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|Course:||Jane Austen and Music|
|Tutor:||Dr Danielle Grover|
|Start Date:||9th April 2019|
|End Date:||11th April 2019|
|Res Fee (from):||£343.00|
|Non Res Fee:||£235.00 What's included?|
Jane Austen enjoyed Music as well as writing. This course examines the role of music in ‘Pride and Prejudice’, ‘Sense and Sensibility’ and ‘Emma’, considering how Austen uses music to characterize her heroines and create plot diversions. Keen readers are welcome and this course assumes no former study of Music. If you love reading Austen’s fiction and are now curious about her musical side, this is the course for you.
Dr. Danielle Grover completed her doctoral thesis on Jane Austen and other eighteenth-century novelists and has lectured in universities in the UK and in Dublin. In 2008, she spent two months as a Visiting Fellow at Chawton House Library- a site where Austen wrote her major novels. She has had articles published on Jane Austen, has lectured on Austen at international conferences in Australia and in the U.K. For two years, she acted as Reviewer for the Jane Austen Society UK Newsletter. She is currently an English Teacher who, unsurprisingly, loves nothing better than to teach Jane Austen.Back to List
The audience at wonderful Dillington House proved, once more, to be intelligent, informed and engaged with the subject. It is a delight to talk at a place where the thirst for culture and knowledge remains both broad and deep.