Category Archives: Places/Locations

That’s Right, it’s a Post About Privies

That’s Right, it’s a Post About Privies

It’s much more fun to view the Regency era through rose-colored historical glasses, focusing on the flattering emprire-waisted dresses, pretty bonnets, beautiful countryside, well-stocked elegant country house libraries, and of course the handsome men wearing handsome clothes. Better to ignore the position of women (as the property of either their fathers or their husbands), the… more goodness …

Emma (2009) Trivia Challenge

Emma (2009) Trivia Challenge

At the Box Hill picnic in this version of Emma, Mr. Weston poses a conundrum, asking the group which two letters of the alphabet express perfection. His answer was “M” and “A” which together are “Em-ma.” The awkward irony of this is lost on no-one, as the entire group has just witnessed Emma’s stinging set-down… more goodness …

Land Forms or Formed By the Land?

Land Forms or Formed By the Land?

“…their lives were linked and interwoven in innumerable and often intimate Ways and because this…land shaped all who lived along its rivers, by its Swamps and on its islands and sandy hills, even as those who lived there Shaped the land itself.” Erskine Clarke, Dwelling Place As I have been working my way through the… more goodness …

Bronwen Chisholm’s Debut Post: An Introduction

Bronwen Chisholm’s Debut Post: An Introduction

Hello, Hello, Hello! I cannot express how tickled I am to be making my debut on Austen Authors. Following the example of my fellow new authors to the site, I will take this first blog to introduce myself and my love of everything Austen. Although I grew up surrounded by books, I somehow avoided Jane… more goodness …

A Royal Wedding

A Royal Wedding

Let’s take a quick peek at a Royal Wedding. No, not that one. How different was the wedding of Queen Elizabeth to Prince Philip from that of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, or the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge? I won’t dwell on the details of the contemporary weddings as you either know them by… more goodness …