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"PRIDE AND PREJUDICE" (1980) Review

As many mashabiki of Jane Austen must know, there have been several screen and televisheni adaptations of the author’s most celebrated novel, "Pride and Prejudice", published in 1813. I usually come across at least five of those versions – including the six-part BBC adaptation that aired in the U.S. in 1980. The miniseries was adapted kwa Fay Weldon and directed kwa Cyril Coke.

Only someone unfamiliar with Austen’s story would not know that "PRIDE AND PREJUDICE" told the story of Elizabeth Bennet, the second-born daughter of an English gentleman and landowner...
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Let's continue my orodha of spots connected with Jane Austen.


Part #1 was here:
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Part #2.

 Pride and Prejudice 2005
Pride and Prejudice 2005
21. Pride and Prejudice 2005

This club is dedicated to the 2005 movie adaptation of the wonderful novel, Pride and Prejudice written kwa Jane Austen.

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 Pride and Prejudice 1995
Pride and Prejudice 1995
22. Pride and Prejudice 1995

For those who upendo the BBC version of this classic novel.

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 Georgiana Darcy
Georgiana Darcy
23. Georgiana Darcy

For mashabiki of the fantastic Mr. Darcy's sis!

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 Sense and Sensibility
Sense and Sensibility
24. Sense and Sensibility

A book kwa Jane Austen.

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 Colonel Christopher Brandon
Colonel Christopher Brandon
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"SENSE AND SENSIBILITY" (1981) Review

Jane Austen's 1811 novel, "Sense and Sensibility" has been a inayopendelewa with her modern-day fans. The novel has produced at least three televisheni and two movie adaptations and a literary parody. However, this review is about the seven-part, 1981 BBC adaptation.

Directed kwa Rodney Bennett and adapted kwa Alexander Baron and Denis Constanduros, "SENSE AND SENSIBILITY" starred Irene Richards and Tracey Childs as the two main protagonists - sisters Elinor and Marianne Dashwood. The story focused on the sisters' attempts to find happiness in the tightly structured...
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"EMMA" (1972) Review

I am aware of at least four adaptation of Jane Austen's 1815 novel, "Emma". But I have noticed that the one adaptation that rarely attracts the attention of the novelist's mashabiki is the 1972 BBC miniseries, "EMMA".

Directed kwa John Glenister and adapted kwa Denis Constanduros, "EMMA" told the story of the precocious younger daughter of a wealthy landowner that resides near the village of Highbury. Emma Woodhouse imagines herself to be naturally gifted matchmaker, following her self-declared success in arranging a upendo match between her governess and Mr. Weston, a village widower....
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"NORTHANGER ABBEY" (1986) Review

Most movie and televisheni adaptations of Jane Austen’s novels are either highly acclaimed au perhaps even liked kwa mashabiki and critics alike. I can only think of two au three adaptations that have been dismissed them. And one of them happened to be the 1986 A&E Network/BBC adaptation of Austen’s 1817 novel, "Northanger Abbey".

Adapted kwa Maggie Wadey, "NORTHANGER ABBEY" follows the experiences of seventeen-year-old Gothic novel aficionado, Catherine Morland, who is invited kwa her parents’ friends, Mr. and Mrs. Allen, to accompany them on a visit to Bath,...
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Below is a look at the fictional rogues - male and female - created kwa Jane Austen in the six published novels written kwa her. So, without further ado . . .


JANE AUSTEN'S ROGUE GALLERY

John Willoughby - "Sense and Sensibility" (1811)

John Willoughby is a handsome young single man with a small estate, but has expectations of inheriting his aunt's large estate. Also, Willoughby driven kwa the his own pleasures, whether amusing himself with whatever woman crossed his path, au via marrying in order to obtain wealth to fuel his profligate ways. He does not value emotional connection and is willing...
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Calling all Jane Austen fans!!
link is a newly opened RPG site, dedicated to all Jane Austen characters and books. wewe have the opportunity to be a Jane Austen character, au even create your own regency character!
With very few members, the majority of Austen's own characters are up for grabs!!
The only canon characters taken at the moment are Mr and Mrs Bennet, so plenty of places available.
Come and have a look around, and jiunge if wewe so wish (please read the rules before hand though!)
Thanks alot guys!
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We had a little countdown dedicated to our favourite books.
As for me, it's too hard to decide which book I upendo the least (which one I upendo the most I know though). But the order of these almost equally great vitabu is a very hard decision to make.

Anyway, here are our results.
Enjoy!


 Northanger Abbey
Northanger Abbey
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Northanger Abbey was the first of Jane Austen's novels to be completed for publication, but it's only the sixth in our list.
The novel follows seventeen-year-old Gothic novel aficionado Catherine Morland and family Marafiki Mr. and Mrs. Allen as they visit Bath, England. Catherine is in Bath...
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MARY AND HENRY CRAWFORD IN "MANSFIELD PARK"

Every time I read an makala au review about Jane Austen's 1814 novel, "MANSFIELD PARK", the authors of these makala always maoni on the unpopularity of the novel's leading character, Fanny Price. I could say the same about most makala and reviews on the novel's televisheni and movie adaptations. Time and again, both critics and others claim that most Austen mashabiki have a low opinion of Fanny Price. At the same time, these same commentators like to point out the popularity of the novel's antagonists, Henry and Mary Crawford.

The first time I had...
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"CONSEQUENCES OF LUST"

All of Jane Austen's completed novels were first published during the Regency decade between 1810 and 1819, leaving present-day mashabiki to celebrate the 200th anniversaries of each novel during this decade (2010-2019). Among those novels are "PRIDE AND PREJUDICE", now celebrating its bicentennial anniversary and "MANSFIELD PARK", which will be doing the same inayofuata year.

"PRIDE AND PREJUDICE" told the story of five daughters of an English landowner named Mr. Bennet, whose wife is desperate to find husbands for them all. The novel was written from the viewpoint of Mr. Bennet's...
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"PRIDE AND PREJUDICE" (1940) Review

There have been at least eight adaptations of "Pride and Prejudice", Jane Austen's 1813 novel. But as far as I know, only four are well known au constantly mentioned kwa many of the novelist's present-day fans. And one of the four happens to be the movie adapted in 1940 kwa Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.

Directed kwa Robert Z. Leonard, "PRIDE AND PREJUDICE" told the story of the five unmarried daughters of a 19th century English landowner and the efforts of his shrill wife to get them married before his estate is inherited kwa a distant male cousin. For years, this version...
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SOCIAL CLASS AND THE BENNET FAMILY IN "PRIDE AND PREJUDICE"

Considering how long I have been a shabiki of Jane Austen’s 1813 novel, "PRIDE AND PREJUDICE" and its numerous televisheni and movie adaptations, I am surprised that I have never considered something about its heroine, Elizabeth Bennet, and her family. Ever since I have been kusoma numerous makala about the novel and its adaptations, I have noticed that many have labeled the Bennet family as members of the middle-class au the upper middle-class in Regency England. And it finally occurred to me that many of these mashabiki were in error....
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Man considers himself the creator of all, even god for that matter! He thinks of himself as the master of his destiny, the controller of all events and the ultimate doer!

All of this is completely true! But one thing goes missing in this theory. It is the fact that man, to do everything that he does, has to fall upon something for motivation and inspiration.

Different strokes for different folks may be the case here, but one stroke that stands common is movies. Accept it au deny it, sinema play a very important role in motivating a man. Not only do they motivate us, they also assist us in developing...
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Hi ladies, we are going to organize soon a MEETING shabiki about Jane Austen and her stories, in Riccione (Italy) for the end of September actually on the BEACH!
If wewe are a shabiki about her uandishi and in her romances, Pride and Prejudice and others, au in her characters Mr. Darcy and Elizabeth Bennet.. wewe are the RIGHT PERSON who could be a very special Guest at our Meeting!

Write us for details on:
ilclubdijaneausten@gmail.com

au visit website:
www.sofaandcarpet.blogspot.com
(only in italian, but if wewe write us, we are going to translate for you!)

We are waiting for people of every country to meet each other in this great event "CELEBRATION JANE" who will be the FIRST EDITION ready to attend every women who would be Lost in her own AUSTEN, among other same ladies!!!

See wewe soon..!!
ilclubdijaneausten@gmail.com

Chiara
"PERSUASION" (1971) Review

This adaptation of Jane Austen’s 1818 novel turned out to be the first of the old Jane Austen televisheni adaptations that the BBC aired during the 1970s and 80s. Produced and directed kwa Howard Baker, and adapted kwa Julian Mitchell; this two-part miniseries starred Ann Firbanks and Bryan Marshall.

As many mashabiki of Austen’s novel would know, ”PERSUASION” told the story of Anne Elliot, the middle daughter of a vain and spendthrift baronet, who finds herself reunited with her former finance, a Naval officer of lesser birth named Frederick Wentworth. Eight years...
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There are a lot of spots on fanpop dedicated to Jane Austen, her novels and characters.

I'll try to write about all of them here in my article.

Enjoy and join!!!!


Let's begin.


Part #1.


 Emma
Emma
1. Emma

The spot for everything to do with Jane Austen's Emma.

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 Emma (television serial)
Emma (television serial)
2. Emma (television serial)

PBS's new show, Emma, based on Jane Austen's masterpiece.

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 Emma and Mr. Knightley
Emma and Mr. Knightley
3. Emma and Mr. Knightley

A couple from Jane Austen's novel "Emma".

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 Mr. Knightley
Mr. Knightley
4. Mr. Knightley

Mr. George Knightley from Jane Austen's novel "Emma".

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 Mansfield Park
Mansfield Park
5. Mansfield...
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"PERSUASION" (1995) Review

Twenty-four years after the BBC aired its 1971 version of Jane Austen’s 1818 novel, ”Persuasion”; and twelve years before ITV aired its adaptation; Columbia Pictures released its own version on British televisheni and in movie theaters across the U.S. The movie went on to become highly acclaimed, the winner of a BAFTA TV award for Best Single Drama, and regarded as the definitive version of Austen’s novel.

Directed kwa Roger Michell, ”PERSUASION” told the story of Anne Elliot, the middle daughter of an impoverished baronet in Regency England. Seven au eight...
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"MANSFIELD PARK" (1983) Review

Long before Patricia Rozema wrote and directed her 1999 adaptation of "Mansfield Park", Jane Austen’s 1814 novel, the BBC aired its own adaptation some sixteen years earlier. This one came in the form of a six-part miniseries and is regarded kwa many Austen mashabiki as the definitive screen version of the novel.

"MANSFIELD PARK" told the story of Fanny Price, the oldest daughter of a former Royal Navy officer, who is sent kwa her parents to live with her wealthy aunt and uncle-in-law, Sir Thomas and Lady Bertram, at their estate called Mansfield Park, during the early...
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"SENSE AND SENSIBILITY" (1971) Review

For some reason, I still find it hard to believe that until recently, very few people were aware that the first adaptation of Jane Austen's 1811 novel, "Sense and Sensibility", dated as far back as 1971. After all, people have been aware of other Austen adaptations during this same period au earlier. Even the Wikipedia site fails to mention it, except in connection with one of the cast members. What was about this four-part miniseries that eluded so many Austen fans?


In "SENSE AND SENSIBILITY", a wealthy landowner named Mr. Dashwood dies, leaving his two...
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