Works Cited

Chapter 1

Annotation 1 by Adela Ramos

This annotation draws on research developed for an essay forthcoming in Science and Storytelling, edited by Dave Alff and Danielle Spratt, to be published by the University of Virginia Press.

  1. Donald, Diana. “Joseph Wright’s An Experiment on a Bird in the Air Pump: The Issue of Gender,” Picturing Animals in Britain 1750-1850, Yale UP, 2007, 18-25.
  2. Voskuhl, Adelheid. Androids in the Enlightenment: Mechanics, Artisans, and Cultures of the Self. University of Chicago Press, 2013, 162-169.
  3. Tague, Ingrid H. “The Material Conditions of Petkeeping,” Animal Companions: Pets and Social Change in Eighteenth-Century Britain, The Pennsylvania State UP, 2015, 118-9.
  4. Spencer, Jane. “The Innovative Animals of Children’s Fiction,” Writing about Animals in the Age of Revolution, Oxford UP, 2020, 82.

Annotation 2 by Madeline Scully

 

  1. “Fable l: The Hare and Many Friends by John Gay.” By John Gay – Famous Poems, Famous Poets. – All Poetry, https://allpoetry.com/Fable-L:-The-Hare-and-Many-Friends.
  2.  Kalliope, https://kalliope.org/en/text/gay2005052802.
  3. “Print; Book-Illustration: British Museum.” The British Museum, https://www.britishmuseum.org/collection/object/P_1871-0812-2747.
  4. Heneage Jesse, John. Memoirs of the Court of England from the Revolution in 1688 to the Death of George the Second. Richard Bentley: New Burlington Street, London, 1843, https://books.google.co.uk/books?id=jLYBAAAAMAAJ&printsec=frontcover&source=gbs_ge_summary_r&cad=0#v=onepage&q&f=false.

Chapter 2

Annotation 1 by Madeline Scully

  1. Cary, John. Cary’s New Itinerary; or, An Accurate Delineation of the Great Roads, Both Direct and Cross throughout England and Wales; With many of the Principal Roads in Scotland, London, 1802, https://books.google.co.uk/books?id=cg4QAAAAYAAJ&printsec=frontcover&dq=carys&hl=en&sa=X&ei=ozn1VIaWHcWMNon8gogC&redir_esc=y#v=onepage&q=carys&f=false
  2. Forgue, Sue. “Travel in Jane Austen’s Time – Part 1.” JASNA, JASNA GCR, https://www.jasnachicago.org/online-exhibits/travel-jane-austen%E2%80%99s-time-%E2%80%93-part-1.
  3.  “Famous Highwaymen in England.” Historic UK, https://www.historic-uk.com/HistoryUK/HistoryofEngland/Highwaymen/.

     4. “The Stagecoach.” Historic UK, https://www.historic-uk.com/CultureUK/The-Stagecoach/.

    5. “Traveling by Coach during the Regency, an Overview.” Every Woman Dreams…, 15 Jan. 2020, https://reginajeffers.blog/2020/02/17/traveling-by-coach-during-the-regency/.

    6. “Travel during the Regency Period.” Jane Austen’s World, 21 Nov. 2007, https://janeaustensworld.com/2007/11/17/travel-during-the-regency-period-2/.

Chapter 3

Annotation 1 by Adela Ramos

“Bath.” Guide to all the Watering and Sea-Bathing Places, For 1813. With a description of The Lakes; A Sketch of a Tour in Wales; and Itineraries. Illustrated with Maps and New Views. London: Printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown, 17-63.

Selwyn, David. “Consumer Goods.” Jane Austen in Context, ed. Janet Todd, Cambridge UP, 2010, 215-224.

Chapter 4

Annotation 1 by Adela Ramos

  1. Davidson, Hilary. “Reconstructing Jane Austen’s Silk Pelisse, 1812-1814.” Costume, vol.  49, No. 2, 2018, pp. 198-223, https://www.euppublishing.com/doi/full/10.1179/0590887615Z.00000000076  
  2. O’Brien, Alden. “The Costumes in Emma (2020).” Willow and Thatch, 9 June 2020. https://www.willowandthatch.com/costumes-in-emma-2020-movie/
  1. Hammel, Kathy. “Cloaks, Capes, Pelisses and Spencers.” Jane Austen: Celebrating Bath’s Most Famous Resident. https://janeausten.co.uk/blogs/womens-regency-fashion-articles/cloaks-capes-pelisses-and-spencers
  1. “Chapter 2: 1800-1900.” Fashioned from Nature, editor Edwina Ehrman, London: V&A Publishing, 2018, 71-93.

Chapter 5

Annotation 1 by Elsa Kienberger

1. “Bath, England Weather And Climate”, European Travel Weather <https://www.travel-weather.net/england/bath-weather.html> 
 
2. “Seasons”, Visit Bath <https://visitbath.co.uk/summer/>
 
3. Barchas, Janine. “Mapping ‘Northanger Abbey’: Or, Why Austen’s Bath of 1803 Resembles Joyce’s Dublin of 1904”, The Review of English Studies, June 2009, New Series, Vol. 60, No. 245, pp. 431-459
 
4. Ballinger, Gillian. “Austen’s Bath and Bath’s Jane: Austen Writing the City and Its Twenty-first-century Marketing of Heritage Jane” Persuasions: The Jane Austen Journal On-Line; Williamsburg Vol. 34, Iss. 1, (Winter 2013)
 
5. Moore, Roger E. “Northanger before the Tilneys: Austen’s Abbey and the Religious Past” Persuasions: The Jane Austen Journal On-Line; Williamsburg Vol. 41, (2019), pp. 119-137.

Chapter 6

Annotation 1 by Elsa Kienberger

1. Ford, Susan Allen. “A Sweet Creature’s Horrid Novels: Gothic Reading in Northanger Abbey”. Persuasions Online, v. 33, no. 1 (Winter 2012), Jane Austen Society of North America, https://jasna.org/persuasions/on-line/vol33no1/ford.html.
 
2. Radcliffe, Ann. The Mysteries of Udolpho. np, 1794.; —. The Italian. np, 1797.
 
3. “Northanger Cannon II”. University of Virginia Library. Accessed 29 January 2020, https://explore.lib.virginia.edu/exhibits/show/sublime/walkthrough/northanger2.
 
4. Li, Denise. National University of Singapore class: EN 4223 – Topics in the Nineteenth Century: The Gothic and After, Gothic Keywords project. Singapore: Raynor Memorial Libraries, Marquette University, 2006.
 
5. Parson, Eliza. Castle of Wolfenbach. np. 1793.
 
6. —. Mysterious Warnings. np, 1796.
 
7. Sleath, Eleanor. Orphan of the Rhine. np, 1798.
 
8.  Kahlert, Karl Friedrich. The Necromancer, Or, The Tale of the Black Forest: Founded on Facts. Translated Peter Will. Chicago: Valancourt, 2007.
 
9.—. Der Geisterbanner, Eine Geschichte aus den Pappieren eines Dänen. np., 1792. worldcat.org https://worldcat.org/identities/lccn-nr93016822/
 
10. Lathom, Francis. Midnight Bell. np., 1798.
 
11. Roche, Regina Maria. Clermont. np, 1798.
 
12. Grosse, Carl. Der Genius. np. J.C. Hendel, 1791-1794.;  —. The Horrid Mysteries. np., 1796. Translated by Peter Will. Richmond, VA: Valancourt Books, 2016.

Chapter 7

Annotation 1 by Madeline Scully

  1. “British Library”. Bl.Uk, 2022, https://www.bl.uk/picturing-places/articles/domestic-tourism-in-great-britain.
  2. “Changing Horses In The Early 19Th Century”. Twonerdyhistorygirls.Blogspot.Com, 2022, https://twonerdyhistorygirls.blogspot.com/2013/09/changing-horses-in-early-19th-century.html.
  3. “Stage Travel Britain | International Museum Of The Horse”. International Museum Of The Horse, 2022, http://imh.org/exhibits/past/legacy-of-the-horse/stage-travel-britain/.
  4. The National Gallery, London. “George Stubbs | A Gentleman Driving A Lady In A Phaeton | NG3529 | National Gallery, London”. Nationalgallery.Org.Uk, 2022, https://www.nationalgallery.org.uk/paintings/george-stubbs-a-gentleman-driving-a-lady-in-a-phaeton.
  5. “Travel Through Time At England’s Coaching Inns”. British Heritage, 2022, https://britishheritage.com/travel/travel-englands-coaching-inns.

Chapter 9

Annotation 1 by Adela Ramos

“Veal.” Wikipedia. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Veal#:~:text=Veal%20is%20the%20meat%20of,than%20beef%20from%20older%20cattle. Accessed: Mar. 6, 2022.

“Farm Animals: Calves Reared for Veal.” Compassion in World Farming. Website. Accessed March 13, 2022 https://www.ciwf.org.uk/farm-animals/cows/veal-calves/

Lane, Maggie, “Introduction,” “Domestic Economy in Jane Austen’s Life,” “Greed and Gender,” “Food as Symbol”. Jane Austen and Food, The Hambledon Press, 1995, pp. xiii, 1-23, 77-100, 141-168.

——. “Food.” Jane Austen in Context, edited by Janet Todd, Cambridge University Press, 2005, pp. 262-268.

Seeber, Barbara K. “Legacies and Diets”. Jane Austen and Animals, Ashgate, 2013, 91-114

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