387–chapters 19-20 – Sense and Sensibility
- Chapters 19-20 of Sense & Sensibility by Jane Austen.
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- NOEL COWARD is actually author of Present Laughter (watch here, start at 1:35) Enter Laughing is by Joseph Stein, and I TOTALLY forgot, Enter Talking is Joan River’s Autobiography (duh).
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- Meg North and her Brontë-esque / Austen-esque novels
- Sorry about last week’s episode cutting out issue – grrrrr.
- Shout out to Knotty Girls Podcast – episode–Knit Culture (35:03)
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- Know BJ? Wanna introduce me to him? He’s reading Elizabeth von Armin (another possible future CraftLit author?). Harrison is currently reading “The Enchanted April” on The Classic Tales Podcast. Librivox has six of her novels for download.
- Fave quote–Von Armin’s 1921 novel, Vera, a dark tragi-comedy drawing on her disastrous marriage to Earl Russell, was her most critically acclaimed work. It was described by John Middleton Murray as ‘Wuthering Heights by Jane Austen’.
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