Posted by: rearadmiral | February 25, 2017

2/25 Feb Thaw

Ok, I actually looked at pg 116 first…so…..
“….the custom of his nature, partly to give her time to recover.”
I love Roger and Molly!!!!! “Wives and Daughters” -Kirk

From Austentatious Library:
Good morning! ❤️📖 — Miss Lydia
#JaneAusten #AustentatiousLibrary #Persuasion

Ginny Boxall shared Visit Alton’s photo to the group: The Jane Austen Picture Wall.
February 22 at 3:01pm ·
Find out more about Alton on our Visit Alton FB page

Found via the Austentatious Library:

Found via Jane Austen Fan Club:
http://www.yorkshirepost.co.uk/…/travel-review-retracing-ja…

Travel review: Retracing Jane Austen’s life in Hampshire
This year marks the 200th anniversary of Jane Austen’s death. Ella Walker retraces the author’s life in Hampshire.
YORKSHIREPOST.CO.UK

Another great post by Tony Grant!!!
http://general-southerner.blogspot.com/…/a-visit-to-bath.ht…

A VISIT TO BATH
Bath Sometimes, among all the unwanted adverts, links and promotions that crop up on my i-phone there sometimes, just sometimes, is som…
GENERAL-SOUTHERNER.BLOGSPOT.COM

Found via Austentatious Library(great comment below!)….shared Alan Rickman’s photo.
“An amazing spirit, the most perfect Col Brandon. I said when he passed that he’s with Austen now hearing from her what a dashing Brandon he was ❤ Miss Katie"

"Caroline's reminiscences, although they do not make many specific references to her aunt, illuminate the background against which the latter lived and wrote, and provide further information on the people and events mentioned in Jane's correspondence…..Caroline's own life was singularly quiet and uneventful….when she was fourteen her father told his aunt, Mrs Leigh Perrot: 'Caroline has that playfulness of mind united with an affectionate heart, which so peculiarly marked our lamented Jane'…" -pg 1 "Reminiscences of Caroline Austen" Introduction by Deirdre Le Faye

The dueling Jones "sisters" as Catherine Morland!!!!
On the left, portrait of Priscilla Jones, 1796, by Thomas Barker. Deirdre Le Faye in "Jane Austen: The World of Her Novels" pgs 206-207, posts the painting and comments "Perhaps Catherine Morland looked like this when she first arrived in Bath."
To the right, my beloved Felicity Jones in NA 2007. Photo strip by
http://old-fashionedcharm.blogspot.com/…/12-period-drama-wa…
"#10. Catherine Morland from Northanger Abbey 2007 – Though not always modest the dresses worn by Felicity Jones as Catherine Morland are so delightfully pretty! I really love all the fabrics and details that were put into Catherine, Isabella and Eleanor's dresses for this film. My favorite is Catherine's drop-front gown (far left) because the fabric is just exquisite!"

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