A delightful new variation by Shannon Winslow tells the story of Sense and Sensibility from Colonel Brandon's perspective, providing fascinating insights into this often misunderstood character.
Tag: Jane Austen
Caricatures of Christmas
Wishing you all a festive and worshipful Christmas!
￼The Stereotype of the Self-Indulgent Clergyman (Rowlandson’s Parsonage)
Thomas Rowlandson's satirical cartoon, The Parsonage, shows one stereotype of the clergy in Austen's England.
Exploring the Arts at the JASNA AGM in Chicago
Faith, Science, and Joy at the JASNA 2021 AGM in Chicago
Thankfulness in Jane Austen’s Novels
What does Jane Austen have to say about gratitude and thankfulness?
The Anne of Green Gables Devotional by Rachel Dodge, Book Review
Austen fans, you may also enjoy L.M. Montgomery's books. If you're a "kindred spirit" to Anne of Green Gables, check out this new devotional!
The Meyersons of Meryton: A Jewish Family in Jane Austen’s England
This unusual Pride and Prejudice variation introduces a Jewish family to Meryton, and shows us more about Judaism in Jane Austen's England.
The Journal of a Georgian Gentleman: Richard Hall and the Baptists of Austen’s England
What was it like to be a Baptist in Austen's Anglican-dominated England?
Covering Screens: A Young Lady’s Accomplishment
"Covering screens" was one of the accomplishments of young ladies in Jane Austen's England. What did that mean?
Book Review: 30-Day Journey With Jane Austen
A new devotional by Natasha Duquette gives us joyful reflections from Jane Austen's writings each morning.