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  1. Historic Figures: Jane Austen

    Profile of the author of classics such as Sense and Sensibility, Pride and Prejudice, Northanger Abbey, Persuasion and Emma

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  2. Janeites: The curious American cult of Jane Austen

    Jane Austen continues to inspire huge devotion in the US, but what makes this most English of writers so appealing to Americans?

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  3. How to party like Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice

    The BBC has recreated the Netherfield ball from Jane Austen's classic, Pride and Prejudice. What would this occasion really have been like?

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  1. The Mel and Sue Thing: Episode 1

    …Weird characters and surreal chat from Mel Giedroyc and Sue Perkins . Featuring Jane

    …Weird characters and surreal chat from Mel Giedroyc and Sue Perkins . Featuring Jane Austen's Last Novella and a duet…

    …Weird characters and surreal chat from Mel Giedroyc and Sue Perkins . Featuring Jane Austen's Last Novella and a duet sung by Cliff Richard and Delia Smith. These days, they're …

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  2. Ann Radcliffe - The Mysteries of Udolpho: Episode 1

    …novel, along with Radcliffe's 'The Romance of the Forest' plays a prominent role in Jane

    …Forest' plays a prominent role in Jane Austen… 's 'Northanger Abbey'. Dramatised by Catherine …

    …castle and the machinations of an Italian brigand. This quintessential Gothic novel, along with Radcliffe's 'The Romance of the Forest' plays a prominent role in Jane Austen's 'Northanger Abbey…

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  3. Ann Radcliffe - The Mysteries of Udolpho: Episode 2

    …novel, along with Radcliffe's 'The Romance of the Forest' plays a prominent role in Jane

    …Forest' plays a prominent role in Jane Austen… 's 'Northanger Abbey'. Dramatised by Catherine …

    …castle and the machinations of an Italian brigand. This quintessential Gothic novel, along with Radcliffe's 'The Romance of the Forest' plays a prominent role in Jane Austen's 'Northanger Abbey…

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  4. Internet trolls face up to two years in jail under new laws

    Jane Austen on the £10 note. He was jailed for 18 weeks earlier this year. Law change…

    …after she campaigned to put Jane Austen on the £10 note. He was jailed for 18 weeks earlier this year. Law change…

    …someone sent you a message online, don't be offended by it'." Peter Nunn, 33, from Bristol, sent abusive Twitter messages to Ms Creasy after she campaigned to put Jane Austen on the £10 note. He was…

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  5. Trolling on social media: What does the law say?

    …her campaign to put Jane Austen on the £10 note. He sent what were viewed as "menacing…

    …Creasy over her campaign to put Jane Austen on the £10 note. He sent what were viewed as "menacing" messages to the…

    …Last month Peter Nunn, 33, from Bristol , was sent to prison for 18 weeks after being found guilty of trolling Labour politician Stella Creasy over her campaign to put Jane Austen on the £10 note. He…

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  6. Jane Austen - why the fuss?

    …Read Jane Austen and the War of Ideas by Marilyn Butler. The novels are hard-headed fables…

    …cinemas, Jane Austen is riding the crest of a revival. But for those who've never picked up one of her books, what's the…

    Austen's novels. Yes, it does focus on a small section of society, this was life as Jane Austen knew it. But if you read her novels properly you say her view was not so confined. Yes, there is…

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  7. Pride and Prejudice: Jane Austen fans celebrate novel's 200th anniversary

    …hook up with Jane Austen societies in Australia and North America. Jane Austen societies…

    Jane Austen Society of the UK. "You can read it as a romantic Cinderella story, a comedy or as a social commentary on…

    Jane Austen societies also exist in Japan, the Netherlands and Brazil. Jane Austen (1775-1817) was one of eight children in a close-knit family Born on 16 December… Jane Austen's House Museum in Chawton…

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  8. Elizabeth Gaskell: Why was the Cranford author considered so 'fearful'?

    …compared with Charles Dickens, Jane Austen and the Brontë sisters? Born in London in…

    …with Charles Dickens, Jane Austen and the Brontë sisters? Born in London in 1810, the then Elizabeth Stevenson…

    …and Daughters while living at the Plymouth Grove property between 1850 and 1865. But who was Mrs Gaskell and has her work been unfairly overlooked when compared with Charles Dickens, Jane Austen and…

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  9. Selling Austen to Hants tourists

    …Selling Jane Austen to Hampshire tourists Jane Austen was born in Steventon in 1775… The …

    …Selling Jane Austen to Hampshire tourists Jane Austen was born in Steventon in 1775… The Jane Austen 'industry' is one…

    …Selling Jane Austen to Hampshire tourists Jane Austen was born in Steventon in 1775… The Jane Austen 'industry' is one that Hampshire is now keen to cash in on… Jane Austen's House Museum opened its…

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  10. Peter Nunn jailed for Twitter abuse of MP Stella Creasy

    …campaigned to put Jane Austen on the £10 note has been jailed for 18 weeks. The City of…

    …A man who sent abusive Twitter messages to Labour MP Stella Creasy after she campaigned to put Jane Austen on the… who…

    …A man who sent abusive Twitter messages to Labour MP Stella Creasy after she campaigned to put Jane Austen on the £10 note has been jailed for 18 weeks. The City of London Magistrates' Court… messages…

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  1. The Jane Austen rules to 21st century dating: New guide offers advice on modern relationships as the author 'would have written it'

    …universally acknowledged. Rule Four: Dress Up Jane Austen's England had little of the…

    …By SINEAD MURPHY FOR MAILONLINE A lot has changed since Jane Austen wrote about women's quest to find a perfect match in…

    …By SINEAD MURPHY FOR MAILONLINE A lot has changed since Jane Austen wrote about women's quest to find a perfect match in 19th century Britain. But one fan of the writer believes many of Austen's…

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  2. Guide offers advice on modern relationships as Jane Austen 'would have written it'

    …universally acknowledged. Rule Four: Dress Up Jane Austen's England had little of the…

    …By SINEAD MURPHY FOR MAILONLINE A lot has changed since Jane Austen wrote about women's quest to find a perfect match in…

    …By SINEAD MURPHY FOR MAILONLINE A lot has changed since Jane Austen wrote about women's quest to find a perfect match in 19th century Britain. But one fan of the writer believes many of Austen's…

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    Mail Online UK
  3. A time of battles – real and literary

    …wider issues the war affected everyone – including writers and readers. In Jane Austen’s…

    …interests often blocked out wider issues the war affected everyone – including writers and readers. In Jane Austen’s…

    …private interests often blocked out wider issues the war affected everyone – including writers and readers. In Jane Austen’s novels, the war is unseen yet ever-present. Her brother Henry was an…

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