7. Working Bibliography

Jane Austen & the Arts
  • Alexander, Peter F.  “‘Robin Adair’ as  a Musical Clue in Jane Austen’s Emma.” Review of English Studies 39.153 (1988): 84-86.  Web.
  • Barchas, Janine.  “Artistic Names in Austen’s Fiction: Cameo Appearances by Prominent Painters.” Persuasions 31 (2009): 145-162.
  • —————.  “Very Austen: Accounting for the Language of Emma.”  Nineteenth-Century Literature 62.3 (2007): 303-338.
  • Bertelsen, Lance.  “Spontaneous Composite Portraits of Jane Austen.”  Persuasions 35.2 (2014).  Web.
  • Bjarnason, Palma.  “‘Worth Looking At’: Performance Prowess in Emma’s Scenes of Dance.” Persuasions 29 (2007): 145-154.
  • Bove, Alexander.  “The ‘Unbearable Realism of a Dream’: On the Subject of Portraits in Austen and Dickens.”  ELH 74.3 (2007): 655-679.
  • Burgan, Mary. “Heroines at the Piano: Women and Music in Nineteenth-century Fiction.” Victorian Studies 30.1 (1986): 51–76. Web.
  • Denman, Helen C.  “Portraits of Jane Austen.”  Persuasions 3 (1981): 12-13.
  • Drum, Alice.  “Pride and Prestige: Jane Austen and the Professions.”  College Literature 36.3 (2009): 92-115.
  • Duquette, Natasha and Elisabeth Lenckos.  Jane Austen and the Arts: Elegance, Propiety, and Harmony.  Lanham: Lehigh University Press, 2014.
  • Gay, Penny.  “Jane Fairfax and the ‘She Tragedies’ of the Eighteenth Century.” Persuasions. 29 (2007): 121-130.
  • Hewson, Lance.  “Music and Literature: Beyond the Sociocultural Context.”  Anglophonia 11 (2002): 19-27.
  • Kickel, Katherine.  “General Tilney’s Timely Approach to the Improvement of the Estate in Jane Austen’s Northanger Abbey.”  Nineteenth-Century Literature 63.2 (2008): 145-169.
  • Kimber, Marian Wilson.  “Musical Topics, Historical Styles and Narrative in Carl Davis’s Score for Pride and Prejudice (1995).” Journal of Adaptation in Film and Performance 6.2 (2013): 141-155.
  • Kirkham, Margaret.  “Portraits.”  In The Cambridge Edition of the Works of Jane Austen: Jane Austen in Context.  ed. Janet Todd and Deirdre Le Faye.  Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 467.
  • —————.  “The Austen Portraits and the Received Biography.”  Women & Literature 3 (1983): 29-38.
  • Lansdown, Richard.  “‘Rare in Burlesque’: Northanger Abbey.”  Philological Quarterly 83.1 (2004): 61-81.
  • Libin, Kathryn L. Shanks.  “Music, Character, and Social Standing in Jane Austen’s Emma.”  Persuasions 22 (2000): 15-30.
  • —————.  “Lifting the Heart to Rapture: Harmony, Nature, and the Unmusical Fanny Price.” Persuasions.  28 (2006): 137-149.
  • Lustig, Jodi.  “The Piano’s Progress: The Piano in Play in the Victorian Novel.” In Sophie Fuller and Nicky Losseff, eds. The Idea of Music in Victorian Fiction Aldershot: Ashgate, 2004: 297.
  • Miller, Kathleen Ann.  “Haunted Heroines: The Gothic Imagination and the Female Bildungsromane of Jane Austen, Charltte Bronte, and L.M. Montgomery.” Lion and Unicorn 34.2 (2010), 125-147.
  • Murray, Douglas.  “Jane Austen’s ‘Passion for Taking Likenesses’: Portraits of the Prince Regent in Emma.”  Persuasions 29 (2007): 132-144.
  • Nigro, Jeffrey A.  “Reading Portraits at Pemberley.”  Persuasions 34.1 (2013).  Web.
  • Nowack, Tenille.  “Regina Maria’s Roche’s ‘Horrid’ Novel: Echoes of Clermond in Jane Austen’s Northanger Abbey.” Persuasions 29 (2007): 184-193.
  • Perry, Ruth.  “Music.” In The Cambridge Companion to Emma.  ed. Claudia Johnson.  Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2015.  219
  • Sabor, Peter.  “Brotherly and Sisterly Dedication in Jane Austen’s Juvenilia.”  Persuasions 31 (2009): 33-46.
  • —————.  “Staring in Astonishment’: Portraits and Prints in Persuasion.”  In Jane Austen’s Business: Her World and Her Profession.  ed. Juliet McMaster and Bruce Stovel. New York: Macmillan–St. Martin’s 1996.
  • Sandock, Mollie.  ” ‘I Burn with Contempt for My Foes’: Jane Austen’s Music Collections and Women’s Lives in Regency England.” Persuasions 23 (2001): 105-117.
  • Tate, Margaret Watkins.  “Resources for Solitude: Proper Self-Sufficiency in Jane Austen.” Philosophy and Literature 31.2 (2007): 323.343.
  • Upfall, Annette and Christine Alexander.  “Are We Ready for New Directions? Jane Austen’s The History of England & Cassandra’s Portraits.”  Persuasions 30.2 (2010).  Web.
  • Wallace, Robert K.  Jane Austen and Mozart: Classical Equilibrium in Fiction and Music.  Athena: University of Georgia Press, 1983.  Print.
  • Wells, Juliette.  “‘In Music She Had Always Used to Feel Alone in the World’: Jane Austen, Solitude, and the Artistic Woman.”  Persuasions 26 (2004): 98-110.
  • —————.  “A Harpist Arrives at Mansfield Park: Music and the Moral Ambiguity of Mary Crawford.”  Persuasions 28 (2006): 101-114.
  • Wood, Gillen D’Arcy.  “Austen’s Accomplishments: Music and the Modern Heroine.” In A Companion to Jane Austen. ed. Claudia L. Johnson and Clara Tuite.  Chicester: Wiley Blackwell, 2009: 537.
  • —————.  Romanticism and Music Culture in Britain, 1770-1840: Virtue and Virtuosity Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2010.
  • Young, Kay.  Imagining Minds: The Neuro-Aesthetics of Austen, Eliot, and Hardy.  Columbus: Ohio State University Press, 2010.
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