The August Meeting

August 17, 2017

The August meeting is this Saturday, August 19th, at 1.30pm in the Friends’ Lounge of the National Library of Australia. We will be discussing the first volume of Persuasion.

 


The April Meeting

April 18, 2017

The April Meeting is this Saturday, April 22nd, at 1.30pm in the Friends’ Lounge of the National Library of Australia. We will be discussing Northanger Abbey through secondary sources.


Tulip Top Farm visit postponed

September 17, 2016

Please note that due to recent wet weather combined with low numbers able to attend, we have postponed our proposed outing to Tulip Top Farm on Saturday 17th September. There will therefore be no JASACT meeting on this day, but we aim to reconvene our tiptoeing through the tulips to a date in the very near future. Watch this space.


September 2015 meeting

September 18, 2015
Jane Austen's desk with quill

Austen’s desk, Chawton. (Courtesy: Monster @ flickr.com)

The September meeting will be held this Saturday, September 19th, at 1.30pm in the Friends’ Lounge of the National Library of Australia.

We will be discussing Austen’s use of letters in her novels.

Remember to bring a quote from one of the six novels (if you want to join our guess-the-quote game!)


August Meeting.

August 10, 2015

The August meeting will be held this Saturday, August 15th, at 1.30pm in the Friends’ Lounge of the National Library of Australia. We will be discussing The Austen Project.


June 2015 Meeting Reminder

June 19, 2015

Our June meeting takes place on Saturday June 20, at 1.30pm, in the National Library of Australia’s Friends’ Lounge. We’ll be discussing secondary sources on Emma, with each member, where possible, reading and sharing with the group a secondary source of her/his choice.

If you can’t find a source, come anyhow, and join the discussion.

See you there.


February Meeting

February 17, 2015

The February meeting is this Saturday, February 21st, at 1.30pm in the Friends’ Lounge of the National Library of Australia. We will be discussing the first volume of Emma, that is Chapters 1-18.