Austen’s world was in a process of transformation, and two leaders of the changes were the church and science.
The Enneagram is a traditional way to describe our motivations and ways we can grow. We find all the Enneagram types in Austen's novels.
Fanny Price, and Jane Eyre, are perfect examples of the "Highly Sensitive Person," or HSP.
What if Pride and Prejudice happened in the Muslim country of Pakistan?
Jane Austen's characters are alive for us. What are their Myers-Briggs types and temperaments?
Which of Jane Austen's characters are introverts, and which are extroverts? What is the difference?
Was Jane Austen a Christian? A brief look at the evidence, with further resources.
Much as I love Jane Austen, there are many other wonderful books out there! Here are some of my favorites, to give you reading ideas for the coming year.
A Zanzibari princess of the 1800s fell in love and abandoned her lovely home to become a German housewife. Her memoirs drew East and West closer together.
Handel's Messiah was very popular in Jane Austen's England. She may have seen it herself in Bath. What objection, though, did some Evangelicals have to it?
"Modern Geology" began during Jane Austen's era. William Smith, self-educated and from humble beginnings, laid the foundations.