These flower arrangements represent socially regimented ideas of appropriate behavior factored in Austen’s work. The combination of typography, flower species and the arrangement itself should translate each one of the heroines personalities.
Emma Woodhouse, is a precocious and rich twenty-year-old who imagines herself to be naturally gifted in conjuring love matches.
Elizabeth is Austen’s most beloved heroine, frank and fearless in her opinions.
Elinor is one of Austen’s most misunderstood heroines. Seen through the lens of modern sensibilities she is perceived as repressed.
Influenced by Gothic novels, the cover reflects ancient manor houses, dark secrets, and an atmosphere of suspense and terror. The keys are a symbol of Jane Eyre’s life, the places where she felt prisoner and the great secret of the book, locked in a tower.