JASNA-Vermont ~ Annual Jane Austen Birthday Tea! ~ December 2, 2018

You are Cordially Invited to JASNA-Vermont’s December 2018 Meeting

 ~ The Annual Jane Austen Birthday Tea! ~

 

In celebration of the Bicentenary of Persuasion (1818)

Anna Battigelli*

“Landscapes and Soundscapes in Jane Austen’s Narratives”

How does Jane Austen convince us that we are sharing the experience of an individual immersed in society? In part, she does so by showing us what that individual overhears and sees. This talk examines Austen’s narrative technique for its construction of rich and compelling representations of inner life through soundscapes and landscapes.

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Sunday, December 2, 2018, 1 – 4:00 p.m.

Champlain College
Morgan Room, Aiken Hall
83 Summit St. Burlington VT** 

$35 / person ~ $30 / JASNA Members ~ $10 / student

Registration & advance payment required! ~ Register by 21 Nov 2018! 

December Tea flier: Dec 2018 flier-Tea-Battigelli
Registration form: Dec Tea 2018-Reservation form

Email: JasnaVtRegion [at] gmail [dot] com

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*Anna Battigelli is a Professor of English at SUNY Plattsburgh and the author of Margaret Cavendish and the Exiles of the Mind. She co-edited with Laura M. Stevens a double issue of Tulsa Studies in Literature on “Eighteenth-Century English Women and Catholicism.” Her edited collection of essays, Art and Artifact in Jane Austen’s Novels and Early Writing, based on the “Jane Austen and the Arts” conference she hosted at SUNY Plattsburgh in 2017, will be published in 2019.

**Aiken Hall is located at 83 Summit Street. #16 on Map: https://www.champlain.edu/Documents/Admissions/Undergraduate%20Admissions/Campus-Map.pdf – Park on the street or in any College designated parking lot during the event.

Please join us for an Afternoon of Tea and Jane Austen!

One thought on “JASNA-Vermont ~ Annual Jane Austen Birthday Tea! ~ December 2, 2018

  1. Hi Deb. I have got some very nice Darjeeling and Assam teas from India you could make a brew with to pour into those cups. The theme of this talk reminds me of reading Virginia Woolf. Hope you and Starr are well? Tony

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