Posted by: austenproject | March 14, 2011

A Ball at Pemberley: Day 6!

See this #A4T story by the Pop Culture Passionistas!

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***REMINDER***
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1. When you finish your time slot, e-mail your tweets to austenproject@gmail.com, putting your tweets in order of earliest to latest. In paragraph form would be best.

2. Write the word DONE at the end of your last tweet so the next person knows to start.
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Day 5 is now up! We have reached our twentieth chapter!

The Pemberley ball, in a nutshell, courtesy of @sebazzel: “Mr Bennet, wholly satisfied by all that had occurred so far, could reflect on the evening with pleasure. Fond as he was of reading, he had never perused a novel so full of intrigue, scandal, and slander as he had witnessed in the ballroom.”

A Ball at Pemberley!

Chapter XVII

She pointed to Richard Armitage.

In any other woman, the evening’s progressions would have induced a nervous condition, at the very least a fit of the vapours. But Lizzy resolved to remain calm in the face of the storm, to be Mrs. Darcy, and she smiled as her husband squeezed her hand. She looked across the swaying sea of ebony and ivory in the ballroom, Mary in her view, but a Mary unrecognised.

“Darcy,” she urged. “Look.” (read more here…)

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