Friday Link Up

'Ella' bring Amish life to fair tale -
Archer resident Sarah Price is publishing a book this month that places the story of Cinderella in an Amish setting. ... She has rewritten three Jane Austen books as Amish books: "Emma," "Price and Prejudice" and "Sense and Sensibility."

Obituary: Dumbledore's double, RAF man and RHS judge Harry Robinson - The Oxford Times
In addition to his time working on the Harry Potter films, he appeared in two Jane Austen adaptations - Pride and Prejudice and Emma - as well as Nanny Mcphee.

New way forward for Chawton House - Alton Post Gazette
A new strategy to ensure the future of Chawton House was unveiled to Alresford, Alton and Four Marks and Medstead Rotary clubs.

 The Great American Read and other books lists - Chicago Now

6 of the Best 'Back to School' Films - The Hollywood News

10 tips for Meghan Markle on her wedding day from Princess Mia of Genovia - Entertainment Weekly
#2 DO remember the immortal words of Jane Austen: "Where she feared most to fail, she was most sure of success, for those to whom she endeavored to give pleasure were prepossessed in her favor." In other words: Most people are ready to like you. Let them.

After Watching the Latest Little Women Adaptation, I Think I'm a Marmee Now - The Muse

Emeritus English professor who wrote Jane Austen biography dies - Vanderbilt News
John W. Halperin, Centennial Professor of English, emeritus, died March 1 at his home in La Jolla, California. He was 76 years old. ... Halperin was a prolific author and editor who books included ... Jane Austen's Lovers (1988) ... as well as biographies of Jane Austen .... He was short-listed twice for the Pulitzer Prize for ... The Life of Jane Austen.

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