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austenchanted:

my favourite portrayals of Austen heroes / heroines


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Emma Approved episode 40 / episode 72


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JJ Feild as Henry Nobley in Austenland

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JJ Feild as Henry Nobley in Austenland


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James McAvoy as Tom Lefroy


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Death comes to Pemberley BBC 2013, episode 1

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Death comes to Pemberley BBC 2013, episode 1


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austenchanted:

my favourite Austen heroine portrayals


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During the next few days I did what any normal girl would do. I sent myself love letters, and flowers, and candy, just so he’d see how desired I was, in case he didn’t already know.
And, anything you can do to draw attention to your mouth is good.
Also, sometimes you have to show a little skin. This reminds guys of being naked, and then they think of sex.

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Pride & Prejudice (2005) + Photoshop


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Proud parents Emma & Alex


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Pride & Prejudice (France - UK - USA, 2005)


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Elizabeth: How did it begin?
Mr. Darcy: I cannot fix the hour, or the spot, or the look. It was too long ago and I was in the middle before I knew I had begun.

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“‘The reason is women.” He slammed his book shut. ‘Women make life impossible until the man has to be the one to end it. There is no working it out past a certain point. How can anyone work out the lunacy?’

Mr. Nobley took a ragged breath, then his face went red as he seemed to realize what he’d said, where he was.” – Austenland by Shannon Hale