Pemberley state of mind

"To be fond of dancing was a certain step towards falling in love."

(“Pride and prejudice”, Chapter 3)

Pride? What pride?

"Vanity and pride are different things, though the words are often used synonimously. A person may be proud without being vain. Pride relates more to our opinion of ourselves, vanity to what we would have others think of us.”

(“Pride and prejudice”, Chapter 5)

"I cast Rosamund because I knew she wasn’t going to play Jane as a nice, simple person. Jane has a real interior world, she has her heart broken.”

(Joe Wright, Director)

"Pride & Prejudice is a love letter to the English landscape from its director Joe Wright. There are many smaller notes, where the film exults in the quieter glories of England. There are long wet meads with small tufts of reeds; modest rivers weaving through flat meadows; small woods perched on ridges over long fields; all moist, green and rich. It is a landscape in sympathetic participation with the human, and pleasantly unique to us.”

(Press review)

Proud dad.

Portrait of Mrs. Harriet Quentin by Jean François-Marie Huet-Villiers.

After attending an exhibition Jane Austen wrote to her sister that she had found a portrait of Mrs Bingley’s:
"Mrs. Bingley’s is exactly herself-size, shaped face, features, and sweetness; there never was a greater likeness. She is dressed in a white gown,with green ornaments, which convinces me of what I had always supposed, that green was a favourite colour with her. I dare say Mrs. Darcy will be in yellow
….and I am disappointed, for there was nothing like Mrs Darcy at either. I can only imagine that Mr Darcy prizes any Picture of her too much to like it should be exposed to the public eye. I can imagine he would have that sort of feeling, that mixture of love, pride, and delicacy.”
(24 May, 1813)

Portrait of Mrs. Harriet Quentin by Jean François-Marie Huet-Villiers.

After attending an exhibition Jane Austen wrote to her sister that she had found a portrait of Mrs Bingley’s:

"Mrs. Bingley’s is exactly herself-size, shaped face, features, and sweetness; there never was a greater likeness. She is dressed in a white gown,with green ornaments, which convinces me of what I had always supposed, that green was a favourite colour with her. I dare say Mrs. Darcy will be in yellow

….and I am disappointed, for there was nothing like Mrs Darcy at either. I can only imagine that Mr Darcy prizes any Picture of her too much to like it should be exposed to the public eye. I can imagine he would have that sort of feeling, that mixture of love, pride, and delicacy.”

(24 May, 1813)

Hi, I love your blog!! I just wanted to ask, have you heard of the Lizzie Bennet Diaries and if you've seen them, what are your thoughts on them?
Anonymous

Yes, many people told me about it and I had a great time watching. I think it´s so original and talented and I must say that I´m extremely proud that Ashley Clements once reblogged one of my posts. Love her.

Pride and Prejudice

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-Vp3R1thIiQ

Matthew MacFadyen reads some of Pride and Prejudice

Awww Mr. Macfadyen´s velvet voice. I posted this before, but you can never get tire of it :).

I love the Bennett house! Someday I would like to have a room like Lizzy and Jane's :) I just wish I knew more about the homes of that era. I love te carved wood furniture and the needlepoint pillows on te couch.
Anonymous

They chose such wonderful locations, I want to visit them someday :):

Pemberley state of mind turned 4 today!

THANK YOU SO MUCH my wonderful tumblr people for making this such an amazing, rewarding, exciting and moving experience ♥♥♥ !!!

Pemberley state of mind turned 4 today!

THANK YOU SO MUCH my wonderful tumblr people for making this such an amazing, rewarding, exciting and moving experience ♥♥♥ !!!

Hi there! I think there's a typo on your "Mr Collins having a good time" gifset. Shouldn't "wich" be "which"? I love this blog, you're such a nice person and you make so many great things, so I hope I'm not being rude!
Anonymous

Oh Thank you :) of course you´re not rude. I´ll try to fix it.