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  • Linda Lukasiewicz

    Jane Austen - Northanger Abbey

  • Anne Goebel

    The late Theo Westenberger's famous photo of Jane Austen poolside in Hollywood (hosted at the Republic of Pemberley)

  • Blair Bloomston

    Sure, they had pool resorts in 19th century England. Not to mention, really large cell phones.

  • DeGroodt Library

    Love Jane Austen book? Come and be part of the Just Jane Book Club, we will meet today at the Panera in Palm Bay, FL. The group meet once a month.

  • Scott D. Southard

    “A great achievement” New book review and interview for A JANE AUSTEN DAYDREAM

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Nice little regency-inspired drawing. Perhaps Miss Lucy Steele confiding to Elinor her most important secret.

"Emma by Jane Austen. Mr Knightley is second only to Mr. Darcy" For me, it's hard to choose between the two. Maybe because I'm much more like Emma than Lizzy. :)

The quill will right as easily in blood as it does ink. For authors it's pretty much the same thing.

Jane writing to her niece Fanny: "He and I should not in the least agree, of course, in our ideas of novels and heroines. Pictures of perfection, as you know, make me sick and wicked; but there is some very good sense in what he says, and I particularly respect him for wishing to think well of all young ladies; it shows an amiable and a delicate mind. And he deserves better treatment than to be obliged to read any more of my works."

The ruffle along the neckline is something I haven't seen before. Lovely!

She did. She made me do it! Christmas gift for moi? ;)

This reminds me of a Southern belle who needed some quiet time and wandered down to the creek. Love its simplicity and beauty!

Jane Austen books made me so glad life no longer revolves around socializing with the "right" people and marriage