‘Bicentennial Essays on Jane Austen’s Afterlives’
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This special issue of Women’s Writing is concerned with the changing approaches to Jane Austen and her texts over the past 200 years. The issue will reflect on the cultural reach and reimaginings of Austen in view of the bicentennial celebrations of her published novels. The editors invite articles on all aspects of Austen’s national and international reputation, on her critical reception, on creative appropriations of her texts, on aspects of Austen’s afterlives in popular culture, in visual media, in ephemeral publications, in abridgements, stage and film versions. Together, these essays will shed new light on some of the complex reception processes and legacies of this enduringly popular author.
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