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A——

A——   Reference library

The Oxford Companion to the Brontës

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2011

is a ‘fashionable watering place’ in *Agnes Grey. See scarborough.

A. G. Rochelle

A. G. Rochelle  

A fair-haired girl whose parents are dead, in the Gondal saga. When she is imprisoned, she is looked after by her former playfellow Julian M. who grows to love and ...
A——

A——  

Is a ‘fashionable watering place’ in Agnes Grey. See scarborough.
‘Aaron Trow’

‘Aaron Trow’   Reference library

Oxford Reader's Companion to Trollope

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2011
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Literature, Literary studies (19th century)
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was first serialized in Public Opinion, 14 and 21 December 1861 (reprinted in TAC2). A savagely realistic convict

Abbot, Martha

Abbot, Martha   Reference library

The Oxford Companion to the Brontës

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2011
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Literature, Literary studies (19th century)
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in Jane Eyre; the spiteful, sycophantic lady's maid to Jane Eyre's Aunt Sarah *Reed. She respects her

À Beckett, Gilbert Abbott

À Beckett, Gilbert Abbott (1811–56)   Reference library

Paul Schlicke

Oxford Reader's Companion to Dickens

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2011
Subject:
Literature, Literary studies (19th century)
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233 words

His ‘burlesque ballad opera’ The Revolt of the Workhouse (1834) influenced Oliver Twist (to William Mitchell, 16

Abercorn, Lord

Abercorn, Lord   Reference library

The Oxford Companion to the Brontës

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2011

An extravagant young nobleman in the *Glass Town and Angrian saga, who is compelled to sell his estate,

‘About Hunting’

‘About Hunting’   Reference library

Oxford Reader's Companion to Trollope

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2011
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Literature, Literary studies (19th century)
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Foxhunting is a most thoroughly English pastime, open to lords, tenants, and tradesmen alike and conducive to goodwill among them.

Abraham Stansfield Sunderland

Abraham Stansfield Sunderland  

(1800–55),the Keighley organist who taught the young Brontës music on their small cabinet piano, from about late 1833 when it was acquired, at least until the end of 1834 ...
abridgements of Dickens's works

abridgements of Dickens's works  

Were made by the author himself when preparing his public readings. Since then most have been made either to introduce the novels to persons unfamiliar with them, or to make ...

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