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Tom Gauld 7h
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Pride & Prejudice May 17
"I could easily forgive his pride, if he had not mortified mine."
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Kayla E. O'Grady May 11
My favorite book quote of all time. What's yours?!
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ExcessivelyDiverting May 19
Reminder: Annual JASNA Student Essay Contest due tomorrow!
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Suzi Stockpot 18h
Going to sleep after a few mins of my current novel - 20+ years since I read a & husband has had to ask me every 2 mins why I’m laughing - b/c it’s just absolutely brilliant (& a dead easy read)
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Rachel John May 17
Prepare for fighting and flirting in this contemporary version of Pride and Prejudice as Will Darcy and Elsie Bennet face off. New and only for a limited time!
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Sarah Lockhart May 16
We JASNA members are the Trekkies of classic literature. We dress up in period costumes and attend conventions, as well as read and write fan fiction. You don’t see Bronte fans doing this. I love the Bronte sisters, but I’m always going to be
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Kailey E. Rhone May 16
At least once a day, I've thought about the fact that I'll be getting my shirt soon. I mean... I'm just real excited to show my love for the premier literary gal, . 📚
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Nicole DragonBeck May 18
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RGSNewcastleEnglish 4h
Choose your own ending
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ChawtonHouse 9h
1813 wrote “I claim a paper full of Halfpence on the Drawingroom Mantelpiece; I put them there myself & forgot to bring them with me. – I cannot say that I have yet been in any distress for Money, but I chuse to have my due as well as the Devil”
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Ana Silva May 19
Every Novel: - Everyone talks about going to the party. - They go to the party. - They dissect everything that happened at the party. My life: - I talk about going to the party. - I go to the party. - I dissect everything that happened at the party.
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OUP Children's Books May 16
Are you a devotee? How well do you think you know the language of her novels? Our friends at have put together a fabulous quiz, inspired by our brand new Dictionary of 19th Century Language. Have a go and see how you fare:
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myl26📚 May 17
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Moreland 22h
The latest Jane Austen Runs My Life! Thanks to
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dunderklumpen 22h
So what's your go-to or for comfort? Mine is (BBC). And sometimes either 's or (no matter which version). RT
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Monica Descalzi May 16
on 's I have finished the novel called Pride & Prejudice, which I think a very superior work.  It depends not on any of the common resources of Novel writers, no drownings, nor conflagrations,
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Amy Cooke-Hodgson 11h
Just a few seats left for this evening’s Austentatious - 7pm. 🎟 Why not grab a ticket quick before Mr Collins buys the lot for him & his second cousins 😨 Help a sister out... 🎩
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Ridhi Dogra May 15
'And sometimes I have kept my feeling to myself, because I find no language to describe it in' ♥️ Perhaps Jane Austen wrote that down centuries ago for me to read it today Photography
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ExcessivelyDiverting 20h
Seems the Kickstarter to buy Longbourn from the ’95 P+P is legit. . I got a press release this week and I’m hoping for more info before I blog about it.
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