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Jane Austen's elegant style 'may not be hers' BBC News The elegant writing style of novelist Jane Austen may have been the work of her editor, an academic has claimed. Professor Kathryn Sutherland of Oxford

Apples a not-so-standard standby Toronto Sun By ELIZABETH BAIRD, Special to QMI Agency "Good apple pies are a considerable part of our domestic happiness," according to Jane Austen.

Jane Austen + Zombies = Gold MoviesOnline This version takes place at the same time as the Jane Austen book, but it just pretends that zombies have been a part of English life for quite some time.

When Mockery Is All That's Left Wall Street Journal This year, "Jane Austen's Fight Club" turned up on YouTube, with young ladies in empire-waisted frocks pummeling one another—just imagine Quentin Tarantino

Jewish Funhouse Mirror Is Alive and Not So Well New York Times... like to write like Jane Austen, with a little bit of Yiddish,” adding that he'd rather be called “the Jewish Jane Austen” than “the English Philip Roth.

Austen Found; musical with an eighteenth century twist National Business Review Don't be fooled by the title and the publicity, this little entertainment has very little to do with Jane Austen. It would be better to have called it The

Jane Austen lecture Gainsborough Standard... and District Decorative and Fine Art Society's monthly lecture to speak on the perennially popular subject of Jane Austen, her life and writing. Gainsborough Standard

"Heroine's Bookshelf" a lift in tough times Denver Post... her favorite literary ladies, as well as their authors' own lives, in "The Heroine's Bookshelf: Life's Lessons from Jane Austen to Laura Ingalls Wilder.

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