Are you caught up with your Pride and Prejudice reading? We’re about to start Chapter 8. If you need to read the first five chapters, you can do so on my Pride and Prejudice chronological page which contains the entire book thus far.
Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen
At . . . → Read More: Pride and Prejudice, Chapter 8
I realize “back then” marrying off your daughters was important, but holy cow… Mrs. Bennet is a piece of work! I don’t understand why Mr. Bennet doesn’t stand up to her. I guess the book wouldn’t be as interesting if he did.
Are you caught up with your Pride and Prejudice reading? We’re . . . → Read More: Pride and Prejudice, Chapter 7
I’ve been “people watching” a lot recently. OK… I’ve actually been a bit obsessed with Pride and Prejudice lately. I’ve watched the movies (1995 and 2005) a “few” times over the last couple of weeks.
I really have been “people watching”. Since I’ve seen the movies several times and now I’m watching the . . . → Read More: Pride and Prejudice, Chapter 6
If you can recall from over a year ago, one of my favorite books is Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice. It is one of my favorite love stories.
I realize that it’s been over a year since I posted I Pride and Prejudice chapter. I’m sorry. Part of the reason I stopped was . . . → Read More: Pride and Prejudice, Chapter 5
The Offspring is taking five AP courses this year. The textbooks are super-duper heavy. … OK, this doesn’t sound too funny, so why am I writing this for my “Friday Funny”? The funny part is coming, I promise.
Last year we started buying used copies of her textbooks so she could have a . . . → Read More: Friday Funny – A Letter from My Books
I love how Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice chapters are so short. Sorry it’s been months since I posted Chapter 3. It makes for a quick read.
Have you read the first three chapters?
Does it bother you when someone speaks their mind or do you feel it’s a breath of fresh air? . . . → Read More: Pride and Prejudice, Chapter 4