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Jane Austen's Literary Manuscripts: A Study of the Novelist's Development through the Surviving Papers. Revised Edition (Continuum Collection Series) Paperback – 15 Apr 2006
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'One of the most valuable features of his study is that it concentrates attention on the professionalism of Jane Austen as a novelist.' Marilyn Butler, Essays in Criticism
'[this] pioneering investigation...tells us much more about Jane Austen both as a person and as an artists than any popular biography could do.' Graham Handley
'Thorough, informed and sensitive....a notable piece of work.' Times Literary Supplement
About the Author
Brian Southam is former Chairman of the Jane Austen Society. Among his many books are the two volumes of Jane Austen: The Critical Heritage (1968, 1987).
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