Daily Archives: April 7, 2019

The Desert Island Test

Having returned home rather late last night, I decided to get some sleep rather than write first, for though I had a lot to write about, there was little at least that was troubling about the conversation at least, so … Continue reading

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A Tour Of The Austen 2019: Emma

Emma, by Jane Austen The particular Emma version I read was about 500 pages long and was distinguished from other versions only by its gorgeous cover, which looked like a line and watercolor type drawing in orange that showed Emma … Continue reading

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A Tour Of The Austen 2019: Persuasion

Persuasion, by Jane Austen This particular volume of Persuasion is from the same publisher that I read this year’s version of Sense & Sensibility, and lo and behold this book also featured a bonus first chapter from another book in … Continue reading

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A Tour Of The Austen 2019: Mansfield Park

Mansfield Park, by Jane Austen I must admit that Mansfield Park is one of the more divisive novels within Jane Austen’s body of work.  It lacks the sort of sparkling heroine that can be found in most of Austen’s writings, … Continue reading

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