Lecture: Updating Jane Austen
16 November 2017, 19:00
Ondaatje Wing Theatre
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by Cassandra Austen
Joanna also investigates the importance of money in the original, Jane’s own attitude to money and Joanna’s own recent look at earning women in City of Friends. Money, as Jane Austen knew very well, was a significant factor in the lives of the human beings she portrayed so brilliantly - either its absence ( the Dashwood women) or the need and greed for its presence (Willoughby) or the feeling that it must be treated responsibly and generously (Colonel Brandon).
In partnership with the Jane Austen's House Museum.
Joanna Trollope OBE is the author of seventeen highly acclaimed bestselling novels including A Village Affair, The Choir and The Rector’s Wife.
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