Jane Austen ♥

Who wrote in an era when romance used to mean something.

This lovely Jane Austen blog is running by three people. We also have personal blogs, theraspberryskies (Bade), hihievet (Tugce), and letspackyourbag (Gülce)

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We read almost every book of hers and, we adore her characters, her writing style. Despite her quite life, she managed to write marvellous novels about love, although she never married someone as we learned.

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I  always wanna hug him in that scene —> submitted by imissfairytale

I always wanna hug him in that scene —> submitted by imissfairytale

"This was taken about 6 months ago shortly after it was done.
Gotta love Jane Austen!” submitted by alyssalerner
Let me say, OH - MY - GOD - ! <3

"This was taken about 6 months ago shortly after it was done.

Gotta love Jane Austen!” submitted by alyssalerner

Let me say, OH - MY - GOD - ! <3

submitted by roanareyes

Pride & Prejudice themed wedding

http://www.stylemepretty.com/2010/06/24/pride-and-prejudice-wedding-inspiration/

"gorgeous and romantic wedding that jane austen would totally approve of!" submitted by tomywonder

"I luv this tumblr!" submitted by imissfairytale

"I luv this tumblr!" submitted by imissfairytale

'I should have thought,' said Fanny, after a pause of recollection and exertion, 'that every woman must have felt the possibility of a man's not being approved, not being loved by some one of her sex, at least, let him be ever so generally agreeable. Let him have all the perfections in the world, I think it ought not to be set down as certain, that a man must be acceptable to every woman he may happen to like himself…How then was I to be—to be in love with him the moment he said he was with me?'

Jane Austen, Mansfield Park

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