Tag Archives: French Revolution

The Lady’s Companion in Life and in Literature, a Guest Post by Jude Knight + the Release of “Never Too Late”

The Lady’s Companion in Life and in Literature  As we know from reading historical fiction, women born to the aristocracy or gentry in the United Kingdom in the eighteenth or nineteenth century had few options for employment. If she needed … Continue reading

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French Revolution Émigrés in England, a Guest Post from Lona Manning

It is our delight to welcome Lona Manning, author of A Contrary Wind, a variation on Mansfield Park. Lona’s extensive research on the French Revolution is for our benefit today.  Did you ever read The Scarlet Pimpernel by Baroness Orczy? … Continue reading

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The “French” Influence on the Regency Era

With George III’s first bit of madness in 1788 to the death of George IV in 1830, the world experienced the French Revolution, the Napoleonic Wars, the Congress of Vienna, and the Age of Reform. England found itself inundated with … Continue reading

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