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New issue of Jane Austen’s Regency World!
The March/April 2014 issue [No. 68] of Jane Austen’s Regency World magazine is now published and will be mailed to subscribers this week. In it you can read about:
- William Beckford, the remarkable author and architect who led a somewhat sordid life
- Joanna Trollope on her rewriting of Sense & Sensibility for HarperCollins’s Austen Project
- Mary Russell Mitford, the writer who sought to emulate Jane Austen
- How Jane Austen supported her fellow writers by subscribing to their books
- The story of Julie Klassen, marketing assistant turned best-selling Regency romance novelist
Plus: News, Letters, Book Reviews and information from Jane Austen Societies in the US and the UK.
And: Test your knowledge with our exclusive Jane Austen quiz, and read about the shocking behaviour of our latest Regency Rogue
You should subscribe! Make sure that you are among the first to read all the news from Jane Austen’s Regency World: http://janeaustenmagazine.co.uk/subscribe/
[Images and text from JARW Magazine, with thanks]
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I suggest this every year as the perfect stocking stuffer for your favorite Austen reader, or gift yourself – it will show up in your mailbox 6 times a year! Jane Austen’s Regency World Magazine:
Here is the latest news on the just published January/February (No. 67) issue – it is all about Mansfield Park:
The cover features Chiwetel Ejiofor as Solomon Northup in the new film 12 Years a Slave.
This issue begins the celebration of the bicentenary of the publication of Jane Austen’s third novel Mansfield Park. In it you can read about:
- Jane Austen on slavery: how Jane Austen’s third novel tackled the issue of slavery
- Sympathy and advice for Mary Crawford
- Breach of promise of marriage: the danger of being caught in a scandal
- Navy vs Army: why Jane Austen preferred sailors to soldiers
- Jane Austen Club of Moscow: Russian Janeites who enjoy the world’s favourite author
Plus: News, Letters, Book Reviews and information from Jane Austen Societies in the US, UK and Australia.
To subscribe now click here: http://janeaustenmagazine.co.uk/subscribe/ and make sure that you are among the first to read all the news from Jane Austen’s Regency World. [You can also on this page download a sample article: there is a pdf of the article on the BBC’s Death Comes to Pemberley]. An annual subscription (six issues) costs £29.70 plus postage.
Digital magazine: Jane Austen’s Regency World magazine is now available as a download for your iPad or Android device. The new issue goes live on January 1. For full details click here.
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The July/August 2013 (No 64) edition of Jane Austen’s Regency World magazine is now out – watch out for it in your mailbox over the next few weeks. In the new issue you can read about:
- Austenland: we speak to Jerusha Hess about her new film depicting one woman’s amazing hunt for her Mr Darcy
- Read our exclusive preview of this year’s Jane Austen Festival in Bath
- The Countess of Jersey, serial adulteress and debauchee is this issue’s Regency Rogue
- Letters from Jane: a look at Austen’s correspondence
- Plump cheeks and thick ankles: Jane Austen used appearance to size up her characters
- A social reformer and a place called Harmony: the tale of Robert Owen
Subscribe today to Jane Austen’s Regency World, the full-colour, must-read, glossy magazine for fans of the world’s favourite author – delivered to your doorstep every two months direct from Bath, England. Plus reports from Austen societies in the UK, US and Australia; news, letters, book reviews, quiz and much, much more!
[Text and image from JARW Magazine]
c2013, Jane Austen in Vermont
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