About this session

Join Dr Lynda Morgan, an experienced Open University lecturer and tutor, for this stimulating session through centuries of literature.

We will examine the novels of Jane Austen, considering the context of prose writings that preceded her, and discussing innovations that her writing brought to the novel form. It will also examine themes that are central to her work: judgement, morality and manners.

This session will be relevant to A334 students studying Pride and Prejudice and Persuasion, but it doesn't rely on knowledge of A334 and will be relevant to anyone with a general interest in Austen. Extracts from the novels for discussion will all be provided onscreen.

For further details and tickets:

Jane Austen: Novel Writings - context and innovation Tickets, Sat 13 Apr 2024 at 10:00 | Eventbrite

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