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of husband names for herself in her father s parish register of marriages Expectant parents pour over lists of baby names and struggle to find just the right one As Maggie Lane points out in the introduction The pleasure of choosing names for progeny is one that maiden aunts normally forfeit But not Jane Austen Jane Austen and Names explores her choice of character names and what these choices reveal about the culture she lived in We also learn about Austen s personal likes and dislikes through excerpts from her letters Ms Lane begins with a chapter titled A Brief History of Names in which she outlines the changing common stock of English Christian names Names are drawn from a variety of sources and each name has an origin and meaning The author asserts that these are much less important to most name choosers parents and authors than the cyclical rise and fall of names on the social scale The following describes the cycle that applies as much to our current day name choices as it did to Regency England Typically a name or set of names will be taken up at the top of the social hierarchy being found alien even absurd by the majority Eventually through familiarity it will become acceptable to a broad range of people and by the time it has percolated to the very base of the pyramid it will have long been shunned by the trend setters who are now looking elsewhere Elsewhere might be a new set of imports or likely the revival of an old set of names The next chapters examine the social status of various categories of names as well as naming patterns and practices at the time Austen s novels were written Jane s own name is used to illustrate the trend away from diminutive forms Sally Nanny Betty very soon after her birth Her father wrote to relatives in 1775 to announce her birth declaring She is to be Jenny However she was never known by this name presumably because Jenny began to seem dated a name for old ladies or servants In the last three chapters the book comes into its full power examining the use of Christian names to mark the level of intimacy in a social relationship and Austen s Feeling for Names In our much casual society we may miss the full meaning of referring to someone as Catherine rather than Miss Morland But as Maggie Lane points out To use a person s Christian name was a mark of intimacy Well bred people with feelings of delicacy towards others did not presume on this intimacy until it was clear that an acuaintance was becoming a real friendship Most acuaintance of course never progressed this far and people would remain on formal terms for as long as they knew each other Here the author contrasts the friendships between Catherine Morland Isabella Thorpe and Eleanor Tilney in Northanger Abbey Where Isabella rushes Catherine into premature intimacy with no foundation in real feeling and the two are uickly calling each other by their Christian names Eleanor and Catherine s friendship progresses much slowly and is based on secure knowledge of one another s character and values Examples from Jane Austen s other works are included in this chapter and I look forward to re reading each novel while paying special attention to the use of names The book concludes with an alphabetical index of the names used in Jane Austen s novels Ms Lane s research is impressively detailed and even includes characters referred to in other people s conversation I found only one minor error referring to Admiral Crawford in Persuasion rather than Admiral Croft under the listing for the name Stephen Thanks to Ms Lane I now know that Stephen was rarely used by the gentry in Jane Austen s day and that she used this name for two servants one of whom was the Admiral s man in Persuasion and the other was a groom or postilion in Mansfield Park Well written and engaging in its tone Jane Austen and Names provides a wealth of information about Jane Austen s time and a greater understanding of her works It would make a wonderful addition to any 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