Jane Austen and Lord Byron: Regency Relations
 
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ISBN13:9781350381391
ISBN10:135038139X
Binding:Paperback
No. of pages:264 pages
Size:216x138 mm
Language:English
Illustrations: 25 bw illus
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Jane Austen and Lord Byron

Regency Relations
 
Publisher: Bloomsbury Academic
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Number of Volumes: Paperback
 
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Jane Austen and Lord Byron are often presented as opposites, but here they are together at last. In Regency England he was the first celebrity author while she was a parson's daughter writing anonymously. This book explores how their lives, interests, work and sense of humour often brought them within touching distance, and sets them side by side in the world of the Regency and Romantic period.

Using some little-known sources and new research, it illustrates how they were distantly related by marriage; how they knew about each other even though they probably never met; the acquaintances they had in common and how their literary work often came close in subject-matter, approach, technique and tone.

Engagingly written and beautifully illustrated, this book will inform and delight scholars and Austen and Byron fans alike, showing that these two great authors were closer than you might think, even in their own day.
Table of Contents:
Introduction: A family affair
Chapter 1: London: 'Dissipation & vice'
Chapter 2: Theatre and other entertainments: 'good hardened real acting'
Chapter 3: Portsmouths and Hansons: 'lunatizing' the Earl
Chapter 4: Publishing: 'He is a Rogue of course, but a civil one'
Chapter 5: Finances, fiction and entail: 'A large income is the best recipe for happiness I ever heard of'
Chapter 6: Writing: 'I hate things all fiction'
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