Jane Austen on πŸ‚NatureπŸ‚

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πŸ‚ They are much to be pitied who have not been given a taste for nature early in life. πŸ‚

Jane Austen (1775-1817) β€œMansfield Park”

Today is Jane Austen Day: it marks the 244th anniversary of her birth

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πŸ‚ Sono molto da compiangere coloro ai quali non Γ¨ stato dato un certo gusto per la natura fin dall’infanzia. πŸ‚

πŸ‚ Ils sont bien Γ  plaindre ceux qui n’ont pas reΓ§u au moins le goΓ»t de la nature dans leur enfance. πŸ‚

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46 thoughts on “Jane Austen on πŸ‚NatureπŸ‚

  1. When I was in Library School I did a paper on the publishing history of Pride and Prejudice. That was quite an undertaking in the pre-computer days. An electric typewriter and copying Reader’s Guide to Periodical LIterature by year on a copier rather than by hand was as high-tech as we could get back in the olden days.

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      1. Non saprei li vedo ostici …Austen ….assonanza πŸ˜‹
        Sono su king e ne ho preso un altro e siamo a 5 di cui 4 letti non l’avrei mai detto di questo autore Γ¨ riuscito a stracciare Fitzgerald che era partito bene

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  2. Il fratello Henry trattava con gli editori la pubblicazione delle opere di Jane, perchΓ© a lei non era consentito farlo personalmente. Bisogna leggere i suoi libri inquadrandoli anche nell’epoca storica in cui visse. Io la trovo deliziosa e il suo amore per la natura Γ¨ contagioso

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