We Answer Your Most Ardent Questions About 'Pride and Prejudice'
We thought we covered everything. We were wrong.
Lizzie Bennett Destroys Lady Catherine de Bourgh With Facts and Logic
Classist reactionary left speechless when feminist hero reminds her she's a gentleman's daughter.
Be Good and Rewatch It
The 2009 'Emma' Adaptation Understands Austen Is Critiquing Class
Like a long walk up a hill and an awkward picnic with our romantic rivals, Waypoint's journey into the world of Jane Austen continues.
Lydia Bennett Wasn't Wrong, But That Doesn't Make Her Right
Or, 'Pride and Prejudice' Rewatch Finale Part the First
1995's BBC 'Pride & Prejudice' Is Full of Forgotten Nuance
The worst people are better than we remember, the best are not as good as we thought.
'Clueless' Is Still Much Smarter, and More Conservative, Than It Seems
Two permits do not equal a license, and other lessons.
The Totally Enduring Legacy of 'Clueless'
Amy Heckerling's iconic retelling of Jane Austen's "Emma" remains timeless for its inventive language, deftly created characters, and iconic costume design.
Nothing Matches the Glory of a Bad British Picnic
As long as there is breath in my body and ants in my gusset I shall have my picnics surrounded by dog-chewed tennis balls and rusting bottle tops, feasting on half-crushed Twiglets beneath a dusty British sun.
Photos by Rory DCS and styling by Bertie Brandes and Charlotte Roberts.
The Fiction Issue 2013
Bitches Be Writing: A History
The first important modern writer with a vagina emerged out of nowhere, with an exaggerated, hyperbolic diary she called <i>Pride and Prejudice</i>, written when she was just 21 years old. As a result, universities all over the place now have feminist...
Top 5 Literature/Game Crossovers We Want To See
When Electronic Arts announced their videogame adaptation of _Dante's Inferno_ a couple years back, the English majors among us had a bit of a tantrum. Maybe it had to do with the fact that the game began to out-rank The Divine Comedy on "Google...