The Private World of Georgette Heyer

Beschrijving van leven en werk van de Engelse auteur (1902-1974)

The Private World of Georgette Heyer

Beschrijving van leven en werk van de Engelse auteur (1902-1974)

Georgette Heyer s Regency World

If you love Georgette Heyer, 'the queen of Regency romance', this is a must-read: the definitive guide to the sparkling world of Georgette Heyer's celebrated novels, which are currently being reissued.

Georgette Heyer s Regency World

A bestselling novelist since 1921, Georgette Heyer is known across the world for her historical romances set in Regency England. Millions of readers love the outrageous lifestyle, fashion and capricious escapades of the elegant bon ton, and no one has captured that world better than Georgette Heyer, with universally beloved novels such as Regency Buck, The Grand Sophy and Friday's Child. Georgette Heyer's Regency World is the ultimate, definitive guide to Georgette Heyer's wonderful and enchanting realm: her heroines, her villains and dashing heroes, the shops, clubs and towns they frequented, the parties and seasons they celebrated, how they ate, drank, dressed, socialized, shopped and drove. An utterly delightful and fun read, beautifully illustrated and compelling in its historical detail, this is a must-have for any Georgette Heyer fan.

Books and Bookmen

A best seller for fifty years, Georgette Heyer never made a public appearance
and never gave an interview, maintaining that her private life was her own, her
books the public's concern. Now, in The Private World of Georgette Heyer, Jane ...

Books and Bookmen


Happily Ever After

The Private World of Georgette Heyer . London : Bodley Head , 1984 . A
delightful , beautifully illustrated journey into the private world of the very private
First Lady of the Regency . Munce , Robert . Grace Livingston Hill . Wheaton , I11
.

Happily Ever After

Briefly sketches the history of romance novels, discusses modern romance genres, and provides an annotated list of romances and useful references.

Georgette Heyer

Presents the life of the famous Regency novel author, drawing from Heyer's own notebooks, papers, and letters.

Georgette Heyer

Presents the life of the famous Regency novel author, drawing from Heyer's own notebooks, papers, and letters.

Waterstone s Guide to Books

95 HUXLEY , ALDOUS ( 1894 - 1963 ) Novelist of Brave New World , travel writer
, experimenter with drugs , influential minor philosopher . BEDFORD ... HODGE ,
JANE AIKEN The Private World of Georgette Heyer [ B0569 ) Bodley hbk .

Waterstone s Guide to Books


St James Guide to Crime Mystery Writers

St  James Guide to Crime   Mystery Writers

Provides information on the most influential English-language writers of the crime and mystery genre. Each entry includes author biographies; complete bibliographies; lists of critical studies; locations of manuscripts; the writer's own comments on his or her work, when available; and an essay written by an expert of the genre.

Scotland to Slovenia

The Private World of Georgette Heyer . London : Bodley Head , 1984 . [ A
biography probably written for the fan community . ] Hughes , Helen . The
Historical Romance . Popular Fictions Series . London : Routledge , 1993 .
Jacobs , Naomi .

Scotland to Slovenia


Notable Sussex Women

Further reading : Hodge , J . A . ( 1984 ) Miss Finlay - Johnson completely The
Private World of Georgette Heyer ; revolutionised the school , introducing
Kloester , J . ( forthcoming ) Georgette . penpals in Canada and lantern - slide
lectures .

Notable Sussex Women

'Notable Sussex Women' is a collection of 580 short biographies of women connected with Sussex.

Cultural Institutions of the Novel

The Private World of Georgette Heyer . London : Pan . Hogue , W . Lawrence .
1986 . Discourse and the Other : The Production of the AfroAmerican Text .
Durham : Duke University Press . Holderness , Graham , ed . 1988 . The
Shakespeare ...

Cultural Institutions of the Novel

The story of the development of the novel—its origin, rise, and increasing popularity as a narrative form in an ever-expanding range of geographic and cultural sites—is familiar and, according to the contributors to this volume, severely limited. In a far-reaching blend of comparative literature and transnational cultural studies, this collection shifts the study of the novel away from a consideration of what makes a particular narrative a novel to a consideration of how novels function and what cultural work they perform—from what novels are, to what they do. The essays in Cultural Institutions of the Novel find new ways to analyze how a genre notorious for its aesthetic unruliness has become institutionalized—defined, legitimated, and equipped with a canon. With a particular focus on the status of novels as commodities, their mediation of national cultures, and their role in transnational exchange, these pieces range from the seventeenth century to the present and examine the forms and histories of the novel in England, Nigeria, Japan, France, New Zealand, Canada, and the United States. Works by Jane Austen, Natsume Sôseki, Gabriel García Márquez, Buchi Emecheta, and Toni Morrison are among those explored as Cultural Institutions of the Novel investigates how theories of “the” novel and disputes about which narratives count as novels shape social struggles and are implicated in contests over cultural identity and authority. Challenging the notion that the novel is a Western franchise, examining the ways that novels navigate between cultures, and offering new ways to think about novels, this is a pivotal and indispensable volume for student, scholar, and teacher alike. Contributors. Susan Z. Andrade, Lauren Berlant, Homer Brown, Michelle Burnham, James A. Fujii, Nancy Glazener, Dane Johnson, Lisa Lowe, Deidre Lynch, Jann Matlock, Dorothea von Mücke, Bridget Orr, Clifford Siskin, Katie Trumpener, William B. Warner

International Who s who of Authors and Writers

... A Death in Two Parts 2000 , Deathline 2003 ; non - fiction : The Double Life of
Jane Austen 1972 , The Private World of Georgette Heyer 1984 , Passion and
Principle : The Loves and Lives of Regency Women 1996 ; contrib . to
newspapers ...

International Who s who of Authors and Writers


Cape librarian

JONES , D.W. Archer's goon . HODGE , Jane Aiken The private world of
Georgette Heyer . Bodley Head , 1984 . 920 HEY LINDE , G. Bicycles don't grow
on trees . LIVELY , P. Uninvited ghosts and other stories . MOCKLER , A. King
Arthur and ...

Cape librarian

Issues for Nov. 1957- include section: Accessions. Aanwinste, Sept. 1957- (also published separately)

Popular Reading and Publishing in Britain 1914 1950

Joseph McAleer. HODGE , JANE AIKEN , The Private World of Georgette Heyer (
London , 1984 ) . HOGGART , RICHARD , The Uses of Literacy ( London , 1958 )
. HOPE ( - HAWKINS ) , ANTHONY , Memories and Notes ( London , 1927 ) .

Popular Reading and Publishing in Britain  1914 1950

This illustrated study uses a wide variety of sources, including the Mass Observation Archive and the records of various publishing companies, to explore the nature of popular reading in the UK during the first half of the 20th century.

World Authors 1900 1950 Dreiser Ledwidge

... Dictionary of National Biography , 1971 - 1980 , 1986 ; Hodge , J . A . The
Private World of Georgette Heyer , 1984 ; Reilly , J . M . Twentieth Century Crime
and Mystery Writers , 1985 ; Schlueter , P . and J . ( eds . ) An Encyclopedia of
British ...

World Authors  1900 1950  Dreiser Ledwidge

Provides almost 2700 articles on twentieth-century authors from all over the world who wrote in English or whose works are available in English translation.

All the World and Her Husband

Aiken Hodge , J . ( 1985 ) The Private World of Georgette Heyer . London : Pan .
Alexander , S . ( 1996 ) “ The mysteries and secrets of women ' s bodies : sexual
knowledge in the first half of the twentieth century ' . In M . Nava and A . OʻShea
 ...

All the World and Her Husband

This collection provides a range of different perspectives on women as consumers. It focuses on popular culture and its female consumers; this includes examinations of popular media and their targetting of female audiences, issues and themes associated with produce purchase.

Dictionary of British Women Writers

Dictionary of British Women Writers

Nearly 450 entries cover major and minor British women writers from the Middle Ages to the present day. Each entry gives biographical details and a discussion of key works and themes. Critical references are also included.