Battle of the Darcy’s
As Valentine’s Day approaches, I wanted to take a look at one of the most romantic figures in all of literature…Mr. Darcy himself. I’m hard pressed to find anyone that matches up to this paragon of moral fiber. So instead of pitting people against him. I’ll pit him against himself and share some of my favorite…80’s, 90’s, Blogger Girl, Blogging, Book Club, boys, Dating, Dorks, Fandom, Geeks, Love, Men, Movies, Nerd in the City, Nerds, Nerdy Girl, Read This, Television, Things I Love, TV, Twitter, Twitter Party, Web Series, women#NerdySlumberParty, 1940, 1980’s, adaptations, Aishwayra Rai, Ashley Clements, BBC, Bollywood, books, Bride and Prejudice, Bridget Jones’ Diary, Colin Firth, crush, Daniel Vincent Gordh, David Rintoul, Death Comes to Pemberley, Elizabeth Bennet, Elliot Cowan, Fitzwilliam Darcy, Greer Garson, Hero, Hulu, I’ve got a crush, Kiera Knightley, Lalita Bakshi, Lawrence Olivier, list of Darcy’s, Lost in Austen, Mark Darcy, Martin Henderson, Matthew Macfayden, Matthew Rhys, mini series, movies, Mr. Darcy, Netflix, PBS, Pride and Prejudice, Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, romantic, Sam Riley, The Lizzie Bennet Diaries, tv, Twitter Party, valentine’s day, web series, Will Darcy, William Darcy, You Tube
Pride and Prejudice and Zombies?
If you are a die hard Jane Austen fan, like me, then perhaps you are or were skeptical about the merits of a book that adds blood, gore and the undead into the prim and proper world of Austen’s Regency Era story. Guess what…the resulting work is simply astoundingly fun! A match made in heaven or…action, adaptation, books, boys, Cersei Lannister, Colin Firth, David Rintoul, decent Darcy, Doctor Who, double tap, effects, Elizabeth Bennet, Elliot Cowan, fighting, Game of Thrones, George Wickham, girls, gory, head shot, infected, Jack Huston, Jane Austen, Jane bennet, Lady Catherine de Bourgh, Lena Headey, Lily James, Lootcrate, marriage, Matt Smith, Matthew Rhys, men, movie, Mr. Bingley, Mr. Collins, Mr. Darcy, ove, PPZmovie, Pride and Prejudice, Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, proposals, release, romance, romantic, Sam Riley, scale of Darcy’s, The Doctor, the walking dead, undead, Walkers, women, zombie apocalypse, zombie bite
Jane Austen Syndrome
I am by no means the first delicate female to suffer from this deep affliction. But it is, perhaps, safe to call my case one of the most severe. Long have I suffered in silence, but I cannot continue thusly. I must share with you my struggles in the hopes that you, gentle reader, may…apothecary, Austen men, Austenland, ballroom dancing, bonnets, calligraphy, Captain Wentworth, Charles Bingley, cravats, dancing, double wedding, Edmund, Edward, Elizabeth Bennet, Emma, England, English country side, Fitzwilliam Darcy, high tea, Jane Austen, Mansfield Park, movies, Mr. Darcy, Mr. Knightley, Mr. Tilney, Northanger Abbey, novels, Persuasion, petticoats, piano lessons, Pride and Prejudice, Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, rain, release, Sense and Sensibility, Seth Grahame-Smith, singing, taking a turn around the room, The Jane Austen Syndrome, theaters, walking, wax sealing