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The Books: “Sense and Sensibility” (Jane Austen)

Daily Book Excerpt: Adult fiction: Sense and Sensibility – by Jane Austen. I know Willoughby is a user. And a weak man. And what he did was unforgivable. And Marianne is well to be rid of him. But for me, … Continue reading

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1001 Books You Must Read Before You Die

Jessa Crispin has an interesting interview with Peter Boxall, editor of 1001 Books You Must Read Before You Die. I loved what Boxall said at the end: “Having benefited from an extraordinary number of emails and letters as well as … Continue reading

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The Marianne Problem

I just want to link to this while I have a moment free – I read it this morning and have been thinking about it, off and on, all day. Anne talks about what she calls “The Marianne Problem” – … Continue reading

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