It was love at first write.
“My affections and wishes are unchanged, but one word from you will silence me on this subject for ever.” —Jane Austen, Pride & Prejudice
It was the best of Yik Yak, it was the worst of Yik Yak.
“In vain have I struggled. It will not do. My feelings will not be repressed. You must allow me to tell you how ardently I admire and love you.” —Mr. Darcy, Pride & Prejudice.
Don’t get me started on Collins.
Jane Austen was way ahead of her time. Happy 239th birthday to one of the greatest English novelists in history!
It is a truth universally acknowledged that a reader in possession of a BuzzFeed post must be in want of a poll.
Bibliographic beauty from Austen to Zafon.
My feelings will not be repressed.
Where have you been, girl?
The Sorcerer’s Stone...or illuminati propaganda?
Don’t worry, only 17 are from The Hunger Games. H/T Vox.
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In honor of Pride and Prejudice’s 201st birthday week.
For everyone who has wistfully wondered if Mr. Darcy exists in the real world. Spoiler: He does. And sorry, he’s taken.
“You think Philip Roth is better than Jane Austen? You’re crazy,” said one attendee at a meeting of the Jane Austen Society of North America’s Southwest chapter this weekend.
Yes, an Austen-themed video game. “In the virtual world of Jane Austen, it is not about kill or be killed, but invite and be invited with gossip our weapon of choice.”
Did I mention the ENTIRE BOOK is on a shirt? That you can actually read?
Describing this as “minimalist” would be a bit of an overstatement.
Even though Lizzie Bennet Diaries has recently won an Emmy for its modern, American adaptation of Pride and Prejudice, not all viewers realize this vlog is based on a piece of literature.
Ladies, hold on to your knickers!
Spoiler alert! Seriously.
Been meaning to dress up your Kindle? This post has you covered.
In helpful flow chart form!
Pride and Prejudice was first published on January 28th, 1813. And people are still fanatical for the book.
Mr. Darcy woos Elizabeth with his wrist blades.
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