Tag: Jane Austen’s Dragons

A Dragon for Elizabeth, part 3

How did Elizabeth befriend fairy dragon April? Certainly not the way she expected. October 1801 Part 3 Rumblkins enjoyed his prize with relish. Truly, it was not a pleasant thing to watch a dragon eat —especially a dragon devouring his very favorite food. But a promise was a promise, and he deserved his reward. According …

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A Dragon for Elizabeth, part 2

How did Elizabeth befriend fairy dragon April? Certainly not the way she expected. October 1801 Part 2 Although she had wandered the woods on Longbourn estate often on her own, this particular part of the woods was unfamiliar, and technically forbidden.  Old hardwoods grew thick here, casting deep shade over the loamy ground surrounding a …

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A Dragon for Elizabeth, part 1

How did Elizabeth befriend fairy dragon April? Certainly not the way she expected. October 1801   Mama insisted Elizabeth be out in the fading flower garden this cool, clear autumn morning. Cutting flowers for the house was indeed a crucial task for an eleven-year-old young lady, deserving of Elizabeth’s full attention. Wandering outside among the …

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Soothing a Baby Dragon

Young Elizabeth meets her first dragon beyond the borders of Longbourn’s Keep–and he’s a drooling, teething baby dragon.     If you missed the start of grown up Elizabeth’s adventure with dragons, check out THIS POST. If you missed the first installment in Elizabeth’s Commonplace Book, you can find it HERE.   August 1801   It was odd to have …

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Elizabeth’s First Dragon journey

Peek into Elizabeth Bennet’s world of dragons through her commonplace book of dragon experiences. Today she takes her first dragon journey with her father on official Blue Order Business.  If you missed the start of grown up Elizabeth’s adventure with dragons, check out THIS POST. If you missed the first installment in Elizabeth’s Commonplace Book, you can find …

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