James Austen

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Timeline Of Jane Austen - 1780s
... Year Austen Literary history Political history 1780 Publication of The Education of Humanity by Gotthold Ephraim Lessing 2–11 June – Gordon Riots in London ... Thomas Knight of Godmersham, Kent Spring – Jane Austen, Cassandra Austen, and Jane Cooper sent to live with Mrs ... the power to guide Indian politics 1785 Spring – Austen and Cassandra attend Abbey School, Reading, Berkshire Publication of William Cowper's (pictured) poem The Task 1786 Edward ...
Timeline Of Jane Austen - 1790s
... Year Austen Literary history Political history 1790 James Austen takes up residence as curate of Overton, Hampshire Autumn – Edward Austen returns to ... Convention abolishes the monarchy and officially declares France a Republic 1793 ? – Austen begins to write, then sets aside, Sir Charles Grandison ... Craven, as his private chaplain for the West Indian campaign December–January 1796 – Austen's flirtation with Tom Lefroy on his visit to Ashe rectory Hannah More (pictured ...

Famous quotes containing the words austen and/or james:

    What did she say?—Just what she ought, of course. A lady always does.—She said enough to show there need not be despair—and to invite him to say more himself.
    —Jane Austen (1775–1817)

    Ideas are so much flat psychological surface unless some mirrored matter gives them cognitive lustre. This is why as a pragmatist I have so carefully posited ‘reality’ ab initio, and why throughout my whole discussion, I remain an epistemologist realist.
    —William James (1842–1910)