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Exquisite Excerpt from “The Mysterious Death of Mr. Darcy”

THE MYSTERIOUS DEATH OF MR. DARCY My last release from Ulysses Press is available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and Books-a-Million, as well as eBook formats. THE MYSTERIOUS DEATH OF MR. DARCY is a cozy mystery set in Dorset, and … Continue reading

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Austen’s Most Infamous “Bad Boy,” George Wickham ~ What Do We Know of Him?

Austen’s favorite bad boy, Mr. George Wickham, is a fan favorite, as well. I thought we might take a closer look at George Wickham’s importance to the Pride and Prejudice’s plot. For a minor character, with few lines and little … Continue reading

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My Good Opinion Once Lost is Lost For Ever

Fitzwilliam Darcy is a major, but minor, character in Jane Austen’s “Pride and Prejudice.” Although he plays a major role in the story’s outcome, after all, Darcy is the romantic hero of the piece, he is not in every scene. … Continue reading

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An Intervention with Mr. Wickham

(Applause) Voice Over: Welcome to the Doctor Richard Belton Show. Please place your hands together for our resident psychologist, Doctor Richard. (Applause) Doctor Richard: Good Afternoon and Welcome. We have an interesting program planned for you today. Our guests have … Continue reading

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Pride & Prejudice Retelling – Darcy Attempts to Forget Elizabeth Bennet – Part 2

“So, Darcy, where do you go from here?” The words choked him, but he managed to say, “I know my duty; the Darcy name and Pemberley must survive. I must forget Elizabeth Bennet and find a suitable match. I am … Continue reading

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Pride & Prejudice Retelling – Darcy Attempts to Forget Elizabeth Bennet – Part One

(Note: In my versions of Pride and Prejudice, I give Colonel Fitzwilliam the name “Edward,” my father’s name.) “I am pleased you have come so quickly, Edward,” Georgiana said as she served his tea. “Your note said it was important,” he … Continue reading

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Pride & Prejudice 2005 and Voyeurism

This is a film where the spectator enjoys a lesson in Voyeurism 101. We follow the story as we view the characters through windows, eavesdrop on them through doors, read over their shoulders, stand behind them while they are conversing, … Continue reading

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Actions Speak Louder Than Words: Movie Discussion of 1995’s Pride and Prejudice

In reading Jane Austen, one can easily imagine the Austen children acting out a play created by the boisterous Jane. Her novels have all the elements of drama: a small cast, limited settings, and no special effects. In this manner, … Continue reading

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Actions Speak Louder Than Words: Movie Discussion of Pride and Prejudice 1995

In reading Jane Austen, one can easily imagine the Austen children acting out a play created by the boisterous Jane. Her novels have all the elements of drama: a small cast, limited settings, and no special effects. In this manner, … Continue reading

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Book Review – The Phantom of Pemberley

(by Kelly Yanke Deltenar of http://www.examiner.com) The Phantom of Pemberley by Regina Jeffers is a sequel to Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice with a murder mystery twist. And although I’ve read Jeffers before (all of her other books, as a … Continue reading

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