Jane Austen and Her Times

Geraldine Edith MITTON (1868 - 1955)

This is a lively and highly accessible overview of the life and times of one of England's most beloved authors. Using excerpts from a wide variety of sources, such as Austen's own personal correspondence and the works of her contemporaries, Mitton chronicles her literary career and family life amidst the changing climate of the Georgian and Regency eras, giving the reader a sense of what it was like to live in her world. A must-read for the dedicated Austen aficionado! - Summary by Tomas Peter

Genre(s): Biography & Autobiography

Language: English

Section Chapter Reader Time
Play 01 Chapter I. Preliminary and Discursive Twinkle
00:45:02
Play 02 Chapter II. Childhood deongines
00:22:42
Play 03 Chapter III. The Position of the Clergy Beth Thomas
00:26:57
Play 04 Chapter IV. Home Life at Steventon Twinkle
01:14:00
Play 05 Chapter V. The Novels Beth Thomas
00:43:23
Play 06 Chapter VI. Letters and Post Paula Priebe
00:20:53
Play 07 Chapter VII. Society and Love-making Kara Shallenberg
00:59:29
Play 08 Chapter VIII. Visits and Traveling deongines
00:25:28
Play 09 Chapter IX. Contemporary Writers Tomas Peter
00:24:52
Play 10 Chapter X. A Trio of Novels Twinkle
00:42:03
Play 11 Chapter XI. The Navy Tomas Peter
00:26:03
Play 12 Chapter XII. Bath Paula Priebe
00:25:01
Play 13 Chapter XIII. Dress and Fashions Kathleen Moore
00:41:02
Play 14 Chapter XIV. At Southampton Rosalind Walsh
00:35:57
Play 15 Chapter XV. Chawton Tomas Peter
00:19:53
Play 16 Chapter XVI. In London sawasawaya
00:34:49
Play 17 Chapter XVII. Fanny and Anna Paula Priebe
00:11:04
Play 18 Chapter XVIII. The Prince Regent and 'Emma' Paula Priebe
00:14:17
Play 19 Chapter XIX. Last Days Paula Priebe
00:18:44