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  1. Debbie Rodgers @Exurbanis
    Debbie Rodgers @Exurbanis December 15, 2012 at 12:29 pm | | Reply

    It’s a funny thing about Jane Austen: I enjoyed Pride & Prejudice but have balked at reading more because of the Austen craze that seems to have swept the blogosphere in the past couple of years.

    *sigh* I guess I’m just going to have to break down and, armed with a copy of What Matters in Jane Austen, tackle some of her other novels.At least I’ll be knowing what to look for!

  2. Jenny
    Jenny December 15, 2012 at 5:10 pm | | Reply

    This would be a good companion read for my planned eventual (I swear it’s going to happen) reread of all Jane Austen’s books in order of composition. I think that would be a fun thing! And it sounds like Mullan does a good job of drawing connections between all her books.

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