Some Internet stories you may have missed:
How Jane Austen Raised Seven Gothic Novels From the Dead – BookRiot
With October creeping up on us, it’s time again to devote ourselves to the literature that fits the season: the gothic. Full of chills and monsters real and imaginary, it’s a year-round favorite of mine. And I’m in good company, because Jane Austen was a reader and writer of gothic literature as well.
The 11 best Jane Austen books, including one she wrote as a teen – Insider
(article counts her partially completed titles both as stand alone and collected works, her letters, and her a collection of her Juvenilia as books)
Paris Hilton takes a leaf out of Jane Austen’s recipe book – Apollo Magazine
Author connects Hilton’s Netflix cooking show and her enjoyment of writing out recipes by hand to Martha Lloyd’s Household Book.
Pride and Prejudice and Asset Prices – The New York Times – Opinion
Well, I want to take on the latter argument, which is fundamentally misguided. And one way to illustrate why is to think about an economy simpler than the one we have now — the economy of Jane Austen’s England. I’ll explain later how the sense and sensibility we gain from Austen translates in the 21st century.
Review: In ‘Persuasion,’ How to Lose Lovers and Influence People – The New York Times
The Bedlam theater company returns with another adaptation of Jane Austen, but the production misses all of the source material’s subtle wit.