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Strong Wills, Strong Quills: Comparing Austen, Travers and Fielding

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Kensington Central Library

12 Phillimore Walk

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W8 7RX

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Jane Austen wrote in the 1800s, PL Travers wrote in the 1900s, and Helen Fielding wrote in the 2000s.

Each writer experienced their different yet similar challenges facing women (and writers) today.

This talk by Amber Raney-Kincade looks at a key heroine of each writer and offers a comparative discussion.

Amber, the American tour guide in London, has researched Emma, Mary Poppins and Bridget Jones for her walks, and has found similarities to be fascinating!

Join this evening's talk in celebration of 200 years since Jane Austen's work first hit the bookshelves.


Amber Raney-Kincade splits her year between tour guiding and marketing consultant. She is a qualified guide in the City of London, Westminster and Camden.

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