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Jane Austen - Persuasione, Vol. I - cap. 6 (6)

Jane Austen - Persuasione, Vol. I - cap.

With eyes of glowing entreaty fixed on her. ~ H.M. Brock for Persuasion (Anne & Frederick)

In its blend of the public and the personal, Persuasion explores both the torment of silence and the value of hope.

Hola a todas: buscando cosas para el blog, encontré estas imagenes de Orgullo y Prejuicio que aparecieron en la Ilustración de la Edición ...

"She perceived her sister and Bingley standing together." Pride and Prejudice illustration, Jane Austen

Illustration for "Emma" by Jane Austen : (ch.6) "he was ready at the smallest intermission of the pencil, to jump up and see the progress, and be charmed."

Mr Elton was always ready to jump up and see the the progress(ch. by Hugh Thomson

Pride and Prejudice 2

Gorgeous Jane Austen Novel Illustrations From the Time Before Adaptations

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

For Pride and Prejudice: Illustrations

"Standing together over the hearth" Jane and Bingley, Pride and Prejudice, Jane Austen

I love how much this illustration makes Thorpe look like a pig... (Northanger Abbey by Jane Austen)

Charles Edmund Brock and his brother Henry Matthew Brock illustrated Jane Austen& books in the early years of the century.

"The one claim I shall make for my own sex is that we love longest, when all hope is gone." -Anne Elliot

Brock Illustrations of Jane Austen Books

Brock illustration for Jane Austen's 'Persuasion' - Anne Elliot and Captain Wentworth '. with eyes of glowing entreaty fixed on her for a moment, and hastily collecting his gloves, was again out of the room.

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