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Lost In Austen

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I know, I know. This really was an amusing diversion, and I stayed up WAY too late last night trying to complete the mission of a fortuitous and loving marriage.

First I was disfigured by gypsies. Then I eloped with Mr. Wickam and had to join a traveling troupe of actors. Then I was murdered by Caroline Bingley.

Then I married Captain Wentworth from Persuasion. But after lots of cheating, I won marrie I know, I know.

But after lots of cheating, I won married Mr. Darcy in the end. I thought this was such a clever idea, and I loved the way that the author wove in characters and plot lines from multiple novels.

I also liked the questions about regency-era life. It was really very well done, and one can tell that Emma Campbell Webster is a true Austen scholar.

But I tired quickly of keeping score, and then was really annoyed when it turned out that you weren't supposed to go below zero not explained in the instructions and my scores were all screwed up anyway.

I bristled at the author's implication, in the end, that the only intelligent thing to do is to abandon Darcy and not marry at all.

Come ON. It was obviously her own, modern idea, and it just didn't fit. I also really hated the ultra stylized illustrations. Call me a purist, but I wanted something a little more period-accurate.

All in all, though, really fun. I'd definitely recommend this to Austen fans. Actually, I think maybe it would be more enjoyable to somebody who didn't know the novels very well; sometimes it was too easy for me to make the right choices, since I knew who the good guys were and who were the bad'uns.

View all 5 comments. Jan 15, Cami rated it really liked it Recommends it for: anyone who loves Jane Austen.

Shelves: general-fiction , chick-lit. It got me through a very bad day with strep throat. It's just like the choose-your-own-adventure books from your youth or your children's youths , except you get to be Elizabeth Bennett.

Depending on your choices, you'll see characters from all of Jane Austen's works as well as people she knew herself. Everything is expertly woven together and so many times I found myself laughing out loud, especially when my carriage ran over Mr.

Elton from Emma in his effort to stop it to make his affection for me known. The book also has a points system by which you can judge your progress on marrying for love and not ending up in the poor house.

It made things extra funny for me. I highly recommend you keep track of your points. Anyway, this was really well put together and very enjoyable.

View all 3 comments. Apr 02, Maria rated it really liked it Shelves: regency-romance , i-heart-my-public-library , e-book. It only took me a few days but I finished my mission and was married to Mr.

This was a fun book with some very interesting twists and cameos by Austen's other characters make it such a treat.

Through my various attempts of failure, which there was not shortage of, I was led astray, attacked by gypsies, got lost, felt into puppy love with Henry Tillney, kidnapped by Fanny Price, called idiotic more times than I can count, lost and gained everything but I laughed and giggled along my choices a It only took me a few days but I finished my mission and was married to Mr.

Through my various attempts of failure, which there was not shortage of, I was led astray, attacked by gypsies, got lost, felt into puppy love with Henry Tillney, kidnapped by Fanny Price, called idiotic more times than I can count, lost and gained everything but I laughed and giggled along my choices and the patch they took.

Overall a fun read! Amusing, but not quite as fun as I expected. Some of the wilder endings are silly couldn't she have borrowed more from the juvenilia if she wanted to go nuts?

If I'd been in my twenties I might h Amusing, but not quite as fun as I expected. If I'd been in my twenties I might have neatly ripped out the pages.

The snark also occasionally gets out of hand, and it's a good thing Webster designed the book so you don't have to keep track of scoring, because I am unsuited to do so both in basic cussedness and because I have a horrible case of the flu and can barely spell my own name right now.

But this book was fun enough to entertain me while terribly sick and light enough it wasn't a strain to read, and sometimes do we really ask more of books than that?

As Sir Walter Scott wrote of Ann Radcliffe, Perhaps the perusal of such works may, without injustice, be compared with the use of opiates, baneful, when habitually and constantly resorted to, but of the most blessed power in those moments of pain and languor, when the whole head is sore, and the whole heart sick.

If those who rail indiscriminately at this species of composition, were to consider the quantity of actual pleasure which it produces, and the much greater proportion of real sorrow and distress which it alleviates, their philanthropy ought to moderate their critical pride, or religious intolerance.

Oh I forgot, it's not a GoodReads review without pictures. View 2 comments. Oct 20, Emlen rated it liked it. Good silly fun.

The first time I tried, I ended up getting into Marianne's plot from Sense and Sensibility , then, after coming back to Pride and Prejudice , slipping on some ice and breaking my neck.

The second time I ended up marrying Henry Crawford from Mansfield Park , which the book does not allow to be a happy ending, but I went into it with my eyes open.

After that, I stopped following the hilariously complicated rules, and just flipped through trying to check out the different possible st Good silly fun.

After that, I stopped following the hilariously complicated rules, and just flipped through trying to check out the different possible stories.

The only exception is view spoiler [ the very end, which gives you an option to leave behind the marriage plot entirely hide spoiler ].

Of course, trying to stick Elizabeth Bennett into other Austen novels never works perfectly e. Also, there's no way of getting to Sanditon, which seems like a real missed opportunity.

Nov 26, Nathan Albright rated it it was amazing Shelves: challenge This book was amusing. This book is one of the more obvious ways that this itch can be scratched and it has at least some re-read value, I must admit, although it can take a bit of effort to keep up w This book was amusing.

This book is one of the more obvious ways that this itch can be scratched and it has at least some re-read value, I must admit, although it can take a bit of effort to keep up with the major and minor connections as well as the fortune, intelligence, and confidence scores as well as the failings and accomplishments and how they affect the ending one reaches.

As someone who is a fan of choose your adventure books [1], this volume was definitely one that I found appealing and I managed to read most of it while I was getting my car tuned up a bit, which is always something that is enjoyable to do.

This is a book that is easy to enjoy and appreciate and should have a lot of fans of Jane Austen enjoying it.

What happens when one is lost in Austen? Periodically there are choices that have to be made that will push the reader into one sort of relationship or another, that will plunge the character into the depths of despair or grant new friends and enemies as well as an understanding of the social world of Austen's novels.

Throughout the book there are also quizzes that give the character new skills and abilities that will make the adventure more successful, while some disasters will lead to a life of spinsterhood or a gruesome death or even a lifetime in prison as I found out in one of the choices I made.

Obviously, most readers will have one or two endings in mind that they want to achieve, but it is not always as easy to reach this desired ending as one may hope and it can take a bit of rereading and retracing one's path to get away from some of the more disastrous conclusions that this novel can take, so readers should be prepared to face up to some truly serious and weighty decisions being made in what seem like very trivial choices.

The world of Jane Austen was one where single jokes and comments and even the choice of a lane or a way to spend the evening could have drastic effects on one's fate.

The author has clearly done her research in making this book a compelling look at the social context in which Jane Austen's novels take place. The more one has read and appreciated Jane Austen the more this book is easy to enjoy and succeed at.

Will your heroine end up being killed by highwaymen or stuck in a loveless marriage or end up jilting half of the heroes of Austen's novels and leaving them heartbroken and lifelong bachelors?

Only you can decide, so choose wisely. Apr 22, Sandra rated it it was ok Shelves: in-english , read-in , jane-austen-and-related.

I'll admit to not finishing this book completely, but I think I've died often enough to be able to add it on here. In this book you 'play' as Elizabeth Bennet, and you get the mission to marry.

How to go about this is sort of up to the reader. It stuck with me, because it seems like within no time you have no fortune points left, your list of failings is e I'll admit to not finishing this book completely, but I think I've died often enough to be able to add it on here.

It stuck with me, because it seems like within no time you have no fortune points left, your list of failings is exceedingly long and you only seem to know inferior people.

The book itself was random. Occasionally you will be asked to make choices this is where the "create your own Jane Austen adventure! Collins, only to end up killing him with his sermons book hide spoiler ].

But overall this wasn't exciting, very predictable and though it did make me laugh a few times, that definitely could not make up for all the facepalming that was going on.

This choose-your-own-adventure populated by characters, settings and decisions faced by Jane Austen heroines is a very enjoyable read.

The book includes instructions so the reader can keep track of their Intelligence and Confidence points, Accomplishments and Failings and Superior and Inferior Connections.

I chose to, although the book assured me it wasn't mandatory. I enjoyed the aspect of crossing out points every time I cursed my lucky stars and rejoicing when I answered the occasional muliple This choose-your-own-adventure populated by characters, settings and decisions faced by Jane Austen heroines is a very enjoyable read.

I enjoyed the aspect of crossing out points every time I cursed my lucky stars and rejoicing when I answered the occasional muliple choice question correctly and was rewarded with something unexpected: like adding fluent French to my Accomplishments.

The reader is given the chance to make choices that they know the "right" answer to, such as whether or not to marry Mr. Collins from "Pride and Prejudice.

I also appreciated the inclusion of period trivia questions because it helped mix-up the decision making process.

I never ended up happily married, although I did end up married a few tmes. At other time, I was also left spinsterly, broke and once, torn apart by Gypsies.

The author has created a humorous and charming interactive opportunity and Austen fans will enjoy it. Jul 01, Michelle rated it it was ok Shelves: british-literature.

I first saw this book at work in the bookstore and just the concept of a Choose Your Own Adventure brought back fond memories of library time in grade school.

Plus, couple that with Austen, and I was sold on this book. It is a cute premise, but as you get further into the book, it ends up rather disappointing.

Rather than creating Austen-inspired original situations, the book just follows "Pride and Prejudice" with a bit of "Emma" thrown in.

If you pick the wrong choices, there's weird endings, such as getting accosted by gypsies for money and your face ends up mutilated due to their excessive pressing on you; another weird one is accepting Col.

Fitzwilliam instead of Darcy, the men prepare to duel it out but Lady Catherine shoots you because she hates the idea of you marrying ANYONE in her family, Darcy shoots Lady Catherine then Fitzwilliam and you die of your gunshot wound.

Some choices aren't so straightforward as "Go to page " or whatever. Some actually ask questions like "What is the difference between a piano and pianoforte?

In all, this book was a bit disappointing and predictable if you know your Austen very well. View 1 comment.

I married Mr Darcy, don't know how but I did : I enjoyed this 'create your own story' book, although I died once folowing a silent reel with Mr Darcy at a ball,where I stomped off in the dark and broke my neck on a patch of ice: and then when I finally thought I may have an HEA I caused an accident and was thrown into prison.

View all 16 comments. Nov 26, Lisa rated it really liked it Shelves: books-i-own. Absolute love! This book creates a way for readers to choose the destiny of Elizabeth Bennet you.

You can end up marrying Darcy, canceling the engagement to him, dying on several occasions, failing even more often and marrying a character from another Jane Austen novel.

Keeping track of you score, which can be frustrating because the scores tend to plummet down quickly, will lead to many different outcomes; all of Absolute love!

Keeping track of you score, which can be frustrating because the scores tend to plummet down quickly, will lead to many different outcomes; all of which are very entertaining.

Sep 28, Ashley rated it liked it Shelves: anglophilia. And just like with Choose Your Own Adventure, you die a lot. I kind of wish the author had made it a little more difficult.

I also think the dying thing was a bit excessive. Jun 04, Jessica Wolf rated it it was amazing Shelves: historical-fiction , regency.

It was all fun and games until I was attacked by vagabonds. Feb 28, Erin Mcmahon rated it liked it.

This was a fun re telling of Pride and Prejudice I enjoyed reading it but I died a few times and poor Elizabeth never got to marry Mr.

Darcy for me. Nov 20, L. Petunia rated it liked it. I found the concept of this book intriguing, so I picked it up.

It was a pretty fun to read as a fan of Austen, but it didn't quite meet my expectations. I suppose I was hoping for a little more decision-making instead of basically reading summaries of the entire plots of most of Austen's books.

However, I found it extremely clever how the author worked other books into the the plot of Pride and Prejudice.

By the end, my version of Elizabeth had basically been wooed by every heroine's multiple s I found the concept of this book intriguing, so I picked it up.

By the end, my version of Elizabeth had basically been wooed by every heroine's multiple suitors from most of Austen's books!

Quite a popular young lady, apparently. But that was only after a few random diversions lead to death, scandal, and failure. Some of it also seemed to have a little too much modernism interjected into it.

Like, I thought I was making the right choice as far as an Austen-era lady would make, but would be punished in favor of what a modern woman would choose.

Also, tallying the points was fun, but listing all the accomplishments, failures, and connections was utterly pointless.

Plus a lot of the points for intelligence, confidence, and fortune were awarded or taken away during the plot summary without me having any impact on the story and the events that led to the points.

That said, I guess I can't picture a choose-your-own adventure book through Austen's world done much better. Perhaps becoming a completely unique heroine to begin with and not Elizabeth Bennet?

I didn't actually finish the whole book, as in I didn't get married to Mr Darcy. I want to leave it alone for a while and play again with it later, without spoiling all the endings.

Basically, in Regency England, whatever you do, you fail. You have to be careful because the only good outcome is marrying Darcy.

That's my main problem with the book which is otherwise very funny : I thought you could make actual choices, for instance deciding to pull a Charlotte Lucas and marry Mr Collins.

But if y I didn't actually finish the whole book, as in I didn't get married to Mr Darcy. But if you try, you end up ruined, broke, dead, or all of the above.

I tried as hard as I could to marry Mr Tilney, but I couldn't. If she actually had agency. I also would've liked to be able not to marry or run off with anybody without being punished for it.

To me Jane Austen's novels are, more than anything else, stories of self-discovery, not minefields where you have to be careful not to displease the men you come across, lest they not marry you.

Sep 02, Liz added it Shelves: reads , fiction , own. I was intrigued when I spotted this book at Goodwill. How could I resist? While a thoroughly interesting concept this book is a little underwhelming.

The reader is reading the book as if they are playing a game in the role of Elizabeth Bennett. The book starts with the storyline of Pride and Prejudice and offers the reader choices.

Unfortunately in most circumstances, if you make a choice that doesn't follow merge with what E I was intrigued when I spotted this book at Goodwill.

Unfortunately in most circumstances, if you make a choice that doesn't follow merge with what Elizabeth did you end up in another one of Austen's stories.

Good right? If you diverge from the path of Elizabeth Bennett you quickly fail at your quest at landing a rich husband.

Occasionally, you spectacularly fail with such as with Mr. Darcy and his cousin dying in a duel over you. At other times your perspective suitor may be crushed to death under the hooves of your horses, leaving you disgraced and to die alone.

I'm really disappointed that there was so little fluidity between the novels. I also didn't really get the point of the point system.

Summary: Good idea, poor execution. May 06, Jennifer Wardrip rated it really liked it Shelves: trt-posted-reviews. Reviewed by Steph for TeensReadToo.

Oh, and you can choose how the book ends. At the end of every chapter you, Elizabeth Bennet, must make a decision.

After making that decision you go to the specified page and read on until you come to the next two choices. Choice after choice, you must decide what Elizabeth should do in order to achieve her goal: to get married to a fine gentleman.

But the mission isn't as easy as it sounds. Not only do you have to make a choice between two objects at the end of each chapter, there is a point system that you must go through.

Jane witnesses their exchange. She states that Darcy is in love with Amanda, but Amanda insists that Elizabeth is the one for Darcy. Jane tries to convince her otherwise.

Later, Darcy invites Amanda to Pemberley. Overhearing the invitation, Mrs Bennet eagerly accepts as well, and Darcy politely includes Lydia and Jane.

At a shooting party, Jane tearfully pleads with the sinking Bingley to fulfil his moral duty to marry and be happy for them both.

Mrs Bennet witnesses this, and finally understands what her husband was talking about. Amanda admits to herself that she loves Darcy, and decides to "understudy" while Elizabeth is away.

She tells a weeping Mrs Bennet that she will marry Darcy in order to buy Longbourn for them, freeing them from the influence of Mr Collins.

Bingley then seeks out Wickham as a drinking companion, and Wickham eventually returns the unconscious Bingley to Pemberley.

At Wickham's arrival, Darcy confines his young sister Georgiana, who has a history with Wickham, to her room. However, Georgiana confesses to Amanda that Wickham did not ravish her, as she reported to her brother.

She was angry when Wickham rejected her advances and called her a child. Wickham maintains the falsehood to spare Georgiana's honour, being sure that Darcy would throw her out if he knew the truth.

Amanda realises that Wickham is a good person, and that Austen's account of him was one-sided. Drunk and despairing, Bingley punches Darcy for leading him away from Jane.

Caroline, seeing her opportunity, walks up to Darcy, and makes coded insinuations about Amanda. When Amanda finally confesses her love to Darcy, she inadvertently mentions her old boyfriend back in the present, confirming what Caroline had implied to Darcy - Amanda is not a virgin.

Darcy, although still obviously in love, regrets that he cannot marry her because of his station in society. A distraught Amanda furiously rips up her copy of Pride and Prejudice , and throws it out of a window.

While she packs to leave, however, Caroline enters her room, and Amanda is stunned when Caroline makes advances, having heard from her brother that Amanda is a lesbian, like her.

Caroline in fact only wishes to marry Darcy to fulfill social expectations. Amanda finds Darcy in the garden, reading the tattered remains of her copy of the novel.

He assumes that she is its author, and expresses his shock that she has exposed private matters, and has not even concealed the real names of the characters.

Amanda angrily tells him that his view of everything is wrong, that he has misjudged everyone, and announces her immediate departure.

Darcy announces his expected engagement to Caroline, and Mrs Bennet receives a note telling of Lydia's elopement with, not Wickham, but Bingley.

Mrs Bennet blames Amanda for this, while Amanda blames Darcy, and says that he and Caroline deserve each other.

Amanda travels with Mr and Mrs Bennet in pursuit of Lydia and Bingley, and, with help from Wickham, they find them hiding at an inn.

Darcy arrives too. Lydia and Bingley insist that nothing has happened between them, but an enraged Mr Bennet attacks Bingley with a sword. In self-defence, Bingley inflicts a serious head injury on the older man.

Amanda fears for Mr Bennet's life. Needing Elizabeth, she breaks through a door, and suddenly finds herself back in modern London.

Her boyfriend Michael drives her to see Elizabeth, now employed as a nanny. On a busy street, Amanda spots an astonished Darcy in the crowd.

He explains that he has followed her for love, and will follow her anywhere. Amanda still wants him to meet Elizabeth, but Elizabeth has thoroughly embraced modern life, and is shocked to meet Darcy, having read the novel.

Amanda hurries them back to her bathroom portal for their return to Longbourn, but the door will not open for Elizabeth, only for Amanda.

Although Michael threatens to leave Amanda if she goes through the door, she goes anyway, so that Elizabeth can return to her time and marry Darcy.

Mr Bennet returns home to make a full recovery, thanks to Elizabeth's nursing. Lady Catherine, knowing Amanda's hold over Darcy, arrives at Longbourn and bargains for Amanda's departure by promising to have Jane's marriage to Mr Collins annulled on the grounds of non-consummation.

Amanda agrees. Caroline is upset when she learns that her engagement to Darcy is over, but appears intrigued when Wickham shows his interest in her.

Jane and Bingley plan to marry and leave for America, and Amanda persuades Elizabeth to learn to love Darcy.

Darcy tells Amanda that he will mind his duty and marry Elizabeth. However, when Amanda opens the door to return home, she finds a note that Darcy has left for her: "Not one heartbeat do I forget.

Amanda decides to stay in the world of Pride and Prejudice , and rushes to Pemberley to be with Darcy. Elizabeth gets her father's blessing to return to Hammersmith.

Lost in Austen was produced by Mammoth Screen. The first episode was shown on ITV at 9 pm on 3 September , gaining 4. The remaining episodes were broadcast on a weekly basis.

The series premiered in America on the Ovation Channel on 11 January Because, in his words, the show "has a similar sort of iconography within the theatre canon", he was not worried.

Alex Kingston Mrs Bennet found a sadness in her character and played her as "a woman unhappy in her marital situation.

Her husband is, in essence, absent in the marriage and in the family. She tries to keep everything together without the emotional tools. It's this that makes her twittery.

I think people can be driven slowly to becoming those people by the unfortunate situations that they're in. Mr Bennet is absolutely culpable for his wife's twittering.

She's overcompensating for her husband's absence. The song Miss Bingley is playing and singing on the piano in episode 3 at Rosings is written by Mozart.

Song title: Lied der Freiheit K It contains two discs with the four episodes plus a "Making of" documentary. The consolidated ratings for episode two averaged 3,, individuals and a The third episode's consolidated figures were 3,, and a According to overnight figures, Lost In Austen ended its run with 3.

Lost in Austen was well received by the press throughout its run. Lost in Austen was the subject of various blogs, including a series by Sarah Dempster writing online in The Guardian.

Reviewing the first episode of the four-parter, a Times writer described Lost in Austen as "a funny, clever breeze". The Guardian 's reviewer wrote "I loved it".

Surely some mistake here? It is, in short, the sort of thing we've come to expect of BBC1". Reviewing the final episode, Tim Teeman in The Times continued his praise, giving the show five stars.

On 11 February , The Guardian newspaper reported that a movie version of the series was under development. Nora Ephron was working on the project at the time of her death in Two years after Ephron's passing, Carrie Brownstein was tapped to finish the rest of the script.

The four parts of the miniseries were put together into a movie and released on DVD. The North American version differs in that the scene with Amanda Price singing "Downtown" was eliminated as was a ringtone using the music from the BBC version of Pride and Prejudice.

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Amanda is truly obsessed with "Pride and Prejudice. For example, Georgianna wasn't really compromised Miss Bingley is actually a lesbian and Mr.

Collins is a sicko who rubs himself through his pocket and sniffs his hands heartily. The things I DO like about the book are seeing all the characters I love react when presented with a modern day woman and her culture and values.

It was very realistic such as Darcy stating that he's unable to be with Amanda because she is not a virgin. She now decides that he does not deserve Elizabeth.

Darcy retorts that Amanda repulses him, and walks out. Mrs Bennet finally ejects Amanda from Longbourn for trying to meddle with her daughters' marriage prospects.

A sympathetic Mr Bennet gives Amanda some money, and tells her to reconcile with Jane. Mr Collins explains to his miserable new wife that he has not yet asked to consummate their marriage because of religious abstinence.

Wickham offers to help Amanda, and teaches her how to properly act in high society. He buys her a dress, shows her how to use a fan to hide her true emotions, and invents fictional French nobles for her to name-drop.

Amanda realises that Wickham wants to set her up with Darcy, so that he can pursue Caroline Bingley, who is believed to be Darcy's ideal social match.

Wickham encourages Amanda to visit Jane, and, though at first reluctant, Jane gratefully accepts Amanda's apology and offer to renew their friendship.

Mr Collins refuses to allow Amanda to dinner at Rosings, the home of his patroness Lady Catherine de Bourgh, but Amanda claims to have a message from Wickham's fictional nobles.

Lady Catherine, not wanting to appear ignorant and unconnected, goes along with the ploy, pretending to know the nobles, and allowing Amanda to dine with them.

Darcy tries to put Amanda down, but she twistedly agrees with everything he says, wields her fan, and manages to fit in. Meanwhile, Mrs Bennet argues with Mr Bennet, and decides to see Jane, taking Lydia with her so that she can see a happy marriage.

Mr Bennet claims that if she finds a happy marriage at Rosings, he will walk the drawing room naked. Lady Catherine mentions that she wishes the rest of the Bennet girls to marry Mr Collins's brothers, who are less "favoured" than himself.

Despite their disagreements over dinner, Darcy begins to soften to Amanda when she returns a gold watch that a sad and drunken Bingley wagers at cards.

Lady Catherine warns Amanda to stay away from Mr Darcy. Amanda insists that she does not want him, but Lady Catherine disagrees.

Agitated, Darcy comes to see Amanda at the parsonage. He asks her why she sought him out at Rosings, and Amanda denies this, pointing out that he has come to see her.

A tormented Darcy, struggling to understand why he is drawn to Amanda, sweeps her up into his arms.

A shocked Amanda asks him if he knows what he is doing, and he storms out. Jane witnesses their exchange. She states that Darcy is in love with Amanda, but Amanda insists that Elizabeth is the one for Darcy.

Jane tries to convince her otherwise. Later, Darcy invites Amanda to Pemberley. Overhearing the invitation, Mrs Bennet eagerly accepts as well, and Darcy politely includes Lydia and Jane.

At a shooting party, Jane tearfully pleads with the sinking Bingley to fulfil his moral duty to marry and be happy for them both. Mrs Bennet witnesses this, and finally understands what her husband was talking about.

Amanda admits to herself that she loves Darcy, and decides to "understudy" while Elizabeth is away. She tells a weeping Mrs Bennet that she will marry Darcy in order to buy Longbourn for them, freeing them from the influence of Mr Collins.

Bingley then seeks out Wickham as a drinking companion, and Wickham eventually returns the unconscious Bingley to Pemberley. At Wickham's arrival, Darcy confines his young sister Georgiana, who has a history with Wickham, to her room.

However, Georgiana confesses to Amanda that Wickham did not ravish her, as she reported to her brother. She was angry when Wickham rejected her advances and called her a child.

Wickham maintains the falsehood to spare Georgiana's honour, being sure that Darcy would throw her out if he knew the truth.

Amanda realises that Wickham is a good person, and that Austen's account of him was one-sided. Drunk and despairing, Bingley punches Darcy for leading him away from Jane.

Caroline, seeing her opportunity, walks up to Darcy, and makes coded insinuations about Amanda. When Amanda finally confesses her love to Darcy, she inadvertently mentions her old boyfriend back in the present, confirming what Caroline had implied to Darcy - Amanda is not a virgin.

Darcy, although still obviously in love, regrets that he cannot marry her because of his station in society.

A distraught Amanda furiously rips up her copy of Pride and Prejudice , and throws it out of a window. While she packs to leave, however, Caroline enters her room, and Amanda is stunned when Caroline makes advances, having heard from her brother that Amanda is a lesbian, like her.

Caroline in fact only wishes to marry Darcy to fulfill social expectations. Amanda finds Darcy in the garden, reading the tattered remains of her copy of the novel.

He assumes that she is its author, and expresses his shock that she has exposed private matters, and has not even concealed the real names of the characters.

Amanda angrily tells him that his view of everything is wrong, that he has misjudged everyone, and announces her immediate departure.

Darcy announces his expected engagement to Caroline, and Mrs Bennet receives a note telling of Lydia's elopement with, not Wickham, but Bingley.

Mrs Bennet blames Amanda for this, while Amanda blames Darcy, and says that he and Caroline deserve each other. Amanda travels with Mr and Mrs Bennet in pursuit of Lydia and Bingley, and, with help from Wickham, they find them hiding at an inn.

Darcy arrives too. Lydia and Bingley insist that nothing has happened between them, but an enraged Mr Bennet attacks Bingley with a sword. In self-defence, Bingley inflicts a serious head injury on the older man.

Amanda fears for Mr Bennet's life. Needing Elizabeth, she breaks through a door, and suddenly finds herself back in modern London. Her boyfriend Michael drives her to see Elizabeth, now employed as a nanny.

On a busy street, Amanda spots an astonished Darcy in the crowd. He explains that he has followed her for love, and will follow her anywhere.

Amanda still wants him to meet Elizabeth, but Elizabeth has thoroughly embraced modern life, and is shocked to meet Darcy, having read the novel.

Amanda hurries them back to her bathroom portal for their return to Longbourn, but the door will not open for Elizabeth, only for Amanda.

Although Michael threatens to leave Amanda if she goes through the door, she goes anyway, so that Elizabeth can return to her time and marry Darcy.

Mr Bennet returns home to make a full recovery, thanks to Elizabeth's nursing. Lady Catherine, knowing Amanda's hold over Darcy, arrives at Longbourn and bargains for Amanda's departure by promising to have Jane's marriage to Mr Collins annulled on the grounds of non-consummation.

Amanda agrees. Caroline is upset when she learns that her engagement to Darcy is over, but appears intrigued when Wickham shows his interest in her.

Jane and Bingley plan to marry and leave for America, and Amanda persuades Elizabeth to learn to love Darcy. Darcy tells Amanda that he will mind his duty and marry Elizabeth.

However, when Amanda opens the door to return home, she finds a note that Darcy has left for her: "Not one heartbeat do I forget. Amanda decides to stay in the world of Pride and Prejudice , and rushes to Pemberley to be with Darcy.

Elizabeth gets her father's blessing to return to Hammersmith. Lost in Austen was produced by Mammoth Screen. The first episode was shown on ITV at 9 pm on 3 September , gaining 4.

The remaining episodes were broadcast on a weekly basis. The series premiered in America on the Ovation Channel on 11 January Because, in his words, the show "has a similar sort of iconography within the theatre canon", he was not worried.

Alex Kingston Mrs Bennet found a sadness in her character and played her as "a woman unhappy in her marital situation.

Her husband is, in essence, absent in the marriage and in the family. She tries to keep everything together without the emotional tools.

It's this that makes her twittery. I think people can be driven slowly to becoming those people by the unfortunate situations that they're in. Mr Bennet is absolutely culpable for his wife's twittering.

She's overcompensating for her husband's absence. The song Miss Bingley is playing and singing on the piano in episode 3 at Rosings is written by Mozart.

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2 Kommentare zu „Lost In Austen

  • 11.04.2020 um 17:09
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    Ich entschuldige mich, aber meiner Meinung nach sind Sie nicht recht. Es ich kann beweisen. Schreiben Sie mir in PM.

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  • 08.04.2020 um 22:50
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    Bemerkenswert, es ist das sehr wertvolle StГјck

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