You'll have to keep me apprised if this challenge happens again, so I can participate properly! Well, I really don't mind new sign-ups actually, so if you would like to sign up for Pride and Prejudice I can add you to the list? We wanted to have a max of 4 bloggers per title, so there is still one spot open. Or if you wanted Jane Eyre, that is open as well! If you are planning to read these classic retellings, you might as well join up here. Charlene, I've had nothing but browser problems, and I had to get a new one again!
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Mark me down!!! Charlene, Hopefully all is well with me joining, as in the hours since I last contacted you, I have retrofitted my reading list from Austen in August and absorbed it into Classics Re-Told! I am tweaking my post right now, as well as I saved the badge as well, which is now in my sidebar as much as will be included in each posting!
My first post will be my "Introduction" post, followed-up by my review of "Pride and Prejudice". I will add the links as they go live, of course!
I cannot thank you enough for including me! I look forward to the experience!
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Ok, glad to add you to the list! And I look forward to seeing all your Pride and Prejudice posts! This is such a great way to approach the classics! I'm thinking I'll have to do something similar on my own time someday -- pick a classic and dive into not only the original text, but the myriad adaptations that seem to surround our favorite books.
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I'm looking forward to following along with the posts to see what people unearth! I think so too, I think it's fun to see how people have adapted a work, and this forces me to really watch and read a lot as otherwise I might forget. I hope you do that with Jane Eyre after you've read it! In this faithful reproduction, The Count of Monte Cristo is published for the first time by Skyhorse Publishing, still proving to be one of the canons of adventure literature.
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