Contributed by: Elena Oderstone Published: 11/10/2017 Article Themes: Classic Literature, Jane Austen, Shakespeare, T. S. Eliot
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Contributed by: Victoria Cleland Published: 10/10/2017 Comment Themes: Jane Austen, whyLiteratureMatters
Victoria Cleland, Chief Cashier, Bank of England, on the new Jane Austen banknote
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