A Charming Place: Bath in the Life and Novels of Jane Austen by Maggie Lane
Written by the co-founder of the Bath and Bristol branch of the Jane Austen Society
This beautifully illustrated pocket-sized book takes the reader on a tour of Georgian Bath, from the moment of arrival through all the pursuits Jane Austen, her social circle and her characters engaged in during their stay.
The historical framework of the text is filled with references to Jane Austen’s life and correspondence, and of course to her descriptions of the city in her novels.
This book is a very useful companion for visitors with an historical interest in their Jane Austen-inspired visit to the city.
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