"Her Spirits were naturally good, and not easily depressed, and she possessed such a fund of vivacity and good humour as could only be damped by some very serious vexation.- Besides these antidotes against every disappointment, and consolations under them, she had another, which afforded her constant relief in all her misfortunes, and that was a fine shady Bower, the work of her own infantine Labours..."
~from Jane Austen's Catherine, or the Bower
Monday, November 8, 2010
Jane Austen's Fight Club
You know I cannot possibly condone this video, but I laughed SO hard when I watched it I just had to pass it on. (You do need to be in the right mood, which I apparently was.)