Tag Archives: Georgiana Darcy

The Royal Academy of Arts + an Excerpt from “A Lively Companion,” a Guest Post from Corrie Garrett

This post first appeared on the Austen Authors’ blog on 3 September 2020. From your Regency readings, you may be familiar with Somerset House and the Summer Exhibition, a lavish and popular yearly art show. A catalog (and therefore entry) … Continue reading

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The Real Georgiana Darcy, a Guest Post from Eliza Shearer

This post recently appeared on Austen Authors, but I thought an encore appearance here would prove beneficial to all admirers of Jane Austen’s works.  The Janeite community was recently torn with the news that a new TV adaptation of Pride … Continue reading

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An Intervention with Mr. Wickham

(Applause) Voice Over: Welcome to the Doctor Richard Belton Show. Please place your hands together for our resident psychologist, Doctor Richard. (Applause) Doctor Richard: Good Afternoon and Welcome. We have an interesting program planned for you today. Our guests have … Continue reading

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Pride & Prejudice Retelling – Darcy Attempts to Forget Elizabeth Bennet – Part 2

“So, Darcy, where do you go from here?” The words choked him, but he managed to say, “I know my duty; the Darcy name and Pemberley must survive. I must forget Elizabeth Bennet and find a suitable match. I am … Continue reading

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Pride & Prejudice Retelling – Darcy Attempts to Forget Elizabeth Bennet – Part One

(Note: In my versions of Pride and Prejudice, I give Colonel Fitzwilliam the name “Edward,” my father’s name.) “I am pleased you have come so quickly, Edward,” Georgiana said as she served his tea. “Your note said it was important,” he … Continue reading

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