Jane Austen Society of Australia
Links: Jane Austen
Jane Austen websites
The Republic of Pemberley
"Your haven in a world programmed to misunderstand obsession with things
Jane Austen Information Page
Henry Churchyard's comprehensive site. The best Austen site on the Web.
Jane Austen's House Museum
Jane Austen's House is a pleasant seventeenth century house in the pretty village of
Chawton in Hampshire not far from her birthplace of Steventon. The museum houses an
attractive collection of items connected with Jane and her family including the table that
she used to write her novels. This site has maps of how to get there.
Chawton House Library
The Chawton Great House and its landscape (just a short walk from Jane's
own Chawton cotttage and which she knew well) are being restored by a British educational
charity, Chawton House Library, to be the future home of the Centre for the Study of Early
English Womens Writing (1600-1830) and a unique collection of rare books currently
housed in the USA.
Jane Austen Places
The best, most succinct page so far of photographs of Jane Austen's homes and final
Jane Austen was a regular visitor to Godmersham in the early years of the nineteenth
century because her brother Edward owned Godmersham Park. Between 1805 and 1813, Jane
stayed often at Godmersham Park and would have regularly attended the St Lawrence the
Martyr Church, Godmersham.
A Guide to the Jane Austen Collection
A guide to the Henry and Alberta Hirshheimer Burke Collection of a variety of sources
that recreate the late eighteenth and early nineteenth-century world of Jane Austen and
the Prince Regent. From the Julia Rogers Library, Goucher College, Baltimore, Maryland,
Hampshire ~ The Inspirational Home of Jane Austen
The Hampshire County Councils Jane Austen pages. Good pictures of Austen country.
The Jane Austen Centre in Bath
Created with the guidance of local members of the Jane Austen Society (UK) and
authorities on Jane Austen, the Centre aims to be not only informative but exciting and
illuminating. With knowledgeable staff, books and leaflets available, it makes the perfect
starting point to an exploration of Jane Austen's Bath.
Jane Austen's Bath
Photographs and maps in a guide to the City of Bath as Jane Austen knew it. From the
Bath Tourist Bureau.
The Museum of Costume, Bath
There are no dresses belonging to Jane Austen in the museum, but she visited the
Assembly Rooms (in which the Museum is now housed) on many occasions. See, particularly,
the Evening Dress, circa 1804
James Dawe's Jane Austen Page
A good page for information and graphics from the film and television adaptations of
The American Society of Jane Austen Scholars
Graduate students and faculty concerned about the tenor of commentary on Jane Austen.
This site also contains the text of four of the 60 numbers of James and Henry Austen's
journal The Loiterer (first published in 1789).
The Jane Austen Quilt
The previous site for this link has moved to parts unknown!. See JASA's own page -- the Jane Austen patchwork quilt, and how it is constructed.
Janeites? Yep Janeites a discussion list established in 1998 by a small
group who wanted to discuss the works of Jane Austen and her contemporaries to get a feel
for Regency and Georgian literature and the times.
The Austen Blog
Jane Austen societies
Sydney, New South Wales (NSW)
Blue Mountains (NSW)
Rod Pyne 02 4751 4774
Southern Highlands (NSW)
New England (NSW)
Brenda Groom, Karoola, Guyra NSW 2365
Brisbane, Queensland (QLD)
Canberra, Australian Capital Territory (ACT)Sarah Ailwood
Melbourne, Victoria (VIC)
The Jane Austen Society of Melbourne
Perth, Western Australia (WA)
The Jane Austen Society of the UK
The Jane Austen Society of North America
Buenos Aires, Argentina
The Jane Austen Society of Buenos Aires (JASBA)
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