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Jane Austen's Regency Dashwoods: Sense and Sensibility, India & the Cotswolds
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Jane Austen's Regency Dashwoods: Sense and Sensibility, India & the Cotswolds (Paperback)

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By choosing Dashwood as Sense and Sensibility's central family name, Jane Austen drew on the high-profile real Dashwoods, including their West Wycombe 'Hell-Fire Club' notoriety. The 4th Baronet's time at his Bourton-on-the-Hill hunting lodge spanned Jane's adult life, with Warren Hastings (British-India's first Governor-General) at Daylesford, and her close relatives at Adlestrop, nearby.



This tightly-grouped Cotswold social network included the East India Company Cockerell family, whose extraordinary Mughal-style house and gardens at Sezincote involved the glittering design trio of Samuel Pepys Cockerell, Humphry Repton, and Thomas Daniell. The latter's 'picturesque journeys' in India and earlier Dashwood commission at West Wycombe pull together complex narrative threads.

History & PoliticsHistory: specific events & topicsSocial & cultural history Publisher: Grosvenor House Publishing Ltd Publication Date: 03/12/2019 ISBN-13: 9781786236401  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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Allen Firth studied mathematics at Southampton University and statistics at University College London, leading to a management career in financial services, before switching in later life to further post-graduate studies at Oxford University and Oxford Brookes University, gaining a doctorate in managing conservation of the historic environment. He recently retired as a Conservation Officer for Stratford-on- Avon District Council. Previous research led to publication of a local history book in 2005 covering the Cotswold settlements of Bourton-on-the-Hill, Batsford and Sezincote.

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