JASA Library : Catalogue

                                   

Welcome to the catalogue of JASA library!

Please feel free to browse our books, audio, and DVDs on a great variety of Austen-related topics but be aware that borrowing is restricted to JASA members only.

Items can be borrowed at meetings and returned at the following meeting. If you see an item in the list you particularly want to borrow please contact the Librarian before a meeting, as the Library is too large to be transported to Roseville in its entirety!  If you are unable to attend meetings, you can contact the Librarian and the items you would like will be sent to you by mail. The loan period is two months and you then return them by post.

The items are listed under author/creator last names in alphabetical order but you can use the Control-F function on your keyboard to find specific items in the list. Each item has been given a descriptor as an indicator of content – see the key below.

Descriptors: Items in JASA Library have been classified and given one of the following descriptors.  These should help members find items according to subject.

A Original writing

A.1                The novels

A.1.1                 Other Austen and Austen family original writing e.g. poetry

A.2                Anthologies of Jane Austen’s writing

A.3.1                Contemporary fiction i.e. books Jane Austen could have read

A.3.2                Contemporary non-fiction

A.4                Prose adaptations, rewrites, completions substantially altered

A.5                Sequels, prequels

A.6                Spin-offs

B Literary analysis and criticism

B.1                Analysis, criticism, and commentary

B.2                Study notes

B.3                Reactions to Austen’s work; reception history

C Jane Austen on stage and screen

C.1                Scripts

C.2                Analysis and criticism of stage and screen adaptations

C.3                Film locations

C.4                Costume

D Biographies, autobiographies, letters, and memoirs

D.1                Jane Austen - life and literary biography

D.2                Austen family members

D.3                Regency

D.3.1                Regency writers

D.4                Other

E Places

E.1                Places connected to Jane Austen

E.2                Places connected to Regency period

E.3                Literary tourism

F Regency England - term applied here to late C18th and early C19th period

F.1                ...as seen through Austen’s work and life

F.2                General history

F.2.1                Politics, economics, and religion

F.2.2                Society, social issues

F.2.3                Arts

F.2.4                Style - domestic, homes, gardens, architecture, furniture, etc

F.2.5                Fashion

F.2.6                Food

G Trivia, teasers, funstuff

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G        Adams, Jennifer & Oliver, Alison.  Pride and prejudice : counting primer.  Layton, UT: Gibbs Publishing, 2013

A.5        Aidan, Pamela.  Fitzwilliam Darcy gentleman: An assembly such as this.  Wytherngate Press, 2003

A.5        Aiken, Joan.  Eliza’s daughter : a sequel to Jane Austen’s Sense and sensibility.  New York: St Martin’s Press, 1994

A.5        Aiken, Joan.  Jane Fairfax : a companion volume to Emma.  London: Indigo, 1990

A.5        Aiken, Joan.  Mansfield revisited.  London: Victor Gollancz, 1984

A.5        Aiken, Joan.  The youngest Miss Ward.  London: Victor Gollancz, 1998

B.1        Alexander, Christine & McMaster, Juliet [Eds.].  The child-writer from Austen to Woolf.  Cambridge: CUP, 2005

D.1        Amy, Helen.  Jane Austen.  Stroud: Amberley Publishing, 2013

A.6        Arthur, Sarah.  Dating Mr Darcy : the smart girl’s guide to sensible romance.  Tyndale House, 2005

A.2        Ash, Russell  Higton, Bernard [Eds.].  Great writers: Jane Austen - an illustrated anthology. London: Aurum Press, 1993                                   

Selected quotations from Austen’s writings, recollections of family and friends, Regency reviews and comments, views of Victorian readers and critics, all accompanied by contemporary and later-C19th illustrations.

A.6        Ashton, Helen.  Parson Austen’s daughter.  London: Collins, 1947

A.5        Aston, Elizabeth.  Mr Darcy’s daughters.  London: Orion, 2003

DVD        At home with the Georgians.  BBC, 2010

B.1        Auerbach, Emily.  Searching for Jane Austen. Madison WI: University of Wisconsin Press, 2004

A.1        Austen, Jane [Afterword Claudia L. Johnson].  The Beautifull Cassandra.  Artwork: Leon Steinmetz.  Princeton & Oxford: Princeton University Press, 2018

A.1        Austen, Jane [Ed. Juliet McMaster].  Jane Austen’s Catharine or the bower.  Sydney: Juvenilia Press, 1996

A.1        Austen, Jane [Ed. Juliet McMaster].  A collection of letters.  Sydney, Juvenilia Press, 1998

A.1        Austen, Jane.  The complete novels of Jane Austen - seven great English classics.  London: Penguin, 1983                                                   

All seven of them - with guess who on the cover?  No; it’s not Jane Austen.

A.1        Austen, Jane.        Emma. New York, NY: Hyperion, 1996.                                    

This edition, published in conjunction with Miramax, contains black and white stills from the Paltrow film version - but no notes on the text.

A.1        Austen, Jane [Eds. Richard Cronin & Dorothy McMillan].  Emma.  Cambridge: CUP: 2005

A.1        Austen, Jane [Ed. Peter Sabor].  Jane Austen’s Frederic and Elfrida.  Sydney: Juvenilia Press, 2002

A.1        Austen, Jane [Ed. Karen Hartnick].  Jane Austen’s Henry and Eliza.  Sydney: Juvenilia Press, 1996

A.1        Austen, Jane; Dickens, Charles [Introduction David Starkey].  The history of England; A child’s history of England (excerpt).  Cambridge: Icon Books, 2006

A.1        Austen, Jane [Introduction Deirdre Le Faye].  The history of England : a facsimile.  London: British Library and Folio Society, 1993

A.1        Austen, Jane.  The history of England / Lesley Castle.  Penguin: London, 1995

A.1        Austen, Jane [Ed. Annette Upfal & Christine Alexander].  Jane Austen’s The history of England & Cassandra’s portraits.  Sydney: Juvenilia Press, 2009

A.1        Austen, Jane [Ed. Juliet McMaster].  Jane Austen’s Jack and Alice.  Edmonton: Dept. of English, University of Alberta

A.1        Austen, Jane [Ed. Peter Sabor].  Juvenilia.  Cambridge: CUP 2006

A.1        Austen, Jane.  Lady Susan / The Watsons / Sanditon.  London: Penguin, 1974

A.1        Austen, Jane [Eds. Janet Todd & Linda Bree].  Later manuscripts.  Cambridge: CUP, 2008

A.1        Austen, Jane [Foreword Fay Weldon].  Love and friendship / The three sisters / A collection of letters.  London: Hesperus Press, 2005

A.1        Austen, Jane [Ed. Juliet McMaster].  Jane Austen’s Love and freindship.  Sydney: Juvenilia Press, 1995

A.1        Austen, Jane [Ed. Sylvia Hunt].  Jane Austen’s men : Juvenilia - The adventures of Mr Harley / Sir William Mountague / The memoirs of Mr Clifford / The generous curate.  Sydney: Juvenilia Press, 2007

A.1        Austen, Jane [Ed. John Wiltshire].  Mansfield Park.  Cambridge: CUP, 2005                 

This edition brings together the first and second editions of 1814 and 1816,

allowing readers to compare the two and see what alterations Jane Austen

herself made. The introduction and notes are a great enrichment even for those

readers who know Mansfield Park well.

A.1        Austen, Jane [Ed. Barbara M. Benedict & Deirdre Le Faye].  Northanger Abbey.  Cambridge: CUP, 2006

A.1        Austen, Jane [Annotated Robert Morrison].  Persuasion - an annotated edition.  Cambridge, MA: Belknap-Harvard

A.1        Austen, Jane [Eds. Janet Todd & Antje Blank].  Persuasion.  Cambridge: CUP, 2006

A.1        Austen, Jane [Ed. Pat Rogers].  Pride and prejudice.  Cambridge: CUP, 2006

A.1        Austen, Jane & Another Lady.  Sanditon.  London: Peter Davies, 1975

A.1        Austen, Jane [Foreword A.C. Grayling].  Sanditon.  London: Hesperus Classics, 2009

A.1        Austen, Jane [Ed. Edward Copeland].  Sense and sensibility.  Cambridge: CUP, 2006

A.1        Austen, Jane [Ed. Joseph Wiesenfarth].  Jane Austen’s Three sisters.  Sydney: Juvenilia Press, 2004

A.1        Austen, Jane [Ed. Brian Southam].  Volume the second.  Oxford: OUP, 1963

A.1        Austen, Jane.  Volume the third.  Oxford: OUP, 1951

A.1        Austen, Jane & Another.  The Watsons.  Book Club Associates, 1977

A.1        Austen, Jane & Williams, Merryn.  The Watsons.  London: Pen Press, 2005

A.1        Austen, Jane.  [Annotated Robert Morrison].  Annotated edition of Persuasion.  Cambridge, MA: Belknap-Harvard, 2011

A.1        Austen, Jane [Annotated David M. Shapard].  The annotated Pride and prejudice.  Melbourne: Scribe Publications, 2004

A.1        Austen, Jane [Annotated Patricia Meyer Spacks].  Annotated edition of Pride and prejudice.  Cambridge, MA: Belknap-Harvard, 2010

A.1        Austen, Jane [Annotated Patricia Meyer Spacks].  Annotated edition of Sense and sensibility.  Cambridge, MA: Belknap-Harvard, 2013

D.1        Austen-Leigh, James Edward.  [Ed. R.W. Chapman].  Memoir of Jane Austen.  Oxford: OUP, 1926                                           

Her nephew’s memoir of his celebrated Aunt was published in 1870 and extended in 1871 after being favourably received. It is interesting to read it in conjunction with modern biographies.

A.5        Austen-Leigh, Joan.  Mrs Goddard, mistress of a school : letters from Highbury.  Victoria, CAN: Room of one’s own Press, 1993

A.5        Aylmer, Janet.  Darcy’s story from Pride and prejudice.  Bath: Copperfieldbooks, 1996

E.1        Aylmer, Janet.  In the footsteps of Jane Austen : through Bath to Lyncombe and Widcombe, a walk through history.  Bath: Copperfield Books, 2003                           

On 25 May 1801, Jane Austen took a walk with Mrs Chamberlayne, from her Uncle and Aunt’s house, The Paragon, to Lyncombe and Widcombe, south of the Avon at Bath. This book traces that walk. We can read about the history of buildings passed (or what remains of them today), what the views were like - local history at its tangible best...

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A.5        Bader, Ted & Marilyn.  Desire and duty : a sequel to Jane Austen’s Pride and prejudice.  Denver, CO: Revive Publishing, 1997

A.5        Baker, Helen.  Miss Jane Austen’s Lady Susan revived.  2010

E.3        Banerjee, Jacqueline.  Literary Surrey. Headley Down, Hants: John Owen Smith, 2005

B.1        Barchas, Janine.  Matters of fact in Jane Austen. Baltimore, MD: John Hopkins University Press, 2012

A.5        Barrett, Julia.  Jane Austen’s Charlotte : her fragment of a last novel completed.  New York: M. Evans, 2000

A.5        Barrett, Julia.  The third sister : a continuation of Jane Austen’s Sense and sensibility.  London: Michael O’Mara Books, 1996

A.6        Barron, Stephanie.  Jane and his lordship’s legacy : a Jane Austen mystery.  New York: Bantam Books, 2005

A.6        Barron, Stephanie.  Jane and the man of the cloth : a Jane Austen mystery.  London: Headline, 1997

A.6        Barron, Stephanie.  Jane and the wandering eye : a Jane Austen mystery.  London: Headline, 1998

A.6        Barron, Stephanie.  Jane and the twelve days of Christmas : a Jane Austen mystery.  New York: Soho Press, 2014

E.3        Bearman, Robert (Ed.).  Stoneleigh Abbey: the house, its owners, its lands.  Warwickshire: Stoneleigh Abbey Ltd, 2004

CD        The beautifull Cassandra and other early writings.  Read by Teresa Gallagher.  Crimson Cats, 2006

A.6        Bebris, Carrie.  North by Northanger (the shades of Pemberley) : a Mr and Mrs Darcy mystery.  New York: Tom Doherty, 2006

A.6        Bebris, Carrie.  Pride and prescience (or a truth universally acknowledged) : a Mr and Mrs Darcy mystery.  New York: Tom Doherty, 2004

A.6        Bebris, Carrie.  Suspense and sensibility (or first impressions revisited) : a Mr and Mrs Darcy mystery.  New York: Tom Doherty, 2005

A.6        Bebris, Carrie.  The suspicion at Sanditon : a Mr and Mrs Darcy mystery.  New York: Tor Books, 2015

A.6        Bennett, Veronica.  Cassandra’s sister.  London: Walker Books, 2006

G        Bevan, Gwen.  A carriage ride in Queen Square - piano pieces for Jane Austen’s Bath.  (Book and CD).  Bath: Wyncliffe Books, 2009

D.4        Bigg-Wither, Reginald F.  Materials for a history of the Wither family.  Winchester: Warren & Son, 1907

A.5        Billington, Rachel.  Perfect happiness : the sequel to Jane Austen’s Emma.  London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1996

A.5        Birchall, Diana.  Mrs Darcy’s dilemma : a sequel to Jane Austen’s Pride and prejudice.  Bexhill-on-Sea, Sussex: Egerton House, 2004

G        Biro, G. & Leavesley, J.  What killed Jane Austen? - and other medical mysteries, marvels and mayhem.  Sydney: Harper Collins, 1998

C.2        Birtwistle, Sue & Conklin, Susie.  The making of Jane Austen’s Emma.  London: Penguin, 1996

C.2        Birtwistle, Sue & Conklin, Susie.  The making of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice. London: Penguin, 1995

G        Bottomer, Phyllis Ferguson.  So odd a mixture: along the autistic spectrum of ‘Pride and Prejudice’.  London & Philadelphia: Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2007

B.1        Bradbrook, Frank W.  Jane Austen and her predecessors.  Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1966

A.6        Brand, Emily.  Mr Darcy’s guide to courtship.  Oxford: Old House Books, 2013

F.2.2        Brander, Michael.  The Georgian gentleman. Farnborough, Hants: Saxon House, 1973

DVD        Bride and prejudice.  Miramax Films, 2004

DVD        Bridget Jones’s Diary.  Universal Pictures, 2001

A.2        Brooks-Davies, Douglas (Ed.). Jane Austen : Poems and favourite poems.  London:

        Dent, 1998

F.2.4        Brown, Ivor.  Jane Austen and her world.  London: Lutterworth Press, 1966

B.2        Burrows, J.F.  Jane Austen’s Emma.  Sydney: Sydney University Press, 1968

F.2.5        Byrde, Penelope.  Jane Austen fashion : Fashion and needlework in the works of Jane Austen.  Ludlow, Shrops: Excellent Press, 1999

D.1        Byrne, Paula.  The real Jane Austen : A life in small things.  New York: Harper Collins, 2013

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B.3        Carson, Susannah (Ed.).  A truth universally acknowledged : 33 reasons why we can’t stop reading Jane Austen.  Melbourne: Penguin, 2009

D.1        Cecil, David.  A portrait of Jane Austen.  London: Constable & Melbourne: Hutchinson, 1978

F.2        Chaney, Edward & Wilks, Timothy.  The Jacobean grand tour.  New York: I.B. Tauris, 2014

D.4        Chapman, Hester W.  Caroline Matilda, Queen of Denmark : A tale of adultery, murder and high treason.  New York: Coward, McCann & Geoghegan, 1971

B.1        Chapman, R.W.  Jane Austen: Facts and problems : The Clark lectures, Trinity, Cambridge, 1948.  Oxford: Clarendon, 1948

        Chwe, Michael Suk-Young.  Jane Austen, game theorist.  Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 2013

A.2        Cleary, Kristen Maree & Sommer, Robin Langley (Eds.).  A Jane Austen miscellany : Sisters; suitors; families; friends.  Rochester, Kent: Grange Books, 1999

        Clery, E.J.  Jane Austen : The banker’s sister.  London: Biteback Publishing, 2017

DVD        Clueless.  Paramount, 1995  (Alicia Silverstone)

A.6        Cohen, Paula Marantz.  Jane Austen in Boca.  New York: St Martin’s Press, 2002

E.2        Coke, David & Borg, Alan.  Vauxhall Gardens : A history.   New Haven, CT & London: Yale University Press, 2011

F.1        Collins, Irene.  Jane Austen and the clergy.  London: Hambledon Press, 1994

D.1        Collins, Irene.  Jane Austen : The parson’s daughter.  London: Hambledon Press, 1998

A.5        Collins, Rebecca Ann.  Ladies of Longbourn.  2000

A.5        Collins, Rebecca Ann. Mr Darcy’s daughter.  2000

A.5        Collins, Rebecca Ann.  My cousin Caroline.  2001

A.5        Collins, Rebecca Ann.  Netherfield Park revisited.  1999

A.5        Collins, Rebecca Ann.  The Pemberley chronicles.  1997

A.5        Collins, Rebecca Ann.  Postscript from Pemberley.  2002

A.5        Collins, Rebecca Ann.  Women of Pemberley.  1998

B.1        Copeland, Edward & McMaster, Juliet (Eds.).  The Cambridge companion to Jane Austen.  Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1997

A.6        Corringham, Mary.  I, Jane Austen : a re-creation in rime royal based on the letters of Jane Austen, her novels, and the comments of her biographers.  Parramatta, NSW: RDU Books, 1997/2001

F.1        Craig, Sheryl.  Jane Austen and the state of the nation.  Basingstoke, Hants: Palgrave Macmillan, 2015

DVD        Cranford.  BBC, 2007 (Judi Dench, Michael Gambon)

G        Crick, Mark.  Kafka’s soup : A complete history of world literature in fourteen recipes.  Adelaide: Wakefield Press, 2006

B.3        Crusie, Jennifer.  Flirting with Pride and Prejudice.   Dallas, TX: Benbella Books, 2005

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B.1        Davis, Joy Lee.  Jane Austen and the almighty pound : Money, rank and privilege in Jane Austen’s novels.  2005

A.5        Dawkins, Jane.  Letters from Pemberley - the first year : a continuation of Jane Austen’s Pride and prejudice.  New York: Chicken Soup Press, 1999

F.2        Day, Malcolm.  Voices from the world of Jane Austen.  Newton Abbot, Devon: David and Charles Books, 2006

DVD        Death comes to Pemberley.  BBC, 2014

B.3        Deresiewicz, William.  A Jane Austen Education: How six novels taught me about love, friendship, and the things that really matter.  New York, Penguin: 2011

G        Dickinson, Kelley A.  Victorian Literary Trivia : 640 questions and quotations from Jane Austen to Oscar Wilde.  Madison, MS: Lorman Press, 2004

B.1        Doody, Margaret.  Jane Austen’s names : Riddles, persons, places.  Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press, 2015

B.3        Dow, Gillian & Hanson, Clare (Eds.). Uses of Austen : Jane’s afterlives.  Basingstoke, Hants: Palgrave MacMillan, 2012

B.1        Draxler, Bridget & Spratt, Danielle.  Engaging the age of Jane Austen : public humanities in practice.  Iowa: University of Iowa Press, 2018

F.2        Druett, Joan.  Hen frigates : Passion and peril, C19th women at sea.  New York, NY: Touchstone, 1998

B.1        Duckfield, I.P.  Fathers in Jane Austen.  Kindle edition, 2015

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A.3.2        E. Mrs (Margaret Barca Ed.). Advice to a young lady in the colonies, being a letter sent from Mrs E. of England to Maria MacArthur in the colony of NSW in 1812.  Melbourne: Greenhouse Publications, 1979

A.3.2        Ecco.  The gentleman instructed in the conduct of a virtuous and happy life.  In three parts...10th edition W.D.  (William Darrell).  Detroit, MI: Gale Ecco - Eighteenth Century Collections Online (print edition), 2011

E.2        Edmonds, Antony.  Jane Austen’s Worthing : The real Sanditon.   Stroud, Gloucs: Amberley Publishing, 2013

D.3        Eglin, John.  The imaginary autocrat : Beau Nash and the invention of Bath.  London: Profile Books, 2005

E.3        Elliott, Kirsten.  A window on Bath : Eight walks in Bath.  Bath: Millstream Books, 1994

CDx13 Emma (unabridged).  Read by Juliet Stevenson.  Naxos Audio Books

DVD        Emma.  BBC, 1972 (Doran Goodwin)

DVD        Emma.  Miramax, 1995 (Gwyneth Paltrow)

DVD        Emma.  BBC, 2009 (Romola Garai)

DVD        Emma.  Northanger Abbey.  Mansfield Park.  ITV Studios.  (Kate Beckinsale / Felicity Jones / Billie Piper

MP3        Emma.  Performed by Catherine Byers

MP3        Emma.  Read by Michael Page

A.2        Enright, Dominique.  The wicked wit of Jane Austen.  London: Michael O’Mara Books, 2007

A.5        Evans, Christene.  Letters from Longbourn, Hunsford, Netherfield, Lucas Lodge, London, Rosings, Pemberley

A.5        Evans, Christene.  Postscripts from Northanger Abbey, Sense and sensibility, Pride and prejudice, Mansfield Park, Emma, Persuasion

B.1        Evans, Mary.  Jane Austen and the state.  London & New York: Tavistock Publications, 1987

E.2        Eveleigh, David J.  A popular retreat : Blaise Castle, house and estate.  Clevedon, Somerset: Colourways Press, 1987

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A.5        Farmer, Ava.  Second impressions.  Chawton, Hants: Chawton House Press, 2011

A.6        Fielding, Helen.  Bridget Jones’s diary.  London: Picador, 1996

A.6        Fielding, Helen.  Bridget Jones - the edge of reason.  London: Picador, 1999

F.2.2        Flanders, Judith.  The Victorian city : Everyday life in Dickens’ London.  London: Atlantic Books, 2012

B.2        Folson, Marcia McClintock.  Approaches to teaching Austen’s Emma.  New York, NY: Modern Language Association, 2004

B.2        Folson, Marcia McClintock.  Approaches to teaching Austen’s Mansfield Park.  New York, NY: Modern Language Association, 2014

        Foster, Stephen.  Zoffany’s daughter : love and treachery on a small island.  Canberra: South Solitary Press, 2017

CD        The fountain of music.  Classical Communications, 1998

Songs and chamber music from Georgian Bath.

A.6        Fowler, Karen Joy.  The Jane Austen book club.  New York: Putnam’s Sons, 2004

E.1        Freeman, Jean.  Jane Austen in Bath.  Alton, Hants: C. Mills & Co, 1969

F.1        Fritzer, Penelope Joan.  Jane Austen and C18th courtesy books. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1997

F.1        Fullerton, Susannah.  Jane Austen and crime.  Sydney: JASA Press, 2004

B.3        Fullerton, Susannah & Harbers, Anne.  Jane Austen : Antipodean voices.  Sydney: Wellington Lane, 2001

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F.1        Gammie, Ian & McCulloch, Derek.  Jane Austen’s music.  St Albans, Herts: Corda Music Publications, 1996

The musical world of Jane Austen seen through the manuscripts and printed editions held by the Jane Austen Memorial Trust at Chawton, with brief histories of contemporary composers, and a catalogue of more than 200 musical works.

E.2        Gattrell, Vic.  City of laughter : Sex and satire in C18th London.  London: Atlantic Books, 2006

B.2        Gay, Penny.  Jane Austen’s Emma.  Sydney: Sydney University Press, 1995

B.2        Gay, Penny.  Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice.  Sydney: Sydney University Press, 1990

B.1        Gay, Penny.  Jane Austen and the theatre.  Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2002

A.3.2        The gentleman instructed in the conduct of a virtuous and happy life (in three parts)...Tenth edition.  ECCO - Eighteenth Century Collections Online (print edition): Gale, USA, 2011

C.2        Giddings, Robert & Sheen, Erica (Eds.).  The classic novel from page to screen.  Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2000

F.2.1        Giffin, Michael.  Jane Austen and religion : Salvation and society in Georgian England.  Basingstoke, Hants: Palgrave MacMillan, 2002

D.1        Gooneratne, Yasmine.  Jane Austen.  Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1970

B.2        Gooneratne, Yasmine.  Notes on Sense and sensibility.  London: Longman, 1980

B.1        Graham, Peter W.  Jane Austen and Charles Darwin : Naturalists and novelists.  Aldershot, Hants: Ashgate Publishing, 2008

A.6        Grahame-Smith, Seth.  Pride and prejudice and zombies.  Philiadelphia, PA: Quirk Productions, 2009

A.5        Grange, Amanda.  Mr Darcy’s diary.  Naperville, Ill: Sourcebooks, 2007

B.2        Green, Lindsay.  Emma and Clueless.  Sydney: Pascal Press, 2001

F.2        Green, Nile.  The love of strangers.  Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 2016

F.2        Guy, John.  Georgian Life.  UK: Ticktock Publishing, 1997.

Experience the elegance and grandeur, drudgery and hardship, during the greatest period of change the UK has ever witnessed (children’s book)

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A.6        Hale, Shannon.  Austenland.  New York: Bloomsbury, 2007

B.1        Halperin, John (Ed.).  Jane Austen : Bicentenary essays.  Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1975 - reissued 2010

D.1        Halperin, John.  The life of Jane Austen.  Baltimore, MD: John Hopkins University Press, 1984 - reissued 1996

A.5        Halstead, Helen.  A private performance : a sequel to Jane Austen’s Pride and prejudice.  Sydney: Vintage/Random House Aus, 2005

A.6        Hannon, Patrice.  Dear Jane Austen : a heroine’s guide to life and love.  USA: Wytherngate Press, 2005

C.4        Harden, Rosemary.  Jane Austen : Film and fashion.  Bath: Assembly Rooms and Museum of Costume, 2004

B.1        Harding, D.W.  (Ed. Monica Lawler).  Regulated hatred and other essays on Jane Austen.  London: Athlone Press, 1998

B.1        Hardy, Barbara.  A reading of Jane Austen.  London: Athlone Press, 1979

D.3.1        Harman, Claire.  Fanny Burney : A biography.  New York: Alfred Knopf, 2000

B.3        Harman, Claire.  Jane’s fame : How Jane Austen conquered the world.  Melbourne: Text Publishing, 2009

B.1        Harris, Jocelyn.  Jane Austen’s art of memory.  Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1989

B.1        Harris, Jocelyn.  A revolution almost beyond expression : Jane Austen’s Persuasion.  Cranbury, NJ: Rosemont Publishing, 2007

B.1        Harris, Jocelyn.  Satire, celebrity, and politics in Jane Austen.  Lanham MD, Bucknell University Press, 2017

B.1        Hawkridge, Audrey.  Jane and her gentlemen : Jane Austen and the men in her life and novels.  London: Peter Owen Publishers, 2000

A.6        Hemingway, Collins.  The marriage of Miss Jane Austen, Vols.I, II and III.  Bloomington, IN: Author House, 2015

A.6        Henderson, Lauren.  Jane Austen’s guide to dating.  London: Headline Book Publishing, 2005

D.2        Hillan, Sophia.  May, Lou and Cass : Jane Austen’s nieces in Ireland.  Belfast: Blackstaff Press, 2011

A.3.2        Hitchings, Henry.  Dr Johnson’s dictionary : the extraordinary story of the book that defined the world.  London: John Murray, 2005

D.1.        Hodge, Jane Aiken.  The double life of Jane Austen.  London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1972

D.4        Hodge, Jane Aiken.  The private world of Georgette Heyer.  London: Bodley Head, 1984

D.1        Honan, Park.  Jane Austen : her life.

B.3        Hopkins, Lisa.  After Austen : reinventions, rewritings, revisitings.  Cham, CH: Palgrave Macmillan, 2018

E.1        Howard, Tom.  Austen country.  London: Grange Books, 1995

D.2        Hubback, J.H. & Hubback, E.C.  Jane Austen’s sailor brothers.  Westport, CT: Meckler Publishing, 1986

F.2.2        Hughes-Hallett, Penelope.  The immortal dinner : A famous evening of genius and laughter in literary London, 1817.  London: Viking, 2000

D.1        Hughes-Hallett, Penelope.  My dear Cassandra : The illustrated letters of Jane Austen.  London: Collins and Brown, 1990

E.1        Huxley, Victoria.  Jane Austen and Adlestrop : Her other family.  Moreton-in-Marsh, Gloucs: Windrush Publishing, 2013

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A.3.1        Inchbald, Elizabeth.  Lovers’ vows.  Oxford: OUP, 2003

CD        An innocent diversion.  Jill Noth-Bower and others.  Athene Records 2003

Songs and music from Jane Austen’s music books performed for the Jane Austen Society in St Andrew’s Church, Colyton, 4 October 2003

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F.2.2.        Jago, Lucy.  Regency house party (as seen on Channel 4, UK).  London: Time-Warner Books, 2004

A.5        James, P.D.  Death comes to Pemberley.  London: Faber & Faber, 2011

A.6        James, Syrie.  The lost memoirs of Jane Austen.  New York: Harper Collins, 2008

DVD        Jane at Godmersham.  Southside TV, 2013

DVD        The Jane Austen Bookclub.  Sony Pictures, 2007

CD        Jane Austen and Chawton suites.  Philip Andrews, 2015

Songs and choral works inspired by the novels and Chawton

CD        The Jane Austen companion.  Nimbus Records, 1996

Various contemporary pieces

CDR        The Jane Austen Collection.

Sixteen digital books by, about, and related to Jane Austen, with a guide to Jane Austen on the internet

DVD        Jane Austen country.  Delta, 2002

A program about Austen’s life in Georgian England - Hampshire - Bath - Lyme Regis        

G        Jane Austen knits: special edition of SpinOff Magazine.  Loveland, CD: Interweave, 2013

DVD        Jane Austen works.  Artsmagic, 2007

D.1        Jenkins, Elizabeth.  Jane Austen.  Reissue of the famous biography.  London: Victor Gollancz, 1958

B.1        Jenkyns, Richard.  A fine brush on ivory: an appreciation of Jane Austen.  Oxford: OUP, 2004

D.1        Jennings, Charles.  Jane Austen: the life and times of the world’s favourite author.  

London: Constable & Robinson, 2012

B.1        Johnson, Claudia & Tuite, Clara.  (Eds.)  A companion to Jane Austen.  Chichester, W. Sussex: Wiley-Blackwell, 2009

B.3        Johnson, Claudia.  Jane Austen’s cults and cultures.  Chicago, Ill: University of Chicago Press, 2012

B.1        Johnson, Claudia.  Jane Austen : Women, politics and the novel.  Chicago, Ill: University of Chicago Press, 1988

A.6        Jones, Cindy.  My Jane Austen summer : a season in Mansfield Park.  New York: Harper Collins, 2011

F.1        Jones, Hazel.  Jane Austen and marriage.  London: Continuum UK, 2009

B.2        Jones, Vivien.  How to study a Jane Austen novel.  London: MacMillan Press, 1997

A.6        Jorgenson, Lisa L.  The prime of Miss Jane Austen.  2017

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A.5        Kablean, Carrie.  What Kitty did next.  Red Door, 2018

B.3        Kaye-Smith, Sheila & Stern, G.B.  More about Jane Austen.  New York: Harper and Bro.s, 1949

D.3        Kelly, Ian.  Beau Brummell : the ultimate dandy.  London: Hodder & Stoughton, 2005

A.2        Kerrigan, Michael.  The wit and wisdom of Jane Austen.  London: Fourth Estate, 1996

D.2        Kindred, Sheila Johnson.  Jane Austen’s transatlantic sister : the life and letters of Fanny Palmer Austen.  Montreal & Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2017

E.3        Kingsley, Nicholas.  The country houses of Gloucestershire, Vol.I 1500-1660.  Chichester: Phillimore, 2001

E.3        Kingsley, Nicholas.  The country houses of Gloucestershire, Vol.II 1660-1830.  Chichester: Phillimore, 1992

B.1        Kirkham, Margaret.  Jane Austen, feminists and fiction.  London: Athlone Press, 1997

D.4        Kloester, Jennifer.  Georgette Heyer.  London: Heinemann, 2011

D.4        Knight, Caroline Jane.  Jane and me: my Austen heritage.  Boxhill, Vic: Greyfriar Group, 2017

D.3        Knight, Roger.  The pursuit of victory : the life and achievements of Horatio Nelson.  London: Penguin, 2005

A.6        Koste, V. Glasgow.  I remain...Jane Austen (a play).  Woodstock, Ill: Dramatic Publishing, 1993

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CDx2        Lady Susan.  Read by Harriet Walter, Kim Hicks, Carole Boyd.  Naxos Audio Books, 2001

E.1        Lane, Maggie.  A charming place : Bath in the life and novels of Jane Austen.  Bath: Millstream Books, 1988

E.3        Lane, Maggie.  A city of palaces : Bath through the eyes of Fanny Burney.   Bath: Millstream Books, 1999

B.1        Lane, Maggie.  Growing older with Jane Austen.  London: Robert Hale, 2014

B.3        Lane, Maggie & Selwyn, David.  Jane Austen : a celebration.  Manchester: Carcanet Press, 2000

D.2        Lane, Maggie.  Jane Austen’s family through five generations.  London: Robert Hale, 1984

F.1        Lane, Maggie.  Jane Austen and food.  London: Hambledon Press, 1995

E.1        Lane, Maggie.  Jane Austen and Lyme Regis.  Chawton:, Hants: Jane Austen Society, 2003

B.1        Lane, Maggie.  Jane Austen and names.  Bristol: Blaize Books, 2002

G        Lane, Maggie.  The Jane Austen quiz and puzzle book.  Bristol: Abson Books, 1982

D.1        Lane, Maggie.  Jane Austen’s world : the life and times of England’s most popular author.  Brookvale, NSW: The Book Company, 1996

D.1        Lane, Maggie.  The immortal Jane Austen.  Trail Publishing, UK

B.1        Lane, Maggie.  On the sofa with Jane Austen.  Marlborough, Wilts: Robert Hale, 2016

B.1        Lane, Maggie.  Understanding Austen : Key concepts in the six novels.  London, Robert Hale, 2012

D.1        Laski, Marghanita.  Jane Austen and her world.  London: Bookclub Associates, 1975

B.1        Lauber, John.  Jane Austen’s fools.   In: Edward Doughtie (Ed.).  Studies in English Literature 1500-1900, Vol.XIV, No.4, Autumn 1974.  Houston, TX: William Marsh Rice University Press, 1974

G        Lederer, Richard & Gilleland, Michael.  Literary trivia : fun and games for book lovers.  London: Vintage, 1994

D.1        Le Faye, Deirdre.  Jane Austen’s letters.

D.2        Le Faye, Deirdre.  Fanny Knight’s diaries : Jane Austen through her niece’s eyes.  Chawton, Hants: Jane Austen Society, 2000

D.1        Le Faye, Deirdre.  Jane Austen’s country life.  London: Frances Lincoln, 2014

D.2        Le Faye, Deirdre, Austen-Leigh, W. & Austen-Leigh, R.A.  Jane Austen : a family record.  London: British Library, 1989

D.2        Le Faye, Deirdre.  Jane Austen’s ‘outlandish cousin’ : the life and letters of Eliza de Feuillide.  London: British Library, 2002

E.1        Le Faye, Deirdre.  Jane Austen’s Steventon.  Chawton, Hants: Jane Austen Society, 2007

D.1        Le Faye, Deirdre.  Jane Austen.  (The British Library: Writers’ lives).  London: British Library, 1998

D.3        Lefroy, Helen & Turner, Gavin. [Eds.].  The letters of Mrs Lefroy : Jane Austen’s beloved friend.  Chawton, Hants: Jane Austen Society, 2007

E.3        Legget, Jane.  Local heroines : a travel guidebook to women’s history in Great Britain.   London: Pandora, 1994

B.1        Lemon, Rebecca, Mason, Emma, Robrts, Jonathon & Rowland, Christopher [Eds.].  The Bible in English literature.  Chichester, W.Sussex: Wiley-Blackwell, 2009

B.1        Looser, Devoney [Ed.].  Jane Austen and the discourses of feminism.  London: MacMillan, 1995

        Looser, Devoney.  The making of Jane Austen.  Baltimore, MD: John Hopkins University Press, 2017

DVD        Lost in Austen.  Mammoth Screen, 2004

DVD        Love and friendship.  Blinder Films, 2016 (Kate Beckinsale)

F.2.2        Low, Donald A.  The Regency underworld.  Stroud, Gloucs: Sutton Publishing, 1999

B.3        Lynch, Deidre.  Janeites : Austen’s disciples and devotees.  Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 2000

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B.1        MacDonagh, Oliver.  Jane Austen : real and imagined worlds.  New Haven, CT & London: Yale University Press, 1991

C.2        MacDonald, Gina & MacDonald, Andrew F. [Eds.].  Jane Austen on screen.  Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2003

F.2.5        MacKenzie, Althea.  Shoes and slippers from Snowhill, one of the world’s leading collections of costume and accessories of the C 18th and C 19th.   London: The National Trust, 2004

A.1.1        Mack, Robert L.  The Loiterer : a periodical work in two volumes published at Oxford in the years 1789 and 1790 by the Austen family.  Lewiston, NY: Edwin Mellen Press, 2006

F.1        Mahony, Stephen.  Wealth or poverty : Jane Austen’s novels explored.  London: Robert Hale, 2015

B.3        Malcolm, Gabrielle [Ed.].  Fan phenomena : Jane Austen.  Chicago, Ill: Intellect Books, 2015

B.1        Mandal, Anthony.  Jane Austen and the popular novel : the determined author.  Basingstoke, Hants: Palgrave MacMillan, 2007

CDx14        Mansfield Park (unabridged).  Read by Frances Barber.  BBC Audiobooks

CDx2        Mansfield Park (abridged).  Read by Juliet Stevenson.  Naxos Audiobooks

CDx2        Mansfield Park (full-cast dramatisation).  Felicity Jones, Benedict Cumberbatch, David Tennant.  BBC-Radio 4, 2003/2014

DVD        Mansfield Park.  BBC, 1983 (Sylvestra LeTouzel)

DVD        Mansfield Park.  Company Pictures & WGBH, 2007 (Billie Piper)

MP3        Mansfield Park.  Performed by Catherine Byers

B.1        Marinucci, Mimi [Ed.].  Jane Austen and philosophy.  Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, 2017

G        Marsh, Honoria.  Shades from Jane Austen.  London: Parry Jackman, 1975

This account of Jane Austen’s life and examination of the novels is illustrated with coloured ‘silhouettes’ - hence ‘shades’.

B.3        Mazzeno, Laurence W.  Jane Austen : two centuries of criticism.   Rochester, NY: Camden House, 2011

A.5        McCullough, Colleen.  The independence of Miss Mary Bennet.  Sydney: Harper Collins, 2008

C.3        McLuckie, Marcia.  Jane Austen TV and film location guide.  Bath: The Jane Austen Centre

D.1        McMaster, Juliet.  Jane Austen the novelist.  London: MacMillan Press, 1996

B.1        Menon, Patricia.  Austen, Eliot, Charlotte Brontë and the mentor-lover.  Basingstoke, Hants: Palgrave MacMillan, 2003

D.1        Midorikawa, Emily & Seeney, Emma Claire.   A secret sisterhood : the hidden friendships of Austen, Brontē, Eliot and Woolf.  London: Aurum Press, 2017

D.1        Miles, Robert.  Jane Austen : writers and their work.  Tavistock, Devon: Northcote House Publishers, 2003

B.1        Miller, D.A.  Jane Austen or the secret of style.  Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 2003

DVD        Miss Austen regrets.  BBC 2008

B.1        Morini, Massimiliano.  Jane Austen’s narrative techniques : a stylistic and pragmatic analysis.  Farnham, Surrey & Burlington, VT: Ashgate, 2009

B.1        Morris, Ivor.  A Jane Austen quintet : critical inquiries into the novels’ world.  Winchester, Hants: Sarsen Press, 2008

B.1        Morris, Ivor.  Mr Darcy in love and other Jane Austen studies.  Winchester, Hants: Sarsen Press, 2012

B.1        Morris, Pam.  Jane Austen, Virginia Woolf and worldly realism.  Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2018

B.1        Murphy, Olivia.  Jane Austen : the artist as critic.   Basingstoke, Hants: Palgrave MacMillan, 2013

F.2.2        Murray, Venetia.  High society : a social history of the Regency period, 1788-1830.  London: Penguin, 1998

D.1        Myer, Valerie Grosvenor.  Obstinate heart : Jane Austen - a biography.  London: Michael O’Mara Books, 1997

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A.6        Nathan, Melissa.  Persuading Annie.  London: Judy Piatkus Publishers, 2001

B.1        Neill, Edward.  The politics of Jane Austen.  London: MacMillan Press, 1999

A.5        Newark, Elizabeth.  Consequences or Whatever became of Charlotte Lucas?  San Francisco, CA: Newark Publications, 1997

E.1        Nicolson, Nigel.  Godmersham Park, Kent, before, during and after Jane Austen’s time.  Alton, Hants: Jane Austen Society, 1996

E.1        Nicolson, Nigel.  The world of Jane Austen.  London: George Weidenfeld, 1991

D.1        Nokes, David.  Jane Austen.  London: Fourth Estate, 1997

CDx14        North and south (unabridged).  Read by Juliet Stevenson.  BBC Audiobooks

CDx2        Northanger Abbey (abridged).  Read by Juliet Stevenson.  Naxos Audiobooks

CDx7        Northanger Abbey (unabridged).  Read by Juliet Stevenson.  Naxos Audiobooks

DVD        Northanger Abbey.  ITV, 2007 (Felicity Jones)

MP3        Northanger Abbey.  Performed by Catherine Byers

MP3        Northanger Abbey.  Read by Donada Peters

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G        Odiwe, Jane.  Effusions of fancy - consisting of annotated sketches from the life of Jane Austen in a style entirely new.  Printbox Publishing, 2003

Oldmark, John.  An understanding of Jane Austen’s novels.  Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 1981

F.1        Olsen, Kirstin.  All things Austen : an encyclopedia of Austen’s world, Vol.I A-L.  Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 2005

F.1        Olsen, Kirstin.  All things Austen : an encyclopedia of Austen’s world, Vol.II M-Z.  Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 2005

F.1        Olsen, Kirstin.  Cooking with Jane Austen.  Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 2005

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F.2.4        Parissien, Steven.  Regency style.  London: Phaidon Press, 1992

B.1        Parker, Jo Alyson.  The author’s inheritance : Henry Fielding, Jane Austen and the establishment of the novel.  DeKalb, Ill: Northern Illinois University Press, 1998

C.2        Parrill, Sue.  Jane Austen on film and television : a critical study of the adaptations.  Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2002

A.5        Paynter, Jennifer.  Mary Bennet.  Camberwell, Vic: Viking/Penguin, 2012

CDx8        Persuasion (unabridged).  Read by Greta Scacchi.  BBC Audiobooks

CDx7        Persuasion (unabridged).  Read by Juliet Stevenson.  Naxos Audiobooks, 2007

DVD        Persuasion.  BBC, 1995 (Amanda Root)

DVD        Persuasion.  Clerkenwell Films, 2007 (Sally Hawkins)

MP3        Persuasion.  Performed by Catherine Byers

B.1        Pfau, Thomas & Gleckner, Robert F. [Eds.].  Lessons of romanticism : a critical companion.  Durham: Duke University Press, 1998

G        Phillips, Shelley.  Beyond the myths : mother-daughter relationships in psychology, history, literature and everyday life.  London: Penguin, 1991

CD        The piano favourites of Jane Austen.  Martin Souter, Isis Records, 1996

E.2        Picard, Liza.  Dr Johnson’s London : coffee-houses and climbing boys, medicine, toothpaste and gin, poverty and press-gangs, freakshows and female education.  London: Weidenfeld & Nicholson, 2000

F.2.3        Piggott, Patrick.  The innocent diversion : music in the life and writings of Jane Austen.  Ludlow, Shrops: Moonrise Press, 1979, 2011

D.1        Pliscou, Lisa.  Young Jane Austen : becoming a writer.  Deadwood OR: Wyatt-MacKenzie Publishing, 2015

F.2        Pool, Daniel.  What Jane Austen ate and Charles Dickens knew.  From fox-hunting to whist : the facts of daily life in C19th England.  New York: Touchstone, 1993

D.1        Poplawski, Paul.  A Jane Austen encyclopedia.  Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1998

B.1        Powell, Violet.  A Jane Austen compendium.  London: Heinemann, 1993

CDx9        Pride and prejudice (unabridged).  Read by Irene Sutcliffe.  Cover-to-cover, 1983

CD        Pride and prejudice.  Melvyn Tan (fortepiano); Carl Davis, BBC, 1995

Original soundtrack from the BBC television serial

CDx2        Pride and prejudice (abridged).  Read by Joanna Lumley.  Orbis

CDx10        Pride and prejudice (unabridged).  Read by Lindsay Duncan.  Chivers Audiobooks

CDx4        Pride and prejudice.  Smartpass study guides

DVD        Pride and prejudice.  BBC, 1980 (Elizabeth Garvie)

DVD        Pride and prejudice.  Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1940 (Greer Carson, Laurence Olivier)

DVD        Pride and prejudice.  BBC, 1995 (Jennifer Ehle)

DVD        Pride and prejudice.  Universal Pictures, 2006 (Keira Knightley)

MP3        Pride and prejudice.  Performed by Catherine Byers

D.3        Priestley, J.B.  The Prince of pleasure and his regency, 1811-1820.  London: Sphere Books, 1969

G        Proops, Marjorie.  Pride, prejudice and Proops : Jane Austen reexamined.  London: Lemon Tree Press, 1975

C.2        Pucci, Suzanne A. & Thompson, James [Eds.].  Jane Austen and Co.  Albany, NY: State University of New York Press, 2003

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E.1        Quin, Vera.  Jane Austen visits London.  Great Malvern, Worcs: Cappella Archive, 2008

E.1        Quin, Vera.  In Paris with Jane Austen.  Great Malvern, Worcs: Cappella Archive, 2005

E.3        Quint, Karin.  Jane Austen’s England.  Haarlem: J.H. Gottmer/H.J.W. Becht, 2007

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D.1        Radovici, Nadia.  A youthful love : Jane Austen and Tom Lefroy.  Braunton, Devon: Merlin Books, 1995

B.1        Raff, Sarah.  Jane Austen’s erotic advice.  Oxford: OUP, 2014

G        Ray, Joan Klingel.  Jane Austen for dummies.  Hoboken, NJ: Wiley Publishing, 2006

D.1        Reef, Catherine.  Jane Austen : a life revealed.  New York: Clarion Books, 2011

A.3.1        Richardson, Edited: George Saintsbury.  Sir Charles Grandison Vols.I and II.  London: George Allen, 1895

A.5        Riggs, Jennifer.  The late Mr Collins.  Gloucester: Choir Press, 2013

B.1        Rodi, Robert.  Bitch in a bonnet : reclaiming Jane Austen from the stiffs, the snobs, the simps and the saps.  Vol.1 - Sense and sensibility, Pride and prejudice, Mansfield Park.  2011

F.1        Ross, Josephine.  Jane Austen : a companion.  London: John Murray, 2002

A.5        Rossellini, Dorothea-Sofia.  Mrs Clay : the Austen expert’s companion to ‘Persuasion’.  Dorrigo, NSW: The Rabbits of Whisky Creek, 2016

A.5        Russell, Roslyn.  Maria returns - Barbados to Mansfield Park.  Flynn, ACT: Bobby Graham Publishers, 2014

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A.6        Sachs, Marilyn.  First impressions.  New Milford, CT: Holtzbrinck, 2006

F.1        Sales, Roger.  Jane Austen and representations of Regency England.  London & New York: Routledge, 1994

E.3        Sanderson, Caroline.  A rambling fancy : in the footsteps of Jane Austen.  London: Cadogan Guides, 2006

DVD        Sanditon.  Chris Brindle, 2014

                Documentary and film of a drama adaptation of the fragment, Sanditon

A.2        Sattler, Colleen.  Jane Austen’s tips for success.  Sydney: New Holland Publishers, 2017

A.6        Saunders, Kaitlin.  A modern day Sense and sensibility.  North Charleston, SC: Create Space Independent Publishing Platform, 2013

A.6        Schine, Cathleen.  The three Weissmanns of Westport.  New York: Sarah Crichton Books, 2010

B.1        Seeber, Barbara K.  General consent in Jane Austen : a study in dialogism.  Montreal: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2000

F.1        Seeber, Barbara K.  Jane Austen and animals.  Farnham, Surrey: Ashgate, 2013

A.1.2        Selwyn, David [Ed.].  Collected poems and verse of the Austen family.  Manchester: Carcanet Press, 1996

A.1.2        Selwyn, David [Ed.].  The complete poems of James Austen, Jane Austen’s eldest brother.  Chawton, Hants: Jane Austen Society, 2003

F.1        Selwyn, David.  Jane Austen and children.  London & New York: Continuum Press, 2010

F.1        Selwyn, David.  Jane Austen and leisure.  London: Hambledon Press, 1999

CDx3        Sense and sensibility (abridged).  Read by Juliet Stevenson.  Naxos Audiobooks

CDx11        Sense and sensibility (unabridged).  Read by Juliet Stevenson.  Naxos Audiobooks

CDx10        Sense and sensibility (unabridged).  Read by Susannah Harker.  Chivers Audiobooks

DVD        Sense and sensibility.  BBC, 2008

DVD        Sense and sensibility.  BBC, 1981 (Irene Richards, Tracey Childs)

DVD        Sense and sensibility.  BBC, 1971 (Joanna David, Sheila Ballantine)

MP3        Sense and sensibility.  Read by Nadia May

D.1        Shields, Carol.  Jane Austen.  London: Weidenfeld & Nicholson, 2001

A.6        Shorr, Victoria.  Midnight : three women at the hour of reckoning.  New York, NY: W.W. Norton & Co., 2019

A.6        Sittenfeld, Curtis.  Eligible.  London: Borough Press, 2016

A.5        Slater, Maya.  Mr Darcy’s diary : the romantic hero of Pride and prejudice tells his own story.  London: Phoenix, 2007

A.6        Smith, Alexander McCall.  Emma.  London: Borough Press, 2014

A.3.2        Smith, Elizabeth.  The compleat housewife.  Alton, Hants: Chawton House Library Books, 2009

G        Smith, Rebecca.  Jane Austen’s guide to modern life’s dilemmas : answers to your most burning questions about life, love, happiness (and what to wear).  Lewes, E. Sussex: Ivy Press, 2012

G        Smith, Rebecca.  The Jane Austen writers’ club : inspiration and advice from the world’s best-loved novelist.  London & New York: Bloomsbury, 2016

B.1        Southall, Raymond.  Literature, the individual and society.  London: Lawrence & Wishart, 1997

B.2        Southam, Brian.  Jane Austen : a student’s guide to the later manuscript works.  London: Concord Books, 2007

F.1.1.        Southam, Brian.  Jane Austen and the navy.  London: Hambledon & London, 2000

D.1        Spence, Jon.  Becoming Jane Austen.  London: Hambledon, 2003

D.2        Spence, Jon [Ed.].  Jane Austen’s brother abroad : the grand tour journals of Edward Austen.  Sydney: JASA Press, 2005

B.1        Spender, Dale.  Mothers of the novel.   London: Pandora, 1986

D.1        Stafford, Fiona.  Brief lives : Jane Austen.  London: Hesperus, 2008

B.1        Stovel, Nora Foster [Ed.].  Jane Austen and company : collected essays of Bruce Stovel.  Edmonton: University of Alberta Press, 2011

B.1        Stovel, Bruce & Gregg, Lynn Weinlos [Eds.].  The talk in Jane Austen.  Edmonton: University of Alberta Press, 2002

B.1        Sturrock, June.  Jane Austen’s families.  London: Anthem Press, 2013

A.2        Sullivan, Margaret C.  The Jane Austen handbook : a sensible yet elegant guide to her world.  Philadelphia, PA: Quick Books, 2007

D.3        Summerville, Christopher [Ed.].  Regency recollections : Captain Gronow’s guide to life in London and Paris.  Welwyn Garden City: Ravenhall Books, 2006

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