Jane Austen’s London in Fact & Fiction

Hello all in Vermont Libraries Land,

I append the flyer for our next Jane Austen in Vermont Gathering on March 27th, 2011 at Champlain College – we will be presenting an armchair journey though Jane Austen’s London in Fact & Fiction. Please post this in your library or pass along to any patrons who are interested in Jane Austen. It is free and open to the public.

If you want a proper flyer with graphics, please email me separately… and if any of you are in the area that weekend, please join us on our tour through Regency London!

Best regards,

Deb Barnum
JASNA-Vermont Regional Coordinator
Bygone Books
PO Box 5034
Burlington VT 05402
802-343-2294
email: books@bygonebooksvermont.com
website: www.bygonebooksvermont.com
blog: http://bygonebooks.wordpress.com

Jane Austen Society of North America: www.jasna.org

JASNA-Vermont:  JASNAVermont@gmail.com

blog: http://janeausteninvermont.wordpress.com

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You are Cordially Invited to JASNA-Vermont’s March Meeting

~Jane Austen’s London in Fact & Fiction ~

with

Suzanne Boden* & Deborah Barnum**

Jane Austen and London! ~ Why did she go & How did she get there? ~ Where did she stay & What did she do? ~ Was it a ‘Scene of Dissipation & Vice’ or a place of lively ‘Amusement’ filled with Shopping, the Theatre, Art Galleries & Menageries? ~ And her fiction? ~ How does Mr. Darcy know where to find Lydia and Wickham? And Why does nearly everyone in Sense & Sensibility go to Town? To find out all this  & more absolutely essential Austen biographical & geographical trivia, please

Join Us for a Visual Tour of Regency London!

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Sunday, 27 March 2011, 2 – 4 p.m.

Champlain College, Hauke Conference Center, 375 Maple St Burlington VT

  • Free & Open to the Public
  • Light refreshments served

For more information: JASNAVermont@gmail.com / 802-343-2294

Please visit our blog at: http://JaneAustenInVermont.wordpress.com


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Suzanne & Deb will share their mutual love of London! ~ *Suzanne Boden is the well-traveled proprietress of The Governor’s House in Hyde Park, where she regularly holds Jane Austen Weekends:  http://www.onehundredmain.com/ ; **Deb Barnum is the owner of Bygone Books, a shop of fine used & collectible books, the Regional Coordinator for the Vermont Region of JASNA,  author of the JASNA-Vermont blog, and compiler of the annual Jane Austen Bibliography.
Upcoming: June 5: A Lecture & Organ Recital on ‘The Musical World of Jane Austen’ with Professor William Tortolano.  At Vermont College of Fine Arts, Montpelier.
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