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My Thoughts On Pride and Prejudice

Just a few moments ago, I managed to complete my reading of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice.  It has been a rather quick read, but I found it to be quite fascinating! Just the insights into cultural/societal norms by reading this book were astounding!  You could definitely see between the lines the prejudices the different […]

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Additional Impressions – Pride and Prejudice

This evening I stand about 60 pages from completing my journey with Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice.  I seem to be blazing through the book at about my normal fiction pace.  Pride and Prejudice has definitely been the change of pace I’ve been looking for after spending 2 months reading Karl Marx’s Capital, Volume I. […]

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First Impressions – Pride and Prejudice

The other day, I began my reading of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice.  As I begin Volume II, I find myself in somewhat of a quandry.  As I’ve mentioned previously, I’ve only read one other book by Jane Austen, and that was Emma.  While I found Emma to be light, airy, and somewhat happy go […]

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Teaser Tuesday – Pride and Prejudice

Teaser Tuesdays is a weekly meme hosted by MizB of Should Be Reading. Anyone can play along! Just do the following: Grab your current read Open to a random page Share two (2) “teaser” sentences from somewhere on that page BE CAREFUL NOT TO INCLUDE SPOILERS! (make sure that what you share doesn’t give too […]

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Now Reading – Pride and Prejudice

After a very interesting almost two month reading of Karl Marx’s Capital, Volume I, I am now embarking on a bit of fictional reading.  More specifically, more classical literature.  I’ve decided after reading the very deep first volume of Capital, it was the perfect time to give my mind a break from Marx prior to […]

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A Quick Change of Pace

This evening, after doing a bit of thinking about my reading of Karl Marx’s Capital, Volume I, about if I should continue on with Volume II immediately.  After about 15 minutes of thinking, I decided it would be best to break up Capital Volume I and Volume II, with a bit of lighter fare. I […]

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