It’s unimaginable that Jane Austen did not write P & P, Is it not? But is it possible? And imagine what would happen if you had proof.
Jane Austin, her sister and mother visit their brother’s parsonage but they wind up at a dangerous house party for the twelve days of Christmas. Will Jane fall: in love or over dead, before she is able to solve the mystery with her detective skills?
Imagine you wake up in another person’s life — 200 years in the future.
Jane, whose life is contemporaneous to Jane Austen’s life, wakes up in the 21st Century. Life lessons, and scrutiny of the differences and similarities of life then and now are interestingly and amusingly explored.
If one were to judge by the number of books of this type, it is an apparently common fantasy to awaken in Jane Austen’s time in a story like one of her novels. Would that work for you? Lack of bathrooms, ready to wear and body odor would do me in. What about you?
by fangswandsfairy • Movie, Review - Other than Written Word • Tags: Austenland, Colin Firth, Croquet, Darcy, destinations, jane austen, Jennifer Coolidge, Keri Russell, Mr. Darcy, Regency period, Shannon Hale, vacation
Jane, whose Austen-fandom and devotion to Mr. Darcy, has made her life a bit strange, caused her to lose boyfriends and had her friends consider intervention, goes on an Austen-themed immersion vacation.
About Entailment and Primogeniture
The laws of inheritance are often the theme of Historic Fiction which shows the human cost of this patriarchal practice.
Some years ago while volunteering at the Tate House Museum in Portland, Maine, I learned of a beverage called flip. It was popular in England and the American Colonies in the 17th and 18th centuries. It seems we often come across names of beverages that seem odd when we read historical fiction or historic classics […]