Georgette Heyer's Regency World
Publish date: October 6th 2005
Publisher: William Heinemann
Pages no: 382
Edition language: English
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I've always been pretty confused as to what the difference of perch-phaetons, coaches and other carriages, and also men's and women's clothings. SO I'm glad I read this book. It's really more of a reference book - which is why it's a must-have for GH fans - and it wasn't as entertaining, reading thi...
You don't have to love Georgette Heyer to enjoy this thorough account of Regency England's people, places, pastimes, customs and costumes. History enthusiasts, Jane Austen devotees, admirers of the Romantic poets, period writers, and maybe even researchers will find a lot of information to enhance ...
It's been quite a few weeks, running into months, since I picked up Jennifer Kloester's well-researched book on the world of Georgette Heyer's Regency romances. It's a purely factual book that details places, customs, culture, dress code, the shopping and travelling experiences, hobbies available to...
If you enjoy Regency-era romances, you will learn many interesting details from this book. Although I love fiction, it's nice to know about some of facts of that era.
Georgette Heyer's Regency World contains a wealth of information about the Regency era. It can be used for more than just Heyer's Regencies, but any Regencies.I read it once through, but this is the type of book that can be used for reference. It's separated into countless different sections, so it'...