JC — Thanks, Colonel. Besides, you yourself cannot make up your mind. Jane Austen's Textual Lives: There is pattern in the films with these sort of egotistical, extraverted group-leader characters. Until eventually you get the voice and autonomy of the characters, the characters have personality, and they sort of pick up the weight and put it on their shoulders.
I see that Sourcebooks will come out with your novel in October. Is your blog, Regency Ramble, a natural extension of the research you do for your novels? CF — Thank you.
I saw the series with Collin Firth and Jennifer Ehle. CF — Caroline was right. How can one secure a gentleman such as he? Yet hearts are still very much the same. JC — Thank you, Colonel Fitzwilliam. Tell me a little about your creative process. As it is your st birthday, what guidance can you dispense in regard to aging gracefully?
I have to say Lizzie Bennet and Mr. She has make it look fresh and new, and utterly romantic.
And the point of all this? I am always so pleased when you pop by the Regency Ramble and leave me a note. You only exist to move the plot forward. Ladies shoes, The shoe museum was a bonus.
Are you English or American? CF — Speaking for us supporting characters, I thank you. As the interview wound down, we chatted about the fact we both still use Blackberrys, and Stillman politely and warmly walked me to the elevator.
We are, to be sure, a miracle every way; but our powers of recollecting and of forgetting do seem peculiarly past finding out.I was lucky enough to have an interview with the author, and her knowledge on the subject is vast and her passion for the free spirit Jane Austen, is clear.
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A fellow blogger asked me which historical figure I would most like to interview, and my answer was Jane. And so, as Jane said, indulge your imagination in every possible flight.
An Interview with Jane Austen Welcome to the BBC show, Portal to the Past. We would like. An Interview with Jane Austen’s House Museum — Pride and Prejudice This week we have the pleasure of featuring an exclusive interview with Mary Guyatt, Curator at Jane Austen’s House Museum in Chawton, Hampshire.Download