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The Resource 101 things you didn't know about Jane Austen : the truth about the world's most intriguing romantic literary heroine, Patrice Hannon

101 things you didn't know about Jane Austen : the truth about the world's most intriguing romantic literary heroine, Patrice Hannon

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101 things you didn't know about Jane Austen : the truth about the world's most intriguing romantic literary heroine
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101 things you didn't know about Jane Austen
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the truth about the world's most intriguing romantic literary heroine
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Patrice Hannon
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  • One hundred and one things you didn't know about Jane Austen
  • Jane Austen
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Language
eng
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Hannon, Patrice
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823.7
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index present
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non fiction
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Austen, Jane
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adult
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101 things you didn't know about Jane Austen : the truth about the world's most intriguing romantic literary heroine, Patrice Hannon
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Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 231-235) and index
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rdacarrier
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text
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txt
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rdacontent
Contents
  • 3
  • 68
  • 31
  • Jane's mysterious Devon lover
  • 71
  • 32
  • Madam Lefroy
  • 72
  • 33
  • Death of a beloved father
  • 74
  • 3
  • 34
  • Why was The Watsons left unfinished?
  • 76
  • 35
  • Other Emma
  • 79
  • 36
  • Southampton
  • 81
  • Part 4
  • Late-eighteenth-century England: Austen and revolution
  • Glorious Years
  • 84
  • 37
  • Edward to the rescue
  • 84
  • 38
  • Creaking door
  • 86
  • 39
  • Today's "self-published" writers are in good company: Sense and Sensibility
  • 4
  • 87
  • 40
  • First success
  • 89
  • 41
  • Light & bright & sparkling
  • 90
  • 42
  • A truth universally acknowledged
  • 92
  • 4
  • 43
  • Which of Jane's heroines did her mother call "insipid"?
  • 93
  • 44
  • Dedicated to the one I hate: Jane and the Prince Regent
  • 95
  • 45
  • Hints from various quarters
  • 99
  • 46
  • Beautiful Hampshire
  • Who was Martha Lloyd and why did she live with jane?
  • 102
  • 47
  • London
  • 104
  • 48
  • Mrs. Austen: What was Jane's mother like?
  • 106
  • 49
  • Jane Austen, poet
  • 7
  • 108
  • 50
  • Was Jane Austen a snob?
  • 110
  • 51
  • "What have wealth or grandeur to do with happiness?"
  • 113
  • 52
  • "Oh! what a Henry"
  • 116
  • 5
  • 53
  • Sisters-in-law
  • 118
  • 54
  • "A very musical society"
  • 119
  • 55
  • Drawing
  • 122
  • 56
  • A family member meets the guillotine
  • "A curricle was the prettiest equipage in the world": horses and carriages
  • 125
  • 57
  • Jane Austen's gardens
  • 129
  • 58
  • "To be fond of dancing"
  • 130
  • Part 5
  • Heroes and Heroines
  • 8
  • 134
  • 59
  • Why are there so many clergymen in Jane Austen's novels?
  • 134
  • 60
  • "Fine naval fervour" I: Frank Austen
  • 137
  • 61
  • "Fine naval fervour" II: Charles Austen
  • 139
  • Part 1
  • 6
  • 62
  • "Fine naval fervour" III: Mansfield Park
  • 141
  • 63
  • "Fine naval fervour" IV: Persuasion
  • 143
  • 64
  • So who was the real Mr. Darcy? (And Mr. Knightley, and Captain Wentworth...)
  • 145
  • 65
  • Jane's education
  • Bad boys
  • 146
  • 66
  • Bad parents
  • 148
  • 67
  • Brothers and sisters
  • 151
  • 68
  • Husbands and wives
  • 10
  • 154
  • 69
  • "Connubial felicity"
  • 156
  • 70
  • Love at first sight
  • 159
  • 71
  • "Pictures of perfection"
  • 162
  • 7
  • 72
  • Emma Woodhouse
  • 163
  • 73
  • "All young ladies accomplished!"
  • 165
  • 74
  • "Rather natural than heroic"
  • 167
  • 75
  • Boys everywhere; How did this single woman write so perceptively about men?
  • Prudence and romance
  • 171
  • 76
  • Girlfriends
  • 173
  • 77
  • "Till this moment, I never knew myself"
  • 176
  • 78
  • Home
  • 12
  • 178
  • 79
  • "She learned romance as she grew older"
  • 181
  • 80
  • City girl
  • 183
  • 81
  • Obsession
  • 185
  • 8
  • 82
  • Fashion
  • 188
  • 83
  • What do Austen's novels say about beauty?
  • 191
  • Part 6
  • Untimely Death
  • 195
  • 84
  • Putting on plays
  • For which novel do we have two endings?
  • 195
  • 85
  • What did Jane Austen say about Mrs. Darcy?
  • 197
  • 86
  • Anna Austen
  • 199
  • 87
  • Fanny Knight
  • 15
  • 201
  • 88
  • Jane Austen's religion
  • 204
  • 89
  • Sanditon: a glimpse of uncharted land
  • 205
  • 90
  • What killed Jane Austen?
  • 207
  • 9
  • 91
  • Jane Austen's will
  • 209
  • 92
  • What secrets do Jane Austen's letters reveal?
  • 210
  • 93
  • Posthumous publication: Northanger Abbey and Persuasion
  • 212
  • 94
  • Birth of a Heroine
  • Brother Edward's fairy-tale good fortune
  • Jane Austen remembered
  • 214
  • Part 7
  • Austen and Popular Culture: From the Eighteenth Century to the Twenty-First
  • 217
  • 95
  • Who were Jane Austen's favorite novelists?
  • 217
  • 96
  • Which poets did she like?
  • 17
  • 219
  • 97
  • Did Jane Austen and Sir Walter Scott ever meet?
  • 222
  • 98
  • Victorians and others
  • 224
  • 99
  • Just how many film, television, and stage adaptations of Austen novels have there been?
  • 226
  • 10
  • 100
  • "The little bit (two Inches wide) of Ivory"
  • 228
  • 101
  • Winchester Cathedral
  • 230
  • Other writer m the Austen family
  • 19
  • Part 2
  • Brilliant Beginnings
  • 22
  • 11
  • What did Jane Austen really look like?
  • 1
  • 22
  • 12
  • Was Jane Austen a fashion victim?
  • 24
  • 13
  • Hilarious violence and vice; the surprise of Austen's earliest writings
  • 26
  • 14
  • More juvenilia
  • 28
  • 1
  • 15
  • Love and Freindship-yes, that's how she spelled it!
  • 30
  • 16
  • Freindship? Spelling and grammar
  • 33
  • 17
  • Lady Susan-Austen's fabulously wicked heroine
  • 36
  • 18
  • Austens of Steventon
  • Gothic pleasures
  • 38
  • 19
  • Young Jane in love-who was Tom Lefroy?
  • 41
  • 20
  • Cassandra Austen, real-life tragic heroine
  • 45
  • 21
  • First Impressions: Why didn't Pride and Prejudice keep its first title?
  • 1
  • 49
  • 22
  • Eliza: cousin and friend becomes sister
  • 50
  • 23
  • How was Elinor and Marianne drastically different from Sense and Sensibility?
  • 52
  • 24
  • Jane Cooper: another cousin's improbably romantic-and tragically short-life
  • 55
  • 2
  • 25
  • Arrested for shoplifting!
  • 57
  • Part 3
  • Silence and Disappointed Love
  • 60
  • 26
  • What distressing news made Jane faint?
  • 60
  • 27
  • Bloodline of a genius
  • Did Jane Austen really hate Bath?
  • 61
  • 28
  • Marriage proposal
  • 64
  • 29
  • More publishing woes
  • 66
  • 30
  • "A little sea-bathing would set me up forever"
Control code
ocm84151312
Dimensions
16 cm
Extent
xiii, 242 pages
Isbn
9781598692846
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Note
823.7 AU74HAN ; P ; XX-N/HQ-EXN ; C0704BT2(LS) ; PA20080222BN ; DONE 03/2008.
System control number
  • (Sirsi) o84151312
  • (Sirsi) o84151312
Label
101 things you didn't know about Jane Austen : the truth about the world's most intriguing romantic literary heroine, Patrice Hannon
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 231-235) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • 3
  • 68
  • 31
  • Jane's mysterious Devon lover
  • 71
  • 32
  • Madam Lefroy
  • 72
  • 33
  • Death of a beloved father
  • 74
  • 3
  • 34
  • Why was The Watsons left unfinished?
  • 76
  • 35
  • Other Emma
  • 79
  • 36
  • Southampton
  • 81
  • Part 4
  • Late-eighteenth-century England: Austen and revolution
  • Glorious Years
  • 84
  • 37
  • Edward to the rescue
  • 84
  • 38
  • Creaking door
  • 86
  • 39
  • Today's "self-published" writers are in good company: Sense and Sensibility
  • 4
  • 87
  • 40
  • First success
  • 89
  • 41
  • Light & bright & sparkling
  • 90
  • 42
  • A truth universally acknowledged
  • 92
  • 4
  • 43
  • Which of Jane's heroines did her mother call "insipid"?
  • 93
  • 44
  • Dedicated to the one I hate: Jane and the Prince Regent
  • 95
  • 45
  • Hints from various quarters
  • 99
  • 46
  • Beautiful Hampshire
  • Who was Martha Lloyd and why did she live with jane?
  • 102
  • 47
  • London
  • 104
  • 48
  • Mrs. Austen: What was Jane's mother like?
  • 106
  • 49
  • Jane Austen, poet
  • 7
  • 108
  • 50
  • Was Jane Austen a snob?
  • 110
  • 51
  • "What have wealth or grandeur to do with happiness?"
  • 113
  • 52
  • "Oh! what a Henry"
  • 116
  • 5
  • 53
  • Sisters-in-law
  • 118
  • 54
  • "A very musical society"
  • 119
  • 55
  • Drawing
  • 122
  • 56
  • A family member meets the guillotine
  • "A curricle was the prettiest equipage in the world": horses and carriages
  • 125
  • 57
  • Jane Austen's gardens
  • 129
  • 58
  • "To be fond of dancing"
  • 130
  • Part 5
  • Heroes and Heroines
  • 8
  • 134
  • 59
  • Why are there so many clergymen in Jane Austen's novels?
  • 134
  • 60
  • "Fine naval fervour" I: Frank Austen
  • 137
  • 61
  • "Fine naval fervour" II: Charles Austen
  • 139
  • Part 1
  • 6
  • 62
  • "Fine naval fervour" III: Mansfield Park
  • 141
  • 63
  • "Fine naval fervour" IV: Persuasion
  • 143
  • 64
  • So who was the real Mr. Darcy? (And Mr. Knightley, and Captain Wentworth...)
  • 145
  • 65
  • Jane's education
  • Bad boys
  • 146
  • 66
  • Bad parents
  • 148
  • 67
  • Brothers and sisters
  • 151
  • 68
  • Husbands and wives
  • 10
  • 154
  • 69
  • "Connubial felicity"
  • 156
  • 70
  • Love at first sight
  • 159
  • 71
  • "Pictures of perfection"
  • 162
  • 7
  • 72
  • Emma Woodhouse
  • 163
  • 73
  • "All young ladies accomplished!"
  • 165
  • 74
  • "Rather natural than heroic"
  • 167
  • 75
  • Boys everywhere; How did this single woman write so perceptively about men?
  • Prudence and romance
  • 171
  • 76
  • Girlfriends
  • 173
  • 77
  • "Till this moment, I never knew myself"
  • 176
  • 78
  • Home
  • 12
  • 178
  • 79
  • "She learned romance as she grew older"
  • 181
  • 80
  • City girl
  • 183
  • 81
  • Obsession
  • 185
  • 8
  • 82
  • Fashion
  • 188
  • 83
  • What do Austen's novels say about beauty?
  • 191
  • Part 6
  • Untimely Death
  • 195
  • 84
  • Putting on plays
  • For which novel do we have two endings?
  • 195
  • 85
  • What did Jane Austen say about Mrs. Darcy?
  • 197
  • 86
  • Anna Austen
  • 199
  • 87
  • Fanny Knight
  • 15
  • 201
  • 88
  • Jane Austen's religion
  • 204
  • 89
  • Sanditon: a glimpse of uncharted land
  • 205
  • 90
  • What killed Jane Austen?
  • 207
  • 9
  • 91
  • Jane Austen's will
  • 209
  • 92
  • What secrets do Jane Austen's letters reveal?
  • 210
  • 93
  • Posthumous publication: Northanger Abbey and Persuasion
  • 212
  • 94
  • Birth of a Heroine
  • Brother Edward's fairy-tale good fortune
  • Jane Austen remembered
  • 214
  • Part 7
  • Austen and Popular Culture: From the Eighteenth Century to the Twenty-First
  • 217
  • 95
  • Who were Jane Austen's favorite novelists?
  • 217
  • 96
  • Which poets did she like?
  • 17
  • 219
  • 97
  • Did Jane Austen and Sir Walter Scott ever meet?
  • 222
  • 98
  • Victorians and others
  • 224
  • 99
  • Just how many film, television, and stage adaptations of Austen novels have there been?
  • 226
  • 10
  • 100
  • "The little bit (two Inches wide) of Ivory"
  • 228
  • 101
  • Winchester Cathedral
  • 230
  • Other writer m the Austen family
  • 19
  • Part 2
  • Brilliant Beginnings
  • 22
  • 11
  • What did Jane Austen really look like?
  • 1
  • 22
  • 12
  • Was Jane Austen a fashion victim?
  • 24
  • 13
  • Hilarious violence and vice; the surprise of Austen's earliest writings
  • 26
  • 14
  • More juvenilia
  • 28
  • 1
  • 15
  • Love and Freindship-yes, that's how she spelled it!
  • 30
  • 16
  • Freindship? Spelling and grammar
  • 33
  • 17
  • Lady Susan-Austen's fabulously wicked heroine
  • 36
  • 18
  • Austens of Steventon
  • Gothic pleasures
  • 38
  • 19
  • Young Jane in love-who was Tom Lefroy?
  • 41
  • 20
  • Cassandra Austen, real-life tragic heroine
  • 45
  • 21
  • First Impressions: Why didn't Pride and Prejudice keep its first title?
  • 1
  • 49
  • 22
  • Eliza: cousin and friend becomes sister
  • 50
  • 23
  • How was Elinor and Marianne drastically different from Sense and Sensibility?
  • 52
  • 24
  • Jane Cooper: another cousin's improbably romantic-and tragically short-life
  • 55
  • 2
  • 25
  • Arrested for shoplifting!
  • 57
  • Part 3
  • Silence and Disappointed Love
  • 60
  • 26
  • What distressing news made Jane faint?
  • 60
  • 27
  • Bloodline of a genius
  • Did Jane Austen really hate Bath?
  • 61
  • 28
  • Marriage proposal
  • 64
  • 29
  • More publishing woes
  • 66
  • 30
  • "A little sea-bathing would set me up forever"
Control code
ocm84151312
Dimensions
16 cm
Extent
xiii, 242 pages
Isbn
9781598692846
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Note
823.7 AU74HAN ; P ; XX-N/HQ-EXN ; C0704BT2(LS) ; PA20080222BN ; DONE 03/2008.
System control number
  • (Sirsi) o84151312
  • (Sirsi) o84151312

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