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    Tom Sawyer
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    Default Re: Emma by Jane Austen Book Club

    Quote Originally Posted by Prendy
    I'm on the fence as to join or not. Before Emma was announced my next book to read was Pride and Prejudice as I've never read it. Which do you guys think I should go for first??
    Why not join, and read P&P next?
    Or, if it's really high-priority for you to read P&P, you can always come back to our Emma posts and comment at a later date.
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    Default Re: Emma by Jane Austen Book Club

    I liked P&P, we could always do that as another book club!!

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    For those who like to watch and own DVDs the BBC version of Emma that is currently playing on PBS was released on DVD today. Amazon has it for only $21.99. It's the best production I have seen of Emma. The casting, directing, costumes and locations are wonderful. Definitely one you would probably watch more than once.

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    Default Re: Emma by Jane Austen Book Club

    Quote Originally Posted by Ktrek
    For those who like to watch and own DVDs the BBC version of Emma that is currently playing on PBS was released on DVD today. Amazon has it for only $21.99. It's the best production I have seen of Emma. The casting, directing, costumes and locations are wonderful. Definitely one you would probably watch more than once.

    Kevin
    Thanks Kevin I am going to check it out.


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    Tom Sawyer
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    Default Re: Emma by Jane Austen Book Club

    Hey guys, I just wanted to post a reminder here that I have the questions up. Don't feel bad if you're behind, but I'd love to get some reactions to the novel. The questions for the first three weeks are up now!
    Now reading: Sula by Toni Morrison, Matterhorn by Karl Marlantes

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