15 April 2013
The four-night residential course is the first in Farncombe's series of Jane Austen-related writing holidays that celebrate her bicentenary ...
The four-night residential course is the first in Farncombe's series of Jane Austen-related writing and reading holidays that celebrate her bicentenary
• Celebrating Pride and Prejudice, led by Hazel Jones, starts on 27 May.
• Jane Austen's Library: Reading18th Century Novels, led by Lucien Jenkins, starts on 6 September.
• Who Was Jane Austen?, led by Hazel Jones, starts on 18 October.
Mandy Morrison, programme manager for Farncombe courses, said: 'Jane Austen is one of our most important novelists and has a hugely loyal following. Her stories are still relevant today and many people want to explore her life and works.'
All three courses, which can be booked on a residential or non-residential basis, will be held at Farncombe in the Cotswolds.
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