Jane Austen, Her Life and Letters by William Austen-Leigh and Richard Arthur Austen-Leigh

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Almost one hundred years after the death of Jane Austen, William Austen-Leigh and Richard Arthur Austen-Leigh published "Jane Austen: Her Life and Letters. A Family Record" (1913). The book lovingly details Jane's birth, childhood, adolescence, and maturity; the everyday minutiae of her life, the circumstances in which she wrote her juvenilia and her six novels, and her early death. Using Jane Austen's own letters, additional letters sent between a large and fond family, and family reminiscences, William and Richard Austen-Leigh continued the family tradition of carefully nurturing the literary and personal reputation of a literary icon who also happened to be a most beloved aunt.

Table of Contents:
Preface
Chronology
I. Austens and Leighs, 1600-1764
II. Steventon, 1764-1785
III. Warren Hastings and the Hancocks, 1752-1794
IV. Family Life, 1779-1792
V. Growth and Change, 1792-1796
VI. Romance, 1795-1802
VII. Authorship and Correspondence, 1796-1798
VIII. Godmersham and Steventon, 1798-1799
IX. The Leigh Perrots and Bath, 1799-1800
X. Change of Home, 1800-1801
XI. Bath Again, 1801-1805
XII. From Bath To Southampton, 1805-1808
XIII. From Southampton To Chawton, 1808-1809
XIV. Sense and Sensibility, 1809-1811
XV. Pride and Prejudice, 1812-1814
XVI. Mansfield Park, 1812-1814
XVII. Emma, 1814-1815
XVIII. Persuasion, 1815-1816
XIX. Aunt Jane, 1814-1817
XX. Failing Health, 1816-1817
XXI. Winchester, 1817
Appendix: the Text of Jane Austen's Novels
Bibliography

 

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