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Jane Austen Centre

No. 234 - February 21st, 2018

"This week, discover how it's perfectly possible to be in a state of undress while being fully clothed...!" - Jenni
The Latest Olympic Sport - Jane Austen Curling
- Controversy Over Church Commemoration
- A Modern Update - A Mistake?
- What Does Jane Austen Have to do with Nuclear Deterrence?
- Performing An Unfinished Austen
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A Library Talk About Jane Austen

"My audience was surprised to learn that perhaps Jane’s greatest admirer outside her own family was ‘Prinny’, the Prince Regent, a man it is safe to say she held in a certain amount of contempt..."
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Give Her Something She'll Love

It's Mother's Day here in the UK and Ireland on March 11th, and the Jane Austen Gift Shop is sure to have just the right gift. To make it easy, we've highlighted some of our favourite items here. (And if you're not in the UK, there's never a bad time to show your mother how much you care!)
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Undress, Half Dress, Full Dress: Making Sense of It All

'"Undress" did not signify being unclothed. Likewise, "Half Dress" did not mean one was literally half- dressed.'
A highly useful explanation of what "undress", "half-dress" and "full dress" actually meant, and when each would be appropriate
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Weekly Jane Austen Quiz

Jane Austen and her Marriages
Who doesn't love a wedding? Can you correctly answer these questions about the many weddings which take place in Austen's novels?
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