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Read several Jane Austen books in a year. Or several by a single author. Never fight with a shy British guy. You will probably end up falling in love with him!

“We had such a wonderful summer because we were allowed to indulge all our romantic fantasies and live in this very enchanted world for a while.”      (Rosamund Pike, Pride and Prejudice, 2005)

“We had such a wonderful summer because we were allowed to indulge all our romantic fantasies and live in this very enchanted world for a while.” (Rosamund Pike) Pride and Prejudice

How to Behave Like an Aristocrat in Regency EnglandNote! This is a repeat post from nearly a year prior. Several have asked for its return because of the long list of ways to address the aristocrac…

Forms of Address and Manners in Regency England

He is the cutest character in this movie. He has no clue what's going on about 80% of the time, but still a great character. I <3 Mr. Bingley

Simon Woods as Mr. Bingley - Pride & Prejudice This dimwitted little giggle right here is my favorite Mr. Bingley moment of the entire movie. He's just such a dork, I love it.

after the wedding

after the wedding - Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen. Keira Knightley as Elizabeth Bennet and Matthew MacFadyen as Fitzwilliam Darcy.

Pride and Prejudice

Pride and Prejudice, 2005 (dir. Joe Wright) Loved this version, acting was great and, although it didn't stick exactly to the book, even the longer movie version changed a little bit.

:) these two need to hook up

Zooey Deschanel and Joseph Gordon-Levitt in 500 Days of Summer. I know this isn't how the movie ends but I love the two of them together! It's like an overdose of adorable

“I´ve been wanting to work with Claudie Blakley for a long time. A very good theater actress as well. I always felt guilty, she is quite handsome, she´s a good-looking woman. So I felt bad about casting her as “the ugly one”, supposedly, when she´s not particularly ugly. And I promised her that I´ll cast her as “not-so-ugly” person in the future.”    (Joe Wright, Director)

“ “I´ve been wanting to work with Claudie Blakley for a long time. A very good theater actress as well. I always felt guilty, she is quite handsome, she´s a good-looking woman. So I felt bad about.