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Death Comes to Pemberley

P.D. James wrote the novel and it was adapted for television earlier this year. The main plot is, as the title reveals, a murder. Who did it? 697 more words

Tailcoat

It Wasn't My Cup Of Tea

*drinks obscure bioshock infusion vial*

I like to read…

…but historical novels wasn’t exactly my cup of tea. The sentences were too long-winded and the words used (as well as the combination thereof) were… 574 more words

Books

Mr Darcy's Youtube Christmas Calendar!

I love making these trailers – it’s just a short one, but I couldn’t resist, and the snowstorm features in my book! Mr Darcy’s Christmas Calendar is now up on Amazon and available for  55 more words

He Had Me at "Stephens!"

You could say I have Thornton on the brain today. It’s a welcome relief. Ever since London, I have had a massive John Proctor problem. I was so affected by The Crucible experience that until just a couple of weeks ago, I was unable to concentrate on any works of fiction, whether audiobook or written, no matter how much I wanted to. 582 more words

Richard Armitage

blame it on Mr. Darcy

it all happened that fateful day….. when I first laid eyes on  ‘Pride & Prejudice’  all those years ago aged ten. the book was a classic and with too many words beyond my limited vocabulary of that time as a result could not make exact sense of the plot or of the book, but I am stubborn (or so my mother says) it became a challenge for me so read it another time  and then again and again and again till it became a yearly tradition which I still follow at the age of 24. 192 more words

Jane Austen

Sin Orgullo sin Prejuicios ni Puentes

Últimamente  he hecho experimentos con mi mente y me he sometido a películas románticas como The notebook, Orgullo y Prejuicio y Puentes de Madison, todo esto a modo de prueba para evaluar mi permanencia en este club que es muy exigente y continuamente somete a sus miembros a rigurosos exámenes… a veces demasiados. 513 more words

Amor

Class and Convention in Pride and Prejudice

Written in the turn of the nineteenth century, Jane Austen’s famous Pride and Prejudice, can be seen as a criticism of the social conventions, class system and idea of love typical of its period. 988 more words

Writing