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Jane Austen And Quotes By Jane Austen: She began to curl her hair and long She began to curl her hair and long for balls Jane Austen
Jane Austen And Quotes By Jane Austen: It is so delightful to have an evening It is so delightful to have an evening now and then to oneself. Jane Austen
Jane Austen And Quotes By Jane Austen: Whist players, and in a few moments after Whist players, and in a few moments after seated with the Jane Austen
Jane Austen And Quotes By Jane Austen: And their marriage, instead of depriving her of And their marriage, instead of depriving her of one friend, secured her two. Jane Austen
Jane Austen And Quotes By Jane Austen: I saw you thro' a telescope and was I saw you thro' a telescope and was so struck by your Charms that from that time to this I have not tasted human food. — Jane Austen
Jane Austen And Quotes By Jane Austen: Picture of perfection make me sick and wicked. Picture of perfection make me sick and wicked. — Jane Austen
Jane Austen And Quotes By Jane Austen: The loss of the ball - the loss The loss of the ball - the loss of the young man - and all that the young man might be feeling! - It was too wretched! — Jane Austen
Jane Austen And Quotes By Jane Austen: Every thing was safe enough and she smiled Every thing was safe enough and she smiled over the many anxious feelings she had wasted on the subject. — Jane Austen
Jane Austen And Quotes By Jane Austen: Do not give way to useless alarm; though Do not give way to useless alarm; though it is right to be prepared for the worst, there is no occasion to look on it as certain. — Jane Austen
Jane Austen And Quotes By Jane Austen: How hard it is in some cases to How hard it is in some cases to be believed!'
'And how impossible in others! — Jane Austen
Jane Austen And Quotes By Jane Austen: One cannot be always laughing at a man One cannot be always laughing at a man without now and then stumbling on something witty. — Jane Austen
Jane Austen And Quotes By Jane Austen: To wish was to hope, and to hope To wish was to hope, and to hope was to expect — Jane Austen
Jane Austen And Quotes By Jane Austen: So, with smiles of most exquisite misery, and So, with smiles of most exquisite misery, and the laughing eye of utter despondency, — Jane Austen
Jane Austen And Quotes By Jane Austen: It is very often nothing but our own It is very often nothing but our own vanity that deceives us. Women fancy admiration means more than it does.
And men take care that they should. — Jane Austen
Jane Austen And Quotes By Jane Austen: A weak spirit which is always open to A weak spirit which is always open to persuasion, first one way and then the other, can never be relied upon. — Jane Austen
Jane Austen And Quotes By Jane Austen: Money can only give happiness where there is Money can only give happiness where there is nothing else to give it. — Jane Austen
Jane Austen And Quotes By Jane Austen: Oh hang kitty; what has she to do Oh hang kitty; what has she to do with it? Come, be quick. Be quick. Where is your sash? — Jane Austen
Jane Austen And Quotes By Joanne Van Leerdam: As writers, we should remind ourselves, and each As writers, we should remind ourselves, and each other, that Jane Austen and JK Rowling got rejected by publishers, too. — Joanne Van Leerdam
Jane Austen And Quotes By Jane Austen: And what arts did he use to separate And what arts did he use to separate them? — Jane Austen
Jane Austen And Quotes By Jane Austen: It is a tragedy and therefore not worth It is a tragedy and therefore not worth reading ... — Jane Austen
Jane Austen And Quotes By Jane Austen: And yet, it was not in her nature And yet, it was not in her nature to question the veracity of a young man of such amiable appearance as Wickham. — Jane Austen
Jane Austen And Quotes By Jane Austen: Wisdom is better than wit, and in the Wisdom is better than wit, and in the long run will certainly have the laugh on her side. — Jane Austen
Jane Austen And Quotes By Jane Austen: And, what is more remarkable, with a good And, what is more remarkable, with a good constitution. She had three sons before Catherine was born; — Jane Austen
Jane Austen And Quotes By Mary Balogh: To Jane Austen, for making romance novels classics To Jane Austen, for making romance novels classics and keepers for generations. — Mary Balogh
Jane Austen And Quotes By Jane Austen: She had received ideas which disposed her to She had received ideas which disposed her to be courteous and kind to all, and to pity every one, as being less happy than herself. — Jane Austen
Jane Austen And Quotes By Jane Austen: Did not you? I did for you. But Did not you? I did for you. But that is one great difference between us. Compliments always take you by surprise, and me never. — Jane Austen
Jane Austen And Quotes By Jane Austen: The futility of something is not always (in The futility of something is not always (in love and in politics) a sufficient argument against it — Jane Austen
Jane Austen And Quotes By Jane Austen: He is a gentleman, and I am a He is a gentleman, and I am a gentleman's daughter. So far we are equal. — Jane Austen
Jane Austen And Quotes By Jane Austen: A mind lively and at ease, can do A mind lively and at ease, can do with seeing nothing, and can see nothing that does not answer. — Jane Austen
Jane Austen And Quotes By Jane Austen: her mind became cool enough to seek all her mind became cool enough to seek all the comfort that pride and self revenge could give. Henry — Jane Austen
Jane Austen And Quotes By Jane Austen: My heart is, and always will be, yours. My heart is, and always will be, yours. — Jane Austen
Jane Austen And Quotes By Jane Austen: What praise is more valuable than the praise What praise is more valuable than the praise of an intelligent servant? — Jane Austen
Jane Austen And Quotes By Jane Austen: I think we are a great deal better I think we are a great deal better employed, sitting comfortably here among ourselves, and doing nothing. — Jane Austen
Jane Austen And Quotes By Jane Austen: Nothing is more deceitful than the appearance of Nothing is more deceitful than the appearance of humility. It is often only carelessness of opinion, and sometimes an indirect boast. — Jane Austen
Jane Austen And Quotes By Jane Austen: She looked back as well as she could; She looked back as well as she could; but it was all confusion. She had taken up the idea, she supposed and made everything bend to it. — Jane Austen
Jane Austen And Quotes By Jane Austen: Happiness must preclude false indulgence and physic. Happiness must preclude false indulgence and physic. — Jane Austen
Jane Austen And Quotes By Jane Austen: She is a selfish, hypocritical woman, and I She is a selfish, hypocritical woman, and I have no opinion of her. — Jane Austen
Jane Austen And Quotes By Jane Austen: She was happy, she knew she was happy, She was happy, she knew she was happy, and knew she ought to be happy. — Jane Austen
Jane Austen And Quotes By Jane Austen: If a woman is partial to a man, If a woman is partial to a man, and does not endeavour to conceal it, he must find it out. -Elizabeth — Jane Austen
Jane Austen And Quotes By Jane Austen: Where he could think with pleasure of his Where he could think with pleasure of his own importance, and, — Jane Austen
Jane Austen And Quotes By Jane Austen: A few months more, and he, perhaps, may A few months more, and he, perhaps, may be walking here. — Jane Austen
Jane Austen And Quotes By Jane Austen: Catherine had never wanted comfort more, and [Henry] Catherine had never wanted comfort more, and [Henry] looked as if he was aware of it. — Jane Austen
Jane Austen And Quotes By Jane Austen: Dress is at all times a frivolous distinction, Dress is at all times a frivolous distinction, and excessive solicitude about it often destroys its own aim. — Jane Austen
Jane Austen And Quotes By Jane Austen: The promise, therefore, was given, and must be The promise, therefore, was given, and must be performed. — Jane Austen
Jane Austen And Quotes By Mary Lascelles: In Jane Austen it was the critical faculty In Jane Austen it was the critical faculty that would not be quieted; and that faculty in her, played on men and women. — Mary Lascelles
Jane Austen And Quotes By Sarah Scheele: And I'd have you know, through all of And I'd have you know, through all of it, I still had perfect nails! Because I am completely swell. — Sarah Scheele
Jane Austen And Quotes By Jane Austen: If any young men come for Mary or If any young men come for Mary or Kitty, send them in, for I am quite as leisure. — Jane Austen
Jane Austen And Quotes By Jane Austen: I have changed my mind, and changed the I have changed my mind, and changed the trimmings of my cap this morning; they are now such as you suggested. — Jane Austen
Jane Austen And Quotes By Jane Austen: Mr. Wickham was the happy man towards whom Mr. Wickham was the happy man towards whom almost every female eye was turned, and Elizabeth was the happy woman by whom he finally seated himself — Jane Austen
Jane Austen And Quotes By Jane Austen: The mere habit of learning to love is The mere habit of learning to love is the thing; and a teachableness of disposition in a young lady is a great blessing — Jane Austen
Jane Austen And Quotes By John Halperin: The milk of human kindness was kept often The milk of human kindness was kept often in the larder, and the tea served with lemon. — John Halperin
Jane Austen And Quotes By Jane Austen: She has many rare and charming qualities, but She has many rare and charming qualities, but Sobriety is not one of them. — Jane Austen
Jane Austen And Quotes By Jane Austen: Upon my word, you five your opinion very Upon my word, you five your opinion very decidedly for so young a person. — Jane Austen
Jane Austen And Quotes By Karen Doornebos: Sex sells, even to smart, liberated women, and Sex sells, even to smart, liberated women, and Mr. Darcy was the smart girl's pinup boy. — Karen Doornebos
Jane Austen And Quotes By Fay Weldon: Do not despair, little Alice. Only persist, and Do not despair, little Alice. Only persist, and thou shalt see, Jane Austen's all in all to thee. — Fay Weldon
Jane Austen And Quotes By Jane Austen: Well, he certainly is very agreeable, and I Well, he certainly is very agreeable, and I give you leave to like him. You have liked many a stupider person." "Dear Lizzy! — Jane Austen
Jane Austen And Quotes By Jane Austen: I don't approve of surprises. The pleasure is I don't approve of surprises. The pleasure is never enhanced and the inconvenience is considerable. — Jane Austen
Jane Austen And Quotes By Jane Austen: THIS little work was finished in the year THIS little work was finished in the year 1803, and intended for immediate publication. — Jane Austen
Jane Austen And Quotes By Jane Austen: I frequently observe that one pretty face would I frequently observe that one pretty face would be followed by five and thirty frights. — Jane Austen
Jane Austen And Quotes By Jane Austen: My Emma, does not every thing serve to My Emma, does not every thing serve to prove more and more the beauty of truth and sincerity in all our dealings with each other? — Jane Austen
Jane Austen And Quotes By Jane Austen: Every body else had something to say; every Every body else had something to say; every body was either surprised or not surprised, and had some question to ask, or some comfort to offer. — Jane Austen
Jane Austen And Quotes By Jane Austen: It was rather too late in the day It was rather too late in the day to set about being simple-minded and ignorant. — Jane Austen
Jane Austen And Quotes By Jane Austen: Charles Adams was an amiable, accomplished & bewitching Charles Adams was an amiable, accomplished & bewitching young Man; of so dazzling a Beauty that none but Eagles could look him in the Face. — Jane Austen
Jane Austen And Quotes By Jane Austen: It is wonderful, for almost all his actions It is wonderful, for almost all his actions may be traced to pride;-and pride has often been his best friend. — Jane Austen
Jane Austen And Quotes By Jane Austen: But a note had had been prepared and But a note had had been prepared and left for her, written in the very style to touch
a small mixture of reproach with a great deal of kindness — Jane Austen
Jane Austen And Quotes By Jane Austen: You have bewitched me body and soul. You have bewitched me body and soul. — Jane Austen
Jane Austen And Quotes By Jane Austen: Her spirits wanted the solitude and silence which Her spirits wanted the solitude and silence which only numbers could give. — Jane Austen
Jane Austen And Quotes By Jane Austen: Next to being married, a girl likes being Next to being married, a girl likes being crossed in love a little now and again. — Jane Austen