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Using a random word generator I will get a word and find it in one of Jane's novels. I will share that quote here.
Juliette Wells’ and Publishing Northanger Abbey: A History in Documents Program date/time: Sunday, February 16 at 2:30 pm Location: Princeton Public Library Parking information: Library parking is available in the Spring Street Garage located adjacent to the library. Drivers may enter the lot from Spring Street or through the library access driveway (Sylvia Beach Way) off … Continue reading Program Reminder
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Working title: First Impressions Set in: Hertfordshire and Derbyshire, c. 1812 Publisher: T. Egerton, Whitehall Publication date: 28 January 1813 Media type Print: (hardback, 3 volumes) Looking at our past Meet the Janeites post, a lot of us discovered Austen's works because we read her as a school assignment, and … Continue reading Happy Birthday Pride & Prejudice
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The Uncommon Reader by Alan Bennett "The librarian at Windsor had been one of the many who had urged on Her Majesty the charms of Jane Austen, but being told on all sides how much ma'am would like her books put ma'am off altogether. Besides, she had handicaps as a reader of Jane Austen that … Continue reading Jane Sighting – The Uncommon Reader
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