By now, many of you Austinites are as addicted to the first two episodes of Death Comes to Pemberley like the rest of us. You may be wondering what will happen to wily Wickham and how he will escape being blamed for sweet Capt. Denny’s death. If you haven’t had the opportunity to watch this fun … More Fan Fiction Film: Death Comes to Pemberley, Episode 3
For those of you who want a quick overview of Pride & Prejudice, Studybay has boiled the 432 page book that took the BBC five hours to show audiences in the 1995 Pride & Prejudice film into one page. Enjoy, Austenites! – Just Jane
Did you enjoy Death Comes to Pemberley, episode 1? If you haven’t seen it, you can watch it here, on our 3,000 Letters Post. To find out about how the mystery and murder unfolds, watch episode 2 here:
Many people wonder how life was for Jane Austen as she sat at her small writing table and created works during a time when women were limited. It was frowned upon for women to choose a career, such as writing novels, over motherhood. Although, one could argue that Jane gave birth to plenty of children, as gleaned in the … More If Jane’s Desk Could Talk…
With all of the hoopla over Jane’s Austen’s Pride & Prejudice and series of books that study love and relationships, it seems there is always a new book or film coming out that hark back to Jane’s stories. One of the latest is the BBC murder mystery, Death Comes to Pemberley, based upon the acclaimed book series by … More Fan Fiction Films: Death Comes to Pemberley
Have you ever wondered about the locations where Jane Austen’s stories took place? Pride & Prejudice unfolded in Derbyshire and Kent while Persuasion, the last book written by Jane, was set in her final resting place of Bath. Jane was strict about only writing about places where she knew the locations and advised younger writers to do the same. … More Tour Jane Austen’s England
In a funny turn of events, Emma Thompson accepts an award for Sense & Sensibility, and channels her inner Jane Austen in the acceptance speech. To watch the complete speech, go to YouTube Emma Thompson Pretended to Be Jane Austen. Cheers, Austenites!