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FOREVER AUSTEN: Jane Austen’s Prevailing and Perpetual Prose

IT IS A TRUTH UNIVERSALLY ACKNOWLEDGED, THAT A SINGLE MAN IN POSSESSION OF A GOOD FORTUNE, MUST BE IN WANT OF A WIFE.”

—Pride and Prejudice,

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Romantic Friday

This week we bring you updates on video games, online feminism, puppets, neologisms, artwork, and much more! 62 more words

Do Not Believe Everything You Read (In Gothic Literature): How Jane Austen’s Northanger Abbey Exposes the Excess of the Gothic

Originally published 1 April 2014.

It is not uncommon for an author to use his or her work as a medium to impart a valuable lesson unto his or her readers. 1,887 more words

Academic Essays

First entry, done!

“There is nothing I would not do for those who are really my friends. I have no notion of loving people by halves, it is not my nature.” 363 more words

Becoming Janeite

30 Day Book Challenge | Day 7

MOST UNDERRATED BOOK

Everyone’s favorite Jane Austen book is Pride & Prejudice. I haven’t seen many people mention Northanger Abbey on blogs or BookTube. It definitely deserves more credit than it gets. 17 more words

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The flame that has burned for centuries: How the fireplace has evolved through time

Here’s the next article for my series on the Bio Fires Blog!

What comes to your mind when you think of a fireplace? Would it be a huge stone wood-burning alcove set against a brick wall? 709 more words

Rereading Austen: Lizzie Bennet Is A Great Reader

“Do you prefer reading to cards?” said he; “that is rather singular.”

“Miss Eliza Bennet,” said Miss Bingley, “despises cards. She is a great reader and has no pleasure in anything else.” 2,119 more words