Georgiana Lambe is a graceful young woman seeking to reconcile multiple identities and the sometimes conflicting expectations that come with each of them.
Emma Woodhouse is Jane Austen’s most complex, intrinsically written character and we deep dive into the heart behind her actions.
Northanger Abbey is Austen’s most spooky, fall film and while it’s always an appropriate time to watch it, October is truly the best time.
There are a lot of things Autumn de Wilde’s Emma gets right, and a few things that it doesn’t. (Namely, it’s length. As Austen’s longest book, if this film was … Continue Reading Scene Breakdown: ‘Emma’ (2020) and the Showcase of Overwhelming Emotions
Cruella is a true vibe of a movie, and I found Emma Thompson delightful to watch in it, but that’s unsurprising, as I find her delightful to watch in pretty … Continue Reading Quietly Keeping it Together Elinor Dashwood Style
Ah, Pride and Prejudice. To list the reasons why it has captured the hearts of many would be a list that could wrap around our planet at least three times. … Continue Reading Scene Breakdown: Encounter at Pemberley in ‘Pride and Prejudice’ (2005)
Emma is my favorite of Jane Austen’s novels and this version especially reigns superior. We’ve written about the 2020 version plenty of times as well, but where Knightley’s confession is … Continue Reading Scene Breakdown: Mr. Knightley’s Confession in BBC’s ‘Emma’ (2009)
So much of this chapter is probably as perfect as it gets in the entire book–even more so than Darcy’s (final) and more vulnerable proposal that’s easily so favorable. But … Continue Reading Scene Breakdown: Elizabeth Bennet Visits Pemberley in Jane Austen’s ‘Pride and Prejudice’
“How is it possible that there hasn’t been a single betrothal yet? I wish to be entertained.” We get it, Queen Charlotte, we do and we’re right there with you … Continue Reading ‘Bridgerton’ is Paving the Road for Lush Romance Adaptations and We’re Here For It
Spoilers Ahead Welcome to Sanditon weekly, darling readers — the tropey-est, most exhilarating episode yet, we’re two away from the season finale and things are getting deliciously captivating. It picks … Continue Reading Sanditon 1×06 Review
Spoilers Ahead That cricket match alone calls for some spiked tea, darling readers. Welcome to another episode of Sanditon weekly where we’ve sadly made little progress, but the series is … Continue Reading Sanditon 1×05 Review
Spoilers Ahead Sanditon’s second episode gives viewers plenty to sit with, good and bad — a jam packed hour full of some riveting moments that touch on the theme of … Continue Reading Sanditon 1×02 Review
October 13-19 “Episode 8” | Sanditon We’re officially back in business with fall TV and so far, everything’s been utterly pleasing where this writer is concerned, but this week especially, … Continue Reading This Week’s Most Exquisite TV Moment
“There is nothing like staying at home for real comfort.” — Jane Austen | Emma Chawton, Alton, U.K. a quaint little house that inspired noted 18th century English novelist Ms. Jane … Continue Reading Jane Austen House Museum: Travel Guide
The World of Jane Austen On this episode of Marvelous Geeks, I sat down with my amazing cover artist and good friend, Jenna to talk about our favorite aspects of … Continue Reading The World of Jane Austen