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Jane Austen on the Big Screen: The Austen in Autumn Film Festival

A good story is malleable. It doesn’t necessarily matter if it’s told in a book or a movie or by the campfire with the accompaniment of a jangly guitar. And Jane Austen wrote some of the best stories ever, so it’s … Continue reading

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Jane Still Reigns during Austen in Autumn at Mentor Library

Her novels still influence movies, television, books and, most importantly, people’s lives; so—nearly 200 years after she wrote her last story—Mentor Public Library is welcoming everyone to meet Jane Austen this autumn. The library is hosting a series of programs … Continue reading

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Local filmmakers can compete in Austen-influenced film contest

It may be nearly 200 years since Jane Austen wrote anything, but her stories still resonate today. That’s why we’re celebrating Austen in Autumn this September and October at Mentor Public Library. That’s also why you can transport Emma to Beverly … Continue reading

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Know Poe Film Festival Begins Tonight

Want to see a movie but don’t feel like spending money? Watch one on us. Our Know Poe Film Festival begins with a free screening of The Pit and the Pendulum at 7 p.m. today at the Atlas Cinemas at Great … Continue reading

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Get to Know Poe this July at Mentor Library

Mentor Public Library is dedicating the month of July to the inventor of the horror genre and detective novel, to an author who mastered both verse and prose, one of the most important writers ever—Edgar Allan Poe. There will be … Continue reading

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