This issue of Jane Austen’s Regency World includes:
- Cradle of genius Steventon, the village where Jane spent more than half her life, reveals its secrets
- Austen and the Archbishop The trail of literary criticism leads to an Irish cathedral
- Art and exploration Exploring the Royal Academy of Arts and the travels of Captain Cook
- Wentworth’s prize money How does the hero of Persuasion‘s success compare with that of Jane Austen’s naval brothers?
- Fathers and daughters The Burneys, the Mitfords and the Austens all had a close father-daughter relationship
- Gainsborough and the theatre A stunning new exhibition at the Holburne Museum, Bath
- Pioneering women No 1 Royal Crescent, Bath looks back at 100 years of women’s suffrage
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