‘By the Seaside with Sanditon’ begins next Monday, March 15th

 

Put on your best seabathing costume Janeites

the Sanditon event starts next Monday 

 

Our next Austen novel-athon ‘By the Seaside with Sanditon’ begins here at Austenprose next Monday, March 15th, 2010.  Here is the schedule for the event: 

Day 1 – Monday March 15th:  Introduction to Sanditon and character list

Day 2 – Tuesday March 16th: Discussion of Sanditon chapters 1-4

Review of The Watsons and Sandition, by Jane Austen (Naxos AudioBooks)

Day 3 – Wednesday March 17th: Guest blog on Regency-era seaside resorts by Julie of AustenOnly

Day 4 – Thursday March 18th: Discussion of Sanditon chapters 5-8

On the Trail of Sanditon: The History of the Manuscript

Day 5 – Friday March 19th: Guest blog by Mandy N. on Regency-era seaside fashions

Day 6 – Saturday March 20th: Discussion of Sanditon chapters 9-12

Review of Sanditon, by Jane Austen (Hesperus Press)

Day 7 – Sunday March 21st: Sanditon continuation resources

Day 8 – Monday March 22nd: Event wrap-up

Saturday March 27th – Event giveaway announcements 

For all those participating in the group read (and I hope it will be well attended) discussion on chapters 1-4 begins Tuesday.  Reading resources are listed here.

Don’t miss out on all the great reading, discussion

and fun giveaways starting March 15th 

 Leeches at three. Bring your green parasol! 

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8 thoughts on “‘By the Seaside with Sanditon’ begins next Monday, March 15th

  1. We’re just reading the fragment, right? As in only the chapters written by Jane? I have the “Another Lady” completion and figure this would be a good way to start it :)

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    • Hi Trai, the group read and event are for Sanditon, Jane Austen’s fragment. I am planning on reading the continuation by Another Lady the following week and reviewing it, so this great timing for you. I look forward to your comments.

      Cheers, Laurel Ann

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