My Number 1 Top 10 Jane Austen Inspired Holiday Gift for 2008 is..

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Jane Austen’s England 2009 Calendar

 Jane Austen's England 2009 Calendar - AustenPress

Featuring more than 80 beautiful and inspiring photographs of Jane Austen’s England taken by author Lori Smith during her journey while she researched her book A Walk with Jane Austen. She covered every significant place that touched Jane Austen’s life including… 

  • St. Nicholas Church in Steventon
  • Chawton Cottage where Jane wrote or edited all the books
  • Chawton House, her brother Edward’s estate
  • Mrs. Austen & Cassandra’s graves
  • Stoneleigh Abbey, Mrs. Austen’s family’s ancestral home, which resembles Northanger Abbey
  • Views from the top of Box Hill, where Emma’s picnic takes place
  • No. 8 College Street in Winchester, where Jane died
  • Jane’s grave in Winchester Cathedral
  • Godmersham Park, Edward’s estate in Kent
  • Roman Baths and the Royal Circus in Bath
  • Assembly Rooms building in Bath
  • Bath Abbey
  • St. John’s College in Oxford where George, James and Henry studied
  • Granny’s Teeth steps from Persuasion, the Cobb and beach at Lyme Regis
  • Lyme Park, which served as Pemberley in the 1995 BBC version of Pride & Prejudice
  • Chatsworth House, which served as Pemberley in the 2005 Focus Features version of Pride & Prejudice

Also included are significant dates in Jane Austen’s, her families and characters lives for you to follow along and remember during the year. The calendar is printed on lovely cover stock in a stunning 10.4 x 13 inch size (20.8 x 26 when open) and available online through AustenPress at $21.99. Quantites are limited, so do not hesitate to order today to guarantee that you will be well informed and in touch with Jane Austen’s England in 2009.

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