Posted by: rearadmiral | November 25, 2013

Three days before T day….

http://reveriesunderthesignofausten.wordpress.com/2013/11/23/austen-letters-125a-127-16-23-24-nov-1815-from-stanier-clarke-to-murray-cassandra/

 
 
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Pride, Prejudice, and Cheese Grits‘s photo.

View from the summerhouse folly in Godmersham, Kent. The exact view that Jane Austen would have had 200 years ago when she was writing Pride and Prejudice.

Photo: View from the summerhouse folly in Godmersham, Kent. The exact view that Jane Austen would have had 200 years ago when she was writing Pride and Prejudice.
 
 
 
 
Jane Austen Society of North America – Eastern Pennsylvania Region‘s photo

“It was a very fine November day, and the Miss Musgroves came through the little grounds, and stopped for no other purpose than to say, that they were going to take a long walk . . . “

Photo: "It was a very fine November day, and the Miss Musgroves came through the little grounds, and stopped for no other purpose than to say, that they were going to take a long walk . . . "
 
 
 
 
The Morgan (@MorganLibrary) tweeted at 10:18 AM on Tue, Nov 19, 2013:
Browse through and zoom in on Jane Austen works, including her crosshatched letters http://t.co/LU2OAbVN1g
(https://twitter.com/MorganLibrary/status/402818049809457152)
 
LOL, I strongly disagree but I know many do agree. -Kirk

http://www.boston.com/bostonglobe/ideas/brainiac/2013/11/the_motivationa.html

 
 
‘Summer Evening, Chawton Cottage’ Jane Austen in her garden. By contemporary London painter Amanda White.
Photo: 'Summer Evening, Chawton Cottage' Jane Austen in her garden. By contemporary London painter Amanda White.
 

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