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Mother's Day, Juvenilia and a new theory about Jane's death

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Jane Austen Centre

No. 188 - 15th March, 2017

What's the Jane Austen News this week?

- Was Jane's death caused by arsenic?
- Mr Darcy nowhere in sight in new BBC drama
- A wider audience with mini bookbenches
- Jane conference in Plattsburgh
- A new journal article on Jane's juvenilia  
- Maggie Lane in Bath in April
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A Dangerous Intimacy: Mansfield Park and Playing at Love

"A group of young people... decide to entertain themselves by staging a play. So what's so wrong about that?"
Author Lona Manning explains why Mansfield Park's Edmund and Fanny thought that yes, there was plenty wrong about that!
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15% off for Mother's Day

It'll soon be Mother's Day here in the UK, and if your mother's a Jane fan we're sure to have the perfect gift. Browse our catalogue here, and take 15% off the cost of anything in our Jane Austen at Home, Jane Austen Jewellery and Kitchen and Table categories by using the discount code mothersday15. Offer ends 11.59 pm Friday (UK time).
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Reading Jane's Final, Unfinished Novel

"That is why you should read Sanditon, even in its sorry truncation. The book is an exercise in courage."
This piece from the New Yorker explains why Sanditon shouldn't be overlooked, despite never having been finished by Jane.
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Weekly Jane Austen Quiz

Jane Austen Character Descriptions

Can you match the correct name to the description?
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