Yes, her. I wonder why her name was rarely mentioned during my Literature class? Oh well, that doesn't make her any less of a writer though. I'm going back to the classics now. I intend to read all 6 of her books: Sense and Sensibility (1811), Pride and Prejudice (1813), Mansfield Park (1814) and Emma (1816). She wrote two additional novels, Northanger Abbey and Persuasion. In random order.
I was finished with Persuasion last week. It was an old flame of love in the most unsual form and most unsual way. But circumstances, led them back together again with rather different situations than before. Family affairs interfered but Anne Elliot's and Captain Wentworth's love, if it still is love blossomed. But it was love again indeed.
I'm currently reading Sense and Sensibility. I'll blog down my thoughts about it soon. I love how 2 of my Austen books are hard bound. I rarely see that in classics now adays. Hard bounded ones stand the test of time a lot more often than the soft bounded ones. But then again, it has the same contents, so yeah.
I'm gonna get my read on!
UPDATE: finished all 6 books by Austen. Favorite would be Pride and Prejudice and Emma. Most confusing would be Northanger Abbey.