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Getting Shirty: The Sequel

So when I saw square cutting on the timetable for week 2, I assumed it was something I’d never done before. Turns out I have… 456 more words

Regency Resurrection

Ever read Jane Austin and grinned at the lost language found within?  I have.   With that in mind, I’m lobbying to resurrect the Regency Era in writing. 68 more words

Writing

My name is Imogen, and I am a bibliophile

“The person, be it gentleman or lady, who has not pleasure in a good novel, must be intolerably stupid.”
― Jane Austen

This may seem a little harsh, and perhaps it is, but the lady has a point: for me the desire to read and learn is something innate and unchanging and those that don’t revel in the excitement of a good book absolutely baffle me. 263 more words

Austenland

At first, I couldn’t get into Austenland. Jane was too obsessed with Mr. Darcy which was a harsh reminder of my “enduring love” of… 87 more words

Reading Material

Chatsworth House, Derbyshire

I am sure you neglect nothing that can add to the beauties of that noble place. Charles, when you build your house, I wish it may be half as delightful as Pemberley. 678 more words

England

What Happened to Mr. Darcy?

Growing up my mind was filled with visions of the future, and by the time I was eight I had a pretty clear goal. I would meet the man of dreams by the time I was sixteen, we would finish high-school together, go to the same college, and of course, get married, living happily ever after.  957 more words

Jane Austen

A Proposal of Marriage? Yes? No? Maybe?

“You were good enough in your last to say that I might write “soon” – but you did not add often – I have therefore to apologise for again intruding on your time – to say nothing of patience. 575 more words

Lady Byron