It’s “Twitter” Mr Darcy said Miss Austen
Shortly before moving to the restorative peace of Chawton Cottage in Hampshire, Jane Austen wrote a scathing letter to her publisher after waiting six years for a response to her manuscript for Susan- later called Northanger Abbey. Posting pseudonymously as Mrs Ashton Dennis, using the Twitter handle @MAD she confided to her friend (and unwittingly several thousand readers) #GenteelSeethingRage How extraordinary- a way to end my obscurity and isolation not to mention exposing the carelessness in every sense, of my erstwhile publishers- Crosby & Co, London. I love Twitter!
The Jane Austen and the Penguin range of cards are printed in Oxfordshire on a smooth Incada Silk FSC approved board produced in the UK. They are packaged in a recycled cello bag with a smart white envelope.
The cards are blank inside. Size: 150 X 150mm