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{Read Epub} Ù Jane Austen's Christmas: The Festive Season in Georgian England ô Between these pages, readers can experience Christmas in the later Georgian period, as described by many of Miss Austen s contemporaries, including Robert Southey, John Clare, and Sir Walter Scott Learn about the elaborate Christmas seasons held in Kent and Southampton and celebrated by Jane Austen and her family their games of charades and Christmas pudding recipe Balancing the Load readers can experience Christmas in the later Georgian period Most Likely To... as described by many of Miss Austen s contemporaries Blind (Lorelei Bluffs Book 3) including Robert Southey The Counterfeiter-Catching Cat (Beatrice Young Cat Mystery John Clare Gordo & the Gringo and Sir Walter Scott Learn about the elaborate Christmas seasons held in Kent and Southampton and celebrated by Jane Austen and her family their games of charades and Christmas pudding recipe In between reading Austenesque Christmas novels and purchasing Austen Inspired gifts for their loved ones, the only thing needed to complete your Janeite Christmas besides Mr Darcy under the tree is discovering how our beloved authoress celebrated the Christmas season Did she deck the halls Exchange gifts Sing carols We know that over the years customs have changed and new traditions have developed, but are there any similarities between Jane Austen s festive season and ours Included in In between reading Austenesque Christmas novels and purchasing Austen Inspired gifts for their loved ones, the only thing needed to complete your Janeite Christmas besides Mr Darcy under the tree is discovering how our beloved authoress celebrated the Christmas season Did she deck the halls Exchange gifts Sing carols We know that over the years customs have changed and new traditions have developed, but are there any similarities between Jane Austen s festive season and ours Included in this compilation are the excerpts from Jane Austen s novels, letters, and Juvenilia in which Christmas is mentioned Most of these are obscure references where Christmas is casually mentioned, often not providing much enlightenment of Georgian Christmas traditions This dearth of material unfortunately makes Maria Hubert s compilation about Jane Austen s Christmas a brief and uninformative one To supplement the lack of material from the Austen family, Ms Hubert includes excerpts of poems, letters, and diary entries from poet Robert Southey and clergyman William Holland amongst others While I did enjoy Southey s poems, I felt Reverend Holland s diary entries a little bit ill fitting and uninteresting Poor Reverend Holland seems a glum person and his diary entries reflect little joy or excitement for the holiday season.To continue reading, go to Prettily bound and illustrated, this short work makes a cozy read for a winter night, especially if done so by light of the Christmas tree or crackling fire A full review can be found at Prettily bound and illustrated, this short work makes a cozy read for a winter night, especially if done so by light of the Christmas tree or crackling fire A full review can be found at