In a world with growing global warming fears, we need to have the courage to address the world’s climate crisis head on.

But how?

How to stop the spread of global warming and slow the impact of climate change?

In a new book, Jane Austen argues that the world is still waiting for a political leader who will act on its concerns.

And she offers a startling conclusion about what that may look like.

The book, entitled Why is The World Not Taking Its Climate Change Seriously?, is the latest in a string of books about the climate crisis.

And it could change the way we understand what’s at stake in this global crisis.

Austen’s first novel, Jane Eyre, set in the English countryside, is the most well-known and influential.

But she has written numerous books, most recently The Lady of Pembroke Park, which explores the impact that the economic downturn has had on the lives of working-class women.

Austens is now 90, and her last novel, The Lady Wuthering Heights, is still published in hardback.

It was a great novel and a very powerful one, but it has never won an award for literature, even though it is a world-class achievement.

The problem with the world We are now living through an epic moment, says Austen.

There is a crisis in the world, and there is an enormous amount of pain.

Auster, who was born in England and raised in America, was raised in a country where her family had been left behind by the economic crisis and poverty.

Austers father, an early settler in the country, died when Austen was only four years old.

“I was the youngest of seven children, and they never had any money,” Austen told Al Jazeera.

“They didn’t have a home.

So when they came to this country, we lived on the streets and on the dirt, in squalid conditions, and then we had to leave.”

After her parents’ death, Austen moved with her older sister and their father to New Jersey where she began writing poetry.

But the poverty she experienced, as well as the social ostracism she experienced as a young girl, made her determined to write fiction.

“At that time, I was very much interested in the human condition,” Austens said.

“My writing had this strong moral aspect to it.”

After working as a schoolgirl, Austens began writing a novel set in New Jersey and New York City.

In The Ladywuthering, she begins a series of short stories and then writes an entire novel.

Austern’s next novel, Uncle Tom’s Cabin, was published in 1960 and is a critical and commercial success.

It is the only novel to win a National Book Award, a Pulitzer Prize and a World Book Prize.

But Austen felt that Uncle Tom was not the kind of novel that appealed to the general public, so she switched to the American literary scene.

“When I started writing novels, I felt like I was on a mission,” she said.

Austener continued writing novels for years, and in the 1970s, she was hired to write a series about the lives and experiences of two women who lived in the Victorian era.

The LadyWuthering has sold more than 300 million copies worldwide.

“The story is told in a way that’s really quite unique,” Austening said.

It tells a story about the rise of women, and it tells a woman’s story.

Austeners husband died at the age of 87 in 2003.

But when Austens turned over her novel to a publisher, the publisher told her she had only been writing for two years.

“It was so shocking that the publisher had said that I had only written two years, so it felt like the story was written in two months,” Austened said.

The novel was published by Penguin Random House, but the publisher decided not to give it a bestseller rating.

“In the end, I think they thought that the book was not good enough, so they decided to not give it the bestseller, which is a really difficult thing to do in publishing,” Austern said.

That decision led to a backlash.

“A lot of people started reading the book and it became a cult classic,” Auster said.

Her book was adapted into the film adaptation of Uncle Tom.

“That film was so good and so good at the time that people started wanting to see it again, and that made it a lot easier to get a movie made,” Austerman said.

And Austen is still doing a film about the life of her husband, Auster and her family, as part of the The Lady at the End of the Lane project, which aims to make a film of Austen as a woman.

Austening’s writing career in the 1980s and 1990s had a long, illustrious career.

She was nominated for a National Magazine Award for fiction in 1988 and received a Pulitzer in 1991. She won a