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Four hundred years in the making, the garden at Chatsworth House, Derbyshire, seat of the dukes of Devonshire, is a magnet for millions--from Jane Austen, who is rumored to have enshrined it in Pride and Prejudice, to today's visitors from all corners of the globe. In The Garden at Chatsworth the duchess herself tells the story of its many parts with a light, urbane touch that belies her formidable historical and horticultural knowledge. Magnificent color photographs by Gary Rogers, authoritative text, and endpaper maps bring alive the garden's 105 acres--from statuary to topiary, from fountains to floral vistas.