Jane Austen's Letters

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Jane Austen's Letters

Collected and Edited by DEIRDRE LE FAYE

THIRD EDITION

Oxford New York OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS v
  • Contents vii
  • INTRODUCTION TO THE FIRST EDITION (1932) ix
  • PREFACE TO THE THIRD EDITION xiv
  • LIST OF LETTERS (and concordance with RWC numeration) xix
  • 1. To Cassandra Austen 1
  • 2. To Cassandra Austen 3
  • 3. To Cassandra Austen 5
  • 4. To Cassandra Austen 5
  • 5. To Cassandra Austen 7
  • 6. To Cassandra Austen 9
  • 7. To Cassandra Austen 11
  • 8. To Philadelphia Walter 13
  • 9. To Cassandra Austen 14
  • 10 To Cassandra Austen 15
  • 11. To Cassandra Austen 19
  • 12. To Cassandra Austen 21
  • 13. To Cassandra Austen 23
  • 14. To Cassandra Austen 25
  • 15. To Cassandra Austen 28
  • 16. To Cassandra Austen 32
  • 17. To Cassandra Austen 33
  • 18. To Cassandra Austen 36
  • 19. To Cassandra Austen 39
  • 20. To Cassandra Austen 41
  • 21. To Cassandra Austen 44
  • 22. To Cassandra Austen 46
  • 23. To Cassandra Austen 49
  • 24. To Cassandra Austen 52
  • 25. To Cassandra Austen 54
  • 26. To Martha Lloyd 58
  • 27. To Cassandra Austen 60
  • 28. To Cassandra Austen 63
  • 29. To Cassandra Austen 66
  • 30. To Cassandra Austen 69
  • 31. To Cassandra Austen 72
  • 32. To Cassandra Austen 74
  • 33. To Cassandra Austen 77
  • 34. To Cassandra Austen 79
  • 35. To Cassandra Austen 81
  • 36. To Cassandra Austen 84
  • 37. To Cassandra Austen 86
  • 38. To Cassandra Austen 89
  • 39. To Cassandra Austen 92
  • 40. To Francis Austen 95
  • 41. To Francis Austen 97
  • 42. To Francis Austen 98
  • 43. To Cassandra Austen 99
  • 44. To Cassandra Austen 103
  • 45. To Cassandra Austen 106
  • 46. To Cassandra Austen 109
  • 47. To Cassandra Austen 111
  • 48 (C). To Fanny Austen (Knight) 113
  • 49. To Cassandra Austeen 114
  • 50. To Cassandra Austen 118
  • 51. To Cassandra Austen 122
  • 52. To Cassandra Austen 125
  • 53. To Cassandra Austen 128
  • 54. To Cassandra Austen 132
  • 55. To Cassandra Austen 136
  • 56. To Cassandra Austen 139
  • 57. To Cassandra Austen 142
  • 58. To Cassandra Austen 146
  • 59. To Cassandra Austen 147
  • 60. To Cassandra Austen 149
  • 61. To Cassandra Austen 153
  • 62. To Cassandra Austen 155
  • 63. To Cassandra Austen 159
  • 64. To Cassandra Austen 162
  • 65. To Cassandra Austen 165
  • 66. To Cassandra Austen 168
  • 67. To Cassandra Austen 171
  • 68(D). To Crosby & Co. 174
  • 68(A). From Richard Crosby 175
  • 69(D). To Francis Austen 175
  • 69. To Francis Austen 177
  • 70. To Cassandra Austen 179
  • 71. To Cassandra Austen 182
  • 72. To Cassandra Austen 185
  • 73. To Cassandra Austen 187
  • 74. To Cassandra Austen 190
  • 75. To Cassandra Austen 192
  • 76(C). To Anna Austen 195
  • 77. To Martha Lloyd 195
  • 78. To Cassandra Austen 198
  • 79. To Cassandra Austen 201
  • 80. To Cassandra Austen 203
  • 81. To Cassandra Austen 204
  • 82. To Martha Lloyd 207
  • 83. To ?Francis Austen 209
  • 84. To Cassandra Austen 209
  • 85. To Cassandra Asten 211
  • 86. To Francis Austen 214
  • 87. To Cassandra Austen 217
  • 88. To Cassandra Austen 222
  • 89. To Cassandra Austen 224
  • 90. To Francis Austen 229
  • 91. To Cassandra Austen 232
  • 92. To Cassandra Austen 236
  • 93. To Cassandra Austen 241
  • 94. To Cassandra Austen 244
  • 95. To Cassandra Austen 247
  • 96. To Cassandra Austen 251
  • 97. To Cassandra Austen 255
  • 98. To Cassandra Austen 257
  • 99. To Cassandra Austen 261
  • 100. To ?Francis Austen 262
  • 101. To Cassandra Austen 263
  • 102. To Cassandra Austen 264
  • 103. To Anna Austen 266
  • 104. To Anna Austen 267
  • 105. To Cassandra Austen 270
  • 106. To Martha Lloyd 272
  • 107. To Anna Austen 274
  • 108. To Anna Austen 276
  • 109. To Fanny Knight 278
  • 110. To Anna Lefroy 282
  • 111. To Anna Lefroy 282
  • 112. To Anna Lefroy 283
  • 113. To Anna Lefroy 284
  • 114. To Fanny Knight 285
  • 115. To Caroline Austen 288
  • 116. To anna Lefroy 288
  • 117. To Anna Lefroy 289
  • 118. To Anna Lefroy 289
  • 119. To Caroline Austen 290
  • 120. To Anna Lefroy 290
  • 121. To Cassandra Austen 291
  • 122 (A) (D). From Henry Austen 293
  • 123. To Caroline Austen 294
  • 124(D). To John Murray 295
  • 124. To John Murray 295
  • 125(D). To James Stanier Clarke 296
  • 125(A). From James Stanier Clarke 296
  • 126. To John Murray 297
  • 127. To Cassandra Austen 298
  • 128. To Cassandra Austen 300
  • 129. To Cassandra Austen 302
  • 130. To John Murray 304
  • 131 (C). To John Murray 305
  • 132(D). To James Stanier Clarke 305
  • 132(A). From James Stanier Clarke 306
  • 133. To Charles Thomas Haden 308
  • 134(A). From the Countess of Morley 308
  • 134(D). To the Countess of Morley 309
  • 134. To the Countess of Morley 309
  • 135. To Anna Lefroy 310
  • 136. To Catherine Ann Prowting 310
  • 137. To Caroline Austen 310
  • 138(A). From James Stanier Clarke 311
  • 138(D). To James Stanier Clarke 312
  • 139. To John Murray 313
  • 140. To Caroline Austen 313
  • 141(C). To Anna Lefroy 315
  • 142. To James-Edward Austen 315
  • 143. To Caroline Austen 317
  • 144. To Cassandra Austen 318
  • 145. To Cassandra Austen 319
  • 146. To James Edward Austen 322
  • 147(C). To Anna Lefroy 324
  • 148. To Cassandra Esten Austen 324
  • 149. To Caroline Austen 325
  • 150(C). To Alethea Bigg 326
  • 151. To Fanny Knight 328
  • 152. To Caroline Austen 331
  • 153. To Fanny Knight 331
  • 154. To Caroline Austen 334
  • 155. To Fanny Knight 335
  • 156. To Caroline Austen 337
  • 157. To Charles Austen 338
  • 158. Will & Testament 339
  • 159. To Anne Sharp 340
  • 160. To James Edward Austen 342
  • 161(C). To ?Frances Tilson 343
  • CEA/1. From Cassandra Austen to Fanny Knight 343
  • CEA/2. From Cassandra Austen to Anne 346
  • CEA/3. From Cassandra Austen to Fanny Knight 346
  • ABBREVIATIONS AND CITATIONS 349
  • Notes 353
  • GENERAL NOTES ON THE LETTERS 471
  • SELECT BIBLIOGRAPHY 473
  • BIOGRAPHICAL INDEX 483
  • TOPOGRAPHICAL INDEX 591
  • GENERAL INDEX 623
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