- Jane Austen’s World has acquired a few more links. Under Original Sources find new links to The Night Coach, P 570 – 573, Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine, Volume XVIII, July – December, 1825 and The Complete Servant: Being a Guide to All Servants, Samuel and Sara Adams, Fifty Years Servants in Different Families, p. 557 – 569, Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine, Volume XVIII, July – December, 1825
- I’ve also finished migrating all but one set of links to the blogrolls in the side bar. You will now find the following categories: Jane Austen Today (which leads to my old blog), British Links, Food & Cookery, and Jane Austen & Regency Links.
About my old blog:
I have decided to revamp my first Jane Austen blog and turn it into an entertainment, Jane fan, and media blog. From October on, it will be known as Jane Austen Today. Knowing that an excellent blog of this nature already exists in Austen Blog, mine will remain largely personal, featuring posts of my reviews of all books, movies, and objects about Jane Austen that find their way into my house, and my interviews with the authors, actors, and directors whose media reps have contacted me.
As a reminder, my blogs are vanity blogs. They are personal “labors of love” and I do not generate an income from them. My opinions are not necessarily based on scholarly or learned observation. As Rebecca of Old Grey Pony so astutely implied: Your grade is at risk if you copy my material verbatim. Please do your own research, but feel free to access the original sources sitting in my top tabs. The words, thoughts, and ideas of Jane Austen’s contemporaries are guaranteed to impress your professors.