• Jane Austen 2D
  • CD i **;

Detailinformationen

  • NAXOS AUDIO BOOKS, 08/2000
  • Einband: CD
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-13: 9789626342015
  • Bestell-Nr.: 2441937
  • Umfang: 30 Seiten
  • Gewicht: 91 g
  • Maße: 140 x 125 mm
  • Stärke: 10 mm
  • Spielzeit: 150:00 Min.
  • Erscheinungstermin: 15.8.2000

  • Achtung: Artikel ist nicht in deutscher Sprache!
This highly enjoyable account of the life
of Jane Austen is regarded as the classic
biography of one the greatest English novelists.
It illustrates not only the character and
opinions of an unusually perceptive and
gifted woman, but also the social life
amongst the county gentry of Georgian England.
Outside her writing, Jane Austen's main
interest was her large and affectionate
family and their circle of friends. This is
the world she so brilliantly depicted in her
novels, and Elizabeth Jenkins shows how often
the settings and characters mirrored the
writer's own life in Hampshire.
Sprecher: Teresa Gallagher (150 Min.)
  1. 1 The 18th Century And The Austen Home Start
  2. 2 17th December 1775 - The Birth Of Jane Austen At Steventon Rectory Start
  3. 3 Back Home In Steventon Start
  4. 4 Eliza Hancock - The Comtesse De Feuillide Start
  5. 5 Tom LeFroy Start
  6. 6 Early Writings Start
  7. 7 Two Pretty Girls - Jane And Cassandra Start
  8. 8 The Dance With Tom LeFroy Start
  9. 9 First Impression, 1797: Declined Start
  10. 10 Family Matters, 1798 Start
  11. 11 Jane Austen To Bath, 1799 Start
  12. 12 1800-1801 The Move To 4 Syndey Place, Bath Start
  13. 13 November 1802 - A Proposal Start
  14. 14 Northanger Abbey Finished
  15. 15 The Death Of Reverand George Austen, Jane's Father, And The Batte Of Trafalgar 1805/1806-7-... Start
  16. 16 A Family Houses Party At Godmersham Start
  17. 17 The Death Of Elizabeth Austen Start

Produktinfo

This highly enjoyable account of the life of Jane Austen is regarded as the classic biography of one the greatest English novelists. It illustrates not only the character and opinions of an unusually perceptive and gifted woman, but also the social life amongst the county gentry of Georgian England. Outside her writing, Jane Austen’s main interest was her large and affectionate family and their circle of friends. This is the world she so brilliantly depicted in her novels, and Elizabeth Jenkins shows how often the settings and characters mirrored the writer’s own life in Hampshire.

Klappentext

This perceptive biography portrays the writer of Emma, Pride and Prejudice, Persuasion, and other unforgettable novels whose characters faced the challenges in the world of country gentry in Regency England.

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