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Elizabeth Hawksley
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A a look at Jane Austen's subtle dig at snobbery and the over-valuation of social rank.
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A little light reading for ladies 1831 style - plus fashion, of course!
The Ladies' Pocket Magazine (1824-1839)
The Ladies' Pocket Magazine (1824-1839)
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Looks at the implications of Travel in Jane Austen's Persuasion amd Northanger Abbey
Jane Austen: Travel in 'Persuasion'
Jane Austen: Travel in 'Persuasion'
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Catherine Morland learns about life the hard way
Jane Austen: The Tyrannical General Tilney
Jane Austen: The Tyrannical General Tilney
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Calling all lovers of John of Gaunt and Katherine Swynford
Historical and Regency Romance UK
Historical and Regency Romance UK
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Love Georgette Heyer; worried about the scene in April Lady' where Letty is allowed to marry Jeremy and go to Brazil.
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A look at what was going on behind the glee singing in Jane Austen's Mansfield Park
JANE AUSTEN: Glee Singing at Mansfield Park
JANE AUSTEN: Glee Singing at Mansfield Park
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An authentic view of the super-vulgar home of a Victorian mistress
Where the Mistress Lived
Where the Mistress Lived
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The Spanish Peninsular war: a long and bloody conflict and an unforgettable herione.
Remembering the Spanish Peninsular War
Remembering the Spanish Peninsular War
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Are these just imaginary monsters - or do they represent Man's unconscious mind? Decide for yourself.
A Visit to the Park of Monsters
A Visit to the Park of Monsters
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