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Lucy Worsley visits the Audible Studios to talk about her new book, Jane Austen at Home.

Lucy is a historian, an author, a TV presenter and chief curator at Historic Royal Palaces. She has fronted programmes including The First Georgians: The German Kings Who Made Britain and A Very British Romance, and she copresented Dancing Cheek to Cheek: An Intimate History of Dance. Her latest book, Jane Austen at Home, is a new telling of the story of Jane's life which shows us how and why she lived as she did, examining the places and spaces that mattered to her.

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I enjoyed this short listen to Lucy Worsley<br />

I especially loved that she stated that her favorite way to enjoy Jane Austen's books was to LISTEN to them.

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evasive ; (

As exciting as it is to find an interview with an expert like Dr. Worsley, the feeling was short lived as the interview itself. Simple, human, and particularly fan-based questions were evaded with pretty obvious, however skillful, non-answers (such as who would be in her opinion, a perfect reader.)
Gratitude still to Robin Morgan for the effort.

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  • Aryeh Kahn
  • 04-08-18

fun and interesting

Good presenter and good interviewee and good subject. An easy listen. Lucy Worsley is always fun and knowledgeable and a little of her cheekiness comes through.