Posted by Mary Collette on September 13, 1997 at 11:43:06:
I found that particular book in the public library
here in Kalamazoo.I also own a collected edition of the Juv
inilia which I purchased at a locally owned version of
Barnes & Noble called John Rollins Booksellers.This edition
is entitled "Catherine and Other Works".I first became inter
ested in the Juvenilia after visiting Henry's JA Info Page
when the Net first became available to library patrons.As
you know I am a complete Regency addict as in addicted to
Regency Romances I wanted to truly get into what a heroine
would be reading,be it the poetry of Byron or Scott or the
literary works of Anne Radcliffe and Jane Austen or those
shocking Minerva Press novels.That is why I was happy this
summer to find the link to one of the "Northanger Abbey"
horrid novels:"The Castle of Wolfenbach".The preface for
"The History of England" was done by A.S. Byatt and notes
on the text was done by Deirdre LeFaye.Bye the bye did you
know that Ms.LeFaye's edition of the is in paperback by
Oxford University Press unless you already have a copy.
I own a copy of that wonderful tome myself.Somehow I have
found a very fascinating period that can draw just about
anyone to it.
Thanks for letting me share,
Mary Collette List
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