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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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Justice in July- The Independence of Jane Bennet

In January, I examined Jane Fairfax and Jane Bennet. In the series, I argued that both Janes had inconstant lovers, a reputation as Miss Perfect, and secondary heroines. 1,169 more words

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Jane AustenĀ“s World, part 2

This spring has been hectic but so much fun! Last time I introduced the exhibition we have been working on. Today we are taking a look at the Bennets! 489 more words

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Pride And Prejudice Character Review: Caroline Bingley

*Warning: This post contains spoilers about Pride and Prejudice. Read at your own risk if you are unfamiliar with the book.

There is something to be said about a well written, human character. 359 more words


Mr. Darcy's Bluestocking Bride- Chapter Three

I was sick this weekend and away the first half of the week so I’m behind on posting here. Sorry!

My Darling Niece,

You must not let the words of some prejudice and vain people make you feel insecure. 3,509 more words

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Mr. Darcy's Bluestocking Bride- Chapter Two

To clear up a few questions: Darcy’s relationship to his aunt is explained in this chapter and I also wanted to go over peerage rules. 3,772 more words

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