Posted by: rearadmiral | June 13, 2016

6/13 The 13th of June

https://www.thereadingroom.com/…/why-old-books-smell-s…/1669

Why Old Books Smell So Darn Good
Like a fine wine, books only get better with age
THEREADINGROOM.COM

LOL!

Harry Potter and Sense and Sensibility (parody)
Sorry, I was bored. I made this video only because there are a lot of actors who acted both in Harry Potter and in Sense and Sensibility, like Alan…
YOUTUBE.COM

I like this list! Can’t agree about #5’s comment about “lighthearted” arguments about heroines. We almost didn’t have a 2nd meeting after the uncalled for attacks on Marianne Dashwood! Thank goodness Corrie was with me in defending Marianne. Team Marianne!!!!!!
http://www.bustle.com/…/162668-jane-austen-fans-have-defini…

Jane Austen Fans Have Definitely Had These 8 Arguments Before
Jane Austen fans are pretty much infamous for being hardcore about their love of Jane Austen’s novels. Any Jane Austen inspired work, whether it’s a movie, book,…
BUSTLE.COM|BY JULIA SEALES

A teen reviews Lady Susan!
http://www.theguardian.com/…/…/lady-susan-jane-austen-review

Lady Susan by Jane Austen – review
Popcornapple: ‘Lady Susan is shortest and least known novel of Austen’s and was written in 1794 but not published till 1875 after her death’
THEGUARDIAN.COM

I loved rereading this book recently and Book Two as well. -Kirk
https://justjane1813.com/…/george-knightley-esquire-by-bar…/

“George Knightley, Esquire: Charity Envieth Not,” By Barbara Cornthwaite/ A Review & Giveaway
Can a retelling of “Emma” from Mr. Knightley’s point of view deliver similar delights as Austen’s own story?…
JUSTJANE1813.COM

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  1. The parody is really fun!


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