have you read JANE AUSTEN's novel...? and prefer as a basis of ur relationship?

@ela2pso (364)
February 12, 2007 8:24pm CST
she's a very good writer... of some books such as Pride and Prejudice... Sense and sensibility.... Persuasion.. Emma... and more. but most of her female readers and some men tends to have their books as the modest of having a realtionship... agree or disagree?
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• Australia
22 Dec 09
I tried to read Pride and Prejudice once because I loved the 2005 adaptation with Keira Knightly as Elizabeth Bennet and some really cute guy as Mr Darcy. The book was really hard to read though,guess I'm not used to reading books in this style of writing think I prefer modern writers .I found after a while I started skipping pages.
• Philippines
8 Jun 09
well, their time and the process of their courtship isn't exactly as the way we have it now at present. And because her literature always makes you feel inlove, dating isnt like that anymore. the hidden but heartfelt revelations, the long walks, marriage-immediately-after-a-proposal and also the fact that most of them end up with someone in the same social status may not be the same for us. i do love her books,sure i can fantasize but if i take them as a basis or my relationship i'd be looking for a fairy tale. thanks for the question. from, http://kcatwoman.blogspot.com
@rhonaza (28)
• Philippines
20 Feb 07
jane austen was really a good novelist and expert writer when it comes to the realtionship genre.. i like her books, especially sense and sensibility... but im not using it as the basis on my relationship. perhaps it can be but the situation varies...