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A Closer Look at “Christmas at Pemberley”

 This is one of those books that floats around in the author’s head for some time before it becomes a reality. Although we have a bit about the letters Princess Charlotte wrote to her supposed lover, it deviates from many … Continue reading

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A Writing Desk Fit for Jane Austen, a Guest Post from Laurie Benson

A Writing Table Fit for Jane Austen This post originally appeared on Austen Authors, but I wished to share it with you. Laurie Benson shows us how cramped was the desk upon which Jane Austen created some of the world’s … Continue reading

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A Closer Look at “Mr. Darcy’s Bargain”

Mr. Darcy’s Bargain: A Pride and Prejudice Vagary came to life from a bit of research I was doing at the time for another book. I came across an interesting character that I thought would make the “perfect Wickham” in a … Continue reading

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On the Character of Clergymen in Jane Austen’s Novels & the Regency, a Guest Post from Alexa Adams

Alexa Adams shared this post with our followers on Austen Authors in June 2016. I thought it a worthy piece to share with you.  David Bamber ar Mr. Collins, 1995 “My dear Miss Elizabeth, I have the highest opinion in … Continue reading

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Austen and Autism, a Guest Post from Elaine Owen

This post originally appeared on Austen Authors in June 2016 as Elaine Owen’s first post with our group. I thought it worthy to share it here.  These days it seems like you hear about autism everywhere, and that includes in … Continue reading

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Conjugal Beneath the Fraternal: Jane Austen’s Understanding of Love, a Guest Post from Kyra C. Kramer

This scholarly piece appeared on Austen Authors on September 17, 2017. I brought it over here so more people could enjoy it. Conjugal Beneath the Fraternal: Jane Austen’s Understanding of Love  In her third novel, Mansfield Park, Jane Austen explains … Continue reading

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A Modest Proposal: Might the Spinster Have Married?, a Guest Post from Collins Hemingway

Earlier, Mr. Hemingway looked at Jane Austen’s romantic attachments. Today, he takes a different slant. (Note: Both posts have appeared previously on Austen Authors.) As reported in last month’s blog about Jane Austen’s romantic attachments, biographers dutifully recount the story … Continue reading

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