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Letter to Cassandra, September 5, 1796

Writing from Rowling, to her older sister Cassandra home in Steventon, Austen opens with a big query: “I shall be extremely anxious to hear the Event of your Ball, & shall hope to receive so long & minute an account of every particular that I shall be tired of reading it.”  Sounds like someone wanted the 411! 402 more words

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Jane Austen's "Sense and Sensibility"

I love Jane Austen.  But Sense and Sensibility is my least favorite comedy of manners. Is it a comedy at all?  The satire is apparent, but… 859 more words

Excerpt: Jane Austen The Secret Radical by Helena Kelly (upcoming book).

Essay/excerpt about Jane Austen including: her life, previous Austen biographies re: their sources, problems with documentation, her letters, and also the large influence of media/adaptations of Austen’s books, and various other subjects.   76 more words

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Lambie-Pie

LOL I love this. It’s from the blog The Other Austen which I ran across through pinterest. If you are an Austenite fan, she does some of the funniest posts; although she can take things a little… 45 more words

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Emma Thompson Acts as Jane Austen

In a funny turn of events, Emma Thompson accepts an award for Sense & Sensibility, and channels her inner Jane Austen in the acceptance speech. 17 more words

More Senselessness

Originally published February 28th, 2016 at http://www.arlene-bozich.com

We opened “Sense & Sensibility” this weekend! I meant to update through the process, but time got the best of me. 200 more words

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Sense, Sensibility, and Senseless Nonsense

Originally published January 28th, 2016 on http://www.arlene-bozich.com

I’ve made it January 28th without destroying the repairs done to my leg! I should heal on time from my December ACL surgery (I’ve almost stopped limping). 109 more words

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