Aunt Jane

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  • Aunt Jane's Nieces — is the title of a juvenile novel published by Reilly Britton in 1906, and written by L. Frank Baum under the pen name Edith Van Dyne. Since the novel was the first in a series of novels designed for adolescent girls, its title was applied to the… …   Wikipedia

  • Aunt Jane's Nieces Out West — is the penultimate novel in the Aunt Jane s Nieces series written by L. Frank Baum as Edith Van Dyne and published in 1914.In the novel, Beth de Graf and Patsy Doyle, staying in Hollywood, California after parting from their cousin s California… …   Wikipedia

  • Aunt Jane's Nieces on the Ranch — is a 1913 novel by L. Frank Baum writing as Edith Van Dyne . The novel depicts a story of racial tension on the California ranch owned by the progressive minded Arthur Weldon and Louise Merrick Weldon, who have entrusted their baby, Jane,… …   Wikipedia

  • Aunt Jane's Nieces on Vacation — is a 1912 novel by L.Frank Baum, writing under the name Edith Van Dyne . Baum s intended title was the more accurate Aunt Jane s Nieces in Journalism , but the publisher changed it without telling him, to his consternation.The title is true… …   Wikipedia

  • Jane Eyre (2006 miniseries) — Infobox Film name = Jane Eyre caption = DVD cover for Jane Eyre director = Susanna White producer = writer = Charlotte Brontë (novel) Sandy Welch starring = Ruth Wilson Toby Stephens Georgie Henley Tara Fitzgerald Claudia Coulter music =… …   Wikipedia

  • Jane Austen — A watercolour and pencil sketch of Jane, believed to have been drawn from life by her sister …   Wikipedia

  • Jane Austen — Pour les articles homonymes, voir Austen. Jane Austen …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Jane Lahilahi — Young Kaokinaeo (May 1813 – January 12, 1862) was a Hawaiian high chiefess and a daughter of John Young Olohana royal advisor of Kamehameha the Great. She was Emma Kaleleonalani s maternal aunt. Her niece was Jane Lahilahi Young Nuuanu, born one… …   Wikipedia

  • Jane Goodall — Goodall at TEDGlobal 2007 Born 3 April 1934 …   Wikipedia

  • Jane Turpin — is a fictional girl character, created by Evadne Price. Most of these stories were published in the Novel magazine and later compiled in a book form, in the period 1928 to 1947 (roughly the end of World War II). Jane is often referred to as the… …   Wikipedia

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