Miss Jane Austen's Guide to Modern Life's Dilemmas: Answers to Your Most Burning Questions about Life, Love, Happiness (and what to Wear) from the Great Novelist Herself
Penguin Publishing Group, 2012 - 223 páginas
Is the man I'm dating Mr. Darcy in disguise. . . or simply a jerk?
It's been two centuries since Jane Austen penned Pride & Prejudice and her many other classic novels, yet her adroit observations on the social landscape and profound insights into human nature are as relevant now as they were in her time. If only those of us in need of some good advice today had the opportunity to sit down and tap even a few drops from Austen's great reservoirs of wisdom. Well, now we do. . . .
In Miss Jane Austen's Guide to Modern Life's Dilemmas, Rebecca Smith channels her great-great-great-great-great aunt's sense--and, of course, her sensibility--to help readers navigate their most pressing problems. Drawing on Austen's novels, letters, and unpublished writings, Smith supplies readers with wise and wonderful counsel for living well in the 21st century. From instruction on how to gracefully "unfriend" someone on Facebook to answers for such timeless questions as "Can a man ever really change?" this book enables readers to nimbly navigate life's most tricky terrain with the good sense, good manners, and abundant humor that are the mark of any great Austen heroine.
Sensible, savvy, and funny, Miss Jane Austen's Guide to Modern Life's Dilemmas cleverly answers every Austen fan's most earnest question: What would Jane do?
Replete with lovely Austen-inspired color illustrations, as well as quotes from Austen's various novels to support the advice given, this book is the ideal gift for the Jane Austen fanatic in your life.
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