(From the publisher):
"My adventures since I wrote last, have not been very numerous, but such as they are, they are much at your service. I took our long-plann'd walk to the Cassoon before tea...Very little of Mr. Weldon's water raising machine now remains to be seen...so I took myself into the hole that had been dug into the side of the hill..."
So writes Jane Austen to her sister Cassandra, in a letter dated May 15, 1801. But what the soon-to-be-famous author has discovered is...evidence of the unexpected advent of several visitors to Bath...and Jane senses not only a displacement in geography and culture, but also of time. And the fun begins...
- Tales of the Elders
- Saving Jane Austen
- Tales of the University
- A Little Light Reading
- Dead Librarians
- ASd Gehennam Tecum
- A Spear of Asparagus
- Academentia: A Fytte in Nin
- After All
- Dog Eat Dog: A Christmas Tale
- Tales of Fantasy and Mystery
- A Matter of Time: A Romance of Genealogy
- Hellís Belles
- Occamís Razor: A Tale of William of Occam
Original title: Katydid and Other Critters: Tales of Fantasy and Mystery
Genre: Fiction→ Crime and Mystery
Fiction→ Science Fiction
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