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Calling all Jane Austen fans!!
link is a newly opened RPG site, dedicated to all Jane Austen characters and books. te have the opportunity to be a Jane Austen character, o even create your own regency character!
With very few members, the majority of Austen's own characters are up for grabs!!
The only canon characters taken at the moment are Mr and Mrs Bennet, so plenty of places available.
Come and have a look around, and unisciti if te so wish (please read the rules before hand though!)
Thanks alot guys!
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"MANSFIELD PARK" (2007) Review

There have been three screen adaptations of Jane Austen's 1814 novel, "Mansfield Park". And I have just finished viewing the most recente one - a ninety (90) minuto Televisione movie that first aired on the ITV network in March 2007.

As many Austen fan know, "MANSFIELD PARK" told the story of an English girl sent at the age of 10 to live with her maternal aunt and the latter's wealthy family at a vast estate called Mansfield Park. Fanny Price is treated as a poor relation of the Bertram family, as a semi-servant for her aunt, Lady Bertram. Only secondo son, Edmund,...
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"MANSFIELD PARK" (1999) Review

From the numerous articoli and essays I have read on-line, Jane Austen’s 1814 novel, "Mansfield Park" did not seemed to be a big preferito amongst the author’s modern fans. In fact, opinions of the novel and its heroine, Fanny Price, seemed just as divided today, as they had been da Austen’s own family back in the early 19th century.

When director-writer Patricia Rozema was offered the assignment to direct a film adaptation of "Mansfield Park", she had originally rejected it. She claimed that she found both the novel and the Fanny Price character unappealing....
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"MANSFIELD PARK" (1983) Review

Long before Patricia Rozema wrote and directed her 1999 adaptation of "Mansfield Park", Jane Austen’s 1814 novel, the BBC aired its own adaptation some sixteen years earlier. This one came in the form of a six-part miniseries and is regarded da many Austen fan as the definitive screen version of the novel.

"MANSFIELD PARK" told the story of Fanny Price, the oldest daughter of a former Royal Navy officer, who is sent da her parents to live with her wealthy aunt and uncle-in-law, Sir Thomas and Lady Bertram, at their estate called Mansfield Park, during the early...
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