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Who is better? Mr Darcy or Captain Wentworth?

This is the ultimate question, for me. Obviously both have their character flaws. Darcy is obscenely proud (but that is not necessarily his fault, but perhaps the society that he grew up within). 327 more words

Words Worth Repeating

“American traditions and the American ethic require us to be truthful, but the most important reason is that truth is the best propaganda and lies are the worst.

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Be Your Own Guru - NLP Procedures - Mind Persuasion Forum

The behavior of human structure is very easy to see in other people. We give somebody advice, and they say: Yeah, easy for you to say! 31 more words

Learning to Speak

“It sometimes seems as if I had no sooner learned to talk than I was doing it wrong,” writes Rohan Maitzen in her guest post on Jane Austen’s Anne Elliot and Charlotte Brontë’s Jane Eyre and “women’s long struggle to be heard on their own terms.” Rohan is an English professor and literary critic, and she lives in Halifax, Nova Scotia. 922 more words


Ireland and the Irish in Jane Austen’s Novels

A couple of weekends ago I was fortunate enough to spend a few days in Dublin. I had visited the capital of Ireland on several occasions, but for some reason – possibly the beautiful weather and clear blue skies – this time I paid a great deal of attention to its Georgian architecture. 861 more words

Pride And Prejudice

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Secret Agent Persuasion: Covertly Implant Desires Into Their Mind

Deeply Powerful Language Patterns and Irresistibly Persuasive Techniques to Get Anybody To Do Anything