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Sarah Henrikson Aug 7
Just bought tickets for a Seattle theater's holiday show "Miss Bennet: Christmas At Pemberley". Two of my favorite things combined!
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BridgesLibrarySystem Aug 29
Can you answer this trivia question? Read Pride & Prejudice and get discounted tickets to the Milwaukee Repertory Theater's new show as part of the Summer Readalong. See more:
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FanciedFreedom Oct 15
Currently in a season of suffering and this chapter on Persuasion from by is so timely. And reading it with a praying friend is even better. “The essence of patience is the willingness to endure suffering.” 🧡
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Euphoriah Tea Mar 16
3 Packet Tea Special is up online 🎉Search for 3 Packet tea special to find it on our website. Includes 3 packets of tea 15 Nylon tea bags in each packet! This special ends Sunday
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Justin Wisniewski Artist Feb 5
I think I’m finally done with this painting of Emma Woodhouse. Is anyone else a big Jane Austen fan? What’s your favorite book? -
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Geek Reformation 14 Jul 17
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Madhulika Sikka 2 Oct 16
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melaniegalemma Apr 16
Sara Lance in that Regency Empire-waist shift on ? er agerd
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Rita Leb 9 Mar 18
I have just finished 📖 the by , really I'm shocked 😠😡😬 miss Marianne and girl with colonel Brandon no no no 😢😭😭 and miss Lucy with Mr Robert impossible 😨😱
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Alison Jul 19
We missed this - 18th July 1817 - Jane Austen's death, author of Pride and Prejudice - Never read it? We've several copies in stock, including this one:
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Katharine Corr Jun 17
Everyone should go and see Austentatious IMMEDIATELY. This evening’s performance of that Jane Austen classic, ‘Queer Eye For The Regency Guy’, was an utter joy. The funniest thing I’ve seen for an age.
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Holly 24 Sep 13
Replying to @KristieCranford
Lizzy and Mr Darcy. Marianne and Col Brandon. Fannie and Edmond.
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Maryanne Lloyd 14 Sep 14
Dear Miss America 'fun facts' captioners: it's 'Austen' not Austin.
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Julie Wright 9 May 15
I apparently read a lot of books with British origins because "Dialog" looks wrong and I want to add the "ue" every time.
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Marlena Smith 20 Nov 13
...but for my own part, if a book is well written, I always find it too short. ~ Jane Austen
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Victoria Marie 1 Mar 14
Since I'm going to the navy will I find a Captian Wentworth??
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elenamicheli Mar 4
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Erlyne Osburn 10 Apr 13
Replying to @JulieGallaher
One of my favorite quotes ever.
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UnitedStatesofAusten Jul 24
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omniatlas Dec 1
The World in 1811, at the start of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice. Omniatlas Classics: Pride and Prejudice is the first in the Omniatlas Classics series.
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