27.03.2012 [Village Voice] - Clueless (1995), Amy Heckerling's sunny girl-power update of Jane Austen's Emma, also waggishly acknowledges backstabbing among besties. "Would you call me selfish?" Alicia Silverstone's Cher asks Stacey Dash's Dionne. Her response: "No, not to your
Jane Austen, (born December 16, 1775, Steventon, Hampshire, England—died July 18, 1817, Winchester, Hampshire), English writer who first gave the novel its distinctly modern character through her treatment of ordinary people in everyday life. She published four novels during her lifetime: Sense and Sensibility (1811), ...
28.03.2012 [Broadway World] - ... a wild and wacky comedy by Larry Shue; Good People, a poignant look at the "haves" and "have-nots" and a standout hit of the 2011 Broadway season by Tony Award-winner David Lindsay-Abaire; a fresh adaptation of Jane Austen's timeless classic
13.03.2012 [Wake Forest University News Center] - “'Talking' and Reading Shakespeare: King Henry VIII and the Performance of Self in Jane Austen's Mansfield Park,” The Wordsworth Circle, vol. 39.1-2, Winter/Spring 2008 Susan Harlan studies literary portrayals of war. In particular, she examines how
"What Became of Jane Austen?" Spectator, Oct. 4, 1957: 339-40. Rpt. in Watt 141-44. Armstrong, Isobel. Jane Austen: Mansfield Park. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1988. Auerbach, Nina. "Jane Austen's Dangerous Charm: Feeling as One Ought about Fanny Price." In Todd 208-23. Austen, Jane. Mansfield Park. Ed. Claudia L.
27.03.2012 [This is Bath] - Some of the costumes and outfits that have adorned the actors in the many Jane Austen films and TV dramas over the years have been sold in an online auction organised by Bath's Jane Austen Centre. Bafta and Emmy award-winning designer Andrea Galer said
27.03.2012 [Peoria Journal Star (blog)] - Jane Austen and Elizabeth Bennet: Let's not even joke, I wish I were half as quick-witted as Elizabeth Bennet! She proved that a girl need not bend to convention to fall in love. She's exceedingly clever, prideful (a given), and a bit stubborn
27.03.2012 [This is South Wales] - From the stoic to the feisty and the silly, Jane Austen's female characters were always well-drawn, and a performance by Rebecca Vaughan at Neath's Gwyn Hall tomorrow, from 7.30pm, takes a look at what they tell us about Austen's age.
27.03.2012 [io9] - Anyone can posit "Jane Austen, but with a little magic", but developing that into a serious book is tougher. With Shades of Milk and Honey I wanted to see if I could fit fantasy into a Jane Austen plot structure. That meant that my main character had
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26.03.2012 [Universe.byu.edu] - Students presented on a wide variety of topics, from dualism to examination of Jane Austen's works. The papers were arranged in panels with similar themes. Friday was dedicated to student presentations and closed with a keynote speaker, Trenton Hickman
18.03.2012 [NJ.com] - By Greg Hatala/The Star-Ledger SCOTCH PLAINS — Scotch Plains Public Library will mark the 200th anniversary of Charles Dickens' birth and Jane Austen's influence on 21st century popular culture with a series of films and lectures.
20.03.2012 [Books LIVE (blog)] - Her prose, he says, “is as clear and crisp as Jane Austen's”: My father grew up in Cape Town's District Six. He was a librarian there until he came to England in the Fifties. He brought with him a love of his homeland's jazz and theatre and literature.
27.03.2012 [AZ Snake Pit] - though, to be fair, I doubt they'd be passing out Jane Austen novels). Still, I venture a look up to see what the literature is... Poll the audience time: do you know what it's like to be deeply upset by the fact that it is not socially acceptable to
08.03.2012 [This is Nottingham] - Despite the competition, she made her mark and Priestley was the man who described her as "the Jane Austen of the 20th century". Her first novel was Young Anne, published by Jonathan Cape. Greenbanks followed and became a bestseller
06.03.2012 [Daily Trojan Online] - By tara sim · Daily Trojan In the modern world of live entertainment, Jane Austen UnScripted is a true gem. Skillfully executed by Impro Theatre company, the play is completely improvised and powered by the viewers' suggestions.
07.03.2012 [Salt Lake Tribune] - By ben Fulton From Shakespeare to Jane Austen, and now Charlotte Bronte and Lewis Carroll, Utah author Jennifer Adams has a wonderful knack for turning classic literature into children's books with just the right amount of charm and reverence.
14.03.2012 [San Diego Reader] - Blessed with a clear day, I created my must-see and -do list: Winchester Cathedral, The Great Hall with the Round Table, Jane Austen's house, and a visit to a pub for lunch. Anything else seen along the way would be a bonus, and usually it's these
26.03.2012 [The New York Review of Books (blog)] - Jane Austen, we recall, loved to write in domestic spaces where she was open to constant interruption. Proponents of “the world needs stories” thesis are legion, but one of the more elaborate statements comes in Salman Rushdie's novel Haroun and the
22.03.2012 [East Lothian Courier] - TWENTY one years in the making and designed by a famous architect who died before he could see its completion, Gosford House near Longniddry is undeniably a magnificent property that appears to have sprung straight from the pages of a Jane Austen novel
15.03.2012 [Londonist] - But with Austentatious there is a least a very particular theme: the lost novels of Jane Austen. Our Jane was such a bloody genius that of course she produced more than six finished works. It's the job of this troupe to recreate them, one at a time