Jo’s Book Nook Opens Reading of Sense and Sensibility


Jan 03, 2009

Posted by EdwardTLC

It is time for a Jane Austen classic, Sense and Sensibility, to be read in Jo’s Book Nook, our non-Harry Potter book club over on the Leaky Lounge forums. Opening today, our book club is open to all who wish to take part in a discussion, examination, and group reading with their fellow Lounge members. Many topics regarding the story and the author are set to be featured during this reading, so do not delay in joining. To take part in the reading of Sense and Sensibility, click here. For those who do not yet have the novel, our own Cauldron Shop has a copy waiting for you.


7 Responses to Jo’s Book Nook Opens Reading of Sense and Sensibility

Avatar Image says: I love that book and Emma Thompson plays in the movie version of the novel. :)Avatar Image says: I love Alan Rickman in the film version. He transends the ages with that voice! Whats cool is you get to see him with sandy blonde hair and green eyes instead of the greasy black hair and dark eyes. LOL! He is without a doubt my favorite actor. Great book too, by the way!Avatar Image says: SORRY DONT READ!! when you are reading this dont stop or something bad will happen! My name is summer i am 15 years old i have blonde hair,many scars no nose or ears..i am dead.if you dont copy this just like from the ring, on 5 more sites.. or..i will appear one dark quiet night when your not expecting it by your bed with a knife and kill you. this is no joke something good will happen to you if you post this on 5 more pages Avatar Image says: TOTALLY agree with kerri...I just saw this movie a few weeks ago, loved it. And he gets the girl in the end!!Avatar Image says: Again, in agreement on Mr Rickman. I just finished the movie, again, and he is a fine actor. We just all need to remember that 'Jo's Book Nook' is about the BOOK, not the movie! LOL, It's a great read, and I can't wait! :DAvatar Image says: I love the Thompson-Rickman interpretation of it, but when I started reading the actual book it struck me with boredom. Great novels in it's time, but it's a style and theme that is completely outdated.and once you read one Jane Austen y've read them all: Girl needs man, girl rejects mr.Right, girl fancies mr.Wrong, girl accepts mr.Right, end of storyAvatar Image says: Confederate Lady, you're right discussion is mainly about the book but we also discuss movie interpretations and comparisons with the books, we have quizzes, discussions about Jane Austen's influence on JKR's work, etc so hopefully we have something for everyone.

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