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My Inner Anthology: Persuasion by Jane Austen

Written by Rachael Norris, 30th December 2020

In this feature we're thinking about which bits of literature – whether that be in the form of poems, novels, essays, or plays – would we like to carry around inside ourselves for future reference.  This week The Reader's Head of Developing Shared Reading Communities, Amanda Brown, recommends a piece from her 'inner anthology' - Persuasion by Jane Austen. Have you read this book? Join in the conversation online using #SharedReading @thereaderorg on InstagramTwitter and Facebook.

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