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    Highly prized Austen collection donated to the Bodleian

    A highly-prized collection of manuscripts including some written by Jane Austen has been donated to the Bodleian Library and Jane Austen’s House following a UK-wide campaign to purchase it.

    “If a book is well written, I always find it too short”: Our Ongoing Love Affair with Pride and Prejudice

    "In Being Mr Wickham, Lukis and Curzon have had relatively free reign to develop the titular character, given that Austen doesn’t reveal much about Wickham’s past other than his involvement with Darcy." Beth Proctor discusses the latest left-field adaptation of Jane Austen's classic.

    Sense and Sexibility Part 2: A defense of Austen’s leading ladies

    In light of a recent Cherwell article, I decided it was time to give Austen’s female leads the credit they deserve. I love Darcy...

    Review: Emma.

    With Little Women and David Copperfield playing on screens, and The Secret Garden coming up in April, Emma. is one in a remarkable string...

    A feminist rereading of Austen for 2018

    The 18th century novel is surprisingly relevant to the issues facing women today

    Web Series World – The Lizzie Bennet Diaries

    Let's start at the very beginning...

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