3 edition of Netley Abbey: a gothic story found in the catalog.
Netley Abbey: a gothic story
by printed for the author, by T. Skelton. And sold by G. Law, London in Southampton
Written in English
|Series||Eighteenth century -- reel 4233, no. 06.|
|The Physical Object|
Warner, Richard NETLEY ABBEY. A GOTHIC STORY 2 vols. Southampton: Printed for the Author, Edward de Villars goes to the crusades with Prince Edward. On the way he finds Bertram, a beautiful Sicilian orphan whom he takes under his protection. Wounded by a poisoned. When I began to write my book Spike Island: The Memory of a Military Hospital, I was amazed at how few records remained to document Netley's story. The Author: Philip Hoare.
Nor was he the only one; in Richard Warner wrote a potboiler entitled Netley Abbey, a Gothic Story in two volumes, featuring skullduggery at the abbey during the middle ages. Dark deeds before the Dissolution also appeared in the section of Richard Harris Author: Mossflower. “The overgrown remains of Netley Abbey provide a quintessentially Gothic setting.” Netley Abbey. Aquatint, British Library
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Genre/Form: Gothic fiction: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Warner, Richard, Netley Abbey. New York, Arno Press, (OCoLC) Get print book. No eBook available. Netley Abbey: A Gothic Story, Part 1 instantly Introduction by Devendra knight lady Eleanor length listened lord means melancholy ment mind minstrel monks murder Netley Abbey Netley Netley Abbey: a gothic story book pardon parent perceived present protection Raymond Warren received recollection replied retired returned safety.
Netley Abbey: a gothic story. Volume 1 of 2 [Richard Warner] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This book was originally published prior toand represents a reproduction of an important historical work. “That the abbey conceals a mystery of a horrible nature I have no doubt.” —Richard Warner, Netley Abbey: A Gothic Story Emily Auerbach has persuasively observed that Northanger Abbey was the most autobiographical of Austen’s novels (70).
1 As the novel has as its central character a seventeen-year-old heroine, addicted to gothic novels, who leaves her quiet village to seek adventures.
Richard Warner’s novel Netley Abbey: a Gothic Story was published in two volumes in Warner (–) was a clergyman and writer, particularly of books on topographical and antiquarian topics.
Netley Abbey, his first publication, recounts the adventures of Edward de Villars, the son of Baron de Villars, a loyal servant of Edward Baron is banished from the court of Edward II. Netley Abbey: a gothic story.
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Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" $ $ Author: Richard Warner. Netley Abbey - A Gothic Story in 2 volumes. by Richard Warner. This book tells the story of a banished Baron who relocates near the abbey, and proceeds to encounter a host of gothic characters.
One expert claims, “it is the abbey’s architecture – the style of ruined Gothic itself. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.
Netley Abbey played an important role in the 18th and 19th century Gothic revival. Horace Walpole, the 4 th earl of Orford, visited Netley Abbey on September 18th His original name was Horatio Walpole, (born Sept.
24,London—died March 2, ). From Abbey to Mansion House. Monastic life at Netley Abbey came to an abrupt end inwhen Henry VIII suppressed the lesser monasteries. This heralded a new phase for the abbey, however, when it was granted to Sir William Paulet as a reward for his loyal service to the king.
Netley Abbey, a Gothic story. New York: Arno Press. MLA Citation. Warner, Richard. Netley Abbey, a Gothic story. New introd. by Devendra P. Varma Arno Press New York Australian/Harvard Citation.
Warner, Richard. Netley Abbey, a Gothic story. New introd. by Devendra P. Varma Arno Press New York. Wikipedia Citation.
Netley Abbey by Richard Warner,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. To entertain the two eldest boys while they stay with her in Southampton, Jane takes them rowing up the Solent to the ruins of Netley Abbey, a Cistercian monastery long abandoned and now a picturesque ruin worthy of a Radcliffe Gothic novel, resplendent with tales4/5.
Without a visit to Gothic Northanger, with all the opportunity for hysteria, misunderstood laundry notes and billowing curtains, one of the keystones of the book is gone. I just can’t imagine so big a part of the story was added in as an afterthought. But I may be wrong. If you know anything more about Jane and Netley, I’d love to hear it.
Diana, I am pleased you chose Netley Abbey as a cover picture. I agree, Jane could well have been influenced by Netley's history. Netley influenced the Gothic movement.
I was born and brought up a couple of miles from Netley on the outskirts of Southampton. Netley Abbey: a Gothic story () An illustration of the Roman antiquities discovered at Bath () A Walk through Wales () A walk through some of the western counties of England () History of Bath () A Second Walk through Wales () A tour through the northern counties of England, and the borders of Scotland ().
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Recent Posts. Richard Warner wrote, as a Gothic story, a thrilling tale of the Abbey in medieval times. At the beginning of the nineteenth century, Fanny Knight, Jane Austen’s niece, was very moved by her first visit to the Abbey with her aunt.
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"Mr H H Gould, Waverley Avenue, Netley Abbey passed away suddenly after collapsing at home on Sunday. He was a well known figure in Netley Abbey and much respected.
He was a landscape gardener and was employed at the Wesleyan Church Vicarage. He leaves a widow, a son and a daughter. He will be greatly missed in the Village. The story of Netley in Southampton – its hospital, its people and the secret history of the 20th-century. Now with a new afterword uncovering astonishing evidence of Netley's links with Porton Down & experiments with LSD in the s/5(28).The story of Netley Abbey, on the banks of the River Itchen, mirrors Titchfield’s own monastic past in that both Abbeys were dissolved by Henry VIII and turned into Tudor houses.
In Netley’s case the house was left to become the picturesque ruin in the early 18 th century and a magnet for the ‘Picturesque Movement’ in art and literature.