JASNA-Vermont Sept. Meeting ~ “Houses in Jane Austen’s Life and Fiction”

You are Cordially Invited to
JASNA-Vermont’s September Gathering
 

with

JASNA President Iris Lutz

“‛…in proportion to their family and income’: Houses in
Jane Austen’s Life and Fiction”
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 *An illustrated lecture featuring the houses in Jane Austen’s real and imagined worlds ~ we will be visiting Chawton, Bath, Winchester, and Kent, pairing pictures of real houses with descriptions in the novels of Austen’s various cottages, manors, and estates ~  Barton Cottage, Longbourn, Mansfield Park, Sotherton, and of course Pemberley! 

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Sunday, September 25, 2011   2 ~ 4 pm

 An event of the Burlington Book Festival 
~ Sponsored by Bygone Books  ~

Hosted by: Champlain College,
H
auke Conference Center ~
 375 Maple St Burlington VT

 http://www.champlain.edu/Documents/about_champlain/Campus-Map.pdf 

Free & Open to the Public!

Light refreshments served

 For more information:   JASNAVermont@gmail.com   

Please visit our BLOG at: http://JaneAustenInVermont.wordpress.com

Burlington Book Festival:  http://www.burlingtonbookfestival.com

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Please Join Us!

4 thoughts on “JASNA-Vermont Sept. Meeting ~ “Houses in Jane Austen’s Life and Fiction”

    • Thanks for visiting Marianne – wish you could be here in Vermont not only in cyberspace! – Iris did a great job – felt like we were there in these English houses looking over Jane Austen’s shoulder…!
      Best,
      Deb

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    • Yes, Sue, it was great – I had visited some of the houses but not all, so once again itching to go back! – one can never get enough!

      Iris did a lovely job mixing the real with the imagined. Wish you could have been here too!
      Deb

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