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margoroths: Every Jane Austen fan at Final Jeopardy tonight: That’s easy.

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JaneAus11840787: I like Jane Austen so much . Sense and Sensibility is the funniest novel ever. If you haven´t tasted it yet, don´t wait to do so. You´ll never regret it. A big thank you goes to Mrs. Austen.

benny275: Pride and PrejuDice is a Regency and Jane Austen themed Roll and Write. Players are using dice from a shared pool to complete 4 puzzles, each with its own unique challenges.

ftweekend: Step inside Rosings Park, the enormous country house where Lady Catherine de Bourgh lives in Jane Austen’s novel, Pride and Prejudice – the subject of this week's Fantasy Home column:

KRP_ShinYeong: “There is nothing I would not do for those who are really my friends. I have no notion of loving people by halves, it is not my nature.” ― Jane Austen, Northanger Abbey

getdrunkyayo: someone tell me to stop buying books why am i reading a jane austen inspired romance book and a 1984 graphic novel at the same time

RegencyNights: If you were spending an evening in the Regency era, what would your tipple of choice be — Spruce, Port or Champagne ? Or something entirely different? (Jane Austen speaks glowingly of Spruce in Chapter 40 of Emma, so we can be pretty darn certain what she'd go for !)

MariamSalehi: “Empire was not about the distribution of Jane Austen literature around the world, but about the extraction of wealth!”

raqahassan: When Jane austen said, " And sometimes I keep my feelings to myself, because I could find no language to describe them in," I felt that.

Liluglyquail: Hell yeah got the jane austen final jeopardy clue

janeaustencork: JANE AUSTEN'S GENTLEMEN Family Members: Francis Austen Frank Austen aged 7 bought a pony called Squirrel for £1.11s.6d.hunted it, jumping over everything and sold it two years later for £2.12s.6d.He wore Mrs Austen's well-worn red wedding outfit, cut up into jacket & breeches

myfandwy: Jane Austen stuff

Emily_Wiebe: Bridget Jones’s Diary would send Jane Austen into a coma.

JaneAustenLIVES: From this day you must be a stranger to one of your parents. Your mother will never see you again if you do not marry Mr. Collins, and I will never see you again if you do ~ Jane Austen’s Mr Bennet

ikaiiee: What I love about Jane Austen is how she wrote stories about young women being independent and opinionated and how they choose to prioritize their happiness and try make their way in the world that wanted to control them.

TF2Quotes: "You know what you and Jane Austen have in common? You're both dead women." -Sniper

BassetMom81: Now the liberals at the University of London are accusing Jane Austen of gender stereotyping. (Full disclosure, she is my most favorite author.). Northanger Abbey was written in 1817. Why do liberals have such a difficult time considering the evolution of time and events that

jim_dickinson: "Classic Jane Austen novel hit with 'gender stereotyping' trigger warning by London university"

JaneAus11840787: I am convinced Jane Austen is the best author ever . Emma will forever be the funniest novel ever. If you haven´t tried it yet, don´t wait to do so. You´ll be changed forever. I love it.

kissofviolence: sometimes the only way to talk about gerard is to quote jane austen like yeah you’ve bewitched me body and soul. if i loved you less i might be able to talk about it more

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KaptainKulk: At that point that always happens in the reading of any Jane Austen novel where you think: what would she, and her characters, make of ME? It’s cos she lets you into her confidence.

MarcIntheOC: Marked as to-read: Northanger Abbey by Jane Austen

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BP_Diamond: 5 of 5 stars to Emma by Jane Austen

In_site_updates: Jane Austen novel gets ‘gender stereotyping’ trigger warning at London university -

booksessedwhore: One of my favorite things about Jane Austen is that she knew the worst things weren’t running into some terrifying Frenchman or finding your lover's wife in the attic — it was being subjected to socializing against your will, or blurting out jokes at the most inappropriate times

barbiegirltete: "19th century man straight out of a jane austen novel" you clearly know nothing about medieval times

Independent: Jane Austen novel gets ‘gender stereotyping’ trigger warning at London university

annqlou: Jane Austen no thoughts just her writing

adiloss: OMG! It’s Jane Austen... the TikTok generation embraces new heroine When TikTok can have a good effect.. yes , it happens

lotuseatersnews: The 1817 Jane Austen novel Northanger Abbey has reportedly been given a “gender stereotyping” trigger warning at the University of Greenwich.

TodayI__: Today I fell over ABBA like Jane Austen would :-)

keirangoddard1: Not 100% on this, but I *think* publishers actually DO publish Jane Austen today?

YonathanRommel: If i loved you less, i might be able to talk about it more - Jane Austen

ThatsThe_Q: Where is Marianne? Sense and Sensibility (Jane Austen)

About1816: Among the interesting Georgians are William Hutton, self made man James Hardy Vaux, clever criminal Ellis Knight, courtier to the Royal family Jane Austen, lover of dancing Joseph Naples, Body Snatcher Elizabeth Chivers, tourist

tiktokcashcow: OMG! It's Jane Austen... the TikTok generation embraces new heroine - The Guardian

DeadPlatoBooks: airplane poem. I gave her that one the night we talked, before she left.” “Whose birth?” “Jane Austen’s. Amanda said she was her favorite, and went on and on about her. And it so happens that her final days were lived in a house next to the college, touching it in fact; a few

DeadPlatoBooks: After watching a Jane Austen documentary, and as Will attended Winchester, and although the scene was already full, and because hormonal peeks are a once in a lifetime thing, I had to squeeze this in: The rest of the day was spent entirely in the boat. Among other things, they

jnkxmnsn: emma by jane austen is so superior

gnilwoce: “but for my own part, if a book is well written, I always find it too short.” ― Jane Austen

armadill2010: But when a young lady is to be a heroine, the perverseness of forty surrounding families cannot prevent her. Something must and will happen to throw a hero in her way. (Jane Austen)

saucetomatich: Je t’aime alors que jane austen a dit "if i loved you less, i might be able to talk about it more. »

chwestrikes: of all jane austen dudes edmund is the one who annoys me the most

ylearaah: currently thinking about the fact that jane austen wrote some of the best love stories without ever experiencing love herself

tiktokcashcow: OMG! It’s Jane Austen... the TikTok generation embraces new heroine - The Guardian

sehrishxvi: It hit hard when Jane Austen wrote "if I loved you less, I might be able to talk about it more"

Carrie_SaysHi: Have we considered that Olivia is a side character in a Jane Austen novel who has fallen for the widower with 5 children? Damn, I really hope so. Jane didn't believe in unhappy endings.

TheAlexaPowell: It can be argued that one of the all-time greatest qualities you can have as a friend, family member, leader—or person in general—is loyalty. “There is nothing I would not do for those who are really my friends.” — Jane Austen

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drchrislouttit: OMG! It's Jane Austen... the TikTok generation embraces new heroine:

watsoncomedian: I'm not screenshotting it but if you *genuinely* believe Jane Austen - a woman from a well-off family writing humorous fiction about relationships - 'wouldn't be published today', I have a HUGE surprise waiting for you at every bookshop in the country.

amoxiciIlinn: jane austen adaptations, you will aways be famous

thetruelisa: The names of class mates does infact strengthen my arguements for the influences of this class be it good or bad. And, 50shades of grey also mentioned in the literature of Henry James makes for a set of quite expectable social occurrences. Jane Austen’s influence has been

JaneAustenLIVES: In vain have I struggled. It will not do. My feelings will not be repressed. You must allow me to tell you how ardently I admire and love you ~ Jane Austen

VictoriaDarcy: So thrilled remembering the moment when 'A Weekend with Mr Darcy' featured on the BBC celebrations of Jane Austen's special anniversary! And HUGE thanks to the lovely Jane Odiwe for placing my book so prominently!

ToiletGuru: Jane Austen's "Pride and Prejudice" was first published OTD in 1813

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nicoleackman16: Both Mia Goth and Toni Collette have played Harriet Smith in an adaptation of Jane Austen’s Emma. Both have given an iconic performance in a modern acclaimed horror film. Makes you think.

historycalendar: January 28, 1813 -- Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice is first published in the United Kingdom.

AdamRutherford: Even the throbbing carotids who gorge on culture war red meat must’ve seen this one and thought one or more of a) Jane Austen *is* published today 2) and was published anonymously in her lifetime iii) this is remarkably stupid even for the Telegraph spleen furnace.

softlydarcy: on january 28 1813, 210 year ago today, jane austen's pride and prejudice was published

bookhoarding: Happy birthday to Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice! Please reply with your favorite gifs, quotes and pics of all the various adaptations of this iconic novel.

RuthDE: 'I can’t imagine that any Janeite googling Jane Austen memes could not find some to laugh at. Start with the Austenite prayer: “Lord, grant me the good sense of Elinor, the patience of Anne, and the wit of Elizabeth. But mostly, please grant me Mr Darcy.”'

dumbassing: "Je t'aime" alors que Jane Austen a dit "if I loved you less, I might be able to talk about it more"

histficcompany: 2022 HFC Gold Category Winner for "Historical Romance" - "Susan: A Jane Austen Prequel" by Alice McVeigh -

aamnaqureshi_: i want to live in a jane austen novel but very specifically emma, where i'm handsome, clever, and rich, with very little to distress or vex me

wespervaneck: we’re analyzing and discussing jane austen’s work it’s never that funny

ben_304: 4 of 5 stars to Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen

edwereddie: Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice is published anonymously in London (January 28, 1813)

aprilfoolishly: wait green is the jane austen version obviously i’m getting that one

The_PBS: This is a rather finely engraved map of Bath by Rapkin from c.1850, somewhat after Jane Austen, this copy is very delicately hand coloured too.

lunaquarterly: If a book is well-written, I always find it too short. - Jane Austen

barelytolerabIe: This is just utter nonsense, and I didn’t expect anything less, but for the love of god stop using Jane Austen to bait people into reading your bigoted opinions. But I think people do it because they are under the impressions Janeites will find something to agree with.

JamesBSumner: The right-wing press is gradually filling up with content whose defining trait is not so much that it's ideologically objectionable as that it doesn't make any bleeding sense. How on Earth does the conditional work here? Jane Austen's work obviously *is* published these days.

WJBLord: 3. Persuasion (Jane Austen) My second Austen, and it didn't disappoint. Fizzing with wit, and I love her novels' constant battle between finding romantic love while jostling for status and money.

JaneAus11840787: I like Jane Austen . Nothanger Abbey will forever be better than any other work. If you haven´t bought it yet, go get a copy. You´ll like it. A big thank you goes to Mrs. Austen.

wizheadpuzzle: How Did Jane Austen’s Novels Promote Virtuous Living?

esdcloudmedia: Introducing a readers favourite - Sense and Sensibility (First Edition 1811) by Jane Austen Out of print first ever edition recreated for Kindle readers Available on Amazon!

Best___Books: On (Not) Discovering Disability in the World of Jane Austen

PatrickBVS: Jane Austen attacked slavery, snobbery, and was a groundbreaking writer who arguably invented interiority in the novel, don’t know how conservatives think she’s one of them

brokenbottleboy: 1. Jane Austen absolutely would get published 2. All her novels were published pseudonymously 3. I suspect she’d write quite differently if she’d been born in 1988

allenmendenhall: Jane Austen’s Enduring Hope

TheatreCchs: We are hard at work on the final touches of Kate Hamill’s Pride and Prejudice! This ain’t your grandma’s Jane Austen! Get your tickets now! JC Schools Staff receives one free ticket with staff ID. Student night (Wednesday, 2/1) tickets are $3 for JCSD Students with ID, cash only.

Dyson4Tea: I’m writing! ✍️ Now I wouldn’t immediately say I’m the new Jane Austen but I have just written the sentence “Gary, you utter bell end.” Poetry in motion.

realhistoryb0t: In 1902 Jane Austen was caught making fun of French people

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_blackf00tedcat: rom coms that RESPECT women and their growth: Jane Austen book club, mystic pizza, my big fat Greek wedding 1 & 2, a room with a view, sounds like love, amelie, and easy virtue.

JaneAus11840787: I am convinced Jane Austen is the best author ever . Persuasion stays a total dream. If you haven´t read it yet, dont´ hesistate. You´ll like it. I am overwhelmed.

esdcloudmedia: Introducing a readers favourite - Sense and Sensibility (First Edition 1811) by Jane Austen Out of print first ever edition recreated for Kindle readers Available on Amazon!

Ombudsmans61pe1: Woke publishers don’t stand a chance against Jane Austen

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LindaJoy: “You must be the best judge of your own happiness.” ― Jane Austen

ikakosougo2: "My heart is, and always will be, yours." — Jane Austen

dottiemaggie: 5 of 5 stars to Northanger Abbey by Jane Austen

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