A Jane Austen Encyclopedia by Paul Poplawski PDF

By Paul Poplawski

ISBN-10: 0313300178

ISBN-13: 9780313300172

ISBN-10: 0861721098

ISBN-13: 9780861721092

ISBN-10: 1567508898

ISBN-13: 9781567508895

Probably the 1st glossy novelist, Jane Austen (1775-1817) has left an indelible mark at the global of letters. She is better often called the writer of penetrating experiences of family existence and manners in Georgian England, and her works remain learn and preferred this day. Her writings have additionally generated a tremendous quantity of scholarship, and critics proceed to provide insightful interpretations of her writings. This reference e-book is a correct, entire, and unique consultant to her existence and works. The chronologies that start the amount define the primary occasions in her lifestyles and position her works inside higher old and literary contexts. the loads of alphabetically prepared entries that persist with establish characters, speak about works and issues, and synthesize the enormous physique of feedback dedicated to her writings. the amount concludes with broad bibliographies of works through and approximately Austen.

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February: Proofs for Mansfield Park probably corrected. March: Jane Austen travels to London with Henry Austen on 1 March and stays with him there (possibly continuing with the proofs of Mansfield Park) until early April, when she returns to Chawton with Cassandra, via a visit to Catherine (Bigg) Hill at Streatham. 9 May: Mansfield Park published in a probable edition of 1,250 copies, at eighteen shillings each. June–July: Jane Austen spends two weeks with her aunt and uncle Cooke at Great Bookham, Surrey.

Repeal of Conventicle Act eases position of Protestant Dissenters in Britain. 1813 17 Luddites executed in York. East India Company’s trade monopoly in India ended, though its monopoly in China continues. 1814 Britain and allies invade France, entering Paris on 31 March. Napoleon abdicates and is banished to Elba. Treaty of Ghent ends Anglo-American War in December (though the Battle of New Orleans takes place in January 1815). George Stephenson (1781–1848), developing Trevithick’s pioneering work (see 1802 and 1804), constructs the most effective steam locomotive so far—it operates at Killingworth colliery.

7 million. ] 1776 4 July: Declaration of American Independence. 1778 France declares war on Britain in support of America. 1779 Spain enters war on American side: siege of Gibraltar begins (continues until February 1783). Samuel Crompton (1753–1827) invents his ‘‘mule,’’ a cross between the water frame and the spinning jenny, capable of spinning cotton that is at once strong and fine. 1780 Holland enters war on American side. June: Gordon Riots in London: anti-Catholic demonstration escalates into full-scale rioting over ten days; some 700 die, with 450 arrests and twenty-five subsequent executions.

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