Kinship Terminology in Jane Austen's Novels.


Examines the five principal kinds of terminology people used in Austen's novels to refer to those to whom they were related by descent from a common ancestor or marriage, to demonstrate how terminology has changed from Austen's time to his own time. It's fascinating to read Schapera's analysis of the intricacies of usage depending on the relationships, gender, societal position, to whom one spoke, etc. 24 pages paper bound in very good condition. Gilson M1794. Royal Anthropological Institute Occasional Paper No. 33. London, 1977. Paper. USED. $35.00
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