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Hero 9 - Jane Bennet (Pride and Prejudice)

Okay, so I know a pretty lady in 19th century England isn’t exactly what we think of when talking about heroes.

But Jane Bennet was a lot more than just a pretty lady in 19th century England. 242 more words

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"first impressions." jane austen's pride & prejudice.

so i read austen in high school, of course.  and every time i return to her novels, i have forgotten how funny (read:  witty & sarcastic) they are.   1,192 more words

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Jane Austen Faith Word: Candour, and Jane Bennet

“But to be candid . . . —to take the good of everybody’s character and make it still better, and say nothing of the bad—belongs to you alone.”—Elizabeth Bennet to her sister Jane in Jane Austen’s… 1,417 more words

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Jane is Engaged

Saturday, September 26, 1812

I’ve heard the best news today! My beloved sister Jane is engaged to Mr. Bingley at last. It is the best match I’ve ever seen–both are so sweet and suited for each other perfectly. 60 more words


An over-labelled diagram drawn from readings and process development of mapping exercises. I feel that ‘relationships’ is a constant throughout, that what happens between ‘things’ (used loosely to describe anything from people, a building, an object, a living thing, something) is being explored. 187 more words


Book Review: Pride and Prejudice

So many people have told me to read this book, but I continued to refuse. I’d read other works by Jane Austen—Emma and Sense and Sensibility—and did not like them, so I figured I wouldn’t like Pride and Prejudice. 161 more words


Justice in July- Captain Wentworth, created equal?

Last week, I discussed Jane Bennet finding independence and if she “deserved” better treatment than Bingley gave her. A friend, who is admittedly protective of Bingley, asked if I would ask the same thing of Captain Wentworth. 1,168 more words

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