✼ The Jane Austen Society Epub ✿ Author Natalie Jenner – Writerscompany.co.uk

The Jane Austen Society Just After The Second World War, In The Small English Village Of Chawton, An Unusual But Like Minded Group Of People Band Together To Attempt Something RemarkableOne Hundred And Fifty Years Ago, Chawton Was The Final Home Of Jane Austen, One Of England S Finest Novelists Now It S Home To A Few Distant Relatives And Their Diminishing Estate With The Last Bit Of Austen S Legacy Threatened, A Group Of Disparate Individuals Come Together To Preserve Both Jane Austen S Home And Her Legacy These People A Laborer, A Young Widow, The Local Doctor, And A Movie Star, Among Others Could Not Be Different And Yet They Are United In Their Love For The Works And Words Of Austen As Each Of Them Endures Their Own Quiet Struggle With Loss And Trauma, Some From The Recent War, Others From Distant Tragedies, They Rally Together To Create The Jane Austen SocietyA Powerful And Moving Novel That Explores The Tragedies And Triumphs Of Life, Both Large And Small, And The Universal Humanity In Us All, The Jane Austen Society Is Destined To Resonate With Readers For Years To Come

About the Author: Natalie Jenner

Natalie Jenner was born in England and emigrated to Canada as a young child She obtained her B.A and her LL.B from the University of Toronto, where she was the 1990 Gold Medalist in English Literature at St Michael s College, and was Called to the Bar of Ontario in 1995 In addition to a brief career as a corporate lawyer, Natalie has worked as a recruiter, career coach, and consultant to

10 thoughts on “The Jane Austen Society

  1. says:

    The person, be it gentleman or lady, who has not pleasure in a good novel, must be intolerably stupid That is my favorite Jane Austen quote I love her books I loved her memorable characters Elizabeth Bennet is always gonna be one of my favorite literature characters And thanks to Colin Firth made me re watch a million times of his version of Mr Fitzwilliam Darcy When I

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    Prepare to meet the three or four families in a country village, and a Hollywood movie star, who embrace their passion and form a literary society in honor of an author whose enduring appeal, after 200 years, reminds us of what should be paramount in our lives compassion, love, and reading The Jane Austen Society is an uplifting tribute to its inspiration and the nobility of t

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    Exquisite They say that imitation is the deepest form of flattery Yes, indeed it is, as you will observe when you read this lovely story I am not a romance fan, so this is truly high praise The interesting characters and their mutual love for both Jane Austen, as a person, and her body of work draws them together in a quest to create a memorial of some type in tribute to her work and

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    A heartwarming, gently paced tale set in the 1940 s English village, Chawton, that will delight many readers.Review to come closer to release date.My thanks to St Martin s Press for the opportunity to read the book in exchange for my honest review.

  5. says:

    I read a lot and often, and rarely am I as moved by the story and the characters as I was by Natalie Jenner s magnificent debut, The Jane Austen Society It s one of those rare books that makes you think about its people long after you put it down You will laugh with them, you will fall in love with them, you most certainly will cry with them.The heart of the story is beloved British writer, Jane Aust

  6. says:

    Giveaway win

  7. says:

    3.5 Stars Review to follow.

  8. says:

    4.5 starsIf you adore Jane Austen, and quiet novels about life than this is perfect for you This take place during WWII and shortly after, in one of the last places that Jane Austen lived, Chawton, England You have a motley crew of characters an American actress, a doctor, a lawyer, a teenage girl, a teacher, a shy field worker, and even a descendant of Jane s They are all of different ages, wealth, some grieve, some are to

  9. says:

    Well, this is something I need in my life.

  10. says:

    But one can always read Austen So there is a lot of Jane Austen out there right now As there always is And I don t begrudge anyone the love HOWEVER as someone who would love to see some of her other literary favourites I am looking at you, miniseries of Villette get attention, I often feel that every time I approach something Austen I will be seeing something I have seen before.For example, on first glance, you might look at this and think

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