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Pride and Prejudice and Zombies: Book

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After the film, I can't wait to start reading the book. My expectations are very high but I'm sure that I will like. I don't know if any of you read the book but let me know if that happen and give me your opinion :)

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World Book Day - "The best author, Jane Austen: "Sense and Sensibility"

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"Sense and Sensibility" was a book that has deceived me. The ending was not what I was planning, it was much better! I think both main characters are very different, in fact the opposite,
Of the two, I can say that I identify more with Marianne. She is a lively girl, adventuress, impulsive, romantic, dedicated, ambitious and loves music just like me. I can say that when I read the book I changed my opinion on certain subjects, in particular on the exposition of my feelings.
Like her, I fell in love with a man who disappointed me. It was good to happen to me while I was reading the book because I grew up with her and she ended up helping me to move on. I'm still a little bit like Mariana yet I've learned to control myself, and I know she did the same. Elinor is a character that I admire so much. She has a strength, an ability to cope with all the dramas. I think in this aspect we see a bit of Jane Austen because she had to have the ability to hear everything from everyone, good or bad.

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World Book Day - "The best author, Jane Auste: Pride and Prejudice"

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For me, this is the best novel ever!
From the beginning, it was always a book that made me want to read more and more. In each chapter, there is a new emotion, a new drama, a new disappointment and a new lesson. We learn something new about the characters and in the end, everything is clear. Everything happened for a reason and this is what makes the whole story so special!
With this book I have learned that we must not let our pride speak for us because sometimes we want to be so superior that we do not realize that we can make mistakes, making mistakes is part of life. It's ok.

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World Book Day - "The best author, Jane Austen"

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Today is the World Book Day and, of course, we decided to take the opportunity to talk about all the novels of Jane Austen.
I will share what I have learned about each of them and I hope you do the same.
You can do it through our blog by leaving a comment or using our facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/janeaustenfanlp/




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2005,

Keira Knightley as Elizabeth Bennet in Pride and Prejudice - 2005

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16april,

WORLD VOICE DAY

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Our present is the result of our past. Today we are who we are because there were great people who fought for justice, spoke louder, making the world a better place. Jane Austen face a harsh and prejudiced society, despite being seen merely as "a poor woman." But we know she was much more than that! She chose writing as a way to express herself because writing was her voice!

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Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen, adapted by Ian Edginton and Robert Deas

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Recently, nemo publisher launched a graphic novel Pride and Prejudice, rewritten by Ian Edington and designed by Robert Deas. It's like bringing a black and white film to color without taking his class.

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2008,

The Duchess (Movie 2008)

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"After all, one cannot be moderately dead or moderately loved or moderately free " - The Duchess

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Emma,

Emma (1995)

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“Marry me. Marry me, my wonderful, darling friend.” - Mr. Knightly 

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Miss Austen Regrets (2008)

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“And love still dies and money still vanishes. And, spinster, lover, wife, every woman has regrets. So we read about your heroines and feel young again. And in love. And full of hope. As if we can make that choice again. ”

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