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Thu Oct 16 17:53:47 2014 UTClccn-no970349930.23Jane Austen : collected poems and verse of the Austen family /0.420.93Fugitive pieces : trifles light as air /14935749no 970349934358210Selwyn, DavidSelwyn David G.lccn-n79032879Austen, Jane1775-1817lccn-no90027505Jane Austen Societylccn-sh85009570Austin familylccn-n83027861Austen, James1765-1819lccn-no97053860Austen-Leigh, James Edward1798-1874lccn-n85318174Lane, Maggie1947-lccn-no97023263Chawton HouseLibrarylccn-n93040905Ayris, Pauledtlccn-n50017150Cranmer, Thomasnp-austen, jane 1775 1817 criticism and interpretationAusten, Jane / 1775-1817 / Criticism and interpretationSelwyn, DavidCriticism, interpretation, etcHistoryPoetryBiographyChurch historyBibliography‡vCatalogsUnion lists (Library catalogs)CatalogsCatechismsBibliographyAusten, Jane,EnglandChildren in literatureLeisure in literatureLeisureArtCranmer, Thomas,Austin familyNovelistsChurch of EnglandStatesmenGreat BritainBishopsScholarsPolitical scienceHenry--VIII,--King of England,Relations with bishopsPrivate librariesUnion catalogsEarly printed booksTheologyLibrariesEnglish poetryFamiliesCatechismusAusten, James,Anglican Communion--BishopsPrintingWalesArchitecture, ClassicalBooks and readingFrance--PoitiersUniversity of Wales, Lampeter.--Founder's LibraryPrintersManners and customsInfluence (Literary, artistic, etc.)Theology--Bibliography1951201319781983199319961997199819992000200320042006201028771261823.7PR4037ocn797702928ocn470927896ocn470211184ocn635263481118610ocn670428932file20100.37Selwyn, DavidJane Austen and childrenCriticism, interpretation, etcJane Austen is not usually associated with children - especially since she had none of her own. But there are in fact more children in her novels than one might at first think. She herself was from a sizeable family, with numerous nephews and nieces. She was, by all accounts, good with children and popular with them. It was therefore natural for her to include them in her novels, even if sometimes offstage. This book, by one of the world's leading authorities on Austen, looks at both the real and the literary children in her life - children seen and unseen (and dead); children as models of beh+-+169507293694110ocn741691098file19980.39Selwyn, DavidJane Austen and leisureHistoryJane Austen's novels portray a leisured society of gentlemen and ladies who do not need to work. Even the minority of clergymen, soldiers and sailors - men with professions - are almost never seen working. Jane Austen herself, despite responsibility for some domestic tasks, wrote as a woman of leisure. Yet leisure, the distinguishing mark of a gentleman, was not meant to be an excuse for idleness. The proper use of leisure to fulfil duties, to read and to think, and above all to pursue social relations in a world where family and marriage for the propertied was of central importance, was a vital test of character+-+16260370364554ocn036593228book19970.39The poetry of Jane Austen and the Austen familyPoetryAs in many households in the late eighteenth century, writing verses was a pastime with the Austen family, and the composition of ingenious riddles and charades provided a source of lively entertainment. This volume of verses by Jane Austen and her family contains all the known poems by Jane herself as well as a selection of work by her mother, her sister Cassandra, four of her brothers, her uncle James, her nieces Anna and Fanny, her nephew James Edward and other relatives. David Selwyn provides an introduction and full explanatory notes; his transcriptions, taken from autograph manuscripts or from the earliest copies, are precise in terms of spelling punctuation and layout+-+05300922351047ocn036567721book19960.70Austen, JaneCollected poems and verse of the Austen family+-+4817902036324594ocn053709273book20030.92Austen, JamesThe complete poems of James Austen : Jane Austen's eldest brotherPoetry382ocn077560415book20060.93Austen-Leigh, James EdwardFugitive pieces : trifles light as air365ocn043969729book20000.70Jane Austen : a celebration+-+7209902036324221ocn084987343book19960.23Jane Austen : collected poems and verse of the Austen family+-+4817902036324155ocn610852826book19830.86Selwyn, DavidThe library of Thomas CranmerBibliography CatalogsCatalogsUnion lists (Library catalogs)148ocn067574223book19930.77Thomas CranmerThomas Cranmer : churchman and scholarChurch historyBiography+-+359206603554ocn312954026book19780.74Cranmer, ThomasA catechism set forth by Thomas Cranmer : from the Nuremberg Catechism translated into Latin by Justus JonasCatechisms21ocn635263481book20040.74Readers, printers, churchmen, and travellers : essays in honour of David SelwynHistoryBibliography+-+0530092235+-+0530092235Thu Oct 16 15:53:44 EDT 2014batch10317