Daily Archives: March 31, 2019

All The Little Connections

It does appear as if the human mind is hard-wired to make connections, but given the way that memories are made and habits are formed through the building of neurons and paths between them, it would make perfect sense that … Continue reading

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Book Review: Sanditon

Sanditon, by Jane Austen and Marie Dobbs Sandition, the last and incomplete novel fragment by Jane Austen, presents the Austen scholar with a bit of a mystery.  More obscure than the Watsons, which has been completed at least three different … Continue reading

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Book Review: Jane Austen: A Life

Jane Austen:  A Life, by Carol Shields It is easy to see why people would want to know about the life of Jane Austen, and just as easy to understand why that life is so obscure despite the fact that … Continue reading

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Book Review: Jane Austen: Her Heart Did Whisper

Jane Austen:  Her Heart Did Whisper, by Manuela Santoni It is little surprise that a woman who has written some of the most enduring works of fiction in the English language should attract the attention of those who want to … Continue reading

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