We’re celebrating Jane Austen on this, the day of her death, with a bevy of posts about her work and legacy. See all the posts here.
It’s an all Jane, all day edition of Fetish!
Emma Locket: Where I ask?
Know Your Own Happiness Tee: For the Sense and Sensibility fans in the crowd.
Austen Saint Candle: Pray to the ultimate Saint Jane.
Northanger Abbey Alphabet Print: From A to Z, Northanger Abbey is unforgettable.
Keep Calm Tee: Mrs. Bennett is everyone’s favorite nervous mother.
No Enjoyment Like Reading Socks: Perfect for #socksunday. Do it for the ‘gram.
Watercolor Book Stack: Pair those socks with this Pride & Prejudice print.
Persuasion Necklace: Half agony, half hope.
Jane Austen Library Candle: Smells like what you want 19th century country living to smell like. (Not what it actually probably smelled like.)
Obstinate Tote: Insult? Or battle cry? (I’m going with battle cry.)
What are Men Sticker: Who needs a dude when you have nature and places to get dirty? Totally what Jane meant by this, right?
Sense & Sensibility Scarf: Great for turning on your heels indignantly.
Jane Austen Location Tote: Forget Darcy. I want to go to Pemberley. And all the other fictional places. Road trip?
Pride and Prejudice Rocks Glass: You know Lizzy would’ve been a whiskey drinker.
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- Giveaway: Jane Austen Penguin Clothbound Editions!
- From Pemberley to Trump Tower: Jane Austen Quotes Meet Trump Tweets
- The Queerness of Emma
- Literary Tourism: Jane Austen-Themed Destinations
- Don’t Dismiss Jane Austen as a Writer of “Silly Things”
- PRIDE AND PREJUDICE Adaptations, Ranked
- 6 Classic and Contemporary Jane Austen Readalikes by Authors of Color
- Who Jane Read, Who Read Jane: Austen’s Readers and Favorite Books
- A Perfect Pastiche: Mary Robinette Kowal’s GLAMOURIST HISTORIES