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Lost in Austen

Lost in Austen

The many Jane Austen adaptations produced since the 2005 Pride and Prejudice necessitated something new in the way of Georgian costume drama; the...

Posted: March 27th 2015

Blog tags: Films

A Dance with Jane Austen by Susannah Fullerton

A Dance with Jane Austen by Susannah Fullerton

Jane Austen’s love of dancing shines through her novels and her correspondence, which features many lively accounts addressed to her sister Cassandra of...

Posted: March 27th 2015

Blog tags: Books

Category: Jane Austen News

The World of Jane Austen by Nigel Nicolson

The World of Jane Austen by Nigel Nicolson

Homes are central to Jane Austen’s life and novels. Her heroines’ ambition often centres on marrying to obtain a home of one’s own...

Posted: March 27th 2015

Blog tags: Books

Category: Jane Austen News

Jane Austen’s Town and Country Style by Susan Watkins

Jane Austen’s Town and Country Style by Susan Watkins

Perhaps the most distinctive feature of the period in which Jane Austen lived and set her novels is its style. Lending itself perfectly...

Posted: March 27th 2015

Blog tags: Books

Category: Jane Austen News

Jane Austen Fashion by Penelope Byrde

Jane Austen Fashion by Penelope Byrde

No one could be better equipped to help a reader picture what the characters of Jane Austen’s novels were wearing than the curator...

Posted: March 27th 2015

Blog tags: Books

Category: Jane Austen News

Death Comes to Pemberley: BBC adaptation review

Death Comes to Pemberley: BBC adaptation review

If you are as fervent a Jane Austen sleuth as we are here at The Jane Austen Detectives, your Christmas viewing, without a doubt,...

Posted: March 27th 2015

Blog tags: Films

Ladies of a Certain Age

Ladies of a Certain Age

A little one-hour gem in the glittering array of events at the 2012 Jane Austen Festival, Lucy Adlington’s History Wardrobe show ‘Ladies of...

Posted: March 26th 2015

Blog tags: Theatre Reviews

Category: Jane Austen Food & Beverages

 Draw Back the Curtain

Draw Back the Curtain

Although Bath’s current Theatre Royal is unfortunately not the one Jane Austen would have regularly visited.

Posted: March 26th 2015

Blog tags: Theatre Reviews

Category: Jane Austen Food & Beverages

Austentatious!: An Improvised Novel

Austentatious!: An Improvised Novel

On the evening of Monday, the eleventh of March 2013, I experienced my ideal night of merry-making. Of course, it all starts in...

Posted: March 26th 2015

Blog tags: Theatre Reviews

Category: Jane Austen Food & Beverages

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