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En una placa que se colocó tiempo después de la muerte de Jane Austen cerca de su tumba se alaba su talento como escritora.

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En una placa que se colocó tiempo después de la muerte de Jane Austen cerca de su tumba se alaba su talento como escritora.

Jane Austin's Grave……SHE'LL HAVE PLENTY OF TIME TO WRITE HER STORIES HERE……..WE ARE WAITING FOR YOUR NEXT BEST-SELLER, JANE………….ccp

Jane Austin's Grave……SHE'LL HAVE PLENTY OF TIME TO WRITE HER STORIES HERE……..WE ARE WAITING FOR YOUR NEXT BEST-SELLER, JANE………….ccp

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Jane Austen also lived here at 25 Gay Street in Bath.  It's now a private residence.

Jane Austen lived here at 25 Gay Street in Bath. It's now a private residence.

This is a picture of Caroline Austen- daughter of Jane's brother James

Caroline Austen, Jane Austen's niece by her brother James and his second wife, Mary, in old age.

Reasons You Wouldn't Want to Live in Jane Austen's England

Reasons You Wouldn't Want to Live in Jane Austen's England

Jane Austen had contracted Addisons Disease. By May 1817 she was so ill that she and her sister, Cassandra, to be near Jane's physician, rented rooms in Winchester. Tragically, there was then no cure and Jane Austen died in her sister's arms in the early hours of 18 July, 1817. She was 41 years old. She is buried in Winchester Cathedral. Photo by besthorpe, via Flickr

Jane Austen had contracted Addisons Disease. By May 1817 she was so ill that she and her sister, Cassandra, to be near Jane's physician, rented rooms in Winchester. Tragically, there was then no cure and Jane Austen died in her sister's arms in the early hours of 18 July, 1817. She was 41 years old. She is buried in Winchester Cathedral. Photo by besthorpe, via Flickr

Regency dresses and necklines

The heaving Regency bosom, or was it? Some facts laid bare.

Posts about regency undergarments on Jane Austen's World

WINCHESTER, ENGLAND   l   Jane Austen spent the last few months of her life in this house in Winchester.

The house where Jane Austen lived in Winchester in the last few months of her life.

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"Run mad as often as you chuse; but do not faint." Jane Austen

"Run mad as often as you chuse; but do not faint.

Vintage Illustrations Jane Austen Sense and Sensibility Cards Scrapbooking 6 | eBay

Vintage illustrations Jane Austen Sense and Sensibility cards 6 w/envelopes

Vintage illustrations Jane Austen Sense and Sensibility cards scrapbooking 6

A horse-drawn carriage in a BBC production of Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice. Owning a carriage was a symbol of wealth and status, since it meant also owning and keeping horses, employing grooms to care for the horses, as well as staff to maintain and drive the carriage.

Party like it’s 1813

The BBC has recreated an authentic version of the Netherfield ball from Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice, so what would this occasion really have been like?

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