Eliza Hancock de Feuillide

Standard Name: Feuillide, Eliza Hancock de

Connections

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Family and Intimate relationships Jane Austen
Jean-François Capotte, comte de Feuillide, husband of JA 's loved and admired older cousin Eliza de Feuillide , was guillotined in Paris.
Le Faye, Deirdre. “Chronology of Jane Austen’s Life”. The Cambridge Companion to Jane Austen, edited by Edward Copeland and Juliet McMaster, Cambridge University Press, 1997, pp. 1 - 11.
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Family and Intimate relationships Jane Austen
The fourth Austen brother, Henry Thomas (to whom Jane was particularly close), became a banker, but after his bank failed in 1816 he was, like his eldest brother, ordained as a clergyman. He married as...
Literary responses Jane Austen
Some Austen news items are regrettable. In an interview with the Royal Geographical Society in June 2011, V.S. Naipaul , in asserting his own superiority to women writers (and claiming he could tell male from...
Literary responses Hannah Cowley
The Critical Review gave it a mixed and fairly unenthusiastic notice: it thought the play offered less pleasure to a reader than to an audience.
Critical Review. W. Simpkin and R. Marshall.
55 (1783): 151
Jane Austen 's cousin Eliza de Feuillide
Textual Production Jane Austen
This epistolary novella would thus be associated with a visit to the Austen family of the recently widowed Eliza de Feuillide (JA 's cousin, and later her sister-in-law). Eliza was nothing like the scheming...
Textual Production Mary Stockdale
MS (as Miss Stockdale) issued through her father 's firmThe Family Book; or, Children's Journal, translated from the French of Arnaud Berquin , Interspers'd with Poetical Pieces written by the Translator...

Timeline

About 27 March 1782
Eliza Hancock , aged nineteen, married Jean-François Capot de Feuillide , a Frenchman who claimed to be a count and who inaccurately supposed her to be a wealthy heiress.