Jane Austen, The Poetry

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Jane Austen – An Introduction. Some would argue that Jane Austen was England’s finest authoress and it would be hard to argue against. The characters and sweep of the lives of the landed gentry and her grip on social commentary in Pride & Prejudice, Sense & Sensibility, Emma, Northanger Abbey are true testament to her greatness in a life of only 42 years. But here we present another facet of her talent; her poetry. Often overlooked and admittedly slim but revealing nonetheless. These poems are also available as an audiobook read for you by Ghizela Rowe and can be found at iTunes, Amazon and other digital stores. Index Of Poems; Happy The Lab'rer; I've A Pain In My Head; Miss Lloyd Has Now Went To Miss Green; Mock Panegyric On A Young Friend; My Dearest Frank, I Wish You Joy; Ode To Pity; Of A Ministry Pitiful, Angry, Mean; Oh! Mr Best You're Very Bad; See They Come, Post Haste From Thanet; This Little Bag; To The Memory Of Mrs. Lefroy Who Died December 16 - My Birthday; When Stretch'd on One's Bed; When Winchester Races.
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