Tag: Pride & Prejudice scenes

Taking Tea with Mrs. Darcy

 The honeymoon comes to a close and the real work of being Mrs. Darcy begins. Elizabeth checked her hair in the looking glass and straightened her dress for the third time. There was no reason for such anxiety, none at all. It was not as if she were going to be presented at court. In …

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A Matter of Character

In Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice, following the disastrous proposal at Hunsford, Darcy must decide what he will do.   Darcy stalked from the parsonage so quickly the housekeeper barely opened the front door in time. The spleen of that woman! The unmitigated impertinence of her! She painted him a villain…a vulgar villain! He mounted …

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An Anniversary at Abbey Mills Farm

  Mrs. Drumond’s School for Girls is moving to Wednesdays.  Watch for the next chapter on 2/18 Of Harriet Smith, Jane Austen said: “She would be placed in the midst of those who loved her… retired enough for safety, and occupied enough for cheerfulness. She would be never led into temptation, nor left for it …

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Scenes Jane Austen Never Wrote: A Ball to Forget, pt. 2

Happy New Year! It’s hard to believe it’s already 2015! What better way to start the new year than with Jane Austen! During the month of January, Austen Variations is having a ‘Jane in January’ event, focusing primarily on “Pride and Prejudice”. The giveaways associated with the Jane in January event will be distributed through rafflecopter, so be sure to …

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Scenes Jane Austen Never Wrote: A Ball to Forget

Happy New Year! It’s hard to believe it’s already 2015! What better way to start the new year than with Jane Austen! During the month of January, Austen Variations is having a ‘Jane in January’ event, focusing primarily on “Pride and Prejudice”. The giveaways associated with the Jane in January event will be distributed through rafflecopter, so be sure to …

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