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In this third and final volume of his Jane Austen series, Collins Hemingway again displays his notable ability to recreate time and place, moving on from the heady days of Jane Austen’s early love to a marriage beset by difficulties and a country at war.
Jane is a new mother almost totally absorbed […]
This eagerly awaited second volume of The Marriage of Miss Jane Austen trilogy sees Jane married and busily engaged in learning to manage a large house and servants and sharing her husband’s scientific and business interests. Here again is a strikingly real Jane Austen fully engaged in the turbulent times of her country.
The story is set in 1806, a time when England’s triumph over Napoleon at Trafalgar finally frees the country to concentrate on other issues.
Few authors who have been so unknown in their lifetimes have gone on to achieve such enduring popularity as Jane Austen. Consider the sheer number of copycat books, portraying Austen as an early 19th century detective, for example, or offering contemporary takes on her stories. Collins Hemingway’s book rises above these contrived efforts by […]