February 3, 2013

"...in the improvement of her mind by extensive reading.”

Sarah Coleman, Inkymole illustrations
As they say, all good things must come to an end. I've had so much fun celebrating the 200th anniversary of my favorite novel, Pride and Prejudice, with all of you. I hope you've enjoyed some of my ramblings and that it's made you want to revisit the novel or pick it up for the first time. To finish out the week of celebrating, I've included a recap of my posts and shared some of my favorite news articles and blog posts about Austen and her beloved novel. 

"It is a truth universally acknowledged." - My love for Pride and Prejudice explained
"Obstinate, headstrong girl!" - The ten most frustrating characters in Pride and Prejudice
"I declare after all there is no enjoyment like reading!" - A review of Celebrating Pride and Prejudice
"I was in the middle before I knew that I had begun." - On collecting copies of Pride and Prejudice
"I am excessively diverted." - Seven things to watch after reading Pride and Prejudice



Austenprose, Which edition of Pride and Prejudice should you read?
Forever Young Adult, It Is A Truth Universally Acknowledged (P&P Review)
Forever Young Adult, Pride, Prejudice and Veronica

via The Other Austen
Happy reading, watching and celebrating Pride and Prejudice!


  1. I loved your week of posts celebrating P&P! It definitely made me want to read the book all over again :)


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