Wednesday, January 18, 2012

More Valentine's Day Printables!

The last post was full of pink, and this one is full of red. Today I am printable-ing three great quotes:

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"I don't want sunbursts and marble halls. I just want YOU." - L.M. Montgomery, from Anne of the Island

If you have any question on the love I have for the Anne series, see the Anne of Green Gables post a few weeks back.




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"Whatever our souls are made of, His and Mine are the same"- Emily Bronte from Wuthering Heights

That whole Catherine and Heathcliff dynamic always seemed strange and unhealthy to me as a youth. But as I have read Wuthering Heights over in adulthood, I have gained a new appreciation for this Bronte sister. (I always loved Charlotte...)


And last but not least, a "fake" Pride and Prejudice quote in two styles. Let me just say that if Jane Austen has heard this quote, I think she approves of it. It is the genius work of Deborah Moggach, the author of the most recent P&P screenplay.


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Okay, couldn't resist a little more pink...



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Oh, Mister Darcy, I love you too. We all love you. :)



10 comments:

  1. Oh my LOVE! Anything Anne and I am smitten- so thrilled to be your newest follower! Thanks for your nice comment at Capital B too :)

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    1. Oh you are so welcome! You have inspired me to make forts with my kids tomorrow :) Glad to follow you back!

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  2. Love the Mr.Darcy quote. One of my favorite books.

    I'd love to invite you to share this on my Thingamajig Thursday party going on now...http://radcrafter.com/2012/01/thingamajig-thursday-party-11/

    Alida
    radcrafter.com

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  3. Love, love, love! Ok, so I never actually read "Wuthering Heights" but I saw the movie, and it was dreadful enough I had to go buy the book. Lol! But I definitely think Anne and Gilbert belong in the list of greatest literary love stories, right up at the top with Elizabeth and Mr. Darcy.

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    1. Oh absolutely! Anne and Gilbert, Jane and Mr. Rochester, Elizabeth and Mr. Darcy. My three tops :) Okay, and now you have to read Wuthering Heights. It is seriously better the older you are. Now that you are so old and all :)

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  4. Oh I swoon for MR. Darcy every time! I hope you will link up with me here:
    http://www.thegingerbreadblog.com/2012/01/sweet-saturday-link-party-v23.html

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    1. Absolutely! Thanks for the invite :)

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  5. Oh, oh! We LOVE Anne of Green Gables over At The Picket Fence and Emily Bronte, and Jane Austen both the book and the adaptation for the screen. Thank you for sharing these lovely printables with us at Inspiration Friday. I pinned this on our Valentine's Board to share with others!

    Heather

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    1. It only makes sense that you adorable blogging sisters would be such "Kindred Spirits." :) Also, I think there are very few books with movie adaptations that do them justice, but filmmakers have worked some magic on a couple of Jane Austen's masterpieces. Thanks for being awesome hosts and for pinning. Yay Pins! :)

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  6. Ahhhhh!! I'm just dying over your blog right now!! I love all things Austen and Anne. I just love, love, love it. :) Still waiting for my Gilbert Blythe, but I know he'll turn up somewhere :)

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