JaneAusten,

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JaneAusten,

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JaneAusten,

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He loves her so much 
I love him because he never gave up.



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JaneAusten,

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Lady Catherine wanted to separate them but she did the opposite.


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Sense and Sensibility - Proposal

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Edward Ferrars:
Miss Dashwood... Elinor.
I came here with no expectation. After everything that's happened, you have every right to turn me away this instant. But I cannot leave here without conveying the intensity of my feelings for you.I loved you at Norland, almost from our first encounter.I could not express it then, as I was bound by my promise to Lucy, but I think you felt it, and were puzzled and hurt by my lack of openness with you.
Let me be open now.
Every day since I first saw you, my love for you has grown.
Elinor, I know I have no right to hope, but I must ask...

Can you forgive me?
Can you love me?
Will you marry me?



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Mansfield Park - Kiss

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Edmund Bertram: Fanny, I've loved you my whole life.

Fanny Price: I know, Edmund.

Edmund Bertram: No... I've loved you as a man loves a woman. As a hero loves a heroine. As I have never loved anyone.


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Persuasion - Kiss

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Anne: Captain ... Captain, I am in receipt of your proposal and am minded to accept it. Thank you.

Wentworth: Are you quite certain?

Anne: I am. I am determined. I will. And nothing, you may be sure, will ever persuade me otherwise.



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Nortanger Abbey Proposal

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Catherine Morland: He thought I was rich?

Henry Tilney: It was Thorpe who mislead him at first. Thorpe who hoped to marry you himself. He thought you were Mr. Allen’s heiress and he exaggerated Mr. Allen’s birth to my father. You were only guilty of not being as rich as you were supposed to be. For that he turned you out of the house.

Catherine Morland: I thought you were so angry with me, you told him what you knew. Which would have justified any discourtesy.

Henry Tilney: No! The discourtesy was all his. I-I have broken with my father Catherine, I may never speak to him again.

Catherine Morland: What did he say to you?

Henry Tilney: Let me instead tell you what I said to him. I told him that I felt myself bound to you, by honor, by affection, and by a love so strong that nothing he could do could deter me from ...

Catherine Morland: From what?

Henry Tilney: Before I go on I should tell you there’s a pretty good chance he’ll disinherit me. I fear I may never be a rich man Catherine.

Catherine Morland: Please, go on with what you were going to say!

Henry Tilney: Will you marry me Catherine?

Catherine Morland: Yes! Yes I will! Yes!


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P&P US END

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Mr. Darcy: How are you this evening, my dear?

Elizabeth Bennet: Very well... although I wish you would not call me "my dear."

Mr. Darcy: [chuckles] Why?

Elizabeth Bennet: Because it's what my father always calls my mother when he's cross about something.

Mr. Darcy: What endearments am I allowed?

Elizabeth Bennet: Well let me think..."Lizzy" for every day, "My Pearl" for Sundays, and..."Goddess Divine"... but only on *very* special occasions.

Mr. Darcy: And... what should I call you when I am cross? Mrs. Darcy...?

Elizabeth Bennet: No! No. You may only call me "Mrs. Darcy"... when you are completely, and perfectly, and incandescently happy.

Mr. Darcy: [he snickers] Then how are you this evening... Mrs. Darcy?
[kisses her on the forehead]

Mr. Darcy: Mrs. Darcy...
[kisses her on the right cheek]

Mr. Darcy: Mrs. Darcy...
[kisses her on the nose]

Mr. Darcy: Mrs. Darcy...
[kisses her on the left cheek]

Mr. Darcy: Mrs. Darcy...
[finally kisses her on the mouth]


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I love persuasion

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Persuasion is without doubt one of my favorite books. It shows that love can beats distance, time, prejudice, pride, hurt, disappointment ... 
My favorite part is when Captain Wentworth realizes that his pride blinded him, hurt the woman he loved and his love for Anne is still higher than the 7 years ago. 
Anne Elliot is everything a woman should be, wise, patient, sweet, fulfills all your duties to the society and never show their concerns and disappointments.
Captain Wentworth is smart and ambitious, throughout history it becomes more wise when he realizes that he can't let his pride blind him, he has to be more understanding towards people.
I think Anne Elliot made ​​him a best person and without doubt they are the cutest couple of the stories of Jane Austen.


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Charlotte Lucas - Pride and Prejudice

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Charlotte Lucas is the character that most closely matches the women of that time. Previously women had to for the duty ahead of love, they all hoped to fall in love with her ​​husband after the wedding, I like to think that this happened to almost all and that love was reciprocated. 
We have the freedom to choose love but we don't appreciate it.
I wish Charlotte Lucas had found a man who really loved but our beloved Jane Austen wanted to show her reality through it.


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NEWS

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http://www.gulf-times.com/entertainment/240/details/390988/belle-makers-go-where-jane-austen-never-dared

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