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Amanda Price is a modern girl whose favorite book is Pride and Prejudice. Modern day life and love pale in comparison to Austen's world. Until a door opens and Elizabeth Bennet finds her way into Amanda's world; and Amanda finds herself in Elizabeth's home. Imagine being in your favorite book. Meeting the characters, wearing the clothes.
Sounds great, doesn't it?
It's actually the basis of many a Mary Sue story. Living with those people! Making sure the right things happen! Being part of a story!
Except, adding something new doesn't make things right. It can make it worse. Amanda is no Mary Sue; everything she tries goes wrong. See, the first problem is Amanda arrives at the beginning of the book.
Which means Elizabeth isn't there to help Jane with Mr. Bingley or to meet Darcy. It's up to Amanda!
And messes it all up royally. Part of why Amanda messes it up is because she knows the end of the story. And instead of letting things happen on their own, she's giving spoilers which aren't understood and pushing people together well before they want to be together.
I laughed; I cringed at Amanda's missteps; and I cheered when things finally worked out. And I especially liked how this wasn't exactly Austen's world and people.
We see a fuller world; a different perspective; and it's a hell of a lot of fun. Those who watched via DVD and in America. Apparently, the rights to a certain song were not fully obtained. Which means the following scene does not appear on the DVD.
Enjoy, Lost in Austen lovers.Here's a quick spin on an old story: flip the male roles to the women and the female roles to the men. If you are in a hurry, you only need to change the casting, a .
In the summer of , Calpurnia Virginia Tate is about to turn twelve and worries about the adult responsibilities that loom on the horizon. "Hey, this is the Magical Negro. Like in the movies, where the black character is just there to help the white guy on his journey. And he mainly speaks in folksy sayings.
‘I don’t know much about blah blah. But a man’s gotta have his blah.'” Bonus points if this character is a . The Evolution of Calpurnia Tate, by Jacqueline Kelly, is a young adult novel which follows the self-education and adventures of Calpurnia "Callie" Virginia Tate, a young girl living on a pecan.
The Evolution of Calpurnia Tate Author Author was Jacqueline Kelley. Prezi by: Kallyn Patterson Main Characters Calpurnia Tate had dreams an eleven-year-old girl in shouldn't have. Buy it: $, heartoftexashop.com Set in Depression-era Maycomb, Alabama, this novel introduces readers to the indomitable Scout Finch, her brother, Jem, and their father, Atticus, an attorney in their small town.