No Austen novel is safe from the “satirical eye” of The Onion. Persuasion gets the honor today. I tend to match headlines to book scenes and characters in my mind first, not to movies. …

No Austen novel is safe from the “satirical eye” of The Onion. Persuasion gets the honor today. I tend to match headlines to book scenes and characters in my mind first, not to movies.

Persuasion directed by Adrian Shergold (TV Movie, 2007) #janeausten #fanart

'Persuasion' directed by Adrian Shergold (TV Movie) with Sally Hawkins and Rupert Penry-Jones.

Anne & Wentworth - Pesuasion 2007

Anne Eliot and Captain Wentworth. Persuasion is one of my favorite Jane Austen Books. His proposal in the book is WAY better than in the movie, but I still love it.

RPJ Rupert Penry Jones as Captain Wentworth in Jane Austen s Persuasion ~ the tear-stained diary gets me every time

“ I can listen no longer in silence. I must speak to you by such means as are within my reach. You pierce my soul. I am half agony, half hope.

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Dan Stevens (Edward Ferrars) & Hattie Morahan (Elinor Dashwood) - Sense & Sensibility directed by John Alexander (TV Mini-Series, BBC,

Persuasion (2007) - starring Sally Hawkins as Anne Elliot + Rupert Penry-Jones as Captain Frederick Wentworth

Persuasion - starring Sally Hawkins as Anne Elliot + Rupert Penry-Jones as Captain Frederick Wentworth - Ohhh, I think Captain Wentworth needs to exist.

Dan Stevens (Mr. Edward Ferrars) & Lucy Boynton (Margaret Dashwood) - Sense & Sensibility directed by John Alexander (TV Mini-Series, BBC, 2008) #janeausten

Edward Ferrars) Lucy Boynton (Margaret Dashwood) - Sense Sensibility directed by John Alexander (TV Mini-Series, BBC,

There could have been no two hearts so open, no tastes so similar, no feelings so in unison. - Persuasion directed by Adrian Shergold (TV Movie,

There could have been no two hearts so open, no tastes so similar, no feelings so in unison. {Persuasion}
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