Despite the critical backlash, Persuasion largely persuades

In Opinion by Michael Rae

Can an unmarried woman become a guide to romance? It certainly appears so with Jane Austen (1775–1817), spinster author of sharp, witty novels of manners set in early 19th-century England, who has become something of a belated authority on navigating the rocky shores of modern romance. Continue Reading…

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