[The Lost Memoirs of Jane Austen] EBOOK / PDF


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  • The Lost Memoirs of Jane Austen
  • Syrie James
  • English
  • 03 July 2019
  • 9780061341427

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    [The Lost Memoirs of Jane Austen] EBOOK / PDF Syrie James ì 5 Free read Do you mean to say that if I believe in your story as you have told it then it is as good as if it were true? 303 So asks Jane Austen's nephew in this fictional account of her life and so sums up my feelings for this book While I know the story is fiction it was written in such a true and believable fashion that I had to remind myself that it wasn't actually a recently discovered memoir of Jane AustenWhat fan of Jane Austen has not at so

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    [The Lost Memoirs of Jane Austen] EBOOK / PDF What would happen if somebody found by chance a manuscript written by Jane Austen and never read by anybody because hidden for hundreds of years in an old attic? And what if that manuscript contained the tale of a love story experienced by the English writer herself? It would be an indescribable emotion for all those who love Jane Austen But thanks to Syrie James’ brilliant idea all the Janeites can imagine how dear Jane’s l

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    Free download The Lost Memoirs of Jane Austen [The Lost Memoirs of Jane Austen] EBOOK / PDF The Lost Memoirs of Jane Austen begins with a note from a supposed Austen scholar who has been tasked with editin

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    Syrie James ì 5 Free read [The Lost Memoirs of Jane Austen] EBOOK / PDF I cannot imagine anything distressing than reading this book and continuing to be confused as to the real sentim

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    Free download è PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ì Syrie James [The Lost Memoirs of Jane Austen] EBOOK / PDF This was a page turner thanks only to Jane Austen's wonderful storylinesI would not read this book again because there was virtually no originality in it I would also be offended if I were Jane at the idea that I'd lifted every one of

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    Free download The Lost Memoirs of Jane Austen [The Lost Memoirs of Jane Austen] EBOOK / PDF This book is tagged as historical fiction but it is fiction than it is historical That's not to say that it is bad fiction because it was uite good If you are a Jane Austen fan then you probably will like this It was a light uick fun read a nice change of pace from Dickens and Zola

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The Lost Memoirs of Jane Austen

Free read The Lost Memoirs of Jane Austen ä PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free The secrets of Jane Austen's life giving us untold insights into her mind and heartJane Austen has given up her writing when on a fateful trip to Lyme she meets the well read and charming Mr Ashford a man who is her eual in intellect and temperament Inspired by the people and places around her and encouraged by his faith in her Jane begins revising Sense and Se. What would happen if somebody found by chance a manuscript written by Jane Austen and never read by anybody because hidden for hundreds of years in an old attic And what if that manuscript contained the tale of a love story experienced by the English writer herself It would be an indescribable emotion for all those who love Jane Austen But thanks to Syrie James brilliant idea all the Janeites can imagine how dear Jane s life would have been if she had met as her heroines did her true loveThis is such a heart wrenching book It is beautiful but there are a lot of sad moments Of course I was prepared to suffer a little because knowing the real story of Jane Austen I knew that most of the plot was fictional but I cannot deny that while reading some scenes I dreamt of them to be true I have always thought that Jane deserved a love story as enchanting and romantic as the ones she wrote about in her novels and I am sure she met some people some men from whom she got inspiration to create characters like Mr Darcy Captain Wentworth and villains like Willoughby and Wickham In this manuscript there is anything a Janeite could wish for Jane herself tells us about her life and her family s problems after her father s death Alone with her sister Cassandra and her mother Jane will have no home and will be forced to move constantly to her relatives and old acuaintances houses stopping by Southampton until her brother Edward will offer them Chawton Cottage where Jane will be able to start writing again in peace and uiet But there is not only this in these pages There is because Syrie James imagines for our dear Jane a uniue love story An encounter with a man that will change her life and will give her the perfect inspiration to pick up again some abandoned novels and bring them back to life Mr Ashford has in himself the main traits of almost all the Austen heroes I really liked finding some of them throughout the story and experiencing somehow the emotions I felt while reading the novels where they are the protagonists and thanks to him Jane will perfect and finish Sense and Sensibility putting in it all of her experiences her feelings and sufferings Mr Ashford believes in Jane s talent and will do everything he can to make her dream come true But alas as we know Jane Austen will never get married so unlike her novels in this book there is not that happy ending we all would have wanted for her Besides the references to the male characters of Austen s books we can find in this one some hints to the female characters as well The most important in my opinion is the reference to Jane Bennet In this story I think that Cassandra is the personification of the eldest Bennet sister Jane Austen s sister is kind understanding sweet and has always a positive opinion about anything She never let bad news guide her decisions and influence her mood but she always tries to find a reasonable explanation to everything I like to think that Cassandra was really like that and this makes the relationship between Jane Austen and her sister even special to meThe author made a uniue and extremely captivating work in this genre Written in first person with a strong allusion to the real Jane Austen s style and wit this book could easily tell a real story Being able to find a lost manuscript written by Austen is a wonderful dream that probably will never come true but in the meantime do try to dream with this touching and definitely special story The Lost Memoirs of Jane Austen is a book that every Janeite should have on their shelfRating 45 out of 5 stars

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Free read The Lost Memoirs of Jane Austen ä PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Many rumors abound about a mysterious gentleman said to be the love of Jane's life finally the truth may have been found What if hidden in an old attic chest Jane Austen's memoirs were discovered after hundreds of years What if those pages revealed the untold story of a life changing love affair That's the premise behind this spellbinding novel which delves into. Jane Austen Fact born December 16 1775 died July 18 1817 at age 41 Fact never married Fact wrote six complete novels including a few unfinished works and juvenilia Fact lived out her life in a uiet Chawton Cottage with her older spinster sister Cassandra and aging mother Also known is that not long before her own death Cassandra burned much of Jane s private correspondence and even cut out entire passages of the letters saved driving many discussions as to why Many Jane Austen biographies abound and mention her brief flirtation with Tom Lefroy at the age of 19 and even her short lived engagement to Harris Bigg Wither heir of Manydown Park where over night she retracted her acceptance of his hand But nothing from the author herself Nothing as rich as a personal journal What a literary triumph that would be to discover such a one Surely a writer with transparent understanding of romance great love and human nature would have had her own back story to mine such rich characters conversations and scenarios as found in Pride Prejudice Persuasion et al Surely such a mind would have experienced first hand what it is to be in love Author Syrie James undertakes this venture of speculation in her novel The Lost Memoirs of Jane AustenIn this fictional work the story opens with an Editor s Forward written by a Mary I Jesse of Oxford University President of the Jane Austen Literary Foundation stating that manuscripts written in Jane Austen s own hand were recently discovered in a chest that had been walled up at Chawton Manor House These memoirs begin with Jane and Cassandra moving to Bath in 1801 with their parents until Mr Austen dies four years later leaving the women barely solvent During these years they make extended stays with their Austen brothers and are uite dependent on their kindness On one particular occasion while visiting Lyme with her brother Henry Jane meets the handsome rich and amiable Mr Frederick Ashford As devoted Janeites will clearly perceive the language phrasing and situations found in Austen s masterpieces we would also easily recognize many of her male protagonists characteristics in this fine gentleman One example while strolling the Cobb Jane loses her footing and would have fallen to her death on the hard pavement below if not for the uick actions by Mr Ashford A few moments later after this prophetic initial meeting Jane attempts to properly thank him Ashford declares No thanks are necessary Indeed they are Reaching out as you did you might have lost your footing and come to harm yourself Had that been the case I would have given my life or limb in a worthy cause Do you mean to imply that it was worth risking your life to save mine I do A bold statement on such a short acuaintance In what way bold You are a gentleman and the heir to a title and apparently a vast estate Whereas I am a woman with no fortune and of very little conseuence If first impressions are to be believed Miss Austen he began Never trust your first impressions Mr Ashford They are invariably wrong Mine are invariably right And they lead me to this conclusion that you Miss Austen are a woman of greater fortune and conseuence than I On what grounds do you base this claim On these grounds if you were to have perished just now how many people would have missed you How many people Yes I would like to think my mother my sister my friend Martha and my six brothers would miss me My brothers wives my nieces and nephews who number than a dozen and perhaps several dear old friends Whereas I have only my friend and one younger sister to regret my passing No wife then No So you see although I may be rich in property you are rich in family and therefore the far wealthy and important of us I laughed If wealth were based on your principle Mr Ashford the entire class system of England would fall apart at the seams Chapter 3Although knowing from the beginning that this was entirely a tale of fancy and knowing in my head that Jane never married the story filled my heart with an impossible hope Moreover I was surprised when I found myself weeping when the happy event never came to beSyrie James has extensively researched Austen s life and Regency times blending what we know as fact with the mysterious lore created by the gaps unknown to her public creating a beautiful fictional what if The footnotes maps and Austen family tree as well as the chronology of her life were delightful reference bonuses Also included is a A with the author uotations from Austen s works and letters and even Book ClubReading Group Study Guide discussion pointsAlthough this novel is a work of fiction I read it through wishing all along that it were not Like many I would like to imagine this brilliant opinionated witty woman had met the great love of her life and that she did in fact experience some of the magic she so keenly wrote of Syrie James successfully creates a world of Jane Austen we can only wonder but for my part if a book is well written I always find it too short The Juvenilia of Jane Austen With such sage words I can only echo that The Lost Memoirs of Jane Austen is indeed entirely too short

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Free read The Lost Memoirs of Jane Austen ä PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Nsibility a book she began years earlier hoping to be published at lastDeft and witty written in a style that echoes Austen's own this unforgettable novel offers a delightfully possible scenario for the inspiration behind this beloved author's romantic tales It's a remarkable book irresistible to anyone who loves Jane Austen and to anyone who loves a great story. Do you want to be a novelistIt is all I have ever wantedHis eyes locked with mine as a sudden breeze stirred the branches of the trees above usThen a published novelist is what you shall be Miss Jane AustenI have always loved Jane Austen s works but this book really enhanced that love This author did a simply fantastic job with blending historical accuracies with her own ideas and creative impulses It was absolutely brilliant She created a characterization of Jane Austen that would please any aficionado of her writing There were so many times while reading this that I forgot it was a novel and not an actual manuscript written by Austen herself The author breathed life into Jane Austen beloved by so many and it was such a uniue and amazing experience to be a part of that By the end of the book I felt as if I knew Jane as a friend and had to sadly remind myself that it was a novel and not a non fiction account of Jane s lifeIf you are now or have ever been a fan of Jane Austen I highly recommend reading this one Every body has the right to seek true love to believe that she can and should marry for love at least once in her life does she not Must I sacrifice all my hopes