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Review » Persuasion 106 PERSUASSION The baronet of Kellynch Hall Sir Walter Elliot lives with his daughters Elizabeth and Anne Elizabeth the eldest daughter has overseen the affairs of Kellynch Hall since her mother’s death thirteen years ago Sir Walter feels closest to Elizabeth who shares his values and good looks Anne’s opinion is valued very little As for the youngest daughter Mary she lives with the Musgroves her husband Charles’ family at Upp. I want to share something with you It s a long story and while it might initially seem irrelevant to this book I assure you there is a point to itAre you sitting comfortably Then I shall beginDuring the summer of 2008 my bestie and I were preparing to go to university When it was time to move into our halls we had to hire read my dad did a rental van to take our stuff on account of my friend being entirely impractical and insisting on taking all of her shit So on the weekend of said move my friend s older brother agreed to meet us there and help get us settled inAfter a 5 hour drive it should ve taken half that time but the sat nav lady was a bitch and fucked us over we arrived I got out of the van and spotted my friend s brother I halted momentarily in my haste to rush over and say hello when I caught sight of the man he was talking to Talking to my friend s brother was uite possibly the most beautiful man I had ever seen He was much taller than me lean muscled with hair that refused to behave and rebelled against product by continuously flopping right onto his forehead despite his many frustrated attempts to brush his hair back with his hand To complete this look he was wearing the sexiest pair of geek glasses you could ever wish to see I was an instantly smitten kittenWhen I finally reached them the beautiful stranger turned his face in my direction I m pretty sure I had a mini orgasm when he did this because my beautiful stranger had the most ridiculous green eyes and a motherfucking chin dimple drooling may also have happened upon this discoveryWhile I was staring at my beautiful stranger my friend s brother decides to make introductionsHey Kat This is my friend James James this is What the fuck happened to you James saidI stood there stunned for all of 05 seconds that this beautiful man would speak to me that way especially when he didn t know me Then I immediately went into full on self defence mode In the fairness of full disclosure I should say I did look a fright as I was suffering with severe sunburn after getting drunk and falling asleep in the sunshine don t try that at home kids My skin had blistered all along my left arm and was oozing pus and it really was gross But I had my pride and my pride took over and I said Hey Don t be rude For all you know I could have some deadly disease Well do you Er no It s severe sunburn but that s not the point fucker and you know it He responded by dazzling me with the most irritatingly gorgeous smile as though my outburst was amusing My response was to gift him with my thousand yard stare which he didn t seem to appreciate I have no idea why By now an intense stare down had commenced between myself and James the man who was originally my beautiful stranger I did a little victory jig when he looked away first and then went about the business of moving in all the while internally warring with myself about how I could find such a fucking fucker so attractiveThat was the first time I met JamesWe saw each other intermittently during the following year we attended different universities Always verbally sparring Outwardly I acted as though he was a pain in the arse Inwardly I secretly loved those moments we sharedFor our second year at university my friend and I left the halls and moved into a house with 2 other people Without realising it at the time this was going to be the beginning of things changing between James and I It was in my new dwellings I discovered Call of Duty One of my flatmates had a PlayStation and introduced me to the wonder that is COD I spent many hours playing this Honing my skills Knowing that one day it would be useful And I was rightSomehow James found out about my new favourite thing and we began playing against each other online It was here my COD mad skillz were made knownThey were made known by my uncanny ability to kill James with a head shot nearly every single time Weirdly this kept making him mad which amused me no end In order for him to complain at the injustice of it all we began to speak on the phone This was the start of us becoming best friendsThe following three years were spent playing COD regularly seeing each other when possible but still speaking every day I learned all his secrets and he learned mineIn 2012 when I graduated university I moved back to London It was always my intention to do it but I had the added motivation of that s where James was And for the first time in the four years we d known each other I was finally going to get to be in the same city as a man who d come to be my best friendFor the most part I was in heaven with this But I was internally warring with myself again when the realisation struck me that my feelings were beginning to change Not willing to risk our friendship I said nothing Not for once believing that this amazing man could ever feel the same about meEvery time he went out on dates with other women I swear a little bit of me died I tried going on dates myself but they were always unmitigated disasters due to the fact my heart had already made up its mind and decided it wanted James December 2012 Two weeks before Christmas and I was sick with flu For the first time in four days I managed to leave my bed but made it no further than my sofa James had declared himself my chief nurse during this time Staying with me taking care of me and knowing how much it mattered to me making sure my cats were also taken care of When he wasn t reading to me we were bingeing on box sets of The Wire During an early episode of the the third series I started feeling a sense of foreboding that something bad was going to happen to my beloved Stringer Bell I d barely been able to speak for days but I managed to say rather croakily If David Simon kills off Stringer I promise you I will take up ninja fighting fly to Balti and use my new found ninja skills on him before threatening to do the same to his family members if he ever kills off my most favourite character Omar or Brother Mouzone James started chuckling which I wasn t happy about because I was deadly serious I continued watching The Wire all the while muttering to myself my revenge plans when James said with a smile in his voice You re terrible I still continued my watching but stopped my muttering to say jokingly I know I am but you still love me And then in a voice I d never ever heard him use before Yeah I do There was something in that tone that caused me to drag my eyes away from the tv And when I did that s when I saw he wasn t jokingBecause that look on his face That fucking look It said everything I responded in the only way I knew how With a very loud despite my sore throat WHAT THE EVER LOVING FUCKI was rewarded with the most beautiful smile and I knew we were going to be just fineI later learned his initial reaction to me was that of shock at seeing me in the flesh that day as he had no clue I would be there Apparently a few months before he had seen a picture of me and told me that looking at it made him feel funny things The good kindThat s the story of how James and I came to beOkay so I bet you re wondering what that has to do with anything Let me tell you I ve always thought Persuasion was Jane Austen s most romantic novel A large part of that is to do with this letter that Captain Wentworth writes to Anne I can listen no longer in silence I must speak to you by such means as are within my reach You pierce my soul I am half agony half hope Tell me not that I am too late that such precious feelings are gone for ever I offer myself to you again with a heart even your own than when you almost broke it eight years and a half ago Dare not say that man forgets sooner than woman that his love has an earlier death I have loved none but you Unjust I may have been weak and resentful I have been but never inconstant You alone have brought me to Bath For you alone I think and plan Have you not seen this Can you fail to have understood my wishes I had not waited even these ten days could I have read your feelings as I think you must have penetrated mine I can hardly write I am every instant hearing something which overpowers me You sink your voice but I can distinguish the tones of that voice when they would be lost on others Too good too excellent creature You do us justice indeed You do believe that there is true attachment and constancy among men Believe it to be most fervent most undeviating inF WI must go uncertain of my fate but I shall return hither or follow your party as soon as possible A word a look will be enough to decide whether I enter your father s house this evening or never And this line after Anne reads it Such a letter was not soon to be recovered from This letter was such a simple gesture It cost nothing Yet Anne could be in no doubt about anythingMuch like that look James gave me that day And to this day that look is the greatest thing he has ever given me and bar any future children always will beSo now I hope you understand why I told you this storyPersuasion is my favourite romance my favourite second chance romance and my favourite Austen

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Review » Persuasion 106 Will able to maintain a dignified lifestyle at lesser expense Incidentally it is decided that Mrs Clay will accompany Sir Walter and Elizabeth to Bath Mrs Clay is a daughter of Mr Shepherd who excels at the art of pleasing at least at Kellynch Hall Although she is a widow and not very pretty Anne and Lady Russell fear that she and Sir Walter may become involved with her romantically Anne meanwhile goes to Uppercross at Mary’s reues. Are second chances possible Readers of this marvelous book by Jane Austen her last completed will find outAnne Elliot 19 tense and insecure had broken an engagement to Frederick Wentworth 23 the family objected to the poor sailor with no apparent prospects her father Sir Walter Elliot baronet a proud man with a luxury loving streak his late wife had kept him in check living in Kellynch Hall Somersetshire the widower was greatly supported by his eldest daughter selfish Elizabeth now 29 the two are very much alike handsome arrogant cold looking down at people they think are beneath them she is the prettiest of his three children the youngest Mary freuently claiming illness to get attention would marry easy going Charles Musgrove scolding him for his perceived neglect and be unable to control the children Even Anne s only friend intelligent influential Lady Russell had not looked kindly to the marriage Eight years have passed the then teenager is now 27 much sure of herself and her emotions Anne is nevertheless always ignored by others regrets turning down Wentworth who has become a captain with his own ship war spoils have made him rich when peace is finally declared Napoleon in exile he is free to come homeExtravagant Sir Walter just can t stop himself from spending all his money a position to maintain in society dignity demands living like the superior being he thinks he is the baronet believes and is entitled to this But going broke fast Lady Russell and his lawyer friend Mr Sheperd urges something to fix the problem swiftly or ruined soon Mr Elliot the haughty man refuses at first however reality finally sets in Sir Walter has to rent Kellynch Hall uietly to pay the creditors the shame must be hidden though Moving to the elegant resort town of Bath with Elizabeth the most famous in England seeing important members of the upper class his style and enjoys it immensely Admiral Croft Captain Wentworth s wise brother in law his pleasant sister Sophia as bright as her husband married the now retired naval officer courageously following him from ship to ship takes ironically Sir Walter s the insolvent baronet fabulous mansion with war s end there are a lot of unemployed sailors around The meetings between Anne she stayed behind for a few months and Frederick are uite uncomfortable you can imagine but with their families and friends so entangled it can not be avoided The former couple are nervous what can they talk about at dinners and parties traveling to visit a friend living by the riveting sea their eyes pretending not to notice each other which is silly both are tongue tied and embarrassed speak very little between themselves afraid to make the the first move but in a room full of noisy interesting people many are admirers of Frederick and Anne still only the two are important to the duo Will the Captain and Anne forget the painful past and be persuaded to resume their love can the future bring happiness that has been denied the pair for too many years Wasted by unperceptive family and friends who never knew their real feelings This brilliant novel asks that uestion and the answer while not a surprise makes for a splendid reading experience

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Review » Persuasion 106 Ercross After Lady Elliot’s death the Elliots have accumulated debt steadily At the novel’s opening the debt has reached a point that reuires the Elliots to reform their lifestyle thoroughly Two family friends Mr Shepherd and Lady Russell are called in for advice After some discussion and negotiations it is decided that the Elliots will let Kellynch Hall to Admiral Croft and move to a smaller place in Bath At Bath the Elliots. 933 From 1001 Persuasion Jane AustenPersuasion is the last novel fully completed by Jane Austen It was published at the end of 1817 six months after her death The story concerns Anne Elliot a young Englishwoman of 27 years whose family is moving to lower their expenses and get out of debt They rent their home to an Admiral and his wife The wife s brother Navy Captain Frederick Wentworth had been engaged to Anne in 1806 and now they meet again both single and unattached after no contact in than seven years This sets the scene for many humorous encounters as well as a second well considered chance at love and marriage for Anne in her second bloom 1989 1368 1390 312 19 1391 310 9786009254514 1388 308 9789641850250 1388 1389 1392 1806 31061399

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