Jane Austen Memes

Happy Jane Austen July! Are you joining in the readathon? What will you be reading? I’m thinking Sense and Sensibility and Northanger Abbey will be my books. I’ve already packed my print editions of the books but luckily it’s easy to get ebook versions.

To kick off the month of Jane Austen, here are some fun Jane Austen memes.

“Stupid men are the only ones worth knowing after all.”
― Jane Austen

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12 thoughts on “Jane Austen Memes

  1. Reblogged this on readingtonic and commented:
    As many of you know, July is the time for a month-long Jane Austen readathon, hosted by Books and Things and Blatantly Bookish.

    The challenges are:

    1. Read one of Jane Austen’s six novels
    2. Read something by Jane Austen that is not one of her main six novels
    3. Read a non-fiction work about Jane Austen or her time
    4. Read a retelling of a Jane Austen book
    5. Read a book by a contemporary of Jane Austen
    6. Watch a direct screen adaptation of a Jane Austen book
    7. Watch a modern screen adaptation of a Jane Austen book

    I am going to participate,even though I don’t think I’ll be ableto complete all the challenges.
    I’d like to start by re-blogging Elaine Howlin’s hilarious post with Jane Austen related memes. Enjoy!

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  2. Well this has just made me realise that I need to watch Austen adaptations! I’m going to be reading Lady Susan and Persuasion this month, and I read Pride and Prejudice last month!

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  3. These memes are great! Had me laughing for sure!! I started reading Mansfield Park yesterday, and I started listening to Miss Austen today. I always look forward to Jane Austen July!!

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