"It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a single man in possession of a good fortune must be in want of a wife." --Jane Austen, Pride and Prejudice There was never a more astute chronicler of the hits and near-misses of love than Jane Austen. Now, she helps readers discover their... read more
ABOUT THE STRUCTURE OF THIS BOOK-
AND HOW TO USE IT
One If You Like Someone, Make It Clear That You Do
Two Don't Put Your Feelings on Public Display, Unless They're Fully Reciprocated
Three Don't Play Games or Lead People On
Four Have Faith In Your Own Instincts
Five Don't Fall For Superficial Qualities
Six Look For Someone Who Can Bring Out Your Best Qualities
Seven Don't Settle - Don't Marry for Money, or Convenience, or Out of Loneliness
Eight Be Witty If You Can, but Not Cynical, Indiscreet, or Cruel
Nine Be Prepared to Wait for the Right Person to Come Along
Ten If Your Lover Needs a Reprimand, Let Him Have It
WHICH JANE AUSTEN CHARACTER ARE YOU?
WHICH JANE AUSTEN CHARACTER IS THE MAN YOU LIKE?
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