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101 Things You Didn't Know About Jane Austen: The Truth About the World's Most Intriguing Romantic Literary Heroine ~ Paperback – January 19, 2007 by Patrice Hannon

101 Things You Didn't Know About Jane Austen: The Truth About the World's Most Intriguing Romantic Literary Heroine ~ Paperback – January 19, 2007 by Patrice Hannon

I love the language, it flows so effortlessly, and makes me smile when I read it, and feel very clever when I understand it.

Persuasion (Barnes & Noble Classics Series)

I love the language, it flows so effortlessly, and makes me smile when I read it, and feel very clever when I understand it.

From lilitslittlelibrary: {@wmebooks package } a big thank you to the wonderful team at WME Books for these new reads! I'm so excited to read and share my thoughts on these new publications.  Tuesday Nights in 1980 is a debut novel by Molly Prentiss. The novel is set in the New York art scene of the 1980s. Cue Chandler Bings voice Could I BE any more excited for this book?  As the title suggests Curtis Sittenfelds Eligible is a modern retelling of Pride and Prejudice. The Austen Project has…

From lilitslittlelibrary: {@wmebooks package } a big thank you to the wonderful team at WME Books for these new reads! I'm so excited to read and share my thoughts on these new publications. Tuesday Nights in 1980 is a debut novel by Molly Prentiss. The novel is set in the New York art scene of the 1980s. Cue Chandler Bings voice Could I BE any more excited for this book? As the title suggests Curtis Sittenfelds Eligible is a modern retelling of Pride and Prejudice. The Austen Project has…

When I'm in the mood to read a classic a Jane Austen novel is what I find myself picking up. Who doesn't love Mr.Darcy or Captain Wentworth? SWOON :)

When I'm in the mood to read a classic a Jane Austen novel is what I find myself picking up. Who doesn't love Mr.Darcy or Captain Wentworth? SWOON :)

I am a huge Jane Austen fan and have read all of her books.  Mansfield Park is my favorite, which is interesting as this is the novel that Austen fans are the most divided in opinion.  I suggest you give it a try, but don't expect it to be the same as other Austen novels.

I am a huge Jane Austen fan and have read all of her books. Mansfield Park is my favorite, which is interesting as this is the novel that Austen fans are the most divided in opinion. I suggest you give it a try, but don't expect it to be the same as other Austen novels.

Sometimes I dream of being in an Austen novel. But then I'm like ... Syphilis. No vote. No college. Skirts. Nooooope.  BUT. I did just finish Persuasion and it was so completely utterly wonderful! I can't believe I haven't read it before! Or rather listened to it on audiobook. If I had to live back then I think I'd be pretty stoked to meet Captain Wentworth. All I'm saying.  One of my goals in 2016 is to read all the Jane Austen books. I have four to go now ... Already read P&P and S&S. And…

Sometimes I dream of being in an Austen novel. But then I'm like ... Syphilis. No vote. No college. Skirts. Nooooope. BUT. I did just finish Persuasion and it was so completely utterly wonderful! I can't believe I haven't read it before! Or rather listened to it on audiobook. If I had to live back then I think I'd be pretty stoked to meet Captain Wentworth. All I'm saying. One of my goals in 2016 is to read all the Jane Austen books. I have four to go now ... Already read P&P and S&S. And…

If you love Jane Austen, read this book. This is a quick quote by  Br. Paul Byrd, OP, "I do think that Deresiewicz has accomplished something impressive with this latest addition to Austen studies. Indeed, he has done something I think many Janeites—scholars and lay folks alike—would love to do, exploring the meaning of Austen’s major works, while articulating the impact these novels have on how one understands his or her own life and society."

If you love Jane Austen, read this book. This is a quick quote by Br. Paul Byrd, OP, "I do think that Deresiewicz has accomplished something impressive with this latest addition to Austen studies. Indeed, he has done something I think many Janeites—scholars and lay folks alike—would love to do, exploring the meaning of Austen’s major works, while articulating the impact these novels have on how one understands his or her own life and society."

I have read all of Jane Austen's novels and enjoyed them thoroughly. This happens to be my very favorite. ----- Persuasion, by Jane Austen

I have read all of Jane Austen's novels and enjoyed them thoroughly. This happens to be my very favorite. ----- Persuasion, by Jane Austen

Usually when I see a book that is in some way based on Jane Austen’s novels, I shy away from it. Though I’ve only read a fraction of the multitude ones that have been published, I find myself sick to death of variations on Austenlandia – the sequels, the prequels, the paranormal and, slightly less so, the contemporaries. It takes a lot to even get me past the blurb stage but “Longbourn” did it.

Usually when I see a book that is in some way based on Jane Austen’s novels, I shy away from it. Though I’ve only read a fraction of the multitude ones that have been published, I find myself sick to death of variations on Austenlandia – the sequels, the prequels, the paranormal and, slightly less so, the contemporaries. It takes a lot to even get me past the blurb stage but “Longbourn” did it.

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