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[Read] ➲ May, Lou, Cass By Sophia Hillan – Kdglass.co.uk Marianne Louisa and Cassandra Knight May Lou and Cass were Jane Austen's nieces Jane knew the girls well reading and sewing with them as they grew up and they were often the subjects of her witty lett[Read] May, Lou, Cass By Sophia Hillan Kdglass.co.uk Marianne Louisa and Cassandra Knight May Lou and Cass were Jane Austen's nieces Jane knew the girls well reading and sewing with them as they grew up and they were often the subjects of her witty lett Marianne Louisa and Cassandra Knight May Lou and Cass were Jane Austen's nieces Jane knew the girls well reading and sewing with them as they grew up and the.

Y were often the subjects of her witty lettersThe Knight sisters went on to lead lives that bore a remarkable resemblance to the plots of their aunt's famous novels Handsome noblemen dashing officers and penurious clergymen sought their hands in marriage and just like Austen's heroines May Lou and Cass May, Lou, eBook experienced the pains of blighted love the joy of patience rewarded and th.

may kindle lou mobile cass ebok May Lou mobile May Lou Cass eBookY were often the subjects of her witty lettersThe Knight sisters went on to lead lives that bore a remarkable resemblance to the plots of their aunt's famous novels Handsome noblemen dashing officers and penurious clergymen sought their hands in marriage and just like Austen's heroines May Lou and Cass May, Lou, eBook experienced the pains of blighted love the joy of patience rewarded and th.

7 Comments on "May Lou Cass MOBI ☆ May LoueBook Ó"

  • Katie

    May Lou Cass MOBI ☆ May LoueBook Ó may, kindle, lou, mobile, cass ebok, May, Lou, mobile, May, Lou, Cass eBookSo I love Jane Austen It's like the third thing people find out after meeting me So when I spotted this book last fall at the glorious Hatchards in London I freaked because THERE WAS A BOOK ON JANE AUSTEN I DIDN'T KNOW ABOUT I was thrilled to find that the library back here had a copy of it and picked it up last week when I went And I'm still up in the air how to feel about this I really loved the first two thirds of the book Marianne so like her aunt Jane in personality and in social status was a delight to read about Cassandra Jane too was the brilliant star And although Louisa fell flat she too was a fascinating young woman Rarely have I read about the Austen and Knight family after Jane passed away in 1817 This book revealed the doings of the Knight clan almost to the twentieth century really a remarkable feat There was a lot of history on the politics of Ireland at the time in the book that I


  • Clare Kane

    May Lou Cass MOBI ☆ May LoueBook Ó may, kindle, lou, mobile, cass ebok, May, Lou, mobile, May, Lou, Cass eBookReally well researched and well written book about Jane Austen her family and in particular her 3 nieces who lived and died in Ireland Hillan writes with a simplicity and elegance that reminds me of Austen's works; the book is easy to read despite being a piece of academic research What is particularly interesting about this book is how the loves lives of Jane's nieces and nephews are so reminiscent of the characters and plots in her novels I also loved that bits and pieces of Irish history were included throughout Very enjoyable


  • Alethea

    May Lou Cass MOBI ☆ May LoueBook Ó may, kindle, lou, mobile, cass ebok, May, Lou, mobile, May, Lou, Cass eBookThis nonfiction account takes us into the lives of Austen's nieces and nephews the children of her well to do brother Edward Austen Knight Marianne Louisa and Cassandra were three of his daughters who ended up spending either most of their lives or a good portion of their lives in Donegal in Ireland with their nieces and nephews who had Ireland in their blood Beyond the separation between England and Ireland and their customs however this was a tale of repetition of familial patterns sad patte


  • Deirdre

    May Lou Cass MOBI ☆ May LoueBook Ó may, kindle, lou, mobile, cass ebok, May, Lou, mobile, May, Lou, Cass eBookMay Lou and Cass were Marianne Louisa and Cassandra Knight three sisters who were nieces of Jane Austen and knew her growing up little did anyone realise that all three sis


  • Malvina

    May Lou Cass MOBI ☆ May LoueBook Ó may, kindle, lou, mobile, cass ebok, May, Lou, mobile, May, Lou, Cass eBookSisters Marianna Louisa and Cassandra Knight all ended their days and are buried in Ireland This lovely book gives a wonderful background to the relationship with their aunt Jane Austen and also the ongoing story of the Knight family in England and Ireland plus other family information It is written with a fond hand but also the realisation that single women of uality were so very dependent on the male heirs in the family for a roof over their heads needing to move when said roof was no longer available Very reminiscent of JA's Sense a


  • Susan

    May Lou Cass MOBI ☆ May LoueBook Ó may, kindle, lou, mobile, cass ebok, May, Lou, mobile, May, Lou, Cass eBookBefore reading this book I knew almost nothing about these 3 daughters of Edward Austen Knight Jane Austen's adopted andwealthy brother Most biographical works focus on their older sister Fanny who actually was part of her Aunt Jane's life while these 3were only small children Their lives howeverseem like an Austen novel one selflessly devoted to the care of her father and never married and the other two marrying the same man and their lives in a very troubled Ireland


  • Elaine

    May Lou Cass MOBI ☆ May LoueBook Ó may, kindle, lou, mobile, cass ebok, May, Lou, mobile, May, Lou, Cass eBookIf you are interested in things Jane Austen you might enjoy this biography about the children of Austen's brother Edward Austen Knight The author tries to make connections with Jane but it is kind of meaningless as most of them hardly knew her especially the ladies in the title Some interesting history though


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