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Siblings in Jane Austen's Novels: a Thanksgiving Special

Every week I spend a minute of unbridled joy answering the quiz sent out by the Jane Austen Centre in Bath. It’s always challenging, even for seasoned Janeites, so I was chuffed to get a full 10/10 on the last one. 1,734 more words

Pride And Prejudice

Northanger Abbey: An Audible Original Drama

Horridly excellent!

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Northanger Abbey is the most deliciously light of all of Austen’s books, filled with humour as Austen pokes gentle fun at her own class and gender. 921 more words

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Churches, Chapels, Abbeys, and Cathedrals in Northanger Abbey

Northanger Abbey refers, at least obliquely, to churches, a chapel, an abbey, and a cathedral. All four types of places of worship were found in Bath, where much of the novel is set. 1,649 more words

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'Northanger Abbey' and 'Frankenstein': In word clouds

By Jennifer Abella

A look at the most frequently used words in “Northanger Abbey” and “Frankenstein.” Click on images to enlarge.

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Animals in Jane Austen's Novels

Jane Austen enjoyed writing about life in the countryside. In all of her novels give us generous glances of what rural life was like during the Regency beyond the usual pursuits of ladies and gentlemen of the gentry. 1,189 more words

Pride And Prejudice

Jane Austen couples remixed!

Jane Austen is the queen of satirical romances. Crack open one of her novels, and you can expect to watch the characters blunder around for a few hundred pages before finally stumbling up to the altar. 668 more words

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