Global Jane Austen

Pleasure, Passion, and Possessiveness in the Jane Austen Community

  • Editors
  • Laurence Raw
  • Robert G. Dryden

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-ix
  2. Robert G. Dryden, Laurence Raw
    Pages 1-11
  3. Sheryl Cornett
    Pages 51-63
  4. Sarah Artt, Kenneth Longden, Janet McCabe, Serena Formica, Paul Tucker, John Wyver
    Pages 65-81
  5. Jeremy Strong
    Pages 83-102
  6. Robert G. Dryden
    Pages 103-117
  7. Richard Berger
    Pages 119-141
  8. Marina Cano-López
    Pages 143-164
  9. James P. Carson
    Pages 165-187
  10. Elise Barker
    Pages 189-201
  11. Anette Svensson
    Pages 203-220
  12. Harish Trivedi, Vishala Urivi, Ruth Vanita, Anshoo Sharma, Harsha Kumari Singh, Ashima Kanwar
    Pages 239-253
  13. Rana Tekcan
    Pages 255-269
  14. Laurence Raw
    Pages 271-282
  15. Back Matter
    Pages 283-296

About this book


Despite dying in relative obscurity, Jane Austen has become a global force as different readers across time, space and media have responded to her work. This volume examines the ways in which her novels affect individual psychologies and how Janeites experience her work, from visiting her home to public re-enactments to films based on her writings.


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