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All Things Jane Austen

The Best of Jane Austen Knits: 27 Regency Inspired Designs. By Amy Clarke Moore. Interweave, Feb. 2015. 160 p. EA.

The Best of Jane Austen Knits

British Library Jane Austen Daybook. By Freydis Welland. Frances Lincoln, March 2015. 160 p. EA.

Goodnight Mr. Darcy. By Kate Coombs (Author), Alli Arnold (Artist). Publisher: Gibbs Smith, September 1, 2014. 32 pages.(A Babylit Parody). Thank you TN! EA.

Had's Wish List

Steventon Rectory Archaeological Excavation Project, completed at the end of February 2012. Jane Austen was born in Steventon on December 16, 1775. EA.

Archaeo Briton > Jane Austen

This paper scrap, bearing Jane Austen's handwriting, sold for $40,000 at auction in June 2014. EA.

Bonhams : AUSTEN (JANE) Signature ("Jane Austen"), January 1811

The Economics of Jane Austen. By Shannon Chamberlain. The Atlantic. Aug. 3, 2014. EA.

The Economics of Jane Austen

The Jane Austen Rules: a classic guide to modern love. By Sinéad Murphy. Melville House, Oct. 14, 2014.144 p. "Murphy points out that Austen was far ahead of her time in terms of feminist philosophies; indeed, Austen's sage advice endures 200 years later." (Publisher's Weekly) EA.

The Jane Austen Rules » Melville House Books

At Home With Wedgwood: the art of the table. By Tricia Foley. Potter Style, 2009. 192 p. EA.

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Muslin. By Sonia Ashmore. Victoria and Albert Museum, Nov. 2012. 160 p. EA.

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Papermaking and the Art of Watercolor in 18th century Britain: Paul Sandby and the Whatman Paper Mill. By Theresa Fairbanks Harris and Scott Wilcox. With essays and contributions by Stephen Daniels, Michael Fuller, and Maureen Green. Yale Center for British Art and Yale University Press, 2006. 192 p. This book provides background information on the papermaking industry during Jane Austen's time. The Turkey Paper Mill founded by the Whatman family was the largest paper mill in the country. EA.

Jane Austen's Families. By June Sturrock. Anthem Press, Nov. 2014. 160 p. EA.

Jane Austen's Families

Georgette Heyer's Regency World. By Jennifer Kloester. Sourcebooks, 2010. 381 p. EA.

Georgette Heyer's Regency World

Dining with the Georgians: a Delicious British History. By Emma Kay. Amberley, Oct. 19, 2014. 256 p. EA.

Dining with the Georgians

Jane Austen's Journeys. By Hazel Jones. Robert Hale, Feb. 1, 2015. 208 p. EA.

Jane Austen's Journeys

Pride and Prejudice Bench, part of a public art installation in London. Wonderful! -RC

Books About Town Benches – Flavorwire

The Georgian Town House. By Pat Dargan. Amberley, Jan. 2014. 160 p. EA.

The Georgian Town House

Life in an Eighteenth Century Country House: Letters from the Grove. By Peter and Carolyn Hammond. Amberley, Jan. 2013. 158 p. The book is about Grove House in Chiswick. EA.

Jane Austen Cover to Cover. By Margaret C. Sullivan. Quirk Books, November 2014. 208 p. EA.

"Tea caddy, 1780-1800, Wood with painted decoration and metal handle. Given by Thomas Sutton, Esq." I imagine, such a tea caddy could have been used by Jane Austen. EA.

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West Dean Student Uncovers Rare Jane Austen Text. By Ruari Barratt. The Argus, June 2, 2014. EA.

Rare Jane Austen text discovered