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In Pride & Prejudice, Mr. Darcy says that Jane Bennet's "heart was not likely to be easily touched." What if he was correct? Written in tribute to Halloween and published serially on Alexa Adams' blog, "Jane & Bingley: Something Slightly Unsettling" explores the events of the first volume of Austen's most beloved novel from the perspective of a far from tender ...more
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Published October 2013
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Sophia
I got the opportunity to read this one as a serial of posts on the author's blog leading up to Halloween. It was an engaging experience to not only read about one of Jane Austen's minor characters as the heroine, but to get the story from her perspective- her deliberately skewed perspective.

I have heard many complaints over the years about Jane Bennet being such a benign two-dimensional sort of person and forgettable in her own right save her connections to others. But here in this story, its a
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Carol Perrin
Jane & Bingley: Something Slightly Unsettling

Story was basically along the same line as Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice, but with a Jane that was more outspoken towards her sister Elizabeth for foolishly annihilating Darcy and most of all believing Wickham. Story ended without a dance between Elizabeth and Darcy. Not sure why this story was written without any real conclusion to the story except Jane's desire to secure her own future.
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Some thoughts of Jane Bennet as events lead up and include the Netherfield Ball in this Pride and Prejudice story. A pity she felt that her thoughts could not be spoken aloud, how much more sensible then Elizabeth she shows herself to be in this version. I would have liked to have heard more of her thoughts.
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Alexa Adams has been a devoted reader of Jane Austen since her childhood. She is the author of Tales of Less Pride and Prejudice (First Impressions, Second Glances, and Holidays at Pemberley), The Madness of Mr. Darcy, Emma & Elton: Something Truly Horrid, Jane & Bingley: Something Slightly Unsettling, Becoming Mrs. Norris, and the short story collection And Who Can be in Doubt of What ...more
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