Tag: Pride and Prejudice

Vermin of the State: Bachelors of the Regency Era

Spinsters of the regency era did not have it easy, but neither did the bachelors. Regency society organized itself around marriage and family. Adults were identified by their place, or lack thereof, in a married, family unit. Married women were ranked higher and more respected than the unmarried. Married men were perceived as having come …

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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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Introducing the Dragon Index

Today is appreciate a dragon day! What better way to appreciate them than by launching a reference to all things dragon! It will be expanding in the next few months. You can find the index at its permanent home HERE. Blue Order: The governing body of human-dragon relations in England. Made up of all major dragons, …

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Crossed in Love Ch 9

In Pride and Prejudice, Jane Austen leaves us to wonder what happened in Hertfordshire over Christmastide whilst the militia was stationed in Meryton. Take a behind-the-scenes peek with me at what might have happened. Chapter 9 December 31, 1811  New Year’s Eve, Papa wasted no time in arranging for his very specific wishes to be …

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Crossed in Love Ch 8

In Pride and Prejudice, Jane Austen leaves us to wonder what happened in Hertfordshire over Christmastide whilst the militia was stationed in Meryton. Take a behind-the-scenes peek with me at what might have happened. Chapter 8 December  30, 1811  The Gardiner’s departed with Jane early the following morning. The departure of so much good sense …

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