Jane Austen

What Mansfield Park can tell us about contemporary politics

Small human moments cut across the centuries

For all their admirable dedication, keepers of the Austen flame cannot be so protective

Prepare to be taken to church – this month offers up rich description, promising debuts, and a clerical mystery that manages moral seriousness

It is a satire of modern vanities, not a screw-up

It is a truth universally acknowledged that a long-dead author who is beloved by millions will, eventually, find themselves dragged into controversy

Professor Jeremy Black talks to Graham Stewart about Jane Austen and the social and political world she inhabited

Jeremy Black reviews Jane Austen: Writing, Society, Politics, by Tom Keymer