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This year is the 200 anniversary of the death of the novelist, Jane Austen

JANE AUSTEN’S ENGLAND (H)

This essay is the eighth in a series of twelve, describing some of the places associated with Jane Austen, although it is not a comprehensive gazetteer. H. WINCHESTER DAYS (i) Medicine in the Early Nineteenth Century Jane Austen’s health was … Continue reading

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JANE AUSTEN’S ENGLAND (G)

This essay is number seven in a series of twelve, about places associated with Jane Austen, although it does not claim to be a comprehensive gazetteer. G. RETURN TO HAMPSHIRE Jane Austen was born in rural Hampshire, in the village … Continue reading

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JANE AUSTEN’S ENGLAND (E)

This is the fifth, in a series of twelve essays about some of the places in England associated with the life of Jane Austen. It is about a collection of places visited personally, with Jane Austen clearly in mind, but … Continue reading

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JANE AUSTEN’S ENGLAND (D)

Here is the fourth, in a series of essays about places in England associated with the life of Jane Austen. It is about a collection of places visited personally, with Jane Austen clearly in mind, but not a comprehensive gazeteer. … Continue reading

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JANE AUSTEN’S ENGLAND (C)

This is the third, in a series of twelve essays about places associated with Jane Austen. It is not a gazeteer, but a collection of places visited personally, with Jane Austen clearly in mind. C. CITY ELEGANCE (i) History of … Continue reading

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JANE AUSTEN’S ENGLAND (B)

The introduction to this series of twelve essays, in Part A, explained that this is a personal record of a number of places associated with the life of Jane Austen, but it is in no way a gazeteer. The opening … Continue reading

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JANE AUSTEN’S ENGLAND (A)

This year is the 200 anniversary of the death of the novelist, Jane Austen, (1775- 1817) and there will be many celebratory offerings on radio, television, and the printed media. I offer this appreciation for the readers of Deskarati, being … Continue reading

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