Here we go again smashing the patriarchy. Happy Father’s Day! Plus: the most romantic apology in all of fiction, and glimpses of Darcy and Knightley as…
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We needed this, and Jane Austen started it. Also: let's revisit Kate Bush.
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‘I think if there’s a well-enough rendered sense of sexual tension, the reader will read almost anything.” –Sally Rooney, speaking on The Cut podcast
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Adrian Lukis has had some time to think about Jane Austen bad guys. His ‘Being Mr. Wickham' incorporates Regency history, scandal, and unexpected…
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Some of the ‘elegant females’ wield power. Some are downright dangerous.
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She deploys distractions, decoys and asides that are wildly absurd, wickedly sarcastic and consciously subversive and inventive, challenging our ideas…
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We’re celebrating Pride with ‘Fire Island’ and ‘Gentleman Jack’. We're reading Regency books. And we’re blowing past our first birthday with the Austen…
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Sometimes the best family is the one we create for ourselves.
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Real romance, the Regency, and flowery fakery
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They're Byronic, gallant, cash-strapped and capturing hearts
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Jane Austen, HEAs, and other complications for an imperfect world
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Have a Happy Valentine's Day
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