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  1. 1. Jane Austen referencesUm guia bibliográfico sobre Jane Austen e sua obra
  2. 2. APRESENTAÇÂO A idéia de montar um guia bibliográfico sobre Jane Austen e sua obrasurgiu enquanto eu fazia uma pesquisa para meu Trabalho de Conclusão deCurso sobre as três principais obras de J.R.R Tolkien. Após procurar embibliotecas e livrarias virtuais, percebi que não existem muitos livros, artigos etrabalhos acadêmicos em português sobre Tolkien ou estudando suas obras. Apesquisa por referências bibliográficas acontecia na mesma medida em que aescrita do meu trabalho evoluía. Muitos dos trabalhos sobre Tolkien faziamreferências a J.K. Rowling; alguns destes, por sua vez, citavam trabalhos deJane Austen. Eu anotava as referências que encontrava, em inglês eportuguês, mesmo quando não as utilizava; quando percebi a quantidade dereferências que já havia conseguido, comecei a esboçar o guia. Com a ajudado editor de imagens do site Polyvore, comecei a montar as primeirasilustrações planejadas para a capa. Espero que este guia bibliográfico sobreJane Austen e sua obra possa auxiliar as futuras pesquisas sobre a grandeescritora.
  3. 3. SUMÁRIOINTRODUÇÃO............................................................................................... 031 OBRAS PRINCIPAIS................................................................................ 041.1 EDIÇÕES BRASILEIRAS........................................................................ 042 OBRAS PÓSTUMAS………………………………………………………….. 052.1 EDIÇÕES BRASILEIRAS........................................................................ 053 OBRAS CURTAS....................................................................................... 063.1 OUTRAS EDIÇÕES................................................................................. 064 OBRAS DA JUVENILIA............................................................................ 074.1 OUTRAS EDIÇÕES................................................................................. 075 OBRAS DE REFERÊNCIA…………………………………………………… 095.1 EDIÇÕES EM PORTUGUÊS.................................................................. 116 OBRAS BASEADAS.................................................................................. 126.1 EDIÇÕES BRASILEIRAS........................................................................ 167 SEQUÊNCIAS………………………………………………………………….. 177.1 EDIÇÕES BRASILEIRAS........................................................................ 338 GUIAS........................................................................................................ 348.1 EDIÇÕES BRASILEIRAS…………………………………………………… 349 TRABALHOS ACADÊMICOS................................................................... 359.1 TESES.................................................................................................... 359.2 ARTIGOS................................................................................................ 36NOTAS
  4. 4. INTRODUÇÃO Jane Austen nasceu em 1775, em Steventon, Hamphire, na Inglaterra.Ela era a sétima filha do reverendo George Austen e de Cassandra Leigh.Jane e Cassandra, sua irmão mais velha, eram as únicas mulheres entre osoito irmãos. Ambas freqüentaram um internato em Reading, mas a maior partede sua educação foi feita no âmbito familiar. O pai delas possuía uma ampla biblioteca, e todos na família eramávidos leitores. Os Austen também faziam representações teatrais na reitoriade Stenventon. Entre 1795 e 1799 começou a redigir as primeiras versões dosromances que se publicariam sob os nomes de Razão e Sensibilidade, Orgulhoe Preconceito e Abadia de Northanger. Em 1803, Jane Austen conseguiu vender seu romance, Abadia deNorthanger, por 10 libras esterlinas, apesar de o livro ter sido publicadosomente 14 anos depois. Com a morte de seu pai, Jane, Cassandra e sua mãeficaram em situação econômica precária e elas passaram a depender dosirmãos. As três viveram em Southampton e em Chawton, onde Jane retomousuas atividades literárias. Razão e Sensibilidade foi publicado anonimamente em 1811 e tevealgumas críticas favoráveis. Dois anos depois, seu novo livro Orgulho ePreconceito foi publicado. A identidade da autora começou a difundir-se com apopularidade desta obra e no ano seguinte surgiu Mansfield Park. Nos anosseguintes, surgiu Emma e Persuasão, mas um mal estar fez com que Janedeixasse Sandition de lado. Para receber tratamento médico foi levada a Winchester, onde faleceuem 18 de julho de 1817. Em testamento, legou tudo o que tinha para sua irmãCassandra. Na época, não se sabia a causa de sua morte; hoje, considera-seque foi pela Doença de Addison. Jane Austen está enterrada na Catedral deWinchester.
  5. 5. 1 OBRAS PRINCIPAIS As primeiras obras publicadas de Jane Austen, assim como asprimeiras edições brasileiras¹.AUSTEN, Jane. Emma. London, UK: John Murray, 1815. 3 v.AUSTEN, Jane. Mansfield Park. Whitehall, London: Thomas Egerton, MilitaryLibrary, 1814. 3 v.AUSTEN, Jane. Pride and Prejudice. Whitehall, London: Thomas Egerton,Military Library, 1813. 3 v.AUSTEN, Jane. Sense and Sensibility. Whitehall, London: Thomas Egerton,Military Library, 1811. 3 v.1.1 EDIÇÕES BRASILEIRASAUSTEN, Jane. Emma. Rio de Janeiro: Nova Fronteira, 1996.AUSTEN, Jane. Mansfield Park. Rio de Janeiro: José Olympio, 1944. [477] p.(Fogos Cruzados)AUSTEN, Jane. Orgulho e Preconceito. Rio de Janeiro: José Olympio, 1940.336 p. (Fogos Cruzados)AUSTEN, Jane. Razão e Sentimento. Rio de Janeiro: José Olympio, 1944.349 p. (Fogos Cruzados)
  6. 6. 2 OBRAS PÓSTUMAS As obras póstumas da escritora e as primeiras edições brasileiras.AUSTEN, Jane. Northanger Abbey. London, UK: John Murray, 1817. 4 v.AUSTEN, Jane. Pesuasion. London, UK: John Murray, 1818. 4 v.2.1 EDIÇÕES BRASILEIRASAUSTEN, Jane. Abadia de Northanger. Rio de Janeiro: Panamericana, 1944.244 p.AUSTEN, Jane. Persuasão. Rio de Janeiro: Bruguera Brasil, 1971. 280 p.(Clássicos do Mundo Todo)AUSTEN, Jane. Persuasão: edição definitiva e comentada seguido de duasnovelas inéditas - Lady Susan e Jack e Alice. Rio de Janeiro: Zahar, 2012. 360p.
  7. 7. 3 OBRAS CURTAS As chamadas “obras curtas”². Devido ao fato de que essas obras forampublicadas incompletamente, edições atuais também são mencionadas.AUSTEN, Jane. Lady Susan. [S.l.: S.n]: 1871.AUSTEN, Jane. Sandition. [S.l.: S.n]: 1817.AUSTEN, Jane. The Watsons. [S.l.: S.n]: 1804.3.1 OUTRAS EDIÇÕESAUSTEN, Jane. Sanditon and other stories. New York, NY: Alfred A. Knopf,1996. 502 p.ALEXANDER, Christine; OWEN, David. Jane Austens Lady Susan. Sidney,NSW: Juvenilia Press, 2005. 110 p.
  8. 8. 4 OBRAS DA JUVENILIA As obras da juvenília³, livros que Jane Austen escreveu durante suajuventude. As edições aqui mostradas são as primeiras. Algumas delas forampublicadas depois, por isso resolvi mostrar as edições mais atuais de algumasdas obras. Todas em inglês.AUSTEN, Jane. Amelia Webster. [S.l.: S.n]: [1787-1791].AUSTEN, Jane. Catherine, or the Bower. [S.l.: S.n]: 1792.AUSTEN, Jane. Evelyn. [S.l.: S.n]: 1792.AUSTEN, Jane. Frederic & Elfrida. [S.l.: S.n]: [1787-1791].AUSTEN, Jane. Henry & Eliza: a novel. [S.l.: S.n]: [1787-1791].AUSTEN, Jane. Jack & Alice. [S.l.: S.n]: [1787-1791].AUSTEN, Jane. Lesley Castle. [S.l.: S.n]: 1792.AUSTEN, Jane. Love and Frendship. [S.l.: S.n]: 1790.AUSTEN, Jane. Sir Charles Grandson. [S.l.: S.n]: 1791.AUSTEN, Jane. The beautiful Cassandra. [S.l.: S.n]: [1787-1791].AUSTEN, Jane. The History of England. [S.l.: S.n]: 1791.AUSTEN, Jane. The three sisters. [S.l.: S.n]: 1792.4.1 OUTRAS EDIÇÕESAUSTEN, Jane. Love and friendship and other early works. Lehi, UT:CreateSpace, 2010. 94 p.FERGUS, Jan et al. Jane Austens Lesley Castle. Sidney, NSW: JuveniliaPress, 2006. 48 p.FERGUS, Jan et al. Jane Austens The History of England. Sidney, NSW:Juvenilia Press, 2007. 39 p.HARTNICK, Karen L. et al. Jane Austens Henry and Eliza. Sidney, NSW:Juvenilia Press, 1996. 23 p.
  9. 9. MCMASTER, Juliet. Jane Austens The Beautifull Cassandra. Sidney, NSW:Juvenilia Press, 1993. [40] p.MCMASTER, Juliet et al. Jane Austens A Collection of Letters. Sidney,NSW: Juvenilia Press, 1998. 44 p.MCMASTER, Juliet et al. Jane Austens Catharine or the Bower. Sidney,NSW: Juvenilia Press, 2005. 59 p.MCMASTER, Juliet et al. Jane Austens Love and Freindship. Sidney, NSW:Juvenilia Press, 2006. 47 p.SABOR, Peter et al. Jane Austens Evelyn. Sidney, NSW: Juvenilia Press,1999. 38 p.SABOR, Peter; HUNT, Sylvia; KORTES-PAPP, Victoria. Jane AustensFrederic & Elfrida. Sidney, NSW: Juvenilia Press, 2002. 29 p.UFPAL, Annette; ALEXANDER, Christine. Jane Austens The History ofEngland & Cassandra’s Portraits. Sidney, NSW: Juvenilia Press, 2009. 74 p.WIESENFARTH, Joseph et al. Jane Austens Jack & Alice: A Novel. Sidney,NSW: Juvenilia Press, 2001. 38 p.WIESENFARTH, Joseph; MAESTRELLI, Laura; SMITH, Kristin. Jane AustensThe Three Sisters. Sidney, NSW: Juvenilia Press, 2004. 30 p.
  10. 10. 5 OBRAS DE REFERÊNCIA Obras que de alguma forma fazem referência a vida e ao trabalho deJane Austen: biografias e obras que abordam determinados aspectos de seuslivros. A única edição em português é uma publicação portuguesa.ADAMS, Oscar Fay. The story of Jane Austens life. Boston, MA: Lee andShepard, 1896. 332 p.AUERBACH, Emilt. Searching for Jane Austen. Madison, WI: University ofWisconsin Press, 2004. 344 p.AUSTEN-LEIGH, James Edward. A memoir of Jane Austen. Charleston, SC:Forgotten Books, 2010. 382 p.AUSTEN-LEIGH, James Edward. A memoir of Jane Austen and otherfamily recollections. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press, 2002. 341 p.AUSTEN-LEIGH, Mary Augusta. Personal aspects of Jane Austen.Charleston, SC: Nabu Press, 2010. 204 p.AUSTEN-LEIGH, William; AUSTEN-LEIGH, Richard Arthur. Jane Austen: herlife and letters, a family record. Lehi, UT: CreateSpace, 2010. 426 p.BAKER, William. Critical companion to Jane Austen: a literary reference toher life and work. New York, NY: Facts on File, 2008. 644 p.BROWNSTEIN, Rachel M. Why Jane Austen. New York, NY: ColumbiaUniversity Press, 2011. 320 p.CECIL, David. A portrait of Jane Austen. London, UK: Penguin, 1986. 208 p.CHAPMAN, R.W. Jane Austens letters to her sister Cassandra and others.2 ed. London, UK: Oxford University Press, 1952. 163 p.COLLINS, Irene. Jane Austen, the parson’s daughter. London, UK:Hambledon and London, 2007. 304 p.COPELAND, Edward; MCMASTER, Juliet. The Cambridge companion toJane Austen. 2 ed. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 2001. 302 p.EDWARDS, Anne-Marie. In the steps of Jane Austen: walking tours ofAustens England. Madison, WI: Jones Books, 2003. 188 p.HANNON, Patrick. 101 things you didnt know about Jane Austen: the truthabout the worlds most intriguing romantic literary heroine. Avon, MA: AdamsMedia, 2007. 256 p.
  11. 11. HAWKRIDGE, Audrey. Jane Austen and Hampshire. Portsouth, UK:Hampshire County Council, 1995. 32 p.HONAN, Park. Jane Austen: a life. New York, NY: St. Martin’s Press, 1987.452 p.HONAN, Park. Jane Austen: her life: the definitive portrait of Jane Austen: herlfe, her art, her family, her world. New York, NY: Ballantine Books, 1989. 484 p.HUGHES-HALLETT, Penelope. The illustrated Letters of Jane Austen. NewYork, NY: Three Rivers Press, 1996. 160 p.JENKINS, Elizabeth. Jane Austen: a biography. London, UK: Victor Gollancz,1986. 294 p.JOHNSON, Claudia L. Chair; TUITE, Clara. A companion to Jane Austen.West Sussex, UK: Wiley-Blackwell, 2009. 560 p.KELLY, Pauline E. The Austen dictionary. New York, NY: Inkwell Publishing,2009. 148 p.LANE, Maggie. Jane Austen’s diary. London, UK: Carlton Books, 1997. 112 p.LANE, Maggie. Jane Austens family: through five generations. London, UK:Robert Hale, 1992. 272 p.LANE, Maggie. Jane Austen’s world: the life and times of Englands mostpopular author. London, UK: Carlton Books, 2005. 144 p.LANE, Maggie. Jane Austen quiz & puzzle book. London, UK: Abson BooksLondon, 1982. 42 p.LE FAYE, Deirdre. Jane Austen: a family record. Cambridge, UK: CambridgeUniversity Press, 2004. 408 p.LE FAYE, Deirdre. Jane Austen’s letters. 4 ed, Oxford, UK: Oxford UniversityPress, 2011. 688 p.MYER, Valerie Grosvenor. Jane Austen: obstinate heart. New York, NY:Arcade Publishing, 1998. 288 p.OLSEN, Kirstin. All things Austen: an encyclopedia of Austen’s world.Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 2005. 804 p. 2 v.POPLAWSKI, Paul. A Jane Austen encyclopedia. Westport, CT: Greenwood,1998. 411 p.REEF, Catherine. Jane Austen: a life revealed. Boston, MA: Houghton MifflinHarcourt, 2011. 208 p.
  12. 12. REEVE, Katharine. Jane Austen in Bath: walking tours of the writers city. NewYork, NY: Little Bookroom, 2006. 144 p.ROSS, Josephine. Jane Austen: a companion. New Brunswick, NJ: RutgersUniversity Press, 2003. 272 p.SANDERSON, Caroline. A rambling fancy: in the footsteps of Jane Austen.London, UK: Cadogan Guides, 2006. 240 p. (Cadogan Guide)SELWYN, David (ed.). The poetry of Jane Austen and the Austen family.Iowa, IO: University of Iowa Press, 1997. 124 p.SHIELDS, Carol. Jane Austen: a life. Campbell, CA: Paw Prints, 185 p.SPENCE, John. Becoming Jane. London, UK: Hambledon, 2007. 312 p.SUTHERLAND, John; LE FAYE, Deirdre. So you think you know JaneAusten. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press, 2005. 232 p.TOMALIN, Claire. Jane Austen: a life. New York, NY: Vintage Books, 1999.400 p.TUCKER, George Holbert. A history of Jane Austen’s family.Gloucestershire, [UK]: Sutton Publishing, 1998. 238 p.TUCKER, George Holbert. Jane Austen: the woman. New York, NY: St.Martin’s Press, 1994. 238 p.WAGNER, Heather Lehr. Jane Austen. Philadelphia, PA: Chelsea HousePublications, 2003. 112 p. (Who wrote that?)WELLAND, Freydis; SUTHERLAND, Eileen. Life in the country: withquotations by Jane Austen. London, UK: British Library, 2008. 112 p.WHEELER, Richard James; HAMMOND Margaret Campbell. The Rice portraitof Jane Austen: a summary of conclusive evidence. Sevenoaks, UK: Codex,1997. 24 p.WHEELER, Richard James. The Rice portrait of Jane Austen: the ill-conceived controversy. Westerham, UK: Codex, 1996. 87 p.5.2 EDIÇÕES EM PORTUGUÊSPINA, Álvaro. Jane Austen. Lisboa: Colibri, 1994. 320 p.
  13. 13. 6 OBRAS BASEADAS Obras baseadas em determinados aspectos da obra de Austen.ADAMS, Carol J.; GESCH, Kelly; BUCHANAN, Douglas. Bedside, bathtub &armchair companion to Jane Austen. New York, NY: Continuum, 2008. 228p. (Bedside Bathtub & Armchair Companions)ADAMS, Jennifer. Little miss Jane Austen: Pride and Prejudice. Layton, UT:Gibbs Smith, 2011. 22 p.ARTHUR, Sarah. Dating Mr. Darcy: the smart girls guide to sensible romance.Wheaton, IL: Tyndale House Publishers, 2005, 192 p.BARTON, Helen. Jane Austen: a literary challenge. Worth, UK: 2008. 350 p.BECKER, May Lamberton. Presenting Miss Jane Austen. Bathgate, ND:Bethlehem Books, 2006. 179 p.BEDFORD-PIERCE, Sophia (ed.). Jane Austen’s little instruction book littlegift book. New York, NY: Peter Pauper Press, 2008. 80 p.BLACK, Maggie. The Jane Austen cookbook. Toronto, ON: McClelland &Stewart, 2002. 128 p.BLOOM, Harold (ed.). Elizabeth Bennet. Philadelphia, PA: Chelsea House,2003. 264 p. (Blooms Major Literary Characters)BLOOM, Harold (ed.). Emma. Philadelphia, PA: Chelsea House. 2000. 150 p.(Blooms Modern Critical Interpretations)BLOOM, Harold (ed.).Jane Austen. Philadelphia, PA: Chelsea House, 2009.315 p. (Blooms Modern Critical Views)BLOOM, Harold (ed.). Jane Austens Emma. New York, NY: Blooms LiteraryCriticism, 2010. 142 p. (Blooms Modern Critical Interpretations)BLOOM, Harold (ed.). Persuasion. Philadelphia, PA: Chelsea House. 2004.285 p. (Blooms Modern Critical Interpretations)BLOOM, Harold (ed.). Jane Austens Pride and Prejudice. Philadelphia, PA:Chelsea House, 2006. 122 p. (Bloom’s guide)BLOOM, Harold (ed.). Jane Austens Pride and Prejudice. Philadelphia, PA:Chelsea House, 2007. 246 p. (Blooms Modern Critical Interpretations)BLOOM, Harold (ed.). Jane Austens Pride and Prejudice. Philadelphia, PA:Chelsea House,1996. 96 p. (Bloom’s notes)
  14. 14. BOLTON, Lesley. Jane Austen miscellany. Naperville, IL: Sourcebooks, 2006.144 p.BUTLER, Nancy; LEE, Janet. Emma. New York, NY: Marvel, 2011. 120 p.BUTLER, Nancy; LEE, Janet. Northanger Abbey. New York, NY: Marvel,2012. 112 p.BUTLER, Nancy; LIEW, Sony. Sense and Sensibility. New York, NY: Marvel,2011. 120 p.BUTLER, Nancy; PETRUS, Hugo. Pride and Prejudice. New York, NY:Marvel, 2010. 120 p.BYRD, Penelope. Jane Austen fashion: fashion and needlework in the worksof Jane Austen. London, UK: Moonrise Press, 2008. 128 p.CARSON, Susannah. A truth universally acknowledged: 33 great writers onwhy we read Jane Austen. New York, NY: Random House Trade Paperbacks,2010. 320 p.CARSON, Susannah. A truth universally acknowledged: 33 reasons why wecant stop reading Jane Austen. London, UK: Particular Books, 2010. 320 p.CARTMELL, Deborah. Screen adaptations: Jane Austens Pride and Prejudice- a close study of the relationship between text and film. London, UK: MethuenDrama, 2010. 224 p.COLLINS, Irene. Jane Austen and the clergy. London, UK: Hambledon Press,1994. 156 p.CUISE, Jennifer. Flirting with Pride & Prejudice: fresh perspectives on theoriginal chick-lit masterpiece. Dallas, TX: BenBella Books, 2005. 230 p.DERESIEWICZ, William. A Jane Austen education: how six novels taught meabout love, friendship, and the things that really matter. New York, NY: PenguinPress, 2011. 272 p.DERESIEWICZ, William. Jane Austen and the romantic poets. New York,NY: Columbia University Press, 2004. 240 p.DICKSON, Rebecca. Jane Austen: an illustrated treasury. Scoresby, VIC: FiveMile Press, 2010. 157 p.DOWNING, Sarah Jane. Fashion in the time of Jane Austen. London, UK:Shire, 2010. 64 p.DUCKWORTH, Alistair M. The improvement of the Estate: a study of JaneAustens novels. Baltimore, MD: The John Hopkins University Press, 1994. 280p.
  15. 15. FOREST, Jennifer. Jane Austens sewing box. Sydney, Australia: MurdochBooks, 2009. 224 p.FOWLER, Karen Jane. The Jane Austen Book Club. New York, NY: Penguin,2006. 304 p.FULLERTON, Susannah. Jane Austen and crime. Madison, WI: Jones Books,2004. 260 p.HANNON, Patrice. Dear Jane Austen: a heroines guide to life and love. NewYork, NY: Plume, 2007. 176 p.HARMAN, Claire. Jane’s fame: how Jane Austen conquered the world. NewYork, NY: Henry Holt and Co., 2010. 304 p.HARRIS, Jocelyn. Jane Austens art of memory. Cambridge, UK: CambridgeUniversity Press, 2003. 284 p.HENDERSON, Lauren. Jane Austens guide to romance: the regency rules.London, UK: Headline, 2005. 320 p.IVIN, Holly. Jane Austen pocket Bible: everything you wanted to know aboutJane Austen and her novels. Richmond : Pocket Bibles, 2010. 192 p.JENKYNS, Richard. A fine brush on yvory: an appreciation of Jane Austen.Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press, 2004. 232 p.KIRKHAM, Margaret. Jane Austen, feminism and fiction. London, UK: TheAthlone Press, 2000. 204 p.KORDICH, Catherine J. Blooms how to write about Jane Austen.Philadelphia, PA: Chelsea House, 2008. 230 p. (Blooms How to Write AboutLiterature)KRAMP, Michael. Disciplining love: Austen and the modern man. Columbus,OH: Ohio State University Press, 2007. 248 p.LANE, Maggie. Jane Austen and food. New York, NY: Hambledon, 2007. 184p.LANK, EDITH. Jane Austen speaks to women. Kansas, MI: Andrews McMeel,2002. 96 p.LE FAYE, Deirdre. Jane Austen: the world of her novels. London, UK: FrancesLincoln, 2003. 320 p.LYNCH, Deirdre. Janeites: Austens disciples and devotees. Princeton, NJ:Princeton University Press, 2000. 248 p.
  16. 16. MACDONALD, Gina; MACDONALD, Andrew. Jane Austen on screen. NewYork, NY: Cambridge University Press, 2003. 300 p.MATTOX, Brenda S. Pride and Prejudice paper dolls. Mineola, NY: Dover,1997. 13 p.MICHON, Cathryn; NORRIS, Pamela. Jane Austens little advice book. NewYork, NY: HarperCollins, 1996. 128 p.MORRISON, Robert. Jane Austens Pride and Prejudice: a Routledge studyguide and sourcebook. New York, NY: Routledge, 2005. 192 p. (RoutledgeGuides to Literature)MULLEN, Shawna. The wisdom of Jane Austen. New York, NY: Citadel,2003. 240 p. (Wisdom Library)NEWGARDEN, Anne. Becoming Jane: the wit and the wisdom of Jane Austen.New York, NY: Miramax Books/Hyperion, 2007. 208 p.OLSEN, Kirstin. Cooking with Jane Austen. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press,2005. 414 p. (Feasting with fiction)PARRIL, Sue. Jane Austen on film and television: a critical study of theadaptations. Jefferson, NC: McFarland & Company, 2002. 221 p.POOL, Daniel. What Jane Austen ate and Charles Dickens knew: from foxhunting to whist-the facts of daily life in nineteenth-century England. New York,NY: Touchstone, 1994. 416 p.ROSS, Josephine. Jane Austens guide to good manners: compliments,charades & horrible blunders. New York, NY: Bloomsbury, 2006. 208 p.SOUTHAM, Brian. Jane Austen and the navy. London, UK: Hambledon andLondon, 2000. 320 p.SULLIVAN, Margareth C. The Jane Austen handbook: a sensible yet elegantguide to her world. Philadelphia, PA: Quirk Books, 2007. 224 p.SULLIVAN, Margareth C. The Jane Austen handbook: proper life skills fromregency England. Philadelphia, PA: Quirk Books, 2007. 224 p.SUTHERLAND, Kathryn. Jane Austen’s textual lives: from Aeschylus toBollywood. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press, 2007. 408 p.THE COMPLETE guide to teaching Jane Austen. [S.l]: WGBH EducationalFoundation, 2010. 23 p.THE JANE Austen Companion to life. Naperville, IL: Sourcebooks, 2010. 64 p.THE JANE Austen Companion to love. Naperville, IL: Sourcebooks, 2009. 64 p.
  17. 17. TODD, Janet. Jane Austen in context. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge UniversityPress, 2011. 302 p.TRAUBEL, Angela. Trifle bearings: quotes about all aspects of life from thewritings of Jane Austen. Indianapolis, IN: Dog Ear Publishing, 2010. 164p.TROOST, Linda; GREENFIELD, Savre. Jane Austen in Hollywood.Lexington, KY: Kentucky University Press, 2000. 248 p.TUITE, Clara. Romantic Austen: sexual politics and the literary canon.Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 2008. 264 p. (Cambridge Studiesin Romanticism)TYLER, Natalie. The friendly Jane Austen: a well-mannered introduction to alady of Sense and Sensibility. New York, NY: Penguin, 2001. 320 p.VAUGHAN, Margaret. Tea with the Bennets of Jane Austens Pride andPrejudice: an anthology of recipes. Leyburn, UK: Allison & Alderson, 1996. 48p.WATKINS, Susan. Jane Austen in style. New York, NY: Thames and Hudson,1990. 224 p.WILSON, Kim. In the garden with Jane Austen. 2 ed. London, UK: FrancesLincoln, 2011. 128 p.WILSON, Kim. Tea with Jane Austen. 2 ed. London, UK: Frances Lincoln,2011. 112 p.WEBSTER, Emma Campbell. Lost in Austen: create your own Jane Austenadventure. New York, NY: Riverhead Trade, 2007. 352 p.6.1 EDIÇÕES BRASILEIRASAZERÊDO, Genilda. Jane Austen, adaptação e ironia: uma introdução. JoãoPessoa: Manufatura, 2003. 122 p.DERESIEWICZ, William. Aprendi com Jane Austen: como seis romances meensinaram sobre amor, amizade e outras coisas que realmente importam. Riode Janeiro: Rocco, 2011. 256 p.
  18. 18. 7 SEQUÊNCIAS As sequências, conhecidas como sequels (em inglês), são livrosescritos por fãs de Jane Austen.ADAMS, Alexa. First impressions: a tale of less Pride and Prejudice. Parker,CO: Outskirts Press, 2010. 190 p.ADKINS, Samantha. Expectations. Lehi, UT: CreateSpace, 2010. 348 p.ADRIANI, Susan. The truth about Mr. Darcy. Naperville, IL: SourcebooksLandmark, 2011. 448 p.AIDAN, Pamela. A lesson in honour. Coeur d’ Alene, ID: Wytherngate Press,2010. 122 p. (Young Master Darcy, 1)AIDAN, Pamela. An assembly such as this. New York, NY: Touchstone,2006. 246 p. (A Novel of Fitzwilliam Darcy, Gentleman 1)AIDAN, Pamela. Duty and desire. New York, NY: Touchstone, 2006. 280 p. (ANovel of Fitzwilliam Darcy, Gentleman 2)AIDAN, Pamela. These three remain. New York, NY: Touchstone, 2007. 437p. (A Novel of Fitzwilliam Darcy, Gentleman 3)AIKEN, Joan. Eliza’s daughter: a sequel to Jane Austen’s Sense andSensibility. Naperville, IL: Sourcebooks, 2008. 352 p.AIKEN, Joan. Emma Watson: The Watsons completed. New York, NY: St.Martins Griffin, 1996. 221 p.AIKEN, Joan. Jane Fairfax: the secret story of the second heroine in JaneAusten’s Emma. New York, NY: St. Martins Griffin, 1997. 252 p.AIKEN, Joan. Lady Catherine’s necklace. New York, NY: St. Martins Griffin,2000. 176 p.AIKEN, Joan. Mansfield revisited: a Jane Austen entertainment. Naperville, IL:Sourcebooks, 2008. 201 p.AIKEN, Joan. The Watsons and Emma Watson: Jane Austen’s unfinishednovel completed by Joan Aiken. Naperville, IL: Sourcebooks, 2008. 304 p.AIKEN, Joan. The youngest Miss Ward. New York, NY: St. Martins Griffin,1998. 317 p.
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  37. 37. <http://www.iivs.de/~iivs8205/res/facharbeitenarchiv/E-Pickel%20Anna-Parallels%20of%20Jane%20Austen%20and%20Bridget%20Jones.pdf>PROCHÁZKOVÁ, Marie. Adapting Jane Austen: Sense and Sensibility by AngLee. 2009. Tese (Bacharelado) - Faculty of Arts, Masaryk University, 2009. 43 f.Disponível em:<http://is.muni.cz/th/216008/ff_b/Adapting_Jane_Austen_Sense_and_Sensibility_by_Ang_Lee.pdf>RUDERMAN, Anne Crippen. Love and marriage in the novels of JaneAusten. 1990. Dissertação (Doutorado em Filosofia) – University of Chicago,Illinois, 1990. 310 f. Disponível em:<http://rapidshare.com/#!download|570l33|207757711|Ruderman_-_Love___Marriage_in_Austen.pdf|11903>VINK, Sarah de. Jane Austen’s parents and parenting: Austensrepresentations of parenthood in Pride and Prejudice, Emma and Persuasion.2008. Tese (Mestrado em Literatura e Cultura Ocidental). Universiteit Utrecht,2008. 54 f. Disponível em: <http://igitur-archive.library.uu.nl/student-theses/2009-0107-200523/MasterThesisJaneAustenSDV.doc>WITT, Elbeth. Austens Power: four contemporary chick lit novels compared tothe works of Jane Austen. 2008. Tese (Mestrado em Literatura e CulturaOcidental) – Universiteit Utrecht, 2008. 83 f. Disponível em: <http://igitur-archive.library.uu.nl/student-theses/2008-0108-212629/Master%20Thesis%20Elsbeth%20Witt.pdf>9.2 ARTIGOSAZEREDO, Genilda. From Emma to Clueless: ironic representations of JaneAusten. n. 51, Florianópolis, jul. dez. 2006. p. 235-263. Disponível em:<http://www.periodicos.ufsc.br/index.php/desterro/article/viewFile/1501/1243>BROWNELL, Jennifer. Significance of setting and social company in Prideand Prejudice. 15 p. Disponível em:<http://engling.truman.edu/SeniorSem/PDFpapers/Brownell%20paper%20PDF.pdf>DOOLEY, Gillian Mary. Musicianship and morality in the novels of Jane Austen.Sensibilities, v. 40, 2010. p.36-52. Disponível em:<http://dspace.flinders.edu.au/dspace/bitstream/2328/8256/1/Sensibilities.pdf>DOWNIE, James Alan. Who says shes a bourgeois writer: reconsidering thesocial and political contexts of Jane. Eighteenth-Century Studies, v. 40, n. 1,2006. p. 68-84. Disponível em:<http://muse.jhu.edu/journals/ecs/summary/v040/40.1downie.html>
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  39. 39. NADEAU, Katherine. Jane Austens Persuasion: a study in literary history.Honors Projects Overview, The School of Arts and Sciences, Rhode IslandCollege, 2009. 47 p. Disponível em:<http://digitalcommons.ric.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1002&context=honors_projects>NEWEY, Katherine. “What think you of books?”: reading in Pride and Prejudice.Sydney Studies. p.81-94. Disponível em:<http://escholarship.usyd.edu.au/journals/index.php/SSE/article/viewFile/506/570>NILSSON, Kristina. The accomplished woman: no changes accomplished? –a comparison of the portrayal of women in Jane Austen’s Pride & Prejudice andHelen Fielding’s Bridget Jones. 27 p. Disponível em: <http://lnu.diva-portal.org/smash/record.jsf?pid=diva2:206518>PACHECO, Mara Regina; SOUZA, Fernandes Ferreira de. A representação davoz feminina nas personagens centrais de Austen em Emma e Orgulho &Preconceito. Revista Ave Palavra, v. 11, 2011. 22 p. Disponível em:<http://www2.unemat.br/avepalavra/EDICOES/11/artigos/Jane_Austen_Voz_Feminina.pdf>PRIDE and Prejudice and Frankenstein: good parents, good children. 4 p.Disponível em: <http://david.sickmiller.com>PUTTONEN, Talvikki. Sexual differences in Jane Austens Sense andSensibility. 5 p. Disponível em:<www.austenaio.net/.../sexual_differences_in_jane_austens_sense_and_sensibility.doc>RADCLIFFE, Claire. Updating Austen: Jane Austen’s stories in a modernworld. 9 p. Disponível em:<http://digitalarchive.wm.edu/bitstream/10288/622/1/Radcliffe.pdf>SILVA, Luiza Bontempo e. Tornando-se Jane: a individuação retratada emfilme. Fractal, Rev. Psicol. vol. 21, n. 3, 2009. p.531-538. Disponível em:<http://www.scielo.br/pdf/fractal/v21n3/08.pdf>UM encontro com austen. Disponível em:<http://www.slideshare.net/janeaustenfanfics/um-encontro-com-austen>WESTMAN, Karin E. Perspective, memory, and moral authority: the legacy ofJane Austen in J. K. Rowlings Harry Potter. Childrens Literature, v. 35, 2007.p. 145-165. Disponível em:<http://muse.jhu.edu/journals/chl/summary/v035/35.1westman.html>WOTTON, S. The byronic in Austens Persuasion and Pride and Prejudice.Modern language review, v. 102, n. 1, p. 26-39. Disponível em:<http://www.wantitall.co.za/Books/The-Byronic-in-Jane-Austen-s-persuasion-
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  41. 41. NOTAS1. As edições brasileiras são aquelas primeiras edições publicadas emportuguês “brasileiro” no Brasil.2. Informações sobre os manuscritos originais de Lady Susan, Susan,Sandition e The Watsons encontram-se disponíveis no site The Jane Austen’sficiton manuscripts digital editions Para ver os manuscritos, acessar:<http://www.janeausten.ac.uk/manuscripts/index.html>.3. Informações sobre as obras da Juvenília se encontram disponíveis nosdocumentos Volume the First, Volume the Second e Volume the Third no siteThe Jane Austen’s ficiton manuscripts digital editions. Para mais detalhes,acessar: <http://www.janeausten.ac.uk/edition/ms/headnotes.html>.

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