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A Companion to Jane Austen Studies
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Sense and Sensibility: A Convergence of Readers/Viewers/Browsers A Critical History of Sense and Sensibility The Oppositional Reader and Pride and Prejudice Pride and Prejudice: Jane Austen and Her Readers Fanny Price's "Customary" Subjectivity: Rereading the Individual in Mansfield Park The Critical History of Mansfield Park Lampoon and Lampoonability: Emma and the Riddle of Popularity "And Very Good Lists They Were": Select Critical Readings of Jane Austen's Emma Rereading Jane Austen: Dialogic Feminism in Northanger Abbey Austen's Northanger Abbey: A Bibliographic Study Persuasion's Box of Contradictions Degrees of Maturity: The Bibliographic History of Jane Austen's Persuasion The Juvenalia: Energy versus Sympathy Child's Play: A Short Publication and Critical History of Jane Austen's Juvenalia Tender Toes, Bow-wows, Meow-meows, and the Devil: Jane Austen and the Nature of Evil Lady Susan: A Bibliographical Essay On the Virtues of Stout Half-Boots, Speculation and a Little Fresh Hair Powder: A Political, yet Jovial, Reading of Jane Austen's The Watsons The Watsons: Critical Interpretations Jane Austen's Sanditon Jane Austen's Letters in the 19th Century: The Politics of Nostalgia Humor and Wit in Jane Austen's Poems and Charades Jane Austen's Prayers: Deism Becoming Theism Bibliography Index

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LAURA COONER LAMBDIN teaches Professional Communications in the University of South Moore School of Business. She has published on Malory, Chaucer, and various Victorian poets, in such journals as Philological Quarterly and Arthurian Interpretations. With Robert T. Lambdin, she has coauthored Camelot in the Nineteenth Century (1999) and coedited Chaucer's Pilgrims (1996) and the Encyclopedia of Medieval Literature (2000), all available from Greenwood Press.ROBERT THOMAS LAMBDIN is Assistant Professor of English in the College Applied Professions at the University of South Carolina. With Laura C. Lambdin, he has coauthored Camelot in the Nineteenth Century (1999) and coedited Chaucer's Pilgrims (1996) and the Encyclopedia of Medieval Literature (2000), all available from Greenwood Press.

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"[A] Companion to Jane Austen Studies, edited by Laura Cooper Lambdin and Robert Thomas Lambdin, distinguishes itself from other such collections through its detailed attention to Austen's critical reception(there are seperate essays for each of the novels, as well as the juvenilia and unfinished work)as well as to such Austeniana as the poems, charades, and prayers."-Studies in English Literature. 1500-1900
" A Companion to Jane Austen Studies, edited by Laura Cooper Lambdin and Robert Thomas Lambdin, distinguishes itself from other such collections through its detailed attention to Austen's critical reception(there are seperate essays for each of the novels, as well as the juvenilia and unfinished work)as well as to such Austeniana as the poems, charades, and prayers."-Studies in English Literature. 1500-1900
?[A] Companion to Jane Austen Studies, edited by Laura Cooper Lambdin and Robert Thomas Lambdin, distinguishes itself from other such collections through its detailed attention to Austen's critical reception(there are seperate essays for each of the novels, as well as the juvenilia and unfinished work)as well as to such Austeniana as the poems, charades, and prayers.?-Studies in English Literature. 1500-1900

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