Once upon a time, back in April of 2009, a book was published wherein zombies were introduced into the Regency world of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice. This quirky mashup sparked a slew of other strange and monstrous infusions featuring many of Jane Austen’s novels and a few other works by notable authors. With so many gruesomely […]
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For many Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice is an enduring tale of true love. Whether it was Austen’s intention for us to view it as a love story versus a tale of how things like pride and prejudice blind us to the true character of a person does not stop us. How often have we dreamed of […]
Just because we are not ladies of leisure that does not mean that we haven’t found the time for some reading and discussing and planning.
We are pleased to welcome back author Barbara Tiller Cole. Be sure to read through her guest post here and enter the giveaway! A Dickens of an Inspiration! Fitzwilliam Ebenezer Darcy By Barbara Tiller Cole First of all, I want to thank Dark Jane Austen Book Club for choosing Fitzwilliam Ebenezer Darcy as their group […]
Of all the aspects of Dreadfully Ever After that were disappointing, what I did find most intriguing were the developments at Lady Catherine’s estate.
Having just completed Dreadfully Ever After (DEA) by Steve Hockensmith I am left with more questions about the zombie plague.
In Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, Elizabeth Bennet takes on another layer of complexity with her warrior’s code in addition to the etiquette she is expected to adhere.
Tonight, we shall talk of Jane and Lizzie fighting off the unmentionables.
In Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice classism is deeply entwined with etiquette and at the heart of all social interactions, dictating to what degree it is appropriate to become familiar with others.
At a glance one may wonder what dances, ammunition, and male anatomy all have in common with one another.
In Pride and Prejudice and Zombies there is mention of two organizations regarding the unmentionables that plague England.