Friday Link Up

Why it wasn't polite to puff in Regency England - Cambridge Network

From King Alfred to Jane Austen: a historical tour of Winchester - History Extra

Lyme Park in Cheshire closed after 'significant' flood damage - The Guardian

50 great audiobooks to listen to this summer - The Irish Times

3 Books I've Given as Wedding Gifts - Book Riot

Despite Being a Best-Selling Author, Jane Austen Was Paid Very Little - Jezebel

The Words Pride and Prejudice Had Slightly Different Meanings in Jane Austen's Time - Mental Floss

Toni Morrison, Celebrated Novelist of 'Beloved' and Nobel Laureate, Dies at 88 - ETonline  (Morrison was a Janeite)

Sonam Kapoor: 'Aisha' was a crazy adventure - Times of India

Why am I so obsessed with 'Pride and Prejudice'? A personal quest - Datebook, SF Chronicle

How I failed my Oxbridge interview - and why I'm glad I did - The Telegraph

Hampshire home in Jane Austen's former village is now for sale - House Beautiful

Jane Austen's England: 10 ways to follow in her footsteps at Bath - USA Today

10 British Period Movies to Watch While You Wait for the Downtown Abbey Movie - Parade

These Classic Books Are Surprisingly Fresh - and They're Free - lifehacker

Jane Austen was shockingly underpaid compared to other authors of her era - Vox

10 Literary Destinations Every Book Lover Should Visit At Least Once - Forbes

20 classics every American should read, according to English professors - USA Today

Bronte binge, anyone? BBC records unabridged classics - The Times

SANDITON Trailer Brings Jane Austen's Unfinished Novel to Life - Nerdist

National Trust's Lyme Park reopens after deluge damage - BBC

A Fancy New Edition of Pride and Prejudice is Coming This Fall - Mental Floss

Lords & Ladies: The 15 Best Shows to Stream If You Love BBC Period Dramas - Yahoo Lifestyle

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