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  • The Guardian - 1 day ago
    “Why does no one talk about how funny Jane Austen is ... I have been as truthful to Austen’s comedy and language as possible, but with intermittent modern commentary. I allowed myself ...
  • the-leaky-cauldron.org - 2 days ago
    Watch the interview here to find out more, and read our recent coverage of his successes so far here. Emma Thompson Narrates Jane Austen’s Northanger Abbey For the bicentenary of Jane ...
  • pearltrees.com - 6 days ago
    Pride and Prejudice Discussion Questions | Chicago Public Library ... Prejudice Pride and Prejudice e-text contains the full text of Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen. Read the E-Text ...
  • yourstory.com - 6 days ago
    Jane Austen was a woman of vociferous ... and can write a tolerable letter.” Emma is perhaps one of the most volatile, complex but strongest of Austen’s heroines. Head-strong, stubborn ...
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    A “yes” to any of the above means you’re probably a Janeite. And if you’re not yet, you should be after Regina’s first-ever Jane Austen Festival. In the words of Austen’s Emma, “One ...
  • Wales Online - 2 weeks ago
    In July, on the 200th anniversary of her death, the new plastic Jane Austen 10 note was formally unveiled ... where half of our intake are women and that will help make it not a ...
  • New Republic - 1 day ago
    She asks a lot of rhetorical questions and disarmingly admits to uncertainty. What did Jane Austen write between 1803 and the spring of 1809? “Maybe she was working on preexisting ...
  • Nerdist - 2 weeks ago
    Everyone has tried to suss out the question of their identity at some point in their ... “is that it’s based around the beautiful story of Emma that Jane Austen came up with, so it’s ...
  • swnewsmedia.com - 4 days ago
    ... an unpublished Jane Austen manuscript and determine the illness that killed Jane Austen two years later. While doing this, they must not change the past. “Emma: A modern retelling,” ...
  • TheMarySue - 2 weeks ago
    Clueless: Senior Year answers these questions and more in a super-sweet ... And when we started pitching stuff out—the idea of incorporating themes from other Jane Austen works, the ...
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