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It’s time to party like its 1815 (Jane Austen style) – aka Classics Retold

10 Sep

classics retold

Ok, so I’ll admit that I’m a bit behind getting my first classics retold post up, but better late than never right? I’m also a bit behind in getting all of my books read (umm…no excuse there…just my normal too many books, too little time). But that being said, I’m finished my classic and watched one of the movie versions so far (a modern take on Emma). I still have a graphic novel that is in progress, 2 more movie versions (if I can get them from the library again) and 4 re-tellings…so plenty of books to go and hopefully, i’ll be able to fit them in.

I’m looking forward to this month and hope that others are too 😉

 
3 Comments

Posted by on September 10, 2013 in Reading Events

 

3 responses to “It’s time to party like its 1815 (Jane Austen style) – aka Classics Retold

  1. Lance

    September 10, 2013 at 1:25 am

    Looking forward to your reviews. Don’t beat yourself up over too many books and too little time
    I have the same issue. Although later in the month…Amtrak rides between Albany and Minneapolis will go a long way to getting caught up!

     
  2. Rosalind James

    September 14, 2013 at 1:19 am

    Can’t wait! I have a fatal weakness myself for Jane Austen book (and movie) themes, eager to hear what you read & saw and what you thought so I know where to get my next fix. (As you may have noticed, I did it myself recently . . . .Can’t . . . fight . . . it . . . too . . . . strong . . . . )

     
    • Dee

      September 16, 2013 at 11:53 pm

      haha – I’ve watched Clueless so far, and reading the Emma Graphic Novel right now. I have Mr Knightly’s Diary on the pile, as well as Jane Fairfax

       

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