My dear Cassandra: the letters of Jane Austen
Clarkson Potter, Apr 1, 1991 - Biography & Autobiography - 160 pages
Abundantly illustrated, this collection of Jane Austen's letters--the only collection that is illustrated--provides an entertaining glimpse into the novelist's life that will delight old fans and attract new ones. 120 full-color and 200 black-and-white illustrations.
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Review: My Dear Cassandra (The Illustrated Letters)User Review - Goodreads
I loved reading this collection of Jane Austen's letters (mostly written to her sister, Cassandra). I love that the book is filled with drawings and paintings from Austen's day to illustrate what she ...
Review: The Illustrated Letters of Jane AustenUser Review - Goodreads
At times the letters seem like all my favorite Austen characters wrote these .... Other times it sounds like me and my sisters ... Still others, two women universally seen and felt. A must for any Austen fan.
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