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Elizabeth and Richard thoroughly enjoyed their visit to the Chawton Cottage Museum in A Jane Austen Encounter, in spite of Elizabeth's being accosted by a ...
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Charles Austen bought a topaz cross for each of his sisters. For years, this one, the shorter and “fatter” of the two, was believed to be Jane's.
We turned the corner. And there it was. Chawton Cottage. Jane's beloved home. Tea awaited us! Along with a glimpse into the daily life and heart of Jane.
Circa 1920, the Old Manor House in Steventon, home of novelist Jane Austen. (Hulton Archive/Getty Images)
"We have also just launched Jane Austen's ring." The museum commissioned a jeweler who lives near the museum to create authentic copies of Jane's own gold ...
The three items pictured above are the only known pieces of jewellery to have belonged to Jane Austen. (Dan Kitwood/Getty Images)
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For me, the dream came true in 2012 when I was following the Jane Austen Trail as research for my literary suspense A Jane Austen Encounter.
A photograph of all that remains of Steventon Rectory, which was razed in 1820 shortly after Jane's death: A field with trees and a metal pump in an ...
The National Portrait Gallery attributed this unfinished portrait to Jane Austen's sister, Cassandra, and
Julienne Gehrer is a Lifetime Member of the Jane Austen Society of North America, and has served as a Board Member and Regional Coordinator.
So that's it : a short autumnal visit to the garden at Chawton Cottage, Jane Austen's much-loved Chawton home.
... to George Austen—it's a piece of furniture Jane must have known well, because it came from the old rectory at Steventon, a house where she grew up.
Above, a letter from Jane Austen to her brother Francis is on display at her home in Chawton, England. (Dan Kitwood/Getty Images)
... a better guide in ourselves, if we would attend to it, than any other person can be." - #MondayMotivation from Fanny Price (Mansfield Park, Jane Austen)
Volume the Second, showing Austen's teenage collaboration with her sister Cassandra, who provided the cartoon images. British Library, London.
There are going to be some really fascinating events at Jane Austen's House over the next few months, and if you'd like to find out more about them ...
... James Edward Austen Leigh, is the one who wrote Jane Austen's first official biography. So both Martha and Jane were aunts to James Edward Austen Leigh) ...
This four-bedroom flat on Great Pulteney Street is in a Grade I listed house and has its own entrance. It is £1.345 million through Hamptons
In the great Venn Diagram that is life, the intersection of the sets of board gamers and fans of the novels of Jane Austen is but a sliver.