Jane Austen's Rules of Romance: The Necessary Refinements and Situations for the Successful Procurement of the Marriageable Man

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WestBow Press, Oct 1, 2012 - Family & Relationships - 134 pages
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Jane Austen's Rules of Romance or The Necessary
Refinements and Situations for the Successful
Procurement of the Marriageable Man is a collection
of relationship advice from the all-time master of the
romance novel. Arranged in a readable quotation format
and organized into compelling chapters like The Eligible
Gentleman, Ungallant Behavior, The Accomplished
Woman and Marrying Well; the book takes Jane's own
words from every existing piece of her writing, including
rarely read works like Catharine, Evelyn and Lesley Castle
and gives you the chance to enjoy her wit and wisdom
while learning her life lessons.
 

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Ticia Blackburn reinvented herself as the writer of her college dreams after more than 20 years experience designing costumes for Television and Film. During that time, she researched the dress, interiors and morays of the many eras she designed, making her an expert in the social fashions of the times. In Jane Austen's Rules of Romance, Ms. Blackburn turns her research expertise to her favorite author and delivers Austen's timeless advice about relationships.

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