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A Solider's Heart: A Sense & Sensibility Fan-Fiction Story

By Avellina Balestri

Word Count: 7943

Rating: PG-13 (for blood and sensuality)

Summary: An alternate story of how Colonel Brandon and Marianne fell in love. 8,258 more words

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After reading ‘Sense and Sensibility’. Revisions from previous post

I am so relieved that I complete reading ‘Sense and Sensibility’ because  I am freed from reading such hard novel despite simple stories in it. I write about why the novel is a difficult reading material in previous post. 206 more words

Literature

I wish I were Austen’s Elinor Dashwood

I wish I were a mysterious being like Elinor Dashwood. I hope I have a lot of masks to put on whenever I need it the most just like her. 380 more words

Literature

Sense and Sensibility, or How Jane Austen Found a Way into my Heart

The first Jane Austen novel I read was Sense and Sensibility. I knew little about the author or her oeuvre, but I was interested in English literature classics, and after Dickens, Swift and Stevenson, it felt like the natural next step. 609 more words

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Jane Austen´s World, part 3

Greetings to all new and old followers! Or perhaps you are perusing, collecting ideas for your own Regency costume? This blog has a little bit of this and that, but main focus is on Regency fashions, and I try to share my sporadic costume projects. 835 more words

Jane Austen

The Curse Of Being Marianne Dashwood In Real Life |How Austen Heroines Suffer

When I was a little girl, my family was watching Kandukondein Kandukondein, a modern Indian adaptation of Sense and Sensibility, and they instantly began commenting on how similar I was to the Indian version of Marianne Dashwood – the character played expertly by Aishwarya Rai in the movie. 1,030 more words

The Dashwood Sisters' Secrets of Love Book Review

Sense and Sensibility was Jane Austen’s first mature completed novel and her first published novel. Published in 1811, Sense and Sensibility is the story of the Dashwood Sisters. 260 more words

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