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    Hari (@ dhcp*) on: Mon Nov 8 01:08:27




    I don't even know whether this forum is still that active...but Kandukondein Kandukondein was a tamil film made in 2000ish? It was an adaption of one of my favorite books "Sense and Sensability"...but I guess it's a bit twisted to fit in with Indian culture...





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    iqbal (@ 61.9*) on: Fri Dec 3 09:54:49 EST 2004




    Bride and Prejudice(UK) was at best making mockery of such a great work as Pride and Prejudice. Its so sense-less, i wonder how Gurinder Chaddha can call it an "adaptation" of P&P. It lacks both spirit and plot of the actual work by Jane Austen.





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    aaaaaa (@ 64.8*) on: Tue Dec 28 13:53:54 EST 2004




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    aaaaaa (@ 64.8*) on: Tue Dec 28 13:57:01 EST 2004




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    no doubt, EMMA Is the mile stone of english literature, she was the victim of ownself. she try to live for other people. in the end she felt what she done. the novel is completed with few drawbacks.
    here,i am the person who is in the condition of need plz help me for in hand work on B. M. thanx.

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    Emma, Pride & Prejudice; and Sense & Sensibility are my favs of Jane Austen...

    and no movies can compare to her book....:thumbusp:

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    Pride and Prejudice was my all time favourite.
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    Hi! I just came by here, thinking of starting a Pride and Prejudice thread, bcos I m studying it in school and yay! There is already a discussion.

    Just wanna ask you guys a question for a class debate: Do you think that Darcy is a sympathetic character?
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    I'm still reading her emma.going good

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    I came across Persuasion - a jane austen book, not well known, though.

    An absolute classic.

    Jane Austen is truly the greatest english writer.

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