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Emma (1816)

23 Old Maid’s Puzzle for Tom LeFroy by Becky Brown Tom LeFroy by George Englehart Jane Austen’s surviving let.

British Reproduction of 1898 C.E. Brock illustration of Emma

"Most beloved Emma - tell me at once, 1898 by Charles Edmund Brock (English 1870 – from "Emma" by Jane Austen

Sense and Sensibility. "We have been engaged these four years." ~ Volume I, Chapter XXII

We have been engaged these four years - Sense and Sensibility, 1908 C E Brock.

Charles E. Brock - illustrator for Jane Austin novels. This is a scene from Emma, one of my favorites.

Jane Austen Illustrator C.E. Brock and his Equally Talented Brother, H.M. Brock

Jane Austen Illustrator C. Brock and his Equally Talented Brother, H. Brock « Jane Austen's World

john thorpe of northanger abbey

John Thorpe - Northanger Abbey by Jane Austen. This edition published

Jane Austen - Mansfield Park, Vol. II - cap. 9 (27)

" Fanny's reaction to Edmund's gift of a gold chain for her cross charm. Mansfield Park Jane Austen, illustrated by C E Brock

Fourteenth in a series of posts celebrating 200 years of Jane Austen’s Mansfield Park. Lynn Festa has an Interesting take on Austen's description of the relationship between the Bertram sisters.

Her prospect always ended in Mr. Crawford and her sister sitting side by side - Mansfield Park -Jane Austen /CE Brock

Mrs Rushworth got ready to give her visitors a tour of Sotherton Court. She’d made sure she’d be almost as competent as her housekeeper – better than the Countess of Grantham in Downton Abbey…

The guardianship of religion and morals: prayer and manners in Mansfield Park

A ranting young man who appears likely to knock him down backwards - Mansfield Park, 1908 C E Brock

C. E. Brock «Вперив задумчивый взор в одну из выставленных гравюр» (гл.18)

Brock illustration of the print-seller shop in Bath, featuring Admiral Croft and Anne Elliot.

CE Brock illustrations of Persuasion (Are you a RAPper or a RAPscallion? Http://www.regencyassemblypress.com)

Persuasion by Jane Austen - Sir Walter, his two daughters, and Mrs. Clay, were the earliest of all their party at the rooms in the evening; and as Lady Dalrymple must be waited for, they took their

‘If I could but know his heart, everything would become easy,’ says Marianne Dashwood to her sister a few months after Willoughby’s betrayal. He has already opened it to Elinor, hoping she may even…

If I could but know his heart: Willoughby’s story and Marianne’s closure

I entreat you to stay - Sense and Sensibility, 1908 C E Brock.

An illustration of Henry Crawford helping Fanny Price into her shawl from the 1895 edition of Mansfield Park.

Mansfield Park Illustration

Looked at him for a moment in speechless admiration - Mansfield Park, 1908

Looked at him for a moment in speechless admiration - Mansfield Park, 1908 C E Brock.

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