuasion: Jane Austen on Virtue in Democratizing Eras." Lamar
       Journal of the Humanities 24.1 (1999): 17-37.                                     Ordner


Galperin, William. "Let Us Not Desert One Another." European Romantic Review 11.1 (2000): 35-
       45.                                                                            Ordner

Galperin, William. "What Happens When Jane Austen and Francis Burney Enter the Romantic
       Canon?" In: Thomas Pfau & Robert F. Gleckner (Hgg.) Lessons of Romanticism: A Critical
       Companion. Durham, London: Duke UP, 1998.                                      Ordner

Gill, Richard and Susan Gregory. Mastering the novels of Jane Austen. Basingstoke: Palgrave
        Macmillan, 2003.                                                            M AUS 1071

Gillie, Christopher. A Preface to Jane Austen. London: Longman, 1977.               M AUS 782

Gilson, David. “Jane Austen and Europe”. Book Collector 52.1 (2003): 31-45.          Ordner

Gooneratne, Yasmin. Jane Austen. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1970.                     M AUS 742

Gooneratne, Yasmin. "Making Sense: Jane Austen on the Screen." In: Antor, Heinz und Kevin L.
      Cope (eds.). Intercultural Encounters - Studies in English Literatures. Heidelberg: Carl
      Winter Universitätsverlag, 1999.                                  F GV 1277 (*SA G 99-5+)

Gorman, Anita G. The Body in Illness and Health: Themes and Images in Jane Austen. New York,
     San Francisco u.a.: Peter Lang, 1993.                                         M AUS 972

Gottlieb, Sidney. " Persusasion and Cinematic Approaches to Jane Austen" Literature and Film
       Quarterly 30.2 (2002): 104-110.                                                    Ordner

Graham, Peter. “Born to Diverge: An Evolutionary Perspective on Sibling Personality
      Development in Austen‟s Novels”. Persuasions: The Jane Austen Journal On-Line 25.1
      (2004): no pagination.                                                  Online zugänglich
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Grawe, Christian. Jane Austen. Mit einer Auswahl von Briefen, Dokumenten und nachgelassenen
      Werken. Stuttgart: Reclam, 1988.                                            M AUS 923

Grey, J. David. The Jane Austen Handbook. London: Athlone Press, 1986.                M AUS 904

Griffin, Cynthia. "The Development of Realism in Jane Austen's Early Novels". English Literary
        History 30 (1963): 36-52.                                                            Z52

Halperin, John, Hg. Jane Austen: Bicentenary Essays. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1975.
                                                                                 M AUS 792

Halperin, John und Janet Kunert. Plots and Characters in the Fiction of Jane Austen, the Brontës,
       and George Eliot. Hamden/CT: Archon Books, 1976.                                M AUS 805

Hardy, Barbara. A Reading of Jane Austen. London: Athlone Press, 1979.                M AUS 797

Hardy, John. Jane Austen's Heroines: Intimacy in Human Relationships. London: Routledge &
       Kegan Paul, 1984.                                                          M AUS 884

Heath, William, Hg. Discussions of Jane Austen. Boston: Heath, 1961.                  M AUS 652

Heydt-Stevenson, Jill. "Liberty, Connection and Tyranny: The Novels of Jane Austen and the
      Aesthetic Movement of the Picturesque." In: Thomas Pfau & Robert F. Gleckner (Hgg.).
      Lessons of Romanticism: A Critical Companion. Durham, London: Duke UP, 1998. Ordner

Hoeveler, Diane Long. “Historicizing Austen”. CLIO: A Journal of Literature, History, and the
      Philosophy of History 33.3 (2004): 305-14.                                      Ordner

Hothem, Thomas. "The Picturesque and the Production of Space: Suburban Ideology in Austen."
      European Romantic Review 13.1 (2002): 49-62.                                     Ordner

Jack, Ian. "The Epistolary Element in Jane Austen". English Studies Today 11 (1961): 173-186.
                                                                                           Z 137

Jehmlich, Reimer. Jane Austen. Darmstadt: Wissenschaftliche Buchgesellschaft, 1995.
                                                                                      M AUS 991

Jenkyns, Richard. A fine brush on ivory: an appreciation of Jane Austen. Oxford: Oxford UP, 2004.
                                                                                FH ang Da 2.26

Kirkham, Margaret. Jane Austen, Feminism and Fiction. Brighton, Sussex Harvester Press, 1983.
                                                                                   M AUS 871

Koppel, Gene. The Religious Dimension of Jane Austen's Novels. Ann Arbor: UMI, 1988.
                                                                                  M AUS 925

Kroeber, Karl. Styles in Fictional Structure: The Art of Jane Austen, Charlotte Brontë, George
      Eliot. Princeton/NJ: Princeton UP, 1971.                                            F NF 941

Kroll, Richard (ed.). Smollett to Austen. The English Novel 3. London: Longman, 1998.
                                                                              FH ang At 33.7 - 2
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Kuwahara, Kuldip Kaur. Jane Austen at Play: Self-Conciousness, Beginnings, Endings. New York,
     San Francisco u.a.: Peter Lang, 1993.                                         M AUS 973

Lambdin, Laura & Robert (eds.). A Companion to Jane Austen Studies. (bestellt)

Lane, Maggie. Jane Austen's England. London: Hale, 1989.                            M AUS 906

Lascelles, Mary. Jane Austen and Her Art. London: Oxford UP, 1968.                  M AUS 541

Laski, Margharita. Jane Austen and Her Work. London: Thames and Hudson, 1975.       M AUS 731

Lau, Beth. “Placing Jane Austen in the Romantic Period: Self and Solitude in
the Works of Austen and the Male Romantic Poets “.European Romantic Review 15 (2) (2004):
       255-67.                                                                    bestellt

Law, Dale. "Why Jane Austen." Silliman's Journal 38.1/2 (1997): 37-47.           UB: ZZ 51/ 309

Lee, Miae. "What Makes Us Read Jane Austen?" (bestellt)

Leeming, Glenda. Who's Who in Jane Austen and the Brontës. London: Elm Tree Books, 1974.
                                                                                M AUS 781

Lenta, Margaret. "Jane Austen's Feminism: An Original Response to Convention". Critical
       Quarlerly 23 (1981): 27-36.                                                         Z58

Lerner, Laurence. The Truthtellers: Jane Austen, George Eliot, D.H: Lawrence. London: Chatto &
       Windus, 1967.                                                               M AUS 711

Liddell, Robert. The Novels of Jane Austen. London: Allen Lane, 1974.               M AUS 673

Litz, A Walton. Jane Austen: A Study of her Artistic Development. New York: Oxford UP7 1965.
                                                                                   M AUS 693

Looser, Devoney, Hg. Jane Austen and Discourses of Feminism. Macmillan: Basingstoke u.a.,
       1998.                                                                     M AUS 992

Lynch, Deidre. Janeites: Austen's Disciples and Devotees. (bestellt)

Macdonald, Gina, Andrew Macdonald (eds.). Jane Austen on Screen. Cambridge: Cambridge UP,
     2003.

Maletzke, Elsemarie. Jane Austen. München: Dt. Taschenbuch Verlag, 1999. UB: FH ang Da 2.25

Marsh, Nicholas. Jane Austen: The Novels. New York, Basingstoke u.a.: 1998.
                                                                           UB: FH ang Da 2.24

McMaster, Juliet, Hg. Jane Austen's Achievement: Papers Delivered at the Jane Austen
     Bicentennial Conference at the University of Alberta. London: Macmillan, 1976.
                                                                                    M AUS 803
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McMaster, Juliet und Bruce Stovel (Hgg.). Jane Austen's Business: Her World and Her Profession.
     London u.a.: Macmillan Press, 1996.                                                Ordner


Mann, Renate. Jane Austen: Die Rhetorik der Moral. Bern: Herbert Lang, 1975.            M AUS 796

Mansell, Darrel. The Novels of Jane Austen: An Interpretation. London: Macmillan, 1973.
                                                                                    M AUS 772

Martin, Graham. "Austen and Class" Women's Writing 5.1 (1998): 131-144.                     Ordner

Miller, D.A. Jane Austen, or the Secret of Style. Princeton, NJ: Princeton UP, 2003.

Moler, Kenneth L. Jane Austen's Art of Allusion. Lincoln: Nebraska UP, 1977.           M AUS 724

Monaghan, David. Jane Austen: Structure and Social Vision. London: Macrnillan, 1980.
                                                                                  M AUS 841

Monaghan, David, Hg. Jane Austen in a Social Context. London: Macmillan, 1981.         M AUS 852

Morris, Ivor. Mr Collins Considered: Approaches to Jane Austen. London: Routledge & Kegan
       Paul, 1987.                                                                M AUS 913

Morris, Ivor. Jane Austen and the Interplay of Character. London: Athlone Press, 1999.
                                                                                    M AUS 1015

Mudrick, Marvin. Jane Austen: Irony as Defense and Discovery. Berkeley: U of California P, 1968.
                                                                                   M AUS 608

Nardin, Jane. Those Elegant Decorums: The Concept of Propriety in Jane Austen's Novels. Albany:
       State University of New York Press, 1973.                                   M AUS 775

Neill, Edward. The Politics of Jane Austen. (bestellt)

Nokes, David. Jane Austen. London: Fourth Estate, 1998.                                M AUS 1014

Noll-Wiemann, Renate. "Spiegelungen der Geschichte im Werk von Jane Austen." In: Ahrens,
      Rüdiger und Fritz-Wilhelm Neumann (Hgg.). Fiktion und Geschichte in der anglo-
      amerikanischen Literatur. Heidelberg: Carl Winter Universitätsverlag, 1998. F EH 1265

Odmark, John. An Understanding of Jane Austen's Novels: Character, Value and Ironic
     Perspective. Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 1981.                                  M AUS 851

Olsen, Kirstin. All Things Austen: An Encyclopedia of Austen’s World, Volume I: A-L, Volume II:
       M-Z. Westport, CT: Greenwood, 2005.

O'Neill, Judith, Hg. Critics on Jane Austen. Coral Gables/FL: University of Miami Press, 1970.
                                                                                      M AUS 745

Page, Norman. The Language of Jane Austen. Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 1972.              M AUS 763
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Paris, Bernard J. Character and Conflict in Jane Austen's Novels: A Psychological Approach.
        Detroit: Wayne State UP, 1978.                                               M AUS 822

Patteson, Richard F. "Truth, Certitude and Stability in Jane Austen's Fiction". Philological
       Quartertly 60 (1981): 455-469.                                                          Z 21

Person, Leland S. Jr. "Playing House: Jane Austen's Fabulous Space." Philological Quarlerly 59
       (1980): 62-75.                                                                        Z 21

Phillips, K.C. Jane Austen's English. London: Andre Deutsch, 1970.                      M AUS 741

Pidduck, Juliane. "Of Windows and Country Walks: Frames of Space and Movement in 1990s
      Austen Adaptations." Screen 39.4 (1998): 381-400.                             Ordner

Pilgrim, Constance. Dear Jane: A Biographical Study of Jane Austen. London: William Kimber,
       1971.                                                                       M AUS 753

Pinion, F.B. A Jane Austen Companion: A Critical Survey and Reference Book. London:
       Macmillan, 1973.                                                           M AUS 771

Pittock, Malcolm. “Jane Austen and Her Critics”. Cambridge Quarterly 32.3 (2003): 251-75.
                                                                             Online zugänglich

Rees, Joan. Jane Austen: Woman and Writer. New York: St Martin s Press, 1976.           M AUS 801

Rigberg, Lynn R. Jane Austen's Discourse with New Rhetoric. New York. Lang, 1999.
                                                                                M AUS 1031

Roberts, Warren. Jane Austen and the French Revolution. London: Macmillan, 1979. M AUS 832

Rohrbach, Emily. “Austen‟s Later Subjects”. Studies in English Literature 1500-1900 44.4 (2004):
      737-52.                                                                             Ordner

Ross, Josephine. Jane Austen: A Companion. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers UP, 2003.

Rowen, Norma. "Reinscribing Cinderella: Jane Austen and the Fairy Tale". Functions of the
     Fantastic: Selected Essays from the Thirteenth International Conference on the Fantastic in
     the Arts. Hg. Joe Sanders. Westport: Greenwood, 1995. 29-36.                         Ordner

Schrick, Annegret. Jane Austen und die weibliche Modellbiographie des I8. Jahrhunderts: Eine
       strukturelle und ideologiekritische Untersuchung zur Zentralfigur bei Jane Austen. Trier:
       Wissenschaftlicher Verlag, 1986.                                               M AUS 903

Sherry, Norman. Jane Austen. London: Evans, 1974.                                       M AUS 702

Shields, Carol. "Jane Austen's Images of the Body: No Fingers, No Toes". Persuasions 13 (1991):
       132-137.                                                                           Ordner

Simon, Irene. "Jane Austen and the Arts of the Novel". English Studies 43 (1962): 225-239.       Z8

Southam, B.C. Jane Austen. London: Longman, 1975.                                       M AUS 795
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Southam, B.C., Hg. Critical Essays on Jane Austen. London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1970.
                                                                                  M AUS 721

Southam, B.C., Hg. Jane Austen: The Critical Heritage. London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1968.
                                                                                  M AUS 723

Southam, B. C. "An Easy Step to Silence: Jane Austen and the Political Context." Women's
      Writing 5.1 (1998): 7-30.                                                          Ordner

Stedman, Gesa. “Austenizing Britain. Heritage Culture, Heritage Film and the Representation of
      „Englishness‟.” Hard Times 61, Herbst/Winter 1997: 10-16.                           Ordner

Stokes, Myra. The Language of Jane Austen. Houndmills: Macmillan, 1991.                M AUS 952

Tanner, Tony. Jane Austen. London: Macmillan, 1986.                                    M AUS 902

Tave, Stuart. Some Words of Jane Austen. Chicago: University of Chigaco Press, 1973.
                                                                                       M AUS 774

Trilling, Lionel. "Why We Read Jane Austen". Times Literary Supplement 5. März (1976): 250-
        252.                                                                               Z8

Tomalin, Claire. Jane Austen. New York: Vintage Books, 1999.                       M AUS 1015

Troost, Linda. (Ed.). Jane Austen in Hollywood. Lexington, KY: UP of Kentucky, 2001.
                                                                                   Q FE 98-2

Tuite, Clara. Romantic Austen: Sexual Politics and the Literary Canon. Cambridge: Cambridge UP,
2002.                                                                                    Ordner

Stovel, Bruce. "Jane Austen and the Pleasure Principle" (bestellt)

Vipont, Elfrida. A Little Bit of Ivory: A Life of Jane Austen. London: Harnish Hamilton, 1977.
                                                                                       M AUS 811

Waldron, Mary. Jane Austen and the Fiction of Her Time. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1999.
                                                                               M AUS 1091

Wall, Cynthia. "Gendering Rooms: Domestic Architecture and Literary Acts". Eighteenth Century
       Fiction 5.4 (1993): 349-372.                                                     Ordner

Warner, Sylvia Townsend. Jane Austen. London: Longamns, 1961.                          M AUS 601

Watt, Ian, Hg. Jane Austen: A Collection of Critical Essays. Englewood Cliffs/NJ: Prentice Hall,
       1963.                                                                          M AUS 671

Weinsheimer, Joel. Hg. Jane Austen Today. Athen: University of Georgia Press, 1975. M AUS 798

Wheeler, David. “Jane Austen and the Discourse of Poverty”. Eighteenth-Century Novel 3 (2003):
      243-62.                                                                       bestellt
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Wiesenfarth, Joseph. The Errand of Form: An Essay of Jane Austen's Art. New York: Fordham UP,
      1967.                                                                        M AUS 712

Williams, Thomas. “Moral Vice, Cognitive Virtue: Austen on Jealousy and Envy”. Philosophy and
       Literature 27.1 (2003): 223-30.                                      online zugänglich

Wolfe, Jesse. "Jane Austen and the Sin of Pride." Renascence: Essays on Values in Literature 51.2
       (1999): 111-131.                                                           UB: ZZ 80/225



3. Darstellungen zu den einzelnen Werken

3.1 Northanger Abbey

Anderson, Walter E. "From Northanger to Woodston: Catherine's Education to Common Life".
      Philological Quarterly 63.4 (1984): 493-509.                                       Z21


Bizzaro, Patrick. "Global and Contextual Humor in Northanger Abbey". Persuasions: The Journal
       of the Jane Austen Society of North America Dec 7 (1985): 82-88.                 Ordner

Boles, Carolyn G. "Jane Austen and the Reader: Rhetorical Techniques in Northanger Abbey, Pride
       and Prejudice, and Emma". Emporia State Research Studies 30.1 (1981): 152-167. Ordner

Cantrell, Dean. "Yes, There is a Petty France". Persuasions: Journal of the Jane Austen Society of
       North America Dec 16,9 (1987): 13-17.                                                Ordner

Gilbert, Sandra, Susan Gubar. “Jane Austen‟s Cover Story (and Its Secret Agents)”. In: Lentricchia,
       Frank, Andrew Dubois (eds.). Close Reading: The Reader. Durham, NC: Duke UP, 2003.

Graham, Kenneth W. “Beckford, Godwin, Austen, and the Divisive 1790s”. Persuasions: Journal
      of the Jane Austen Society of North America 24 (2002): 33-46.               Ordner

Grundy, Isobel. „Why Do They Talk So Much? How Can We Stand It? John Thorpe and Miss
      Bates”. In: Stovel, Bruce, Lynn Weinlos (eds.). The Talk in Jane Austen. Edmonton, AB:U
      of Alberta P, 2002. 41-56.                                                     Ordner

Kroeber, Karl. “Jane Austen‟s Northanger Abbey: Self-Reflexive Satire and Biopoetics”. In: Jones,
      Steven E. (ed.). The Satiric Eye: Forms of Satire in the Romantic Period. New York:
      Palgrave Macmillan, 2003.                                                      Ordner

Lamont, Claire. “Jane Austen and the Old”. Review of English Studies: The Leading Journal of
     English Literature and the English Language 54 (217) (2003): 661-74.                    Z7

Looser, Devoney. "(Re)Making History and Philosophy: Austen's Northanger Abbey". European
       Romantic Review 4.1 (1993): 34-56.                                             Ordner

Loveridge, Mark. "Northanger Abbey: Or, Nature and Philosophy". Nineteenth Century Literature
       (1991): 56.1: 1-29.                                                          ZZ 69/400
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Malina, Debra. "Rereading the Patriarchal Text: The Female Quixote, Northanger Abbey, and the
      Trace of the Absent Mother". Eighteenth Century Fiction 8.2 (1996): 271-92.       Ordner

Mekler, L.Adam. “Recovering the Absent Mother in Jane Austen and Mary Shelley”.
      CEAMagazine: A Journal of the College English Association, Middle Atlantic Group 15
      (2002): 24-36.                                                               bestellt

Miller, Christopher R. “Jane Austen‟s Aesthetics and Ethics of Surprise”. Narrative 13.3 (2005):
        238-60.                                                           online zugänglich

Neill, Natalie. “‟The Trash with Which the Press Now Groans‟: Northanger Abbey and the Gothic
        Best Sellers of the 1970s”. Eighteenth-Century Novel 4 (2004): 163-92.      bestellt

Paulson, Ronald. "Gothic Fiction and the French Revolution". ELH 48.3 (1981): 532-554.        Z52

Pittock, Joan. "The Novelist in Search of a Fiction: Northanger Abbey". Etudes Anglaises: Grande
       Bretagne 40.2 (1987): 142-153.                                                         Z9


Smith, Amy Elizabeth. "'Julias and Louisas': Austen's Northanger Abbey and the Sentimental
       Novel". English Language Notes 30.1 (1992): 33-42.
                                                                                       Z 10

Thomson, Douglass H., Frederick S. Frank. “Jane Austen and the Northanger Novelists (Lawrence
     Flammenberg [Karl Friedrich Kahlert], Carl Grosse, Francis Lathom, Eliza Parsons,
     Regina Maria Roche, and Eleanor Sleath).” In: Thomson, Douglass H et al. (eds.). Gothic
     Writers: A Critical and Bibliographical Guide. Westport, Ct: Greenwood, 2002. 33-47.


Wallace, Tara Ghoshal. "Northanger Abbey and the Limits of Parody". Studies in the Novel 20.3
      (1988): 262-273.                                                                 ZZ 78/37

Williams, Michael. "Northanger Abbey: Some Problems of Engagement". Unisa English Studies:
       Journal of the Department of English 25.2 (1987): 8-17.                      Ordner

Wolpers, Theodor. "Schrecken und Vernunft: Die romanlesende Heldin in Jane Austens
      Northanger Abbey, Bericht über Kolloquien der Kommission für literaturwissenschaftliche
      Motiv- und Themenforschung, 1983-1985." Gelebte Literatur in der Literatur. Hg. Theodor
      Wolpers. Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 1986.168-184.
                                                                  FB Germanistik P 9 97.75


3.2 Pride and Prejudice

Allen, Dennis W. "No Love for Lydia: The Fate of Desire in Pride and Prejudice". Texas Studies in
       Literature and Language 27:4 (1985): 425-443.                                 ZZ 71/250

Altomari, Lisa. "Jane Austen and Her Outdoors". Persuasions: Journal of the Jane Austen Society
      of North America Dec 16,12 (1990): 50-53.                                          Ordner
                                                                                                 12


Belton, Ellen. “Reimagining Jane Austen: The 1940 and 1995 Film Version of Pride and
       Prejudice”. In: Macdonald, Gina, Andrew Macdonald (eds.). Jane Austen on Screen.
       Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2003, 175-96.                                       Ordner

Bevan, C. Knatchbull. "The Rhetoric of Syntax in Pride and Prejudice". Language and Style: An
       International Journal 20.4 (1987): 396-410.                                  ZZ 72/418

Boles, Carolyn G. "Jane Austen and the Reader: Rhetorical Techniques in Northanger Abbey, Pride
       and Prejudice, and Emma". Emporia State Research Studies 30.1 (1981): 152-167. Ordner

Bonaparte, Felicia. “Conjecturing Possibilities: Reading and Misreading Texts in Jane Austen‟s
      Pride and Prejudice”. Studies in the Novel 37 (2) (2005): 141-61.                    Ordner

Brownstein, Rachel M. "Jane Austen: Irony and Authority". Women's Studies: An Interdisciplinary
      Journal 15.1-3 (1988): 57-70.                                                      Ordner

Carr, Jean Ferguson. "The Polemics of Incomprehension: Mother and Daughter in Pride and
        Prejudice". Tradition and the Talents of Women. Hg. Florence Howe. Urbana: University of
        Illinois Press7 1991.                                                       F EF 1186

Glage, Liselotte. Jane Austen: Pride and Prejudice. München: Fink, 1984.             M AUS 881


Goetsch, Paul. „Laughter in Pride and Prejudice“. In: Baker, William, Ira.B.Nadel (eds.).
      Redefining the Modern: Essays on Literature and Society in Honor of Joseph Wiesenfarth.
      Madison, NJ & London: Fairleigh Dickinson UP, 2004. 29-43.                          Ordner

Goodwin, Sarah Webster. "Knowing Better: Feminism and Utopia Discourse in Pride and
     Prejudice, Vilette, and 'Babette's Feast'". Feminism, Utopia, and Narrative. H. Libby Falk
     Jones. Knoxville: The University of Tennessee Press, 1990. 1-20.                     Ordner

Harris, R. Allen. "Social Definition in Pride and Prejudice: An Exercise in Extensional Semantics".
        English Studies in Canada 17:2 (1991): 163-176.                                    Ordner

Heldman, James. "How Wealthy is Mr Darcy - Really? Pounds and Dollars in the World of Pride
      and Prejudice". Persuasions: Journal of the Jane Austen Society of North America Dec
      16,12 (1990): 38-49.                                                             Ordner

Hopkins, Lisa. “Jane Austen and Bess of Hardwick”. Notes and Queries 51 (249/2) (2004): 134.
                                                                                    FH ang Z

Jackson, H.J. “What Was Mr. Bennett Doing in His Library, and What Does It Matter?”. In: Ferris,
       Ina (ed.). Romantic Libraries. College Park, MD: U of Maryland P, 2004: no pagination.
                                                                                     Ordner

Kelly, Gary. "The Art of Reading in Pride and Prejudice". English Studies in Canada 10:2 (1984):
       156-171.                                                                           Ordner

Klein, Herbert G. "An Early Occurrence of the Expression to Have Anger". Notes and Queries 32.3
       (1985): 336-337.                                                                   Z 90
                                                                                                  13


Knuth, Deborah J. "Sisterhood and Friendship in Pride and Prejudice: Need Happiness Be 'Entirely
       a Matter of Chance'?". Persuasions: Journal of the Jane Austen Society of North America
       Dec 16,11 (1989): 99-109.                                                          Ordner

Kubitschek, Missy Dehn. “Truths Universally Acknowledged: Stereotypes of Women in Jane
       Austen‟s Pride and Prejudice”. In: Fisher, Jerilyn et al (eds.). Women in Literature: Reading
       Through the Lens of Gender. Westport, CT: Greenwood, 2003. 237-39.

Lacour, Claudia Brodsky. "Austen's Pride and Prejudice and Hegel's 'Truth in Art': Concept,
       Reference, and History." ELH 59.3 (1992): 597-623.                                       Z52

Langland, Elizabeth. "A Feminist and Formalist Approach to Close Reading". Approaches to
      Teaching Austen's Pride and Prejudice. Hg. Marcia McLintock Folsom. New York: Mod.
      Lang. Ass. of America, 1993. 140-147.                                            Ordner

Litvak, Joseph. "Delicacy and Disgust, Mourning and Melancholia, Privilege and Perversity: Pride
       and Prejudice". Qui Parle 6:1 (1992): 35-51.                                       Ordner

Macpherson, Sandra. “Rent to Own; or, What‟s Entailed in Pride and Prejudice”. Representations
     82 (2003): 1-23.                                                                Ordner

McAleer, John. "The Comedy of Social Distinction in Pride and Prejudice". Persuasions: Journal
     of the Jane Austen Society of North America Dec 16,11 (1989): 70-76                 Ordner

Michaelson, Patricia Howell. "Reading Pride and Prejudice". Eighteenth Century Fiction 3:1
      (10/1990): 65-76.                                                                   Ordner

Moler, Kenneth L. "The Olive Branch Metaphor in Pride and Prejudice". Notes and Queries 30.3
       (1983): 214.                                                                       Z90

Morris, Ivor. “Elizabeth and Mr. Bennet”. Persuasions: The Jane Austen Journal On-Line 25(1)
       (2004): no pagination.                                                 Online zugänglich

Moses, Carole. “Jane Austen and Elizabeth Bennet: The Limits of Irony”. Persuasions: Journal of
      the Jane Austen Society of North America 25 (2003): 155-64.                    Ordner

Myer, Valerie Grosvenor. "Jane Austen and 'The Soul of a Prostitute'". Notes and Queries 35.3
      (1988): 305.                                                                            Z90

Neill, Edward. “‟Found Wanting‟? Second Impressions of a Famous First Sentence”. Persuasions:
        Journal of the Jane Austen Society of North America 25 (2003): 76-84.      Ordner

Neumann, Anne Waldron. "Characterization and Comment in Pride and Prejudice: Free Indirect
     Discourse and 'Double-Voiced' Verbs of Speaking, Thinking and Feeling". Style 20.3
     (1986): 364-394.                                                                   Ordner

Newman, Karen. "Can This Marriage Be Saved: Jane Austen Makes Sense of an Ending". ELH
     50.4 (1983): 693-710.                                                             Z52

Parker, Jo Alyson. "Pride and Prejudice: Jane Austen's Double Inheritance Plot". REAL: The
       Yearbook of Research in English and American Literature 7 (1990): 159- 190.               Z6
                                                                                                 14




Phelan, James. "Character, Progression, and the Mimetic-Didactic Distinction". Modern Philology:
       A Journal Devoted to Research in Medieval and Modern Literature 84.3 (1987): 282-299.
                                                                                      ZZ 61/295

Regaignon, Dara Rossman. “Pemberley vs. the Purple Jar: Prudence, Pleasure, and Narrative
      Strategy”. Women’s Writing 11(3) (2004): 439-61.                        online zugänglich

Schneider, Matthew. "Card-Playing and the Marriage Gamble in Pride and Prejudice". Dalhousie
      Review 73.1 (1993): 5-17.                                                     ZZ 84/148

Smith, Muriel. ”Jane Austen, Pemberley, and Chatsworth“. Notes and Queries 52: 250/4 (2005):
       451.                                                                         FH ang Z

Stovel, Bruce. "'A Contrariety of Emotion': Jane Austen's Ambivalent Lovers in Pride and
        Prejudice". International Fiction Review 14:1 (1987): 27-33.                     Ordner

Tempska, Urszula. "The Spatial Aspects of Five Chosen Novels by Jane Austen and Charlotte and
     Emily Brontë: A Comparative Study of Pride and Prejudice, Mansfield Park, Jane Eyre,
     Villette, Wuthering Heights". Studia Anglia Posnaniensia: An International Review of
     English Studies 20 (1987): 197-212.                                                Z 139


Wiesenfarth, Joseph. "The Case of Pride and Prejudice". Studies in the Novel 16.3 (1984): 261-
      273.                                                                            ZZ 78/37

---. "The Revolution of Civility in Pride and Prejudice". Persuasions, 16.12.1994. 107-114.
                                                                                        Ordner

Wilson, Jennifer Preston. “‟One Has Got All the Goodness, and the Other All the Appearance of
      It‟: The Development of Darcy in Pride and Prejudice”. Persuasions: The Jane Austen
      Journal On-Line 25(1) (2004): no pagination.                             Online zugänglich

Woloch, Alex. The One vs. the Many: Minor Characters and the Space of the Protagonist in the
      Novel. Princeton, NJ: Princeton UP, 2003.                                    Ordner

Zelicovici, Dvora. "Reversal in Pride and Prejudice". Studies in the Humanities 12.2 (1985): 106-
       114.                                                                             Ordner


3.3 Emma

Azerêdo, Genilda. “From Page to Screen: Images of Englishness in Emma”. Estudos Anglo-
      Americanos 27-28 (2003/2004): 81-89.

Booth, Wayne C. "Emma, Emma, and the Question of Feminism". Persuasions: Journal of the Jane
       Austen Society of North America Dec, 5 (1983): 29-40.                         Ordner

Brodie, Laura Fairchild. "Jane Austen and the Common Reader: 'Opinions of Mansfield Park',
       'Opinions of Emma', and the Janeite Phenomenon." Texas Studies in Literature and
       Language 37:1 (1995): 54-71.                                                  ZZ 71/250
                                                                                                    15




Byrne, Sandie. “Jane Austen‟s Emma”. In: Parini, Jay (ed.). British Writers: Classics, Vol.I. New
York: Scribner‟s, 2003.

Cronin, Richard, Dorothy McMillan. “Emma, Harriet Martin, and Parlour Boarders”. Notes and
       Queries 52 (250/1) (2005): 19-22.                                           FH ang Z

Crosby, Christina. "Facing the Charms of Emma". New Orleans Review 16.1 (1989): 88-97.
                                                                                           Ordner

Davies, J.M.Q. "Emma as a Charade and the Education of the Reader". Philological Quarterly 65.2
       (1986): 231-242.                                                                     Z21


Devereux, Cecily. "'Much, much beyond Impropriety': Ludic Subversions and the Limitations of
      Decorum in Emma". Modern Language Studies 25:4 (1995): 37-65.                     Ordner

Duckworth, William. “Reading Emma: Comic Irony, the Follies of Janeites, and Hermeneutic
     Mastery”. The Jane Austen Journal On-Line 24.1 (2003): no pagination.
                                                                             Online zugänglich

Ferguson, Frances. "Jane Austen, Emma, and the Impact of Form." Modern Language Quarterly
      61.1 (2000): 157-80.                                                    UB: FH lit Z

Flavin, Louise. "Free Indirect Discourse and the Clever Heroine of Emma". Persuasions: Journal
        of the Jane Austen Society of North America Dec 16,13 (1991): 50-57.              Ordner

Fleishman, Avron. "Two Faces of Emma". Women and Literature 3 (1983): 248-256.              Ordner

Fletcher, Loraine. "Emma: The Shadow Novelist". Critical Survey 4.1 (1992): 36-44.             Z59

Fried, Cathy. " Some Notes on the 'Parish Business' in Emma". Persuasions: Journal of the Jane
        Austen Society of North America Dec 1,17 (1979): 24.                              Ordner

Folsom, Marcia McClintock. Approaches to Teaching Austen’s Emma. New York: MLA, 2004.


Gibbon, Frank. "Jane Austen and a Bleached Stain: The Case of Lady Bolton". Notes and Queries
      30.3 (1983): 217.                                                                    Z90

Gilbert, Sandra, Susan Gubar. “Jane Austen‟s Cover Story (and Its Secret Agents)”. In: Lentricchia,
       Frank, Andrew Dubois (eds.). Close Reading: The Reader. Durham, NC: Duke UP, 2003.

Graham, Kenneth W. “Beckford, Godwin, Austen, and the Divisive 1790s”. Persuasions: Journal
      of the Jane Austen Society of North America 24 (2002): 33-46.               Ordner

Gross, Gloria, Sybil. "Jane Austen and the Psychological Realism: 'What Does a Woman Want?'".
       Reading and Writing Women's Lives: A Study of the Novel of Manners. Hg. K. Bege Bowers
       und Barbara Brothers. Ann Arbor: Univ. Microfilms Internat. Research Press, 1990. 19-33.
                                                                                          Ordner
                                                                                               16


Grossmann, Jonathan L. "The Labour of the Leisured in Emma: Class, Manners and Austen."
      Nineteenth Century Literature 54.2 (1999): 143-64.                                Z 93

Grundy, Isobel. „Why Do They Talk So Much? How Can We Stand It? John Thorpe and Miss
      Bates”. In: Stovel, Bruce, Lynn Weinlos (eds.). The Talk in Jane Austen. Edmonton, AB:U
      of Alberta P, 2002. 41-56.                                                        Ordner

Gunn, Daniel P. “Free Indirect Discourse and Narrative Authority in Emma”. Narrative 12.1
      (2004): 35-54.                                                                     Ordner

Havely, Cicely Palser. "Emma: Portrait of the Artist as a Young Woman". English: The Journal of
      the English Association 42.174 (1993): 221-237.                                    Ordner

Holly, Grant. "Emmagrammatology". Studies in Eighteenth Century Culture 19 (1989): 39-51.
                                                                                       Ordner


Kramp, Michael. “The Woman, the Gypsies, and England: Harriet Smith‟s National Role”. College
      Literature 31(1) (2004): 147-68.                                                Ordner

LeClair, Annette. "Owning her Work. Austen, The Artist and the Audience in Emma". Persuasions.
       Journal of the Jane Austen Society 21 (1999): 115-127.                          Ordner


Lee, David. "Modality, Perspective and the Concept of Objective Narration". Journal of Literary
       Semantics 11.2 (1982): 104-111.                                                        Z19

Lee, Marti. “Aristos or Aristocracy? Alliances in Emma”. Persuasions: The Jane Austen Journal
      On-Line 25.1 (2004): no pagination.                                     Online zugänglich

Lenta, Margaret. "Jane Fairfax and Jane Eyre: Educating Women". ARIEL: A Review of
       International English Literature 12.4 (1981): 27-41.                             ZZ 80/25

Litvak, Joseph. "Reading Characters: Self, Society, and Text in Emma". PMLA: Publications of the
       Modern Language Association of America 100.5 (1985): 763-773.                        Z22


McAleer, John. "What a Biographer Can Learn about Jane Austen from Emma". Persuasions:
     Journal of the Jane Austen Society of North America Dec 16,13 (1991): 69-81.    Ordner

McMaster, Juliet. "The Children in Emma". Persuasions: Journal of the Jane Austen Society of
     North America Dec 16,14 (1992): 62-67.                                            (bestellt)

McMaster, Juliet. "The Secret Languages of Emma". Persuasions: Journal of the Jane Austen
     Society of North America Dec 16,13 (1991): 119-131.                               Ordner

Marie, Beatrice. "Emma and the Democracy of Desire". Studies in the Novel 17.1 (1985): 1-13.
                                                                                       ZZ 78/37

Meyersohn, Marylea. "Jane Austen's Garrulous Speakers: Social Criticism in Sense and Sensibility,
      Emma, and Persuasion". Reading and Writing Women's Lives: A Study of the Novel of
                                                                                                17


       Manners. Hg. K. Bege Bowers und Barbara Brothers. Ann Arbor: Univ. Microfilms
       Internat. Research Press, 1990. 35-48.                                        Ordner


Moore, Barbara. “Imagining the Real: The Development of Moral Imagination in Emma”.
      Persuasions: Journal of the Jane Austen Society of North America25 (2003): 233-38.
                                                                                    Ordner

Neill, Edward. "Between Deference and Destruction: 'Situations' of Recent Critical Theory and
        Jane Austen's Emma". Critical Quarterly 29.3 (1987): 39-54.                           Z58

Parker, Mark. "The End of Emma: Drawing the Boundaries of Class in Austen". Journal of English
       and Germanic Philology 91.3 (1992): 344-359.                                        Z17

Perry, Ruth. "Interrupted Friendships in Jane Austen's Emma". Tulsa Studies in Women's Literature
       5.2 (1986): 185-202.                                                                Ordner

Poovey, Mary. "The True English Style". Persuasions: Journal of the Jane Austen Society of North
      America Dec, 5 (1983): 48-51.                                                      Ordner

Preus, Mcholas E. "Sexuality in Emma: A Case History". Studies in the Novel 23.2 (1991): 196-
       216.                                                                            ZZ 78l37

Restuccia, Frances L. "A Black Morning: Kristevan Melancholia in Jane Austen's Emma".
       American Imago: Studies in Psychoanalysis and Culture 51:4 (1994), 447-469.
                                                       Psychosomatik; Ludwigstr. 76, Parterre

Rogers, Susan. “Emma at Box Hill: A Very Questionable Day of Pleasure”. Persuasions: The Jane
       Austen Journal On-Line 25.1 (2004), no pagination.                   Online zugänglich

Rosmarin, Adena. "'Misreading' Emma: The Powers and Perfidies of Interpretative History". ELH
      51.2 (l984): 315-342.                                                               Z 52

Rudermann, Anne. "Moral Education in Jane Austen's Emma". Joseph M. Knippenberg and Peter
      A. Lawler (ed.). Poets, Princes and Private Citizens: Literary Alternatives to Postmodern
      Politics. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, 1996, S. 271-287.                         Ordner

Tobin, Beth Fowkes. "The Moral and Political Economy of Property in Jane Austen's Emma".
       Eighteenth Century Fiction 2.3 (1990): 229-254.                                 Ordner

Tobin, Mary Elizabeth Fowkes. "Aiding Impoverished Gentlewomen: Power and Class in Emma".
       Criticism: A Quarterly for Literature and the Arts 30.4 (1988): 413-430.   ZZ 71/l52

Tumbleson, Ray. "'It is like a woman's writing': The Alternative Epistolary Novel in Emma".
      Persuasions: Journal of the Jane Austen Society of North America 14 (1992): 141-143.
                                                                                            Ordner

Weinsheimer, Joel. "Emma and its Critics: The Value of Tact". Women and Literature 3
      (1983):257-272.                                                                      Ordner
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Wilkes, G.A. "Unconscious Motives in Jane Austen's Emma". Sydney Studies in English 13 (1987):
      74-84.                                                                            Ordner

Wiltshire, John. "The World of Emma". The Critical Review 27 (1985): 84-97.               Ordner


3.4 Persuasion

Astell, Ann W. "Anne Elliot's Education: The Learning of Romance in Persuasion". Renascene:
        Essays on Value in Literature 40.1 (1987): 2-14.                            ZZ 801225


Blackwell, Bonnie. “A Slender Girl and a Thin Plot: Starvation and Spectacle in Persuasion”.
      Literature Interpretation Theory 15.2 (2004): 153-180.                           Ordner

Brown, Julia Prewitt. "Private and Public in Persuasion". Persuasions: Journal of the Jane Austen
      Society of North America Dec, 15 (1993): 131-138.                                    Ordner

Cerny, Lothar. "Das gute Ende des Romans: Jane Austens Persuasion". Anglia: Zeitschrift für
       Englische Philologie 102.1 (1984): 80-100.                                           Z1

Copeland, Edward. "Persuasion: The Jane Austen Consumer s Guide". Persuasions: Journal of the
      Jane Austen Society of North America Dec, 15 (1993): 111-123.                 Ordner

Cyr, Marc. “Bad Morality, Truth, and Mrs. Smith in Persuasion”. Eighteenth-Century Novel 4
      (2004): 193-216.                                                              bestellt

Fiedler, Elizabeth. “A Devoted Reticence: The Art of Telling and Not Telling in Jane Austen‟s
        Persuasion”. Persuasions: The Jane Austen Journal 26 (2004): 159-69.           Ordner

Fitzgerald, Jennifer. "Jane Austen's Persuasion and the French Revolution". Persuasions: Journal
       of the Jane Austen Society of North America Dec, 16,10 (1988): 39-43.               Ordner

Ford, Susan Allen. “Learning Romance from Scott and Byron: Jane Austen‟s Natural Sequel”.
       Persuasions: The Jane Austen Journal 26 (2004): 72-88.                      Ordner


Graham, Peter W. “Why Lyme Regis?”. Persuasions: The Jane Austen Journal 26 (2004): 27-40.
                                                                                 Ordner

Grant, John L. "Shows of Mourning in the Text of Jane Austen's Persuasion". Modern Philology: A
       Journal Devoted to Research in Medieval and Modern Literature 80.3 (1983): 283-286.
                                                                                    ZZ 61/295

Groves, David. "Knowing One's Species Better: Social Satire in Persuasion". Persuasion: Journal
      of the Jane Austen Society of North America Dec 6 (1984): 13-15.                    Ordner

Gunn, Daniel P. "In the Vicinity of Winthrop: Ideological Rhetoric in Persuasion". Nineteenth
      Century Literature 41.4 (1987): 403-418.                                         ZZ 69/400
                                                                                                19


Hall, Tina. "Persuasive Pairs". Persuasions: Journal of the Jane Austen Society of North America
       Dec,15 (1993): 42-43.                                                               Ordner

Hufstader, Alice. "Family Patterns in Persuasion". Persuasions: Journal of the Jane Austen Society
       of North America Dec, 6 (1984): 21-23.                                             Ordner

Johnson, Judy Van Sickle. "The Bodily Frame: Learning Romance in Persuasion". Nineteenth
      Century Literature 38.1 (1983): 43-61.                                      ZZ 69/400

Jones, Susan E. “Thread-Cases, Pin-Cushions, and Card-Racks: Women's Work in the
       City in Jane Austen's Persuasion”. Persuasions: The Jane Austen Journal On-Line 25.1
       (2004): no pagination.                                                 Online zugänglich

Kaplan, Laurie. Sir Walter Elliot‟s Looking-Glasses, Mary Musgrove‟s Sofa, and Anne Elliot‟s
      Chair: Exteriority/Interiority, Intimacy/Society”. Persuasions: The Jane Austen Journal On-
      Line 25.1 (2004): no pagination.                                          Online zugänglich

Kenney, Theresa. “‟As She Was Not Really Mrs. Croft‟: Playing the Admiral‟s Wife in Bath”.
      Persuasions: The Jane Austen Journal 26 (2004): 51-61.                        Ordner

Macomber, Leonore. “A New View of Austen‟s Persuasion”. Persuasions: The Jane Austen
     Journal On-Line 24.1 (2003): no pagination.                          Online zugänglich

Orange, Michael. "Aspects of Narration in Persuasion". Sydney Studies in English 15 {1989): 63-
      71.                                                                                Ordner

Pikoulis, John. “Reading and Writing in Persuasion”. Modern Language Review 100(1) (2005):20-
       36.                                                                        Z 23

Pinch, Adela. "Lost in a Book: Jane Austen's Persuasion". Studies in Romanticism Spring (1993)
       32:1. 97-117.                                                                      Ordner

Poovey, Maly. "Persuasion and the Promises of Love". The Representation of Women in
      Literature. Hg. Carolyn G. Heilbrun und Margaret R. Higonnet. Baltiomore: Johns Hopkins
      UP, 1983. 152-179.                                                           F QF 1092

Regis, Pamela. “‟Her Happiness Was from Within‟: Courtship and the Interior World in
       Persuasion”. Persuasions: The Jane Austen Journal 26 (2004): 62-71.

Rouff, Gene W. "The Triumph of Persuasion: Jane Austen and the Creation of Woman" .
       Persuasions: Journal of the Jane Austen Society of North America Dec, 16 (1984): 54 61.
                                                                                          Ordner

Simons, Judy, Hg. Mansfield Park and Persuasion. New York: St. Martin's, 1997.      M AUS 1101


Sturrock, June. “Dandies, Beauties, and the Issue of Good Looks in Persuasion”. Persuasions: The
       Jane Austen Journal 26 (2004): 41-50.                                          Ordner

Taylor, Roselle. "Point of View and Estrangement in Persuasion". Publications of the Arkansas
       Philological Association 15 (1989): 97-108.                                        Ordner
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Thomas, Keith G. "Jane Austen and the Romantic Lyric: Persuasion and Coleridge's
     Conversational Poems". ELH 54.4 (1987): 893-924.                                       Z52

Walzer, Arthur E. "Rhetoric and Gender in Jane Austen's Persuasion". College English 57:6 (Sept.
      1995). 688-707.                                                                      Z328

Warhol, Robyn. "The Look, the Body, and the Heroine of Persuasion". Ambiguous Discourse:
      Feminist Narratology & British Women Writers. Hg. Kathy Mezei. Cahpel Hill: Uni of
      North Carolina, 1996. 21-39.                                                F EF 1272

Wells, Juliette. “‟In Music She Had Always Used to Feel Alone in the World‟: Jane Austen,
       Solitude, and the Artistic Woman”. Persuasions: The Jane Austen Journal 26 (2004): 98-
       110.                                                                          Ordner

Wilkes, Joanne. "'Song of the Dying Swan?': The Nineteenth Century Response to Persuasion."
      Studies in the Novel Spring (1996) 28:1. 38-56.                                   Ordner

Wilson, Cheryl A. “Dance, Physicality, and Social Mobility in Jane Austen‟s Persuasion”.
      Persuasions: Journal of the Jane Austen Society of North America 25 (2003): 55-75.

Young, Kay. “Feeling Embodied: Consciousness, Persuasion, and Jane Austen”. Narrative 11.1
      (2003): 78-92.                                                        online zugänglich