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

JANE AUSTEN’S ENGLAND (L)

Here is the twelfth, and final, illustrated essay in this series which describes some of the houses and places associated with Jane Austen, and her novels, as well as the film and TV adaptations, although it does not claim to … Continue reading

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JANE AUSTEN’S ENGLAND (K)

This is the eleventh illustrated essay, in a series of twelve, which describes some of the houses and places associated with Jane Austen, and her novels, as well as the film and TV adaptations, although it is not a comprehensive … Continue reading

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JANE AUSTEN’S ENGLAND (J)

This is the tenth illustrated essay, in a series of twelve, describing houses and places associated with Jane Austen, and her novels, although it is not a comprehensive gazetteer. J. FILM AND TV LOCATIONS – “PRIDE AND PREJUDICE” (i) The … Continue reading

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JANE AUSTEN’S ENGLAND (I)

This is the ninth illustrated essay, in a series of twelve, describing some of the houses and places associated with Jane Austen, although it is not a comprehensive gazetteer. I. FILM AND TV LOCATIONS – “SENSE AND SENSIBILITY” (i) Dramatic … Continue reading

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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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