A series of six historical novels explore exciting events in the church of Austen's England.
Jane Austen's Bath was full of places of worship. Which ones might Austen (and her characters) have attended and known?
Austen and her characters worshiped using a liturgy, The Book of Common Prayer. What is it like to read those prayers daily?
Evangelicals in the Church of England set out to reform the manners, or moral behavior, of a whole country. Did they succeed?
Clergymen in Austen's England usually studied at Oxford or Cambridge. What did they study, and how was their system different from American universities today?
How much do you know about churches and chapels in Austen's novels, and in her world?
Why were curates in Austen's England poor and despised?
What was the worldview that shaped Jane Austen's life and writings?
How much do you know about clergymen in Austen's England, like Mr. Collins and Edmund Bertram?
A Country Parson's Everyday Life