By F B Pinion

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ISBN-13: 9781349011612

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A Jane Austen significant other: A serious Survey and Reference booklet via F. B. Pinion 1973 Hardcover 342 pages together with Index Macmillian

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Letters were of limited size, folded rather like airmail forms, and sealed. They were frequently chequer-written (E. xix) to give the recipient, who paid the postage, good value for high charges. 'Dear mel what is to become of mel Such a long letter! Two and forty lines in the second page. ' Jane wrote to Cassandra (Letters, 214, 344). Another result of high costs was the common abbreviation of words. P. wrote the address and added his signature. It was a great convenience to Lady Bertram that her husband should have to 'frank' her letters in this way (MP.

Perhaps we should be sceptical of Henry Crawford's expertise as a landscape gardener or 'improver'; few would expect Rushworth to be an authority on the subject. When he stated (MP. vi) that 'Repton, or any body of that sort, would certainly have the avenue at Sotherton down; the avenue that leads from the west front to the top of the hill you know', a serious blunder may be suspected. Whole avenues had been felled, and Fanny Price recalled Cowper's protest, but Repton thought an avenue 'most pleasing' when it 'climbs up a hill, and, passing over its summit, leaves the fancy to conceive its termination'.

This portion comprises her last finished writing, and includes the most moving, and perhaps the most artistic, scene in all her works. Susan had been recovered from the publisher who bought it in 1803. Jane had a spare copy which she may have revised in the meantime, but the fact that the novel was put 'upon the shelve for the present' early in March 1817 indicates that she was not wholly satisfied with Northanger Abbe_y as we have it today. Shortly afterwards she was compelled to give up Sanditon, after working on it about two months.

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