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Trollope jibe at 'TV fans' of Austen: Author blames screen...
Criticism: Author Joanna Trollope has blamed such screen adaptations of Jane Austen's work for criticism of her own latest novel Mr Darcy emerging from a lake in a wet white shirt is a scene many Jane Austen fans recall fondly.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
Alison Larkin and Edith Wharton celebrate 200 years of a Pride and Prejudice'
Elizabeth Bennett is a friend sharing a silent joke, looking at you straight-faced until you dissolve into helpless giggles.
Gay musical about lovers who reconnect feels like a workshop show
If you're in any doubt that Perfect Life: The Musical is a vanity production, you just have to consult the artists' bios in the show's program.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
WMCA-AM Hasbrouck Heights
Inner Truth - Living Love - Week of December 4
Brooke never considered the books she read to be harmful. Reading Jane Austen's works or Christian romance novels seemed like a relaxing way to spend an evening.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Austen, Sacraments, and Juvenile High Jinks
Communion was not the only important sacrament Austen experienced regularly; she attended weddings, baptisms, and ordinations.
Paras: A Debut for SM's Pat Santos
A DEBUT traditionally refers to a young lady coming out, being introduced to society at 18 in a big to-do complete with 18 roses and a cotillion.
Free entry to Jane Austen's House Museum on the author's birthday
TO celebrate Jane Austen's birthday, Jane Austen's House Museum will be free for all visitors on Monday, December 16. Ann Channon, House Manager at Jane Austen's House Museum said: "Every year we celebrate Jane's birthday in this way.
9 Jane Austen Quotes for the Frustratedly Single
While Elizabeth spends the majority of Pride and Prejudice Darcey-less, maybe you've wondered for most of your twenties when that special someone will appear from right under your nose.
Sat Nov 30, 2013
Burnham and Highbridge Weekly News
Coleman fell for bratty character
Jenna Coleman has admitted she couldn't turn down a role in Death Comes To Pemberley because she couldn't wait to play an annoying character.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
Your Xmas TV starts here! The best shows over Christmas
Schedule wrecked but halls decked? Check. Holly boughs hung and seasonal jolliness factor set to warp factor ten? Kids in a sugar coma, spouse throttled, pets in the doghouse? Excellent work, fellow elves.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
Charleston City Paper
Charleston Museum brings classic literature to life
Cathy Earnshaws and Elizabeth Bennets generally don't have that much in common. One, the headstrong heroine of Wuthering Heights , is reckless and passionate, in touch with her inner wildness, beautiful but cruel.
Mon Nov 25, 2013
Best of New Orleans
Review: Pride and Prejudice
At a society ball in England in the early 1800s, a quick-witted woman meets a strapping man who finds her tolerable but not alluring.
How many great novels did Jane Austen write? And other notes from Austenland
A performance, a panel discussion and a movie are what Bristolian Jane Austen fans can expect tomorrow night, courtesy of the Bristol Women's Literature Festival.
Sun Nov 24, 2013
Now Playing Onstage in Seattle - Week of 11/24/2013
PRIDE & PREJUDICE Lakewood Playhouse 11/8-12/1/2013 THE LAKEWOOD PLAYHOUSE Presents PRIDE & PREJUDICE By Jane Austen Adapted by Joseph Hanreddy & J.R. Sullivan November 8th through December 1st The Lakewood Playhouse is proud to present SECOND SHOW of our 75th ANNIVERSARY SEASON: "PRIDE & PREJUDICE" by Jane Austen .
Fri Nov 22, 2013
Making Bridget Jones look uncommitted, Jane Hayes, the heroine of Jerusha Hess' uneven comedy Austenland , is a Jane Austen tragic with an obsession for Pride and Prejudice 's brooding leading man, Mr Darcy.
Nashoba Publishing Online
The Posting Board
An Italian conversation group will meet and converse in Italian. Free and open to anyone from beginner to more fluent speaker.
Envious of the Brontes
Dave Astor looks at novels without the basic boy-meets-girl premise in The Huffington Post , though he doesn't forget his BrontAĞite side.
Thu Nov 21, 2013
This is Guernsey
Really, Jeremy? Paxman's TV blunder
University Challenge bosses have admitted they blundered with a question on an edition of the the highbrow quiz show screened this week.
Wed Nov 20, 2013
Happy Anniversary, Pride and Prejudice
By CATHY McCABE Staff Writer No one who had ever seen Jane Austen in her infancy would have supposed her born to be a novelist, yet she became one of the most beloved authors of all time.
10 questions with historical fiction author: Christine Wade
Christine Wade, author of "Seven Locks" answers 10 questions about her favorite time period in history, her favorite figures from history, and the age old question of coffee or tea.