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Review: ‘Pride and Prejudice and Zombies’ blends action and eloquence Special

‘Pride and Prejudice and Zombies’ is an adaptation of an adaptation that delivers its own take on the classic mash-up by further rewriting history and clearly defining the line between good and evil.

Review: ‘Pride and Prejudice and Zombies’ — Trailer

With everything from ball gowns to beheadings, 'Pride and Prejudice and Zombies’ ain’t your English teacher’s Jane Austen.

Photo essay: Christmastime at the Francis Hotel, Bath Special

Bath - The Francis Hotel in Bath (U.K.) is charming, exquisitely decorated and lively place. Many of the themes reflected Georgian splendor, with a touch of Jane Austen detail.

New technique to reduce arsenic levels in rice

Delaware - Levels of arsenic in rice presents a major toxicity risk to millions of people. Scientists are experimenting with a new bacterium to see if the organism can reduce arsenic deposits down to a safe level.

Review: Jane Austen's Guide to Life

If Jane Austen, who authored some of classic literature's most famous love stories, (i.e. Pride and Prejudice) were alive today, what would she make of our quest for romance today? Lori Smith, an Austen scholar and adorer gives readers a new insight.

The Other Jane Austen: Lost Portrait Revealed

London - A new portrait of one of the world’s most successful yet least pictured authors has been found. Since only one, amateur, portrait of Jane Austen is known, this is significant news for fans across the globe.

Even Jane Austen wouldn’t get a publisher these days- literally

Yep, it’s true. Somebody sent 18 chapters of Jane Austen novels to publishers. Only one of them figured out they had a copy of Pride and Prejudice. The others didn’t want to know. What a surprise.

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Published by Penguin Press (2011) William Deresiewicz memoir speaks about how six Jane Austen novels...
Published by Penguin Press (2011) William Deresiewicz memoir speaks about how six Jane Austen novels taught the Yale professor about love, friendship and the things that really matter (in life).

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