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Walking Jane Austen's London (Paperback)
  • Walking Jane Austen's London (Paperback)

Walking Jane Austen's London (Paperback)

Paperback 112 Pages / Published: 10/07/2013
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From prize-winning historical novelist Louise Allen, this book presents eight walks through both the London Jane Austen knew and the London of her novels! Follow in Jane's footsteps to her publisher's doorstep and the Prince Regent's vanished palace, see where she stayed when she was correcting proofs of Sense and Sensibility and accompany her on a shopping expedition - and afterwards to the theatre. In modern London the walker can still visit the church where Lydia Bennett married Wickham, stroll with Elinor Dashwood in Kensington Palace Gardens or imagine they follow Jane's naval officer brothers as they stride down Whitehall to the Admiralty. From well-known landmarks to hidden corners, these walks reveal a lost London that can still come alive in vivid detail for the curious visitor, who will discover eighteenth-century chop houses, elegant squares, sinister prisons, bustling city streets and exclusive gentlemen's clubs amongst innumerable other Austen-esque delights.

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
ISBN: 9780747812951
Number of pages: 112
Weight: 243 g
Dimensions: 210 x 149 x 10 mm


Top 5 Austen-inspired Nonfiction Book of the Year--Austenprose.com

Top 5 Austen-inspired NonfictionBook of the Year Austenprose.com"

Top 5 Austen-inspired NonfictionBook of the Year Austenprose.com


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