Afternoon Tea with Jane Austen (BRB)

Afternoon Tea with Jane Austen (BRB)

(Adults) Ms. Austen’s first three novels, Sense and SensibilityPride and Prejudice and Mansfield Park are published, and Emma is complete.  She visits us from the autumn of 1815, the most vibrant and hopeful time of her life.  Drawing from her letters, juvenilia, and novels, this 45-minute performance delves into the personal life of one of the most beloved and intriguing novelists of the 19th century.  Jane Austen speaks about her childhood in Steventon, her brothers and beloved sister Cassandra and her writing. Learn about her exotic cousin Eliza, her mentor and friend Madame LeFroy and the loves and losses that shaped her life and informed her perception of the world.  Suitable for both the casual reader of her novels and the most devoted "Janeite". Registration opens May 1, 2017

Date:
Saturday, July 22, 2017
Time:
2:00pm - 3:30pm
Location:
DO NOT USE BRB Meeting Room D, DO NOT USE BRB Meeting Room E, DO NOT USE BRB Meeting Room F
Campus:
Black Road Branch (BRB)
Categories:
Adult Programs
Registration has closed.

Event Organizer

BRB Adult Services

More events like this...