Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Pride & Prejudice characters illustrated; free downloads

Pursuant to our Jane Austen discussion last week, we have put together a slideshow of the illustrations by Robert Ball to the 1945 Doubleday edition of Pride and Prejudice. We think they're quite winning. How about you?



Judging by your responses to our piece about Austen lore, Jane is obviously beloved by Daily Glean readers. To reward you for your good taste, we invite you to download the images above here, for crafts projects, bookmarks, framing, what have you. Enjoy!

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    1. that's strange ... did you try clicking the download link?

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  2. Totally winning, love the little slideshow!!!!I look forward to downloading the images later. Love the Jane Austen stuff. Keep it coming and thanks JP Mullaney!!!

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  3. "..standing about in this stupid manner." (slide 7) Actually, Darcy looks like he's impersonating Angelina Jolie at the Oscars.

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  4. Great Downloads..I think I will print some and put them up in my cubicle, for a little ambiance!!!!

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