An early review of Mansfield Park and other novels shows Austen's Christian perspective, giving lessons by natural, entertaining, moral examples and not by preaching.
Thomas Rowlandson's satirical cartoon, The Parsonage, shows one stereotype of the clergy in Austen's England.
What if Henry Crawford had "done as he ought"? How would Mansfield Park have turned out? Amelia Marie Logan explores this possibility in a delightful variation.
Science and scientists in Jane Austen's time were very different than they are today. Four men helped to transform how science was seen and practiced.
What does Jane Austen have to say about gratitude and thankfulness?
A popular cartoon of Austen's time exposes some of the problems of the church and clergy in Austen's England.
Do you feel trapped right now? Maria Bertram also felt trapped, in Mansfield Park. What happened when she tried to escape?
Fanny Price, and Jane Eyre, are perfect examples of the "Highly Sensitive Person," or HSP.
What spiritual advice did Jane Austen's father give to his son?
Austen and her characters worshiped using a liturgy, The Book of Common Prayer. What is it like to read those prayers daily?