1: Sense and Sensibility: A Convergence of Readers/Viewers/Browsers.
2: A Critical History of Sense and Sensibility.
3: The Oppositional Reader and Pride and Prejudice.
4: Pride and Prejudice: Jane Austen and Her Readers.
5: Fanny Price's "Customary" Subjectivity: Rereading the Individual in Mansfield Park.
6: The Critical History of Mansfield Park.
7: Lampoon and Lampoonability: Emma and the Riddle of Popularity.
8: "And Very Good Lists They Were": Select Critical Readings of Jane Austen's Emma.
9: Rereading Jane Austen: Dialogic Feminism in Northanger Abbey.
10: Austen's Northanger Abbey: A Bibliographic Study.
11: Persuasion's Box of Contradictions.
12: Degrees of Maturity: The Bibliographic History of Jane Austen's Persuasion.
13: The Juvenilia: Energy Versus Sympathy.
14: Child's Play: A Short Publication and Critical History of Jane Austen's Juvenilia.
15: Tender Toes, Bow-Wows, Meow-Meows and the Devil: Jane Austen and the Nature of Evil.
16: Lady Susan: A Bibliographical Essay.
17: On the Virtues of Stout Half-Boots, Speculation and a Little Fresh Hair Powder: A Political, Yet Jovial, Reading of Jane Austen's the Watsons.
18: The Watsons: Critical Interpretations.
19: Jane Austen's Sanditon.
20: Jane Austen's Letters in the Nineteenth Century: The Politics of Nostalgia.
21: Humor and Wit in Jane Austen's Poems and Charades.
22: Jane Austen's Prayers: Deism Becoming Theism.
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