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The Corinna of England, and a Heroine in the Shade: a Modern Romance By Anon
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Chawton House Library is has a unique collection of books focusing on women's writing in English from 1600 to 1830. This specialist collection, set in the home and estate of Jane Austen's brother,... More > Edward Austen Knight, provides the opportunity to read, study and savour the texts in context and inspire passion in readers of all ages. The Library's mission is to promote study and research in early English women's writing, in order to achieve this goal the library is open for members of the public to use, free of charge. The Library holds early editions of works from the period; many of the books in the collection are rare and in some cases even unique. Some of the library's rarest works are available in full-text via the Novels-On-Line project. Whilst these are freely available from the website, the pleasure of holding a reprint of these books and requests from our supporters, has led to the publication of this series from the Novels-On-Line Project.< Less
Ashton Priory By Anon
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The novels published by Chawton House Library explore such broad-ranging themes as satire, slavery, marriage, witchcraft and piracy, signal the rich texture and innovative character of women's... More > writing in the period 1600 to 1830. In bringing these little-known novels to a wider audience, it is hoped to stimulate interest in these works amongst a new generation of readers.< Less
A New Atalantis By Anon
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Chawton House Library focuses on women's writing from 1600 to 1830. This specialist collection is set in the home and estate of Jane Austen's brother, Edward Knight. The Novels-On-Line project... More > provides access to some of the collection from the website and requests from our supporters, has led to the publication of this series from the Novels-On-Line Project. A NEW ATALANTIS,FOR The Year One Thousand Seven Hundred and Sixty contains tales of love from the classical world: 'The amours of Alexander' and 'The amours of Cleopatra with Julius Caesar and Mark Anthony'. The New Atalantis is presented by its anonymous author to its audience for their 'comprehensive view', or judgement, of how love is best managed in a civilised society: 'For without a strict observance of decency and gentleness, all intercourse between the two sexes loses greatly of its value.'< Less

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