Posted by: rearadmiral | July 23, 2017

7/23 July Jane marches on

History Bombs
July 18 at 10:15am ·
On her 200th anniversary, here’s our explosive overview of Britain’s most famous female author!
#JaneAusten200 #HistoryBombs National Trust Mottisfont, National Trust…/jane-austen-alternative-devoney-loo…/

The Alternative Jane Austen — a Five Books interview
The conventional image of Jane Austen can be bonnet-wearing and staid. Austen scholar Devoney “Stone Cold Jane” Looser discusses the alternative version

Jane Austen’s Great House launches urgent appeal to stay open
Chawton, home to Austen manuscripts and a library of early women writers, has launched a fundraising push to secure its place as a literary destination

Link to July 18th posts….

Where we leave vulgar sanity behind and collect a “few”(cough) posts, videos, a podcast etc from today and yesterday!…/july-18-1817-pa…/
July 18, 1817 Part one(?)
JASNA – North Texas Jane Austen December 16, 1775 – July 18, 1817 “She was the sun of my life, the gilder of every pleasure, the soother of every sorrow, I had not a thought conce…

Jane Austen’s facts and figures – in charts

Jane Austen – Holly Christina
Copyright 2012 Holly Christina Music NZ. Official music video for the single “Jane Austen” – released January 2012. Available to buy on iTunes. http://www.hollychri…

200th Anniversary of Jane Austen’s Death – What Jane Means to Me
Book blog, mainly focusing on romance and Austenesque fiction.

“I hope I do not break your heart”…/200-years-after-her-d…/480464001/

200 years after her death, Jane Austen is the beloved heroine of her own story
Jane Austen, the beloved British Regency novelist, died 200 years ago. A look at why the author of ‘Pride and Prejudice’ remains so immensely popular.

Such a moving and lovely post!!!!…/lives-without-jane-austen.h…

Our Lives Without Jane Austen – Austenesque Reviews
Hi readers! It is a significant week in the Jane Austen world – a week where we remember Jane Austen’s death (July 18th, 1817) and acknowledge that her life ended too soon. And this year the recognition and acknowledgement is even…

Three Readers’ Stories of How Jane Austen Changed Their Lives
“I suspect there is something sacred about Austen’s world to young women who feel overwhelmed and out of step in their own.”

Found via Jane Austen in Vermont!…/which-is-greatest-jane-austen…

Deborah Barnum shared a link to the group: Jane Austen in Vermont – JASNA Vermont Region.
July 16 at 9:19am ·
and another!

Jane Austen’s worldwide fan club – BBC News
The devotees from around the world for whom Jane Austen plays a big part in their lives.
BBC.COM|BY BBC NEWS…/observer-editorial–jane-aust…

The Observer view on Jane Austen’s immortality | Observer editorial
Two centuries after her death, her influence is still felt


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