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Of Lace and Finery: Coded Language in Austen’s Novels, a Guest Post from Diana J Oaks

This post originally appeared on Austen Authors on July 26, 2021. Enjoy! Jane Austen continues to astonish me. We turn again toward her use of clothing to inform her characters, this time focusing on the handful of references to lace … Continue reading

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Lead Mining In Derbyshire, a Guest Post from Amanda Kai

This post originally appeared on the Austen Authors’ blog on 23 July 2021. Enjoy! We often hear about Mr. Darcy’s fortune of “ten-thousand a year.”  But where did all that money come from?  In doing research for my current work … Continue reading

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The Importance of Being Charlotte, a Guest Post from Elaine Owen

This post originally appeared on the Austen Authors’ blog on 20 May 2021. Enjoy! I think Charlotte Lucas is underrated. Do you agree? Readers of Pride and Prejudice tend to overlook Charlotte as a minor character who serves little purpose but in … Continue reading

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The Genius of Jane Austen’s Dialogue, a Lovely Guest Post from Diana J Oaks

This post originally appeared on the Austen Authors’ blog on 31 May 2020. Enjoy! Let’s talk about talking. Not just any kind of talking but talking in Jane Austen’s novels to be precise. There are numerous ways authors use dialogue. … Continue reading

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The Mysterious Mrs. Long, a Textual Study – a Guest Post from Lelia Eye

This post originally appeared on the Austen Authors’ blog on 7 May 2021. Enjoy! I suppose this cannot be called a character study so much as a textual study. I’m here to assist in taking a look at the text … Continue reading

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When Bad Things Come in Pairs: Siblings Who Wreaked Havoc in Austen’s Novels, a Guest Post from Amanda Kai

This post originally appeared on the Austen Authors’ blog on 28 May 2021. Enjoy! “Prepare for trouble. And make it double!”  While fans of the Pokemon cartoon show might associate this famous line with Team Rocket’s most inept members Jessie … Continue reading

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Dogs in Jane Austen’s Novels, a Guest Post from Eliza Shearer

The post originally appeared on the Austen Authors’ blog on 25 May 2021. Enjoy! Although (just like servants) they are often little remarked upon, dogs are everywhere in Jane Austen’s novels. In the Regency, dogs were an essential feature of countryside … Continue reading

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Pulvis Lodge, I Presume? a Guest Post from Jann Rowland

This post initially appeared on the Austen Authors’ blog on 26 May 2021. Enjoy! “Haye Park might do,” said she, “if the Gouldings could quit it—or the great house at Stoke, if the drawing-room were larger; but Ashworth is too … Continue reading

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Interview with Mirta Ines Trupp and News of the Release of “Celestial Persuasion”

Mirta Ines Trupp is a member of the Austen Authors group I admin, along with Sharon Lathan. Her Austen tales come from a totally different perspective from the majority of that group, for Ms. Trupp adds her Jewish roots to … Continue reading

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The Mechanical Turk, or the Chess-Playing Machine that Beat Napoleon, a Guest Post from Eliza Shearer

It was the year 1809. The Napoleonic Wars were in full swing, but the French general had other interests besides fighting the British over Spain and Portugal.  Around the time Jane Austen and her mother and sister moved to Chawton … Continue reading

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