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Sanditon By Jane Austen
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Jane Austen was an English novelist whose works of romantic fiction, set among the landed gentry, earned her a place as one of the most widely read writers in English literature.-Wikipedia
The Watsons, Sanditon, Lady Susan By Jane Austen
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The Watsons, Sanditon, Lady Susan Jane Austen [ZHINGOORA BOOKS]
The Watsons, Sanditon, Lady Susan By Jane Austen
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Jane Austen was an English novelist whose works of romantic fiction, set among the landed gentry, earned her a place as one of the most widely read writers in English literature.-Wikipedia
Jane Austen: from Sanditon to Winchester By Donald Measham
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Bicentenary rewriting by Donald Measham of his ‘Jane Austen out of the blue’, with due regard to Austen’s last long sentence in her final work of fiction. From the Manuscript of... More > Jane Austen’s unfinished SANDITON: “Charlotte had leisure to look about & to be told by Mrs Parker that the whole-length Portrait of a stately Gentleman, which placed above the Mantelpiece, caught the eyes immediately was the picture of Sir H Denham – and that just one among many miniatures in another part of the room, little conspicuous, presented Mr Hollis. – Poor Mr Hollis! – It was impossible not to feel him hardly used; to be obliged to stand back in his own house, and see the best place by the fire constantly occupied by Sir H Denham.” The name ‘Charlotte’ had always appealed to Jane Austen, who regretted she had yet to use it for a leading lady. In Sanditon there is a young lady with that name. Can this alternative ‘I’ make her way into the story? Take over from the dying author at a pinch...?< Less
Jane Austen: from Sanditon to Winchester By Donald Measham
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Bicentenary rewriting by Donald Measham of his ‘Jane Austen out of the blue’, with due regard to Austen’s last long sentence in her final work of fiction. From the Manuscript of... More > Jane Austen’s unfinished SANDITON: “Charlotte had leisure to look about & to be told by Mrs Parker that the whole-length Portrait of a stately Gentleman, which placed above the Mantelpiece, caught the eyes immediately was the picture of Sir H Denham – and that just one among many miniatures in another part of the room, little conspicuous, presented Mr Hollis. – Poor Mr Hollis! – It was impossible not to feel him hardly used; to be obliged to stand back in his own house, and see the best place by the fire constantly occupied by Sir H Denham.” The name ‘Charlotte’ had always appealed to Jane Austen, who regretted she had yet to use it for a leading lady. In Sanditon there is a young lady with that name. Can this alternative ‘I’ make her way into the story? Take over from the dying author at a pinch...?< Less
Unfinished Novels: Lady Susan, Sanditon, The Watsons By Jane Austen
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This book contains three unfinished novels of English novelist Jane Austen. In Sanditon, Austen explored her interest in the verbal construction of a society by means of a town – and a set of... More > families – that is still in the process of being formed. Austen began work on the novel in January 1817 and abandoned it on 18 March 1817. The manuscript for Sanditon was originally titled "The Brothers," likely after the Parker brothers in the story. After her death, her family renamed it "Sanditon." "The Watsons" - she began writing it circa 1803 and probably abandoned it after her father's death in January 1805. It has five chapters, and is less than 18,000 words long. Lady Susan is a short epistolary novel by Jane Austen, possibly written in 1794 but not published until 1871.< Less
My Jane Austen Library: Inc. Pride and Prejudice, Persuasion, Emma, Sense and Sensibility, Northanger Abbey, Mansfield Park and Unfinished Novels - Lady Susan, The Watsons and Sanditon By Jane Austen
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... Her works, slow in their progress towards popularity, have achieved it with the greater certainty, and have made an impression the more permanent from its gradual advance. The popularity... More > continues, although the customs and manners which Jane Austen describes have changed and varied so much as to belong in a great measure to another age. But the reason of its continuance is not far to seek. Human nature is the same in all ages of the world, and "the inimitable Jane" (as an old friend of mine used always to call her) is true to Nature from first to last. She does not attract our imagination by sensational descriptions or marvelous plots; but, with so little "plot" at all as to offend those who read only for excitement, she describes men and women exactly as men and women really are, and tells her tale of ordinary, everyday life with such truthful delineation, such bewitching simplicity, and, moreover, with such purity of style and language, as have rarely been equaled, and perhaps never surpassed. ...< Less
The Brothers by Jane Austen and Another Lady By Helen Baker
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Miss Austen wrote ten chapters of a novel she called The Brothers before illness stilled her pen for ever. Now, her entire draft has been incorporated into the complete story. It is hoped that the... More > resulting romance may satisfy her myriad admirers who have long regretted that such vivid characters were left in suspense.< Less
The Brothers by Jane Austen and Another Lady By Helen Baker
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Miss Austen wrote ten chapters of a novel she called The Brothers before illness stilled her pen for ever. Now, her entire draft has been incorporated into the complete story. It is hoped that the... More > resulting romance may satisfy her myriad admirers who have long regretted that such vivid characters were left in suspense.< Less
The Brothers By Jane Austen and Another Lady By Helen Baker
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Miss Austen wrote ten chapters of a novel she called The Brothers before illness stilled her pen for ever. Now, her entire draft has been incorporated into the complete story. The daring English lady... More > responsible hopes that the resulting romance may satisfy Miss Austen's myriad admirers who have long regretted that such vivid characters were left in suspense.< Less

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