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Emma: Jane Austen

I’ve talked before about how I adore Pride & Prejudice, and how for a long time, it was the only Austen I had read. Then I read… 386 more words


ContempConvos: Emma (Miss Print) on YA Coming of Age stories

Written by: Emma (Miss Print)

Before I get to the books I wanted to take a minute to talk about what, to me, “coming of age” really means in a contemporary story. 1,672 more words

Contemporary Conversations

Once Upon a Time - Darkness on the Edge of Town - Review (Spoilers)

“Once Upon a Time,” finally came back on Sunday. The second half to this season is going to be a battle between Rumple and the Queens of Darkness (“villains”) and the residents of Storybook (“heroes”). 1,167 more words



Oh poor George Knightley. Well, not poor (almost all of the people we are dealing with here are some form affluent), but still.  My mind kept wandering to him as I lean over my keyboard to deal with Jane Austen’s… 985 more words

My Horrid Wednesday

Today started of well, I woke up just a few minutes before Emma did and I decided that I should probably have a little bit of fun so I tickled her awake (she wasn’t happy about it at all to be honest) She always takes a lot longer to come around. 629 more words


For teachers, Austen program offers 3 R's: Reading, writing and ... Regency

By Jennifer Abella

For teachers, summer is a time they can continue their own education.

The Jane Austen Summer Program aims to make it easy for teachers to attend the four-day symposium: K-12 educators can register for $250 or they can apply for scholarships. 569 more words

The year's at the spring

Spend some time yesterday evening trying to think of intelligent and inspiring answer to Woman’s Hour request for The One Piece of Advice You’d Give Your Daughter.   166 more words