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An Invitation to Love Once More

“I can listen no longer in silence. I must speak to you by such means as are within my reach. You pierce my soul. I am half agony, half hope. 240 more words

Mr Darcy was here....

This beautiful house in Lyme Park can be seen from so many angles when you walk around the garden, it reminds me of the BBC TV Series ‘Pride and Prejudice’ every time I visit.   234 more words

Jane Austen

Pride and Prejudice #4

Acquired from: Mum’s bookshelf? From a Penguin Classics millennium boxset edition.

Year published: This edition 1999

Publisher: Penguin Classics

Printer: Clays Ltd St Ives PLC (England) 122 more words

Pride And Prejudice

A Compendium of Women

I would venture to guess that Anon, who wrote so many poems without signing them, was often a woman.

A quotation from Virginia Woolf to introduce the women of… 319 more words

The Art of Beauty: To rouge or not to rouge

Throughout our corpus of nineteenth-century novels, there are numerous references to the transformative power of cosmetics. As well as striving to survive the noxious levels of lead and arsenic in your potions and pastes, you are also tasked with achieving socially acceptable levels of rouging. 470 more words


Pride and Prejudice #3

Acquired from: WHSmith

Year published: 2013

Publisher: Atlantic World

Printer: Printed and bound in China

Number of pages: 151

Looks: A4 sixed book with a large picture as the front cover. 77 more words

Pride And Prejudice

Classic of the Month ft. Northanger Abbey

I’m on an Austen roll you guys!! This is my second (what a roll, amirite) book from her and I liked it! Probably not as much as Persuasion, but still very enjoyable, which is largely thanks to Catherine, who goes off to visit the titular Northanger Abbey while she’s in Bath. 363 more words

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