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George Latimer Apperson
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A Jane Austen Dictionary

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"Dictionary of the terms and words used in Austen novels. When we need to know where Jane Austen referenced America, Ireland, the Battle of Agincourt, the Knightley family, or ""Hamlet,"" this book has the answer. This is a devoted reference for the places and people in Jane's life and literature."
Hardcover, 151 pages
Published by Norwood Editions (first published May 28th 2003)
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Kirk
Mar 02, 2015 rated it really liked it
Shelves: 2015, jane-austen
This maybe the only original comment in the dictionary(very short definitions otherwise) but such a good one....

"But the end of Love and Freindship" is dated June 13, 1790, when the author was but fourteen and a half years old, which makes that spirited little essay in irony and burlesque a remarkable example of precocity" -pg 89-90
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