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Books, TV, Film, & DVDs

TV, Film, & DVDs

Pride & Prejudice (Colin Firth)

Sharpe (Sean Bean)

Persuasion (Amanda Root and Ciaran Hinds)

Master & Commander (Russell Crowe) 

Waterloo

The Duellists  (Keith Carradine and Harvey Keitel)

Crazy About Jane (Jane Austen Festival, Bath,  2007)

BOOKS – Fiction

Persuasion – Jane Austen

Pride & Prejudice – Jane Austen

Sense & Sensibility – Jane Austen

Aubrey/Maturin series by Patrick O’Brian

Richard Bolitho series by Alexander Kent

Richard Sharpe series by Bernard Cornwell

Jamaica Inn – Daphne Du Maurier

The Grand Sophy – Georgette Heyer

Arabella – Georgette Heyer 

Bath Tangle – Georgette Heyer

Friday’s Child – Georgette Heyer

False Colours – Georgette Heyer

Sprig Muslin – Georgette Heyer

Blake’s Reach – Catherine Gaskin 

BOOKS – Non-Fiction

Jane Austen In Style – Susan Watkins (ISBN 0-500-27900-4)

Georgette Heyer’s Regency World – Jennifer Kloester (ISBN 978-0-0994-7872-0)

Fashion From The 18th To The 20th Century – The Kyoto Costume Institute (ISBN 3-8228-3857-8)

Nineteenth Century Fashion In Detail – Lucy Johnston  (ISBN 1-85177-439-4)

Fashioning Fashion:  European Dress In Detail 1700-1915 – Sharon Sadako Takeda and Kaye Durland Spilker  (ISBN 9-783791-350-622)

Napoleon and the Empire of Fashion 1795-1815 – Cristina Barreto and Martin Lancaster (ISBN 978-88-572-0650-9)

Regency Era Fashion Plates 1800-1819 – Timely Tresses  (ISBN 1440404690)

Waterloo, A Near Run Thing – David Howarth (ISBN 1-84212–719–5)

Hougoumont, The Key To Victory At Waterloo – Julian Paget & Derek Saunders (ISBN 0-85052-341-9)

The Recollections Of Rifleman Harris – Ed by Christopher Hibbert (ISBN 0-3043-6737-0) 

The Trafalgar Companion – Mark Adkin (ISBN 1-84513-018-9

The Penguin Dictionary of Historical Slang – Eric Partridge (abridged by Jacqueline Simpson)  (ISBN 9-780140-510461)

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  1. November 25, 2010 10:54 am

    If you would like to reccomend a book, film or series, please feel free to leave your comment here…the more the merrier.

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