Jane Austen

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Noun1.Jane Austen - English novelist noted for her insightful portrayals of middle-class families (1775-1817)Jane Austen - English novelist noted for her insightful portrayals of middle-class families (1775-1817)
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She beat actor Matthew Modine, who received 10,682 votes; and Jane Austin, who received 5,048 votes.
"Besides fantasy stories, I have read classic English writers such as Charles Dickens, Jane Austin, Charlotte BrontE1/2 etc.
Critique: An impressive compilation of erudite, thoughtful and thought-provoking essays, "Jane Austen and Comedy" is a seminal work of extraordinary scholarship--and one that is unreservedly recommended for community and academic library literary collections in general, and Jane Austin supplemental curriculum studies lists in particular.
There will be an evening of advent and Christmas delights ONTHURSDAY December 6 as Scottish medieval group, Canty, perform medieval carols and traditional seasonal songs at A Canty Christmas.This event will also feature the Scottish premiere of Joanna L'Estrange's Gospel-style setting of a prayer by Jane Austin.
I was listening to a programme where they were going through the names of incredibly famous, gifted authors whose work had been dismissed as being useless, Jane Austin for example.
The memorial was attended by many stars including Ed Asner, SAG-AFTRA Secretary-Treasurer Jane Austin, Frances Fisher, Elliott Gould, Lainie Kazan, and Connie Stevens.
When I was doing the Jane Austin notes I contacted the Bank of England and told them what I was doing.
In the days of Jane Austin, young unmarried ladies were never to be seen alone in the company of a man.
Tyler Woods will be directing this comedic quartet about four very real women who lived boldly in France during the French Revolution's Reign of Terror (1793-1794).<br />Sense and Sensibility, adapted from the Jane Austin novel by Kate Hamill, will be staged at the Paseo from Aug.
This event features Jane Austin, author of News from Nowhere.
If you have recently gone through a breakup or lost someone very close to your heart, you might become a victim to the broken heart syndrome -&nbsp;a term that describes an actual illness and not just something that a protagonist of a Jane Austin novel goes through.