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Book Title: The Friendly Jane Austen: A Well-Mannered Introduction to a Lady of Sense and Sensibility|
The author of the book: Natalie Tyler
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Edition: Penguin Books
Date of issue: August 1st 2001
ISBN 13: 9780141001920
Format files: PDF
The size of the: 948 KB
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Every generation rediscovers Jane Austen with a renewed passion for her timeless stories of romance, family relations, and foibles of human nature. Today she is more popular than ever. Natalie Tyler captures the essence of this enthusiasm in a book that shuns obscure academic approaches and provides lively discussions about every one of Austen's novels and characters. Readers can experience the highlights of Austen's early writings, learn about the man who almost won her hand, and puzzle over what on earth she meant by the last line of Persuasion. Tyler includes quizzes, eye-catching illustrations, interviews with Austen scholars and lovers of her work-such as Jane Smiley, T. C. Boyle, and Miss Manners-plus a filmography, a bibliography, and browsable quotes and sidebars to create this wildly entertaining Austen companion.
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Read information about the authorI like Shakespeare, the romantic poets, the Victorian poets, modernists, middle-brow novelists and many kinds of murder mysteries and intriguing non-fiction books.
My favorite novelists are Austen, Trollope, Dickens, Eliot, Wharton, Pym, Iris Murdoch, and Elizabeth Taylor. I also like most of the great Russian novelists and just about anything that remains from the days of the doughty old widow at Windsor.
Please feel free to friend me if you take literature seriously and if you don't require the supernatural in your literature. I will not and cannot read books about vampires or werewolves or mermaids or unicorns or trips to Mars or excursions to Atlantis with a ghostly sherpa.