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This bibliography of books was derived basically by capturing and massaging the output from a FIND SUBJECT JANE AUSTEN search of an on-line library catalog, so I can blame any deficiencies on someone else! Generally I have retained only the first printing, ignoring reprints, and have only included one publisher when a book is published both in Britain and America. A slash "/" separates alternative titles that a book has been published under (or when a book has been published under both a long and a short title, the slash separates the part which is always included in the title from the part which is not). It may be more interesting to browse the subject index to this list, than this list itself.


  1. ??. Northanger set of Jane Austen horrid novels, Folio Press, 1968
    • [v.1] Horrid mysteries, by K. F. A. Grosse.
    • [v.2] The necromancer by K. F. Kahlert.
    • [v.3] The midnight bell, by F. Lathom.
    • [v.4] Castle of Wolfenbach, by E. Parsons.
    • [v.5] The mysterious warning, by E. Parsons.
    • [v.6] Clermont, by R. M. Roche.
    • [v.7] The orphan, by E. Sleath.
  2. Aaron Blake Publishers. The Jane Austen map of England, Aaron Blake, 1987. [Scale indeterminable.]
  3. Adams, Oscar Fay [1855-1919]. The story of Jane Austen's life, A. C. McClurg and company, 1891.
  4. Aiken, Joan, [1924-] Jane Fairfax: a novel to complement Emma by Jane Austen, Gollancz, 1990.
  5. Aldington, Richard [1892-1962]. Jane Austen, Ampersand Press, 1948.
  6. Amis, Kingsley. What became of Jane Austen? and other questions, Cape, 1970.
  7. Apperson, George Latimer [1857-1937]. A Jane Austen dictionary, C. Palmer, 1932.
  8. Armstrong, Isobel. Jane Austen, Mansfield Park, (Penguin Critical Studies) Penguin, 1988.
  9. Ashton, Helen [1891-1958]. Parson Austen's daughter, a novel, Collins, 1949.
  10. Atma Rama [1937-]. Woman as a novelist: a study of Jane Austen, Doaba House, 1989.
  11. Auerbach, Emily [1956-], Jocelyn Riley, Judith Strasser, James Tucker. The Courage to write: women novelists of 19th-century Europe, University of Wisconsin, 1991. [sound recording]
  12. Austen, Caroline Mary Craven [1805-1880]. Reminiscences of Caroline Austen, Jane Austen Society, 1986.
  13. Austen, Caroline Mary Craven [1805-1880]. My aunt Jane Austen: a memoir, Jane Austen Society, 1952.
  14. Austen, Jane [1775-1817.] Selected letters 1796-1817, Oxford University Press, 1985.
  15. Austen-Leigh, Emma [-1940], and Richard Arthur Austen-Leigh [1872-1961]. Jane Austen and Lyme Regis, Spottiswoode, Ballantyne and Co., 1944.
  16. Austen-Leigh, Emma [-1940]. Jane Austen and Steventon, Spottiswoode, Ballantyne and Co., 1937.
  17. Austen-Leigh, Emma [-1940]. Jane Austen and Bath, Spottiswoode, Ballantyne and Co., 1939.
  18. Austen-Leigh, J. E. (James Edward) [1798-1874]. A memoir of Jane Austen, to which is added 'Lady Susan' and fragments of two other unfinished tales by Miss Austen, Richard Bentley and Son, 1871.
  19. Austen-Leigh, Mary Augusta. Personal aspects of Jane Austen, J. Murray, 1920.
  20. Austen-Leigh, Richard Arthur [1872-1961]. Jane Austen at Southampton, Spottiswoode, Ballantyne, 1949.
  21. Austen-Leigh, William and Richard Arthur Austen-Leigh; revised and enlarged by Deirdre Le Faye. Jane Austen, a family record, British Library, 1989.
  22. Austen-Leigh, William and Richard Arthur Austen-Leigh. Jane Austen, her life and letters: a family record, Smith, Elder & Co., 1913.
  23. Babb, Howard S. Jane Austen's novels; the fabric of dialogue, Ohio State University Press, 1962.
  24. Bailey, John Cann [1864-1931]. Introductions to Jane Austen, Oxford University Press, 1931.
  25. Bankart, Phoebe. Jane Austen's Pride and prejudice, arranged for the stage, 19??.
  26. Barfoot, C. C. The thread of connection: aspects of fate in the novels of Jane Austen and others, Rodopi, 1982.
  27. Barr, John [1934-], and W. H. (William Hilton) Kelliher. Jane Austen, 1775-1817: catalogue of an exhibition held in the King's Library, British Library Reference Division, 9 December 1975 to 29 February 1976, British Museum Publications, 1975.
  28. Battaglia, Beatrice. La zitella illetterata: Parodia e ironia nei romanzi di Jane Austen, Longo, 1983.
  29. Becker, May Lamberton [1873-1958]. Presenting Miss Jane Austen; illustrated by Edward Price, Dodd, Mead, 1952.
  30. Beeching, H. C. (Henry Charles), ed. Essays and studies by members of the English Association; vol. II, Clarendon Press, 1911.
  31. Beer, Patricia. Reader, I married him: a study of the women characters of Jane Austen, Charlotte Brontë, Elizabeth Gaskell, and George Eliot, Barnes & Noble, 1974.
  32. Berendsen, Marjet. Reading character in Jane Austen's Emma, Van Gorcum, 1991.
  33. Berglund, Birgitta. Woman's whole existence: The house as an image in the novels of Ann Radcliffe, Mary Wollstonecraft, and Jane Austen, Lund University Press, 1993.
  34. Bloom, Harold, ed. Jane Austen, (Mod. Crit. Views) Chelsea House Publishers, 1986.
  35. Bloom, Harold, ed. Jane Austen's Emma, (Mod. Crit. Interpretations) Chelsea House Publishers, 1987.
  36. Bloom, Harold, ed. Jane Austen's Mansfield Park, (Mod. Crit. Interpretations) Chelsea House Publishers, 1987.
  37. Bloom, Harold, ed. Jane Austen's Pride and prejudice, Chelsea House Publishers, 1987.
  38. Boardman, Michael M., [1945-] Narrative innovation and incoherence: ideology in Defoe, Goldsmith, Austen, Eliot, and Hemingway, Duke University Press, 1992.
  39. Boles, Carolyn G. Jane Austen and the reader: rhetorical techniques in Northanger Abbey, Pride and prejudice, and Emma, School of Graduate and Professional Studies of the Emporia State University, 1981.
  40. Bonnell, Henry Houston [1859-1926]. Charlotte Brontë, George Eliot, Jane Austen; studies in their works, Longmans, Green, and Co., 1902.
  41. Bonnell, Henry Houston, [1859-1926]. Charlotte Brontë, George Eliot, Jane Austen; studies in their works, Longmans, Green, 1902.
  42. Booth, Bradford Allen [1909-], ed. Pride and prejudice: text, backgrounds, criticism, Harcourt, Brace & World, 1963.
  43. Brabourne, Edward Hugessen Knatchbull-Hugessen, first Baron [1829-1893]. Letters of Jane Austen, Bentley, 1884.
  44. Bradbrook, Frank, W. Jane Austen and her predecessors, Cambridge University Press, 1967, 1966.
  45. Bradbrook, Frank, W. Jane Austen: Emma, Edward Arnold, 1961.
  46. Bradley, A. C. (Andrew Cecil) [1851-1935]. A miscellany, Macmillan and Co., Limited, 1929.
  47. Brosch, Renate. Eleganz und Autonomie: die Auffassung vom Weiblichen bei Jane Austen, C. Winter Universitatsverlag, 1984.
  48. Brown, Helen. Jane Austen; a play, Duckworth 1939.
  49. Brown, Ivor John Carnegie [1891-]. Jane Austen and her world, Lutterworth P., 1966.
  50. Brown, Julia Prewitt [1948-]. Jane Austen's novels: social change and literary form, Harvard University Press, 1979.
  51. Brown, Lloyd Wellesley [1938-]. Bits of ivory; narrative techniques in Jane Austen's fiction, Louisiana State University Press, 1973.
  52. Brownstein, Rachel M. Becoming a heroine: reading about women in novels, Viking Press, 1982.
  53. Bruggemeier, Luise-Marie [1951-]. The journey of the self: Studien zum Reisemotiv im Roman Jane Austens, Lange, 1981.
  54. Buhler, Willi [1899-]. Die "erlebte Rede" im englischen Roman, in ihren Vorstufen und in ihrer Ausbildung im Werke Jane Austen's, Buchdruckerei Effingerhof a.-g., 1936.
  55. Burrows, J. F. (John Frederick). Computation into criticism: a study of Jane Austen's novels and an experiment in method, Clarendon Press, 1987.
  56. Burrows, J. F. (John Frederick). Jane Austen's Emma, Sydney University Press, 1968.
  57. Bush, Douglas [1896-]. Jane Austen, Macmillan, 1975.
  58. Bussby, Frederick. Jane Austen in Winchester, Friends of Winchester Cathedral, 1969.
  59. Butler, Marilyn. Jane Austen and the war of ideas, Clarendon Press, 1975.
  60. Byrde, Penelope. A frivolous distinction: fashion and needlework in the works of Jane Austen, Bath City Council, 1979?.
  61. Caedmon. The Cambridge treasury of English prose: Austen to Brontë, [sound recording] Caedmon, c1958.
    • "1816-1853: Austen to Brontë" -- Program guide.
    • Emma -- J. Austen
    • The heart of Mid-lothian -- W. Scott
    • The plain speaker -- W. Hazlitt
    • Biographia literaria -- S. T. Coleridge
    • Letter to Richard Woodhouse -- J. Keats
    • Essays of Elia -- C. Lamb
    • Confessions of an English opium-eater -- T. de Quincey
    • Imaginary conversations -- W. S. Landor
    • The French Revolution -- T. Carlyle
    • Critical and historical essays -- L. MacCaulay
    • Wuthering heights -- E. Brontë
    • Villette -- C. Brontë.
  62. Carpenter, T. Edward. The story of Jane Austen's Chawton home, Jane Austen Memorial Trust, 1976.
  63. Castellanos, Gabriela. Laughter, war, and feminism: elements of carnival in three of Jane Austen's novels, (Writing about women vol. 11), P. Lang, 1994.
  64. Cecil, David, Lord [1902-]. A portrait of Jane Austen, Constable, 1978.
  65. Cecil, David, Lord [1902-]. Jane Austen, Cambridge University press, 1935.
  66. Chapman, R. W. (Robert William) [1881-1960]. Jane Austen, Clarendon Press, 1963.
  67. Chapman, R. W. (Robert William) [1881-1960]. Jane Austen: a critical bibliography, Clarendon Press, 1953.
  68. Chapman, R. W. (Robert William) [1881-1960]. Jane Austen: facts and problems, Clarendon Press, 1949.
  69. Chapman, R. W. (Robert William) [1881-1960]., ed. Jane Austen's Letters to her sister Cassandra and others, Oxford University Press 1932, 1952.
  70. Clark, Robert, [1948-], ed. Sense and sensibility and Pride and prejudice -- Jane Austen, (New Casebooks) St. Martin's Press, 1994.
  71. Clarke, Isabel Constance. Six portraits, Hutchinson & Co., Ltd., 1935
    • Madame de Staël.
    • Jane Austen.
    • George Eliot.
    • Mrs. Oliphant.
    • John Oliver Hobbes (Mrs. Craigie)
    • Katherine Mansfield.
  72. Coates, James Rigby. Persuasion (Jane Austen), Blackwell, 1969.
  73. Collins, Irene. Jane Austen and the clergy, Hambledon Press, 1994.
  74. Cookson, Linda, and Bryan Loughrey, eds. Critical essays on Emma / Jane Austen, Longman, 1988.
  75. 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, Routledge and K. Paul, 1971.
  76. Cottom, Daniel. The civilized imagination: a study of Ann Radcliffe, Jane Austen, and Sir Walter Scott, Cambridge University Press, 1985.
  77. Cox, Richard Anthony. Mansfield Park (Jane Austen), Oxford, Blackwell, 1970.
  78. Craik, W. A. The Development of Jane Austen's comic art: Emma: Jane Austen's mature comic art, Audio Learning, 1978. [sound recording]
  79. Craik, W. A. Jane Austen in her time, Nelson, 1969.
  80. Craik, W. A. Jane Austen: the six novels, Methuen, 1965.
  81. Craik, W. A. Pride and prejudice: people and events. Pride and prejudice: moral intelligence, Audio Learning, 1978. [sound recording]
  82. Dalglish, Jack. Pride and prejudice (Jane Austen), B. Blackwell, 1962.
  83. Darwin, Francis, Sir [1848-1925]. Rustic sounds, and other studies in literature and natural history, J. Murray, 1917.
  84. De Rose, Peter L. and S. W. (Sterling W.) McGuire,. A concordance to the works of Jane Austen, Garland Pub., 1982.
  85. De Rose, Peter L. Jane Austen and Samuel Johnson, University Press of America, 1980.
  86. Devlin, D. D. (David Douglas). Jane Austen and education, Macmillan, 1975.
  87. Dhatwalia, H. R. [1946-]. Familial relationships in Jane Austen's novels, National Book Organisation, 1988.
  88. Douglas MacKinnon, Sir Frank, [1871-] ed. Grand larceny: being the trial of Jane Leigh Perrot [1746-1836], aunt of Jane Austen, [original title:] The trial of Jane Leigh Perrot, wife of James Leigh Perrot, Esq.; charged with stealing a card of lace, in the shop of Elizabeth Gregory ... at Taunton assizes, on Saturday the 29th day of March, 1800. Oxford University Press, 1937.
  89. Duckworth, Alistair M. [1936-]. The improvement of the estate: a study of Jane Austen's novels, Johns Hopkins Press, 1971.
  90. Dwyer, June. Jane Austen, (Lit. and Life: Brit. Writers) Continuum, 1989.
  91. Edwards, Anne-Marie. In the steps of Jane Austen, Arcady Books, 1985.
  92. Edwards, Anne-Marie. In the steps of Jane Austen, Countryside Books, 1991.
  93. Ehrenpreis, Irvin [1920-]. Acts of implication: suggestion and covert meaning in the works of Dryden, Swift, Pope, and Austen, University of California Press, 1980.
  94. Evans, Jessie Maud. Jane Austen: Northanger Abbey, J. Brodie, 1957.
  95. Evans, Mary [1946-]. Jane Austen and the state, Tavistock Publications, 1987.
  96. Farrar, Sidney. Jane Austen: Northanger Abbey, Hulton Educational Publications, 1962.
  97. Fast, Howard [1914-]. The novelist: a romantic portrait of Jane Austen, S. French, 1992.
  98. Fender, Stephen. and John Sutherland [1903-]. Jane Austen's Mansfield Park: the symbol of the house. Tone and meaning in Mansfield Park, Audio Learning, 1978. [sound recording]
  99. Fergus, Jan S. [1943-]. Jane Austen: a literary life, Macmillan, 1991.
  100. Fergus, Jan S. [1943-]. Jane Austen and the didactic novel: Northanger Abbey, Sense and Sensibility, and Pride and Prejudice, Macmillan, 1983.
  101. Fergus, Jan S. [1943-]. Jane Austen: the literary career, Macmillan, 1990.
  102. Firkins, Oscar W. [1864-1932]. Jane Austen, H. Holt and company, 1920.
  103. Fitzgerald, Percy Hetherington [1834-1925]. Jane Austen; a criticism and appreciation, Jarrold & sons, 1912.
  104. Fleishman, Avrom. A reading of Mansfield Park: an essay in critical synthesis, University of Minnesota Press, 1967.
  105. Folsom, Marcia McClintock, ed. Approaches to teaching Austen's Pride and prejudice, Modern Language Association of America, 1993.
    • Materials -- Marcia McClintock Folsom.
    • Editions. Criticism. Strategies for Discussion. A Jane Austen Chronology -- John McAleer.
    • Map for Pride and Prejudice -- Jane Langton
    • Approaches. Social History and Austen's Life. The Economic Realities of Jane Austen's Day -- Edward Copeland.
    • Home at Last: Biographical Background to Pride and Prejudice -- Ruth Perry.
    • The "Social History" of Pride and Prejudice -- Julia Prewitt Brown.
    • "I Am a Gentleman's Daughter": A Marxist-Feminist Reading of Pride and Prejudice -- Johanna M. Smith.
    • Austen's Unpublished Writing and Her Reading. Peevish Accents in the Juvenilia: A Feminist Key to Pride and Prejudice -- Susan Fraiman.
    • Pride and Prejudice and Jane Austen's Female Friendships -- Deborah Kaplan.
    • Literary Allusion in Pride and Prejudice -- Kenneth L. Moler.
    • The Influence of Richardson on Pride and Prejudice -- Jocelyn Harris.
    • Teaching about Structure and Theme. "Taking Different Positions": Knowing and
    • Feeling in Pride and Prejudice -- Marcia McClintock Folsom.
    • Surprise in Pride and Prejudice -- Bruce Stovel.
    • Teaching about the Marriage Plot -- Pamela S. Bromberg.
    • Family Plots: Pride and Prejudice as a Novel about Parenting -- Paula Bennett.
    • Teaching about Language. A Feminist and Formalist Approach to Close Reading -- Elizabeth Langland.
    • The Duets of Pride and Prejudice -- Marylea Meyersohn.
    • The New Romance in Pride and Prejudice -- Susan Kneedler.
    • Talking about Talking -- Juliet McMaster.
  106. Foltinek, Herbert. Vorstufen zum viktorianischen Realismus; der englische Roman von Jane Austen bis Charles Dickens, W. Braumuller, 1968.
  107. Frankenberger, Julius [1888-]. Jane Austen und die Entwicklung des englischen burgerlichen Romans im achtzehnten Jahrhundert, Druck von R. Wagner Sohn, 1910.
  108. Freeman, Jean Todd. Jane Austen in Bath, Jane Austen Society, 1969.
  109. Freeman, Kathleen [1897-1959]. T'other Miss Austen, MacDonald, 1956.
  110. Gard, Roger [1936-]. Jane Austen's novels: the art of clarity, Yale University Press, 1992.
  111. Gard, Roger [1936-]. Jane Austen, Emma and Persuasion, Penguin, 1985.
  112. Garnett, Christopher Browne [1906-]. Taste; an essay in critical imagination, Exposition Press, 1968.
  113. Gillaspie, J. A., ed. Jane Austen songs, Pavilion records, 1989. [sound recording]
  114. Gillie, Christopher. A preface to Jane Austen, Longman, 1974.
  115. Gilson, David. A bibliography of Jane Austen, Oxford University Press, 1982. [Reprinted with corrections and new introduction 1997]
  116. Glage, Liselotte. Jane Austen, "Pride and prejudice", (Text und Geschichte: Modellanalysen zur Englischen und Amerikanischen Literatur) Wilhelm Fink, 1984.
  117. Goad, Kathleen May. Jane Austen: Persuasion, J. Brodie, 1954.
  118. Gooneratne, Yasmine [1935-]. Jane Austen, Cambridge University Press, 1970.
  119. Gorman, Anita G. [1939-]. The body in illness and health: themes and images in Jane Austen, Peter Lang, 1993.
  120. Goubert, Pierre. Jane Austen: étude psychologique de la romancière, Presses universitaires de France, 1975.
  121. Gould, Jean. Jane, Houghton Mifflin company, 1947.
  122. Gray, Donald J., ed. Pride and prejudice: an authoritative text, backgrounds, and sources criticism, W.W. Norton, 1993.
  123. Gray, Donald J., ed. Pride and prejudice: an authoritative text, backgrounds, reviews, and essays in criticism, Norton, 1966.
  124. Greene, Donald Johnson et. al. Jane Austen, 1775-1975, University of California, 1975.
  125. Grey, J. David, ed., A. Walton Litz and Brian Southam, consulting editors. The Jane Austen companion, with A dictionary of Jane Austen's life and works by H. Abigail Bok, Macmillan, 1986.
  126. Grey, J. David, ed. Jane Austen's beginnings: the Juvenilia and Lady Susan, UMI Research Press, 1989.
  127. Halperin, John [1941-]. The life of Jane Austen, Johns Hopkins University Press, 1984.
  128. Halperin, John [1941-], ed. Jane Austen: bicentenary essays, Cambridge University Press, 1975.
  129. Halperin, John, [1941-] Jane Austen's lovers: and other studies in fiction and history from Austen to le Carre, St. Martin's Press, 1988.
  130. Halperin, John, [1941-] and Janet Kunert, [1936-]. Plots and characters in the fiction of Jane Austen, the Brontës, and George Eliot, Archon Books, 1976.
  131. Handler, Richard [1950-] & Daniel Alan Segal [1958-]. Jane Austen and the fiction of culture: An essay on the narration of social realities, University of Arizona Press, 1990.
  132. Handley, Graham. Jane Austen, (Criticism in Focus) St. Martin's Press, 1992.
  133. Hardwick, Michael [1924-]. A guide to Jane Austen / The Osprey guide to Jane Austen, Scribner, 1973.
  134. Hardy, Barbara Nathan. A reading of Jane Austen, Owen, 1975.
  135. Hardy, J. P. (John P.) [1933-]. Jane Austen's heroines: intimacy in human relationships, Routledge & K. Paul, 1984.
  136. Harris, Jocelyn. Jane Austen's art of memory, Cambridge University Press, 1989. [A review of this book is available on-line.]
  137. Havely, Cicely Palser. A study guide to Mansfield Park, Open University Press, 1982.
  138. Heath, William Webster [1929-]. Discussions of Jane Austen, Boston, Heath, 1961.
  139. Helm, W. H. (William Henry) [1860-1936]. Jane Austen and her country-house comedy, E. Nash, 1909.
  140. Hickman, Peggy. A Jane Austen household book, with Martha Lloyd's recipes, David & Charles, 1977.
  141. Hill, Constance [1844?-1929]. Jane Austen: her homes and her friends, John Lane, 1904.
  142. Hinkley, Laura L. Ladies of literature: Fanny Burney, Jane Austen, Charlotte and Emily Brontë, Elizabeth Barrett Browning, George Eliot, Hastings house, 1947.
  143. Hodge, Jane Aiken. Only a novel / The double life of Jane Austen, Hodder and Stoughton, 1972.
  144. Honan, Park. Jane Austen: her life, Weidenfield and Nicholson, 1987.
  145. Horwitz, Barbara Jane. Jane Austen and the question of women's education, Peter Lang, 1991.
  146. Hubback, J. H. (John Henry) [1844-] and Edith C. (Edith Charlotte) Hubback [1876-]. Jane Austen's sailor brothers: being the adventures of Sir Francis Austen, G.C.B., Admiral of the Fleet, and Rear-Admiral Charles Austen, J. Lane, 1906.
  147. Hubback, John Austen, Sir [1878-1968]. The parents in Jane Austen's novels, 1960.
  148. Hubbard, Elbert [1856-1915]. Little journeys to the homes of famous women, G. P. Putnam's sons, 1897.
  149. Hudson, Glenda A. [1959-]. Sibling love and incest in Jane Austen's fiction, Macmillan, 1992.
  150. Hughes-Hallett, Penelope [1927-], ed. My dear Cassandra / The letters of Jane Austen, Collins & Brown, 1990.
  151. Hunt, Linda C. A woman's portion: ideology, culture, and the British female novel tradition, Garland Pub., 1988.
  152. Hurley, Joan Mason. Our own particular Jane, A Room of One's Own Press, 1975. ["A piece of theatre based on the life, letters, and literature of Jane Austen."].
  153. Innes, Kathleen Elizabeth Royds. Hampshire pilgrimages; men and women who have sojourned in Hampshire: Jane Austen, Charlotte Mary Yonge, Florence Nightingale, Gilbert White, William Cobbett, Dr. Joseph Stevens [and] lovers of Test and Itchen, 1st ed., W. Sessions, 1948.
  154. Institut fur Anglistik und Amerikanistik, Universitat Salzburg. Studies in nineteenth century literature, 1980.
  155. Isaacs, Enid. In Jane Austen's country, Mulini Press, 1975.
  156. Jack, Adolphus Alfred [1868-1945]. Essays on the novel, as illustrated by Scott and Miss Austen, 1897.
  157. James, Selma. The ladies and the mammies: Jane Austen & Jean Rhys, Falling Wall Press, 1983.
  158. Jane Austen Society. Collected reports of the Jane Austen Society, 1976-1985, Jane Austen Society, 1989.
  159. Jane Austen Society, Elizabeth Jenkins ed. Collected reports of the Jane Austen Society, 1949-1965, Dawson, 1967.
  160. Jane Austen Society. Collected reports of the Jane Austen Society, 1966-1975, Dawson, 1977.
  161. Jefferson, Douglas William [1912-]. Jane Austen's Emma: a landmark in English fiction, Sussex University Press, 1977.
  162. Jenkins, Elizabeth [1907-]. Jane Austen / a biography, 1938.
  163. Jerome, Helen [1883-]. Pride and prejudice: a sentimental comedy in three acts, dramatized from Jane Austen's novel, S. French, 1936.
  164. Johnson, Claudia L. Jane Austen: women, politics, and the novel, University of Chicago Press, 1988.
  165. Johnson, Claudia L. Equivocal beings: politics, gender, and sentimentality in the 1790s: Wollstonecraft, Radcliffe, Burney, Austen, University of Chicago Press, 1995.
  166. Johnson, R. Brimley (Reginald Brimley) [1867-1932]. Jane Austen / her life, her work, her family, and her critics, Sheed & Ward, 1927.
  167. Jones, Ann H. Ideas and innovations: best sellers of Jane Austen's age, AMS Press, 1986.
  168. Jones, Vivien [1952-]. How to study a Jane Austen novel, Macmillan, 1987.
  169. Kaplan, Deborah [1950-]. Jane Austen among women, Johns Hopkins University Press, 1992. [A review of this book is available on-line.]
  170. Kaplan, Charles, [1919-] ed. The overwrought urn; a potpourri of parodies of critics who triumphantly present the real meaning of authors from Jane Austen to J. D. Salinger, Pegasus, 1969.
    • Pierre Menard, author of Don Quixote, by J. L. Borges.
    • The romantic triumph: the warp and the wolf, by R. M. Myers.
    • The transcendentalists, by R. Armour.
    • Thomas Mann and eighteenth-century comic fiction, by W. Booth.
    • How to criticize a poem, by T. Spencer.
    • The greatest English lyric? A new reading of Joe E. Skilmer's Therese, by J. F. Nims.
    • Eliot among the nightingales: fair and foul, by C. Kaplan.
    • Invictus: a regurgitation, by I. Wallach.
    • The ghost of Christmas past: Stopping by woods on a snowy evening, by H. R. Coursen, Jr.
    • The secret of The secret sharer bared, by B. Harkness.
    • Mrs. Bennet and the dark gods: the key to Jane Austen, by D. Bush.
    • Eloise disclosed, by F. Lamport.
    • Patristic exegesis: a medieval Tom Sawyer, by J. Halverson.
    • Six, sex, sick: Seymour, some comments, by C. V. Genthe.
    • Christian symbolism in Lucky Jim, by R. Conquest.
    • A. A. Milne's honey-balloon-pit-gun-tail-bathtubcomplex, by F. C. Crews.
    • Shakespeare explained, by R. Benchley.
    • An imaginary review, by J. C. Squire.
    • Notes and comments, by motley hands.
    • My memories of D. H. Lawrence, by J. Thurber.
    • Tiptoeing down memory lane, by R. Benchley.
    • The critics: a conversation, by E. Wilson.
    • Chicago letter, by W. B. Scott.
    • Dover Beach revisited, by T. Morrison.
    • Contributors to this issue, by R. Benchley.
  171. Kaye-Smith, Sheila [1887-1956] and G. B. (Gladys Bronwyn) Stern [1890-]. More talk of Jane Austen. / More about Jane Austen, Harper, 1949.
  172. Kaye-Smith, Sheila [1887-1956] and G. B. (Gladys Bronwyn) Stern [1890-]. Speaking of Jane Austen. / Talking of Jane Austen, Cassell and company, Ltd., 1943.
  173. Keener, Frederick M. [1937-]. The chain of becoming: The philosophical tale, the novel, and a neglected realism of the Enlightenment: Swift, Montesquieu, Voltaire, Johnson, and Austen, Columbia University Press, 1983.
  174. Kennedy, Margaret [1896-1967]. Jane Austen, A. Barker, 1950.
  175. Kestner, Joseph A. Jane Austen: spatial structure of thematic variations, Institut fur Englische Sprache und Literatur, Universitat Salzburg, 1974.
  176. Keynes, Geoffrey, Sir [1887-]. Jane Austen: a bibliography, Nonesuch Press, 1929.
    • I. Original editions.
    • II. First American editions.
    • III. French translations.
    • IV. Collected editions.
    • V. Separate reprints.
    • VI. Letters.
    • VII. Miscellaneous writings.
    • VIII. Biography and criticism.
    • IX. Books from Jane Austen's library.
  177. Kirkham, Margaret. Jane Austen, feminism and fiction, Harvester Press, 1983.
  178. Konigsberg, Ira. Narrative technique in the English novel: Defoe to Austen, Archon Books, 1985.
  179. Koppel, Gene. The religious dimension of Jane Austen's novels, UMI Research Press, 1988.
  180. Koste, Virginia Glasgow. I remain -- J. Austen: a play in one act, Dramatic Publishing, 1993.
  181. Kroeber, Karl [1926-]. Styles in fictional structure; the art of Jane Austen, Charlotte Brontë, George Eliot, Princeton University Press, 1971.
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    • Thackeray, a novelist by accident, by J. Y. T. Greig.
    • A note on Dickens' humor, by D. Bush.
    • Self-help and the helpless in Bleak House, by G. H. Ford.
    • Form and substance in the Brontë novels, by M. R. Watson.
    • Charlotte Brontë's "New" Gothic, by R. B. Heilman.
    • Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell, by Y. Ffrench.
    • Trollope's Orley Farm: artistry Mangue, by B. A. Booth.
    • Anthony Trollope: the Palliser novels, by A. Mizener.
    • George Eliot's originals, by G. S. Haight.
    • Middlemarch, George Eliot's masterpiece, by S. J. Ferris.
    • Charles Reade's Christie Johnstone: a portrait of the artist as a young pre-Raphaelite, by W. Burns.
    • George Meredith's One of our conquerors, by F. Gudas.
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    • The spiritual theme of George Gissing's Born in exile, by Korg.
    • Samuel Butler and Bloomsbury, by W. V. O'Connor.
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    • Neville Davies, H.: Dryden's Rahmenerzahlung: the form of An essay of dramatick poesie.
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  307. Tucker, George Holbert. A goodly heritage: a history of Jane Austen's family, Carcanet New Press, 1983.
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  320. Wallace, Tara Ghoshal [1952-]. Jane Austen and narrative authority, Macmillan, 1995.
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    • Jane Austen, 1775-1817.
    • Eliza Fletcher, 1770-1858.
    • Anne Woodrooffe, 1766-1830.
    • Mary Martha Butt, 1775-1795.
    • Mary Anne Schimmelpenninck, 1778-1856.
    • Charlotte Elizabeth Tonna, 1790-1846.
    • Mary Somerville, 1780-1872.
    • Harriet Grote, 1792-1878.
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  336. Wood, Nigel, ed. Mansfield Park, Open University Press, 1993.
  337. Wright, Andrew H. Jane Austen's novels: a study in structure, Chatto & Windus, 1953.

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