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One of the major sources of contention and strife in my marriage is the disagreement between my wife and me over what is the best Jane Austen novel (yes, we are both more than a bit geekish in our love of words and literature–our second biggest ongoing quarrel is about the merits of the serial comma).
For my money, there are three of Austen’s six finished novels that one can make a good argument for being her “best”:
“Pride and Prejudice” (the popular choice, and my wife’s)
“Emma” (the educated
Jane Austen never disappoints me! This was the first time I’ve read this book, and, since it’s one of her less popular novels, I didn’t know what to expect. However, I quickly was swept up into the story and felt all of Anne’s emotions like they were my own. I really enjoyed how, unlike the other Austen novels I’ve read, this one focuses on love lost and how, over time, people change in some ways but remain the same in other ways. Anne and Captain Wentworth aren’t my favorite Austen characters,
it was amazing
I want to share something with you. It’s a long story and while it might initially seem irrelevant to this book, I assure you there is a point to it.
Are you sitting comfortably? Then I shall begin.
During the summer of 2008 my bestie and I were preparing to go to university. When it was time to move into our halls we had to hire (read: my dad did) a rental van to take our stuff – on account of my friend being entirely impractical and insisting on taking all of her shit. So, on the weekend of said