On Sunday, November 13, 2016, at 3.00 p.m. at the Kirby Arts Center at the Lawrenceville School, Professor Anne Waldron Neumann will examine "Pride and Prejudice" for clues as to why Jane Austen fascinates devoted readers and scholars alike. Professor Neumann writes both fiction and non-fiction and has a Ph.D from Johns Hopkins. She has taught English at Johns Hopkins, Ohio State University and Melbourne University in Australia where she lived for 7 years. Selected works include "Should You Read Shakespeare?", "Literature, Pop Culture and Morality" as well as "Reading and Writing with Jane Austen" - a handbook for fiction writers and "Jane Austen: Writing Teacher". Professor Neumann currently lives in Princeton where she teaches creative writing and to add to her considerable talents she is a practiced storyteller.
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