1. Chapman, R.W. Jane Austen: A Critical Bibliography. 2nd ed. London: Oxford University Press, 1969.
2. Gilson, David. A Bibliography of Jane Austen, with a new introduction and corrections by the author. St. Paul’s Bibliographies / Oak Knoll Press, 1997 [originally published in 1982].
3. Keynes, Geoffrey. Jane Austen: A Bibliography. New York: Burt Franklin, 1968 [originally published in London, 1929]
4. Roth, Barry and Joel Clyde Weinsheimer. An Annotated Bibliography of Jane Austen Studies, 1952-1972. Charlottesville, VA: University Press of Virginia, 1973.
5. Roth, Barry. An Annotated Bibliography of Jane Austen Studies, 1973-1983. Charlottesville, VA: University Press of Virginia, 1985.
6. __________. An Annotated Bibliography of Jane Austen Studies, 1984-1994. Ohio University Press, 1996.
7. JASNA annual “Jane Austen Bibliography”: http://jasna.org/publications-2/bibliographies/
8. JAS Reports: many issues include an annual “Jane Austen Studies” and are now fully accessible online here at Archive.org: https://archive.org/details/@jane_austen_society
9. Bibliography page at the Republic of Pemberley [not current]
Came across your blog post when i was doing some research on Franklin Library and Easton Press Books. Anyway – I enjoyed the post and am going to bookmark the blog – I look forward to more. Thanks
Just a question from a new ( and grateful) reader of this blog. After reading the poems about Austen, I stumbled upon a wonderful bibliography of books and essays in criticism by Austen scholars. But I lost it by accident. Can you direct me to this large and impressive scholarly bibliography? Is it part of the blog of Jane Austen Society of NA? Help!
Hello Melanie – my apologies for a very delayed delay [such is my Life! – goodness this is from back in April!] – the bibliography you are referring to is called A Bibliography of Jane Austen, by David Gilson. St Paul’s Bibliographies / Oak Knoll Press, 1997 – updated from the original 1982 edition. It is an essential tool in studying Austen! Not inexpensive but there are copies out there… Barry Roth did 3 bibliographies as well, but there is nothing current now except the JA Bibliography in JASNA Persuasions-OnLine from 1999 – 2012 (the 2013 will be published online in December) – hope this helps!