Charle con los fans de Jane Austen en todo el mundo

Quien haya buscado a Jane Austen en Internet, en algún momento, se ha encontrado con La República de Pemberley. Como el Foro Austen más antiguo y más grande, son conocidos en todas partes por la variedad de temas que cubren y la cantidad de carteles que atraen. Pero, ¿qué pasa si está buscando un tipo diferente de discusión, información o simplemente un lugar para conocer gente con ideas afines? Ya sea que tenga una pregunta sobre Regency y la Inglaterra georgiana o simplemente desee hablar sobre un pequeño trozo de Austenia, hay una gran cantidad de otras tablas por ahí, felices de recibir visitantes.

Austenblog, el tablero más nuevo en la escena es un compendio de noticias sobre Jane Austen en la cultura popular. Este sitio tiene enlaces a próximas películas y libros, y noticias y fotos de prensa. Se actualiza diariamente y los editores agradecen sus comentarios y preguntas. Mollands, una extensión de Tilneys y trampillas, ofrece otra opción más para el Janeite que desea, si no té, al menos conversación. Los nueve temas continuos no están todos relacionados con Austen, pero incluyen "The Chawton Round Table" (conversaciones sobre Jane), "Inkstaind Wretches" (para publicar fanfiction, poesía y otros garabatos), "The Stacks" (para hablar sobre libros, libros y más libros) y van desde deportes hasta películas y espacio simplemente para sonar. Verdaderamente no solo buena compañía, sino la mejor. La base de datos internacional de películas ofrece tableros de mensajes para cada película, por lo que si tiene comentarios, primicias, preguntas o simplemente desea ver lo que se dice, puede dirigirse allí para lo que seguramente será una conversación estimulante. Simplemente escriba el título de la película que desea discutir y desplácese hasta la parte inferior de esa página para leer las publicaciones. Jane Austen Fan Fiction está muy extendido en Internet. Si eso es lo que está buscando (un lugar para leer, un lugar para publicar, un lugar para recomendar) intente una búsqueda en Google de "Jane Austen Fan Fiction", los resultados son demasiados para enumerarlos aquí. Diviértete disfrutando de Austen en Internet con nuevos amigos de todo el mundo.

Laura Boyle dirige Austentation: Regency Accessories, creadores de sombreros, gorros y accesorios Regency hechos a medida. Haga clic en el enlace de arriba para visitar su sitio.

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I had to write a letter to her for my English Class this is how it went

Dear Jane Austen,

After finishing Pride and Prejudice I feel as if I need to read it a few more times to fully grasp the overall concept of the book and appreciate your genius. Upon my first reading, I felt as if you added a lot of unnecessary information in which I blamed on your time and age of writing but later saw how wonderfully you made everything fall together. Not a detail that was aforementioned did not have a complacent ending. The only fault I could possibly see, is more of compliment if anything, which is I wanted the ending to be longer. Maybe I read it too fast out of aspiration or just general excitement but it seemed too condensed to really give all the characters justice. I understand it’s like an end of a film where we get to see how all of the character’s lives played out and I guess it’s just pure selfishness but I yearned for more. I think this was just because everything else was described so thoughtfully, that just a conclusion of the events seemed so rushed. Either way I have the highest regards for you as an author and wish so much to meet you. Your language has widely expanded my vocabulary and I tend to use your words or essense of them on a daily basis now. Even though I’m sure there are many drawbacks to living in this era you somehow made it seem so whimsical that I, a person who is very involved in her technology, become wishful of being in your time. You have created such wonderful people who even though differ in personalities have a simpleness to them that is easy to understand the basis of their characters. I have fallen in love with the scene, people, and events so much that I feel a connection to them like you often do when you get lost in a book. As I see it each book is a glimpse into a different world and I’m very grateful for you letting me be apart of yours. I highly doubt that there will be a time where I don’t remember the events in great detail. Reading your work has given me a better outlook on life, I no longer see wealth and beauty as a major advantage and place more value on character. I see my former self in Elizabeth where I would hear something about someone and automatically believe it to be true without proper confrontation. And with writing so detailed as your own I feel as if I have experienced every emotion with the person. I deem this book to be so good I plan to read all of your works to perhaps see you develop as a writer. Upset as I may be of the last chapter, I am comforted by the fact that you did not go too far into the future so that may stay forever young at heart.

With all my love and warmest regards,

Sarah Nacole

hanrasar julio 26, 2020

Hey, my name is Agata Pietrzak and I am Polish student. I am currently working on my BA thesis on Jane Austen’s translation of “Pride and Prejudice”. I would like to ask you to complete the survey. THANK YOU !
link to the survey: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1-WfsHhCNeTENB2AeHc2Uk-bL1si_VQp9V-ypZnC6vy8/edit

agatolczis julio 26, 2020

Anybody from the Aldershot area going to this years Jane Austen festival, I am looking for some like minded company!

kim julio 26, 2020

Hi, I’m doing a little research on Jane, and a millwright who provided paper to Jane in 1814, Ive got evidence of the paper maker knowing jane as they lived very close to each other in Chawton and Alton. But i need a time line of the houses where Jane lived whilst i speak to the mills archive, any help would be good.

JoninRingstead julio 26, 2020

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