Jane Austen wrote quality literature to be enjoyed by all, but more importantly she did a lot for women’s rights. Her writings are still culturally relevant and will be studied for centuries to come. She also wrote many great charades/riddles.Continue Reading
The game starts with alittle intro by the author herself, Jane Austen, explaining that characters from Pride and Prejudice have loose from the tip of the book.Continue Reading
Originally titled “First Impression”, later known as “Pride and Prejudice”. Written in Victorian era, we can draw a conclusion on the differences between the societies existed. One of the major issues was marriage. Jane Austen carefully expands the story by introducing the characters of Mr. and Mrs. Bennet who wanted to get their five daughters married. During Victorian era, if there is a case where a family cannot produce female offspring, the wealth or properties will go to the nearest male relative when the parents have deceased.Continue Reading
Another look into what has happened on this day in the past, historical events of note, famous birthdays or any other points of interest that have occurred on this day.Continue Reading
Fun article for women: extra weight, bad habits and bad luck in our romantic lives is something most of us have in common with each other and the book/movie character Bridget Jones. So we might as well have fun with it.Continue Reading
A quick look at how the originally working title of Pride and Prejudice can be evidenced in its story line.Continue Reading
A brief look at the character of Elizabeth Bennet from Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice.Continue Reading
A short humorous story about music snobbery and the dangers of public transport (3100 words).Continue Reading
Article about visiting Winchester and Chawton, Hampshire, and following in the footsteps of Jane Austen and listening to the advice she has for a traumatised writer…Continue Reading
Set in a similar style to Jane Austen, about an arranged marriage. A pretty girl is made to marry a man who is grossly overweight, but will she ever love her obese husband?Continue Reading
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