Trollope On Austen

In this look at Jane Austen, the writer Joanna Trollope shows how the jostling for partners, property and power which imbue Austen's novels are as much a result of her own biography as a reflection of her time.

And she demonstrates that there is a much darker side to her favourite author than is usually acknowledged.

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In this look at Jane Austen, the writer Joanna Trollope shows how the jostling for partners, property and power which imbue Austen's novels are as much a result of her own biography as a reflection of her time.

And she demonstrates that there is a much darker side to her favourite author than is usually acknowledged.

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In this look at Jane Austen, the writer Joanna Trollope shows how the jostling for partners, property and power which imbues Austen's novels is as much a result of her own biography as a reflection of her time. And she demonstrates that there is a much darker side to her favourite author than is usually acknowledged.

In this look at Jane Austen, the writer Joanna Trollope shows how the jostling for partners, property and power which imbue Austen's novels are as much a result of her own biography as a reflection of her time.

And she demonstrates that there is a much darker side to her favourite author than is usually acknowledged.

In this look at Jane Austen, the writer Joanna Trollope shows how the jostling for partners, property and power which imbue Austen's novels are as much a result of her own biography as a reflection of her time. And she demonstrates that there is a much darker side to her favourite author than is usually acknowledged.

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