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Jane Austen wrote during this time, and a number of modern authors have borrowed her characters to create a distinct new Jane-Austen-inspired genre of historical fiction.

Aileen Armitage, Conflict of Interest (2005 reissue; originally published 1972 as Shadow of Dungeon Wood under the name Aileen Quigley), about a mill town in Yorkshire in 1812 during the Industrial Revolution.

Gaynor Arnold, Girl in a Blue Dress (2008), about the widow of a famous writer (a fictionalized version of Charles Dickens) and her memories of their troubled marriage.

Review at The Daily Mail Lyn Andrews, Maggie May (2009), about a young woman who grew up in the slums of Liverpool burdened with the name her father gave her, that of a notorious prostitute.

Evelyn Anthony, Victoria and Albert (1958; also titled Victoria), about the young Queen Victoria and her marriage to Prince Albert.

An e-mail with strong emotional words (e.g., excited, wonderful) led to more positive impressions than an e-mail with fewer strong emotional words (e.g., happy, fine) and resulted in nearly three out of four subjects selecting the e-mailer with strong emotional words for the fictitious dater of the opposite sex.

Results for self-disclosure e-mails were complex, but indicate that levels of self-disclosure led to different impressions.

Louise Allen, The Shocking Lord Standon (2008), historical romance about a respectable man who discovers the solution to his own difficulty when he assists a naked woman out of hers; #3 in the Those Scandalous Ravenhursts series. Ravenhurst (2009), historical romance about a reckless man who falls in love with his bluestocking cousin, whose drab exterior conceals a passionate nature; #4 in the Those Scandalous Ravenhursts series. Hurst (2009), historical romance about an aristocratic young woman who falls in love with a theatre owner who doesn't believe in love; #5 in the Those Scandalous Ravenhursts series.

Louise Allen, The Piratical Miss Ravenhurst (2009), historical romance about a young woman from Jamaica who is kidnapped by pirates; #6 in the Those Scandalous Ravenhursts series.

In both the British Isles and the European Continent, the Industrial Revolution brought impressive advances in technology, made fortunes for many, and trapped others in lives of oppressive drudgery.

The 1845 Irish Potato Famine (not limited to Ireland) caused enormous suffering and a surge in emigration.

Peter Ackroyd, The Case Book of Victor Frankenstein (2009), a literary novel which imagines that the poet Percy Bysshe Shelley and Victor Frankenstein, creator of the Frankenstein monster, were students together at Oxford. Ryder (2008), historical romance about a British agent assigned to smuggle out of Napoleon's France a French noblewoman with an English son; #1 in the Those Scandalous Ravenhursts series.