Author Archives: Bethany Huff

Pride and Pyramids

By Amanda Grange and Jacqueline Webb 2.5/5 Why do I have a feeling they came up with the title before the plot for this book?? After 15 years of marriage, the Darcy family are ready for an adventure. After many … Continue reading

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Jane Austen in Hollywood

Ed. by Linda Troost 4/5 This book is a collection of scholarly essays focusing on movies based off Jane Austen’s works. It was published in 2002, so the two main works it focuses on is the 1995 BBC Pride and … Continue reading

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The Dashwood Sisters Tell All

By Beth Pattillo 3/5 Ellen and Mimi are two sisters on a Jane Austen tour of the English country side. Their late mother sent them on it as a condition of her will, so both sisters, who have grown apart, … Continue reading

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Dear Mr. Darcy

By Amanda Grange 2/5 The events before and during Pride and Prejudice, as seen by various characters as they write letters to one another. This book bills itself as “P&P from Mr. Darcy’s point of view”, but that’s not what … Continue reading

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Among the Janeites: a Journey Through the World of Jane Austen Fandom

By Deborah Yaffe 4/5 Author Deborah Yaffe asks herself an important question: who are these strange people that love an obscure English author who died 200 years ago? Why do they love her works so much? Does it have anything … Continue reading

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The Phantom of Pemberley

By Regina Jeffers 2/5 Strange things have been happening at Pemberley. Curious sounds, mysterious goings on in nearby Lambton, and a servant that nobody seems to be able to identify. The Darcys are taking it in stride, and have even … Continue reading

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Perfect Happiness

By Rachel Billington 2.5/5 Emma and Mr. Knightley have been married for over a year, and living quietly in Hartfield with Mr. Woodhouse. The peaceful world of Highbury is shaken by the news that Jane Fairfax Churchill has died in … Continue reading

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