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Articles from Persuasions: The Jane Austen Journal (January 1, 2001)

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"Every savage can dance": choreographing courtship. (Conference Papers). Stovel, Nora Foster 8825
"He to defend: I to punish"; silence and the duel in Sense and Sensibility. (Conference Papers). Brewton, Vince 4856
"Hurrying into the Shrubbery": the sublime, transcendence, and the garden scene in Emma. (The Country and the City). MacWilliams, David C. 2046
"I burn with contempt for my foes": Jane Austen's music collections and women's lives in regency England. (Conference Papers). Sandock, Mollie 3978
"I prefer walking": Jane Austen and "the pleasantest part of the day". (The Country and the City). Palmer, Sally 4928
"What part of Bath do you think they will settle in?": Jane Austen's use of Bath in Persuasion. (The Country and the City). Parker, Keiko 4527
'What's in a name? Jane Austen's Persuasion and the puzzle of poor Richard. (Miscellany). Kosmetatou, Elizabeth 1497
Arrows (and arrowroot) in Jane Austen's Emma. (Miscellany). Hale, John K. Brief Article 1078
Editor's Note. Brief Article 375
Estimating lace and muslin: dress and fashion in Jane Austen and her world. (Conference Papers). Nigro, Jeffrey A. 5379
Following footpaths in Emma: actual and metaphorical. (The Country and the City). Park, Julia 3640
From "four white cows disposed at equal distances" to the "fine, shady bower": importance of place in the Juvenilia. (The Country and the City). Wenner, Barbara Britton 2259
Games and play in Jane Austen's literary structures. (Conference Papers). Selwyn, David 5907
Gossip as pleasure, pursuit, power, and plot device in Jane Austen's novels. (Conference Papers). Bander, Elaine 4809
Jane Austen and the pleasure-principle. (Conference Papers). Stovel, Bruce 6278
Jane Austen and the reconsigned child: the true identity of Fanny Price. (Miscellany). Souter, Kay Torney 4272
Jane Austen Bibliography for 2000. (Miscellany). Roth, Barry Bibliography 3148
Mansfield Park and the question of irony. (Miscellany). Burdan, Judith 3126
Message from the President: Austen's irony of caring. Brief Article 1111
Mrs. Bennet's least favorite daughter. (Miscellany). Wiltshire, John 3427
Reading body language: a game of skill. (Conference Papers). McMaster, Juliet 5628
The last pages of Emma: Austen's epithalamium. (Miscellany). Emsley, Sarah 3561

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