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The Many Lives of Fitzwilliam Darcy. In that moment, he was but a man. A man filled with more frustration than most souls could bear. He had become a man torn asunder by his desperation, his fruitless dreams and desires.
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At first believing the extraordinary turn of events has granted him an inexplicable boon, he is eager to put the humiliating proposal behind him. He soon discovers that he is trapped in the same waking dream with no end in sight and no possible escape. All that he holds dear—his name, his home, his love—remains ever out of reach.
How will he find his way back to his normal life? Will one mistake haunt the rest of his days? It will take all of his fortitude to weather the storms of his strange new fate, and all of his courage to grasp the promise of his future. This is a "Pride and Prejudice" variation I will read again and again. Rational Creatures Available October Jane Austen: True romantic or rational creature?
Her novels transport us back to the Regency, a time when well-mannered gentlemen and finely-bred ladies fell in love as they danced at balls and rode in carriages. Yet her heroines, such as Elizabeth Bennet, Anne Elliot, and Elinor Dashwood, were no swooning, fainthearted damsels in distress.
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True to their principles and beliefs, they fought through hypocrisy and broke social boundaries to find their happily-ever-after. Have you never wondered about the pasts of her rakes, rattles, and gentlemen rogues? Surely, there's more than one side to their stories. The Darcy Monologues.
For over two hundred years, Jane Austen's Mr. Darcy has captivated readers' imaginations as the ultimate catch. And yet, as Miss Austen's "Pride and Prejudice" is established through Elizabeth Bennet's fine eyes, how are we to know his mind?
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How does Darcy progress from "She is tolerable: but not handsome enough to tempt 'me'" to "I thought only of 'you'"? In this romance anthology, fifteen Austenesque authors assemble to sketch Darcy's character through a series of re-imaginings, set in the Regency through contemporary times--from faithful narratives to the fanciful. Herein "The Darcy Monologues", the man himself reveals his intimate thoughts, his passionate dreams, and his journey to love--all told with a previously concealed wit and enduring charm.
If you long for a toasty snuggle on a cold winter's night, this compilation of original short stories inspired by the magic of the season-and more than a nod to Jane Austen-is fancied as a sublime wintertime treat.
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Pym is often compared to Austen, whom she revered. These excellent women are excellent — they volunteer, they go to church, they subsist modestly on small chops and simple suppers — but they can also be dowdy and difficult. They busybody their neighbors and ministers, whether they intend to or not. But their insight refracts back on themselves. There a chapter ends, nail firmly pounded into coffin. If the classic comedy ends in a marriage, Pym has displaced the denouement to a footnote in a follow-up novel. That could be because, despite what some of her characters think, marriage is not the ultimate Pymian gratification.
She is a comedian of manners, and a fastidious chronicler of her chosen country, whose map stretches from Anglican suburbia to country parishes and metropolitan London. But it is a misapprehension to think her work speaks only to the devout.
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There is an agnostic gospel even a nonbeliever can take away from Pym, and it goes like this: Life is full of mild, durable disappointments. It can even be funny. Her nominal purview may be narrow but her insight into the drowsy roil of human society extends to the devout and the lax.
Her gift is to find the venality that afflicts the holy and the profane alike, and to present it without malice or spite. It is nearly a banality to say she is an astute social anthropologist, given the preponderance of anthropologists in her novels. Pym, who completed her first novel at 16, kept a day job her whole writing life, at the International African Institute in London. An excellent woman might not feel the need for such an obvious statement. Pym is formidable, but she is also kind; she can be prim, but she is not stiff.
But Pym herself is wiser.