"The early 1800s were as radical in their uptake of technology as the 21st century in our uptake of technology,” Hemingway said, prior to giving a reading from his newest work, “The Marriage of Miss Jane Austen,” at the Wilsonville Public Library Dec. 6. “There is a parallel, and there’s an excitement in that period and a transformative kind of energy in that period that’s very similar to what we’re going through now.”
A local article focuses on Eugene-based writer Collins Hemingway, author of the new book, The Marriage of Miss Jane Austen. Hemingway, a former Microsoft businessman who majored in English, connects modern technology with Jane Austen's time:
The entire article is available to read at http://portlandtribune.com/wsp/134-news/285206-161620-marrying-microsoft-and-jane-austen
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