Continuing Jane's visit to Oahu as part of Sourcebooks' promotion, Around the World with Jane Austen:
In the June memoir, All Roads Lead to Austen, the author Amy Elizabeth Smith took Jane Austen’s works along with her as she traveled to foreign countries. Her goal was to see if the magic of Jane Austen could hold its power across borders, languages and cultures.
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|Jane takes the waters at Hickam Beach ....|
|Jane admires the the Hawaiian State Flag, |
which honors the connection between
the Kingdom of Hawaii and Great Britain.
|Jane is glad that the Air Force |
warns impertinent young ladies,
like Louisa Musgrove, of its danger.
|Jane can rescue Louisa should she jump into the water!|
|A castle that Catherine Morland would not find Gothic!|
|An anchor worthy of Captain Wentworth!|
What do you like to do at the beach? One randomly selected commenter from this week's blogs wins a book choice from my convention stash. This giveaway is open to all readers. Comments are open through Saturday, May 19, 10 pm in Hawaii. I'll post the winner on Sunday, May 20.
Kim in Hawaii
|Mrs. Bennet would have vapors to see |
any young lady posing with a savage statue!