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Jane Austen and Ghosts

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In the world of moviemaking, nothing is as golden as rebooting a classic tale that has made fortunes every time before when it has been adapted for the silver screen. Certainly any work by Jane Austen made into a movie will not only be bankable, but also considered a work of art.


That is of course until the current wave of adaptations that unite her classic stories with all
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ebook, 114 pages
Published February 11th 2012 by Smashwords Edition (first published October 7th 2011)
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Susan
Jan 22, 2013 Susan rated it liked it
This novella is in the tradition of Jane Austen
stories and vampires, zombies, etc. only here
our Jane is a very annoyed ghost. It 's really
perfectly silly and charming, and I recommend it for fun reading.
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A graduate in history, Mr. Wilkin has been writing in various genres for twenty five years. He came to the study of the Regency through the enjoyment of the dance of the period which he later taught for over ten years. Combining his training with his enjoyment of the period has led Mr. Wilkin to have written several Regency era historicals.
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