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Chawton House, nel paese di Jane Austen una biblioteca al femminile

“Durante il viaggio in carrozza, Elizabeth stette a spiare con un certo turbamento il primo apparire dei boschi di Pemberly; e quando infine furono in vista del castello, il suo animo fu pervaso da una grande agitazione. 426 more words

11/21/14 - Take what's on the table

Hi folks!  Some exciting news. I have been cast in and accepted a role in the Actor’s Co-Op Theatre production of Pride and Prejudice.

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Chapter 1 Part 6 - Born to be a Heroine

Ch 1 Part 6 – Born To Be A Heroine

No one who met with Cat Morland when she was a baby would have thought she was born a heroine; she was small, tomboyish, and enjoyed nothing more than playing in the outdoors. 1,096 more words

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Book 67: Will Grayson, Will Grayson - John Green & David Levithan

I’m not sure how David Levithan went so far under my radar for so long. Seriously, I’ve read two books by him (with a third on my shelf) and I’ve seriously enjoyed both and it doesn’t hurt I pronounce his name Leviathan no matter how many times I read it.   1,135 more words


Review - Persuasion by Jane Austen

I have to be honest with you. I’m smitten and I’m in a moral dilemma because I don’t know who to prefer. I always thought Mr Darcy to be the most wonderful gentleman of all and then there comes Captain Wentworth who is just as perfect. 249 more words


November 21 1814: A Very Pretty Thing

I have for first time looked into Pride & Prejudice & it is really a very pretty thing.— William Gifford, Nov 21 1814 pic.twitter.com/Xg5cz5zYoD

— 1814now (@1814now) …

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Part II: The Guy That Beat Them All

Just as modern women admire and respect Lizzy Bennet, we also love to swoon over the forthright, gentlemanly, and dare I say dashing, Fitzwilliam Darcy. He’s aloof, critical, and broodingly enigmatic, which only makes us love him more. 514 more words

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