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Probably Elizabeth Bennet. I know, not very original. I've also come to appreciate Emma Woodhouse a lot more, eventhough she comes off rather smug, she actually truly is a kind person.
Frederick Wentworth! He's the most well rounded, not to mention exhibits a deeply-rooted love for Anne. And he's a sailor!
I am almost ashamed to admit that I have never read any Jane Austen, although several of her works are on my "must read" list. While it is not the same, thankfully the BBC produced a wonderful adaptation of Pride and Prejudice, which introduced me to Mr Darcy. I wonder if his creator pictured him as handsome as Colin Firth,the man who played him?
by Susan Reid7 years ago
Sorry, not a quiz or a test (although those can be fun!).Just a query.Which famous author would you most like to be yourself?Or which famous author is most like you (in their writing and/or in their personal life)?I...
by Simone Haruko Smith6 years ago
What are some must-see sights in the UK for Jane Austen fans?It would be fun to go on a Jane Austen-themed vacation, but I don't like organized tours with big groups. Where should I go?
by Jennifer Vasquez4 years ago
What has made Jane Austen such a pop culture phenomenon?Jane Austen has a prestigious place in the literary world. Her novels challenge the reader to think critically, and are enjoyable to read. Several of...
by LastRoseofSummer25 years ago
How did you discover Jane Austen?Were you introduced to Jane Austen by reading one of her books or did you discover her novels by watching a movie adaptation (e.g. Colin Firth's "Pride and Prejudice")?
by violetangel6 years ago
What is your favorite Jane Austen book and why?Do you enjoy Pride and Prejudice, Sense and Sensibility, Emma, Northanger Abbey, Mansfield Park or Persuasion?
by Kenna McHugh3 months ago
“Sitting with her on Sunday evening — a wet Sunday evening — the very time of all others when if a friend is at hand the heart must be opened, and everything told…” ― Jane Austen, Mansfield Park
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