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Stakes and Satiability – Part 3

Looking for the beginning of my Jane Austen-Bram Stoker mashup? Part 1 Part 2 After having spent a fitful night asleep at his desk tormented by dreams which ranged from blackest nightmare to flights...

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Stakes and Satiability- Part 2

“Sisters are prone to jealousy, Mr. Blackabee. Some cannot bear to know that one of them wants something that they cannot all have.”

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Pride and Prejudice: The Gropeless Romantic

Despite the seemingly dry subject matter, it’s super hot. Pride and Prejudice sizzles inasmuch as something first published in 1813 is allowed to sizzle.

Talk to Me Like I’m Stupid: Jane Austen Edition

Why is Jane Austen so popular with modern, feminist women? A serious question for OT’s women, feminists, fans of early 19th-century literature, or anyone else, really.

Jane Austen, philosophical psychologist

Here’s kind of an odd, but very interesting post, arguing that Jane Austen is a better moral philosopher than a writer, and she’s not a writer with much psychological insight. I think the contrast between...