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"One doesn't read Jane Austen; one re-reads Jane Austen." - William F Buckley Jr

"Jane Austen is very amusing." - James Callis

"I'm a Jewish Jane Austen." - Howard Jacobson

"I'm a Jane Austen/Jane Eyre kind of girl." - Maggie Grace

"To Jane Austen, every fool is a treasure trove." - Mason Cooley

"How I wish I lived in a Jane Austen novel!" - Dodie Smith

"I've never got on very well with Jane Austen." - Anita Brookner

"What's ready? Was Steinback ready? Hemingway? Shakespeare? Dickens? Jane Austen? They just did it, didn't they?" - Danielle Steel

"I am for the ones who represent sense, and so was Jane Austen." - Mary Mccarthy

"Jane Austen is the feminine Peter Pan of letters. She never grew up." - George Sampson

"What's ready? Was Steinback ready? Hemingway? Shakespeare? Dickens? Jane Austen? They just did it, did' they?" - Danielle Steel

"I can talk about Jane Austen until the cows come home." - Whit Stillman

"Raw sex is the last thing you are going to encounter in a Jane Austen woman." - Peter Greenaway

"If there was a Jane Austen camp, I would go, no question." - Stephenie Meyer

"It was like being in a Jane Austen novel, but one with far less clothing." - Terry Pratchett

"Look at Jane Austen. Her characters derive in a reasonably straight line from fairy tales." - Andrew Davies

"Jane Austen writes about these humdrum lives with such empathy that they seem endlessly fascinating" - Mark Haddon

"I imagined being a famous writer would be like being like Jane Austen." - J K Rowling

"Jane Austen is the pinnacle to which all other authors aspire." - J K Rowling

"I'm like Jane Austen - I work on the corner of the dining table." - A N Wilson

"My role models were childless: Virginia Woolf, Jane Austen, George Eliot, the Brontes." - Joyce Carol Oates

"I actually didn't like Jane Austen. I was more into the Brontes. They were so wild and passionate. I thought there was something a bit tame about Austen." - Frances Oconnor

"I actually didn't like Jane Austen. I was more into the Brontes. They were so wild and passionate. I thought there was something a bit tame about Austen." - Frances O'Connor

"I think as far as the action genre goes, I like when it has a sense of humor. I'm a Jane Austen/Jane Eyre kind of girl." - Maggie Grace

"Before 'Austenland,' I got do a lead role in 'Northanger Abbey', which is Jane Austen. Growing up in England, you can't really ignore Jane Austen. It's always been there." - Jj Feild

"I've been fortunate in that I never actually read any Jane Austen until I was thirty, thus sparing myself several decades of the unhappiness of having no new Jane Austen novels to read." - Cathleen Schine

"...in other words, all I want to be is the Jane Austen of south Alabama Interview - March 1964" - Harper Lee

"Jane Austen: Getting into her books is like getting in bed with a cadaver. Something vital is lacking; namely, life." - Edward Abbey

"Pride and Prejudice' - perhaps more than any other Jane Austen book - is engrained in our literary consciousness." - Seth Grahame-Smith

"Every time I read a Jane Austen novel, I feel like a bartender at the gates of heaven." - Mark Twain

"All reading is good reading. And all reading of Jane Austen and Charles Dickens is sublime reading." - Anna Quindlen

"It was the marriage that was important; Jane Austen rarely even bothered to write about the wedding." - Karen Joy Fowler

"I'm kind of a mash-up of taste - Graham Greene and Jane Austen; W.G. Sebald and Alice Munro." - Amy Waldman

"'Pride and Prejudice' - perhaps more than any other Jane Austen book - is engrained in our literary consciousness." - Seth Grahamesmith

"I think it's about as likely Jane Austen was gay as that she was found out to be a man." - Claire Tomalin

"I remain loyal to Bach, Mozart, Beethoven and Schubert in music and to Shakespeare and Jane Austen in literature." - Anne Stevenson

"I'm totally in love with Jane Austen and have always been in love with Jane Austen. I did my dissertation at university on black people in eighteenth-century Britain - so I'd love to do a Jane Austen-esque film but with black people." - Naomie Harris

"Here was a woman about the year 1800 writing without hate, without bitterness, without fear, without protest, without preaching. That was how Shakespeare wrote, I thought, looking at Antony and Cleopatra; and when people compare Shakespeare and Jane Austen, they may mean that the minds of both had consumed all impediments; and for that reason we do not know Jane Austen and we do not know Shakespeare, and for that reason Jane Austen pervades every word that she wrote, and so does Shakespeare." - Virginia Woolf

"Jane Austen may not be the best writer, but she certainly writes about the best people. And by that I mean people just like me." - Anna Quindlen

"Jane Austen can in fact get more drama out of morality than most other writers can get from shipwreck, battle, murder, or mayhem." - Ronald Blythe

"Now I was more certain than ever of my decision. I could not love a man who did not love Jane Austen." - Deanna Raybourn

"Who would not spout the family teapot in order to talk with Keats for an hour about poetry, or with Jane Austen about the art of fiction?" - Virginia Woolf

"Jane Austen we know never let two men converse alone in any novel because what they said would be unknown to her." - Jane Gardam

"The art and passion of reading well and deeply is waning, but [Jane] Austen still inspires people to become fanatical readers." - Harold Bloom

"Every housemaid expects at least once a week as much excitement as would have lasted a Jane Austen heroine throughout a whole novel." - Bertrand Russell

"There's a history of English literature where the best boils to the top, and Jane Austen stands right at the top of that." - Jj Feild

"Because I had grown up with Jane Austen novels and period dramas, I was very familiar with that period and that world." - Gugu Mbatha-Raw

"Jane Austen easily used half a page describing someone else's eyes; she would not appreciate summarizing her reading tastes in ten titles." - Tracy Chevalier

"As Jane Austen might have put it: It is a truth universally acknowledged that young protagonists in search of adventure must ditch their parents." - Philip Pullman

"Jane Austen was an extraordinary woman; to actually be able to survive as a novelist in those days - unmarried - was just unheard of." - Julie Walters

"I've always loved books by the Bronte sisters. I love Jane Austen, too. I'm more influenced by people like her than by pop culture." - Laura Marling

"Jane Austen was writing about boring people with desperately limited lives. We forget this because we've seen too many of her books on screen." - Mark Haddon

"I've never had a study in my life. I'm like Jane Austen - I work on the corner of the dining table." - A N Wilson

"I am a Jane Austenite, and therefore slightly imbecile about Jane Austen. My fatuous expression, and airs of personal immunity-how ill they sit on the face, say,of a Stevensonian! But Jane Austen is so different. She is my favourite author! I read and reread, the mouth open and the mind closed. Shut up in measureless content, I greet her by the name of most kind hostess, while criticism slumbers." - E M Forster

"I boast of being the only man in London who has been bombed off a lavatory seat while reading Jane Austen. She went into the bath; I went through the door." - Kingsley Martin

"I read "Pride and Prejudice" [by Jane Austen]. I was gobsmacked by it - it's so funny and so modern. Unbelievable. You don't expect funny to come through after 200 years - humor doesn't transcend decades, let alone centuries." - Julie Walters

"There would be more genuine rejoicing at the discovery of a complete new novel by Jane Austen than any other literary discovery, short of a new major play by Shakespeare." - Margaret Drabble

"But if you read Jane Austen, you know that she had a wicked sense of humor. Not only was she funny, but her early writing was very dark and had a gothic tone to it." - Seth Grahame-Smith

"If there is a heaven, Jane Austen is sitting in a small room with Mother Teresa and Princess Diana, listening to Duran Duran, forever. If there's a hell, she's standing." - Roddy Doyle

"Jane Austen, much in advance of her day, was a mistress of the use of the dialogue. She used it as dialogue should be used-to advance the story; not only to show the characters, but to advance." - Elizabeth Bowen

"I write about violence as naturally as Jane Austen wrote about manners. Violence shapes and obsesses our society, and if we do not stop being violent we have no future." - Edward Bond

"There are some writers who wrote too much. There are others who wrote enough. There are yet others who wrote nothing like enough to satisfy their admirers, and Jane Austen is certainly one of these." - Margaret Drabble

"I believed in happily ever after as much as anyone, because Jane Austen, Prince Charming, and Hugh Grant promised me it could happen. But maybe that particular delusion was universal." - Robin Wasserman

"[Henry] James is much more complex than Jane Austen. That's why it's not so easy to adapt him. People expect a nice period piece, but that's not always the case. There's a deep human mystery in his work." - Agnieszka Holland

"When I came to England it wasn't what it is now, then the black people were very rarely strong. I had a personal shock because England wasn't what I expected it to be... where people lived like Jane Austen." - Buchi Emecheta

"[ Lady Susan novel by Jane Austen is] extremely difficult to adapt. I worked on it for years, for, like, ten years, before I started showing it to people. This was my back-burner project." - Whit Stillman

"The great thing about Jane Austen - the reason we're all still obsessed with her - is that she gets inside a woman's mind and she taps into our fantasies of wanting to be accepted and loved for who we are." - Jennifer Coolidge

"That's the attraction of the conference circuit: it's a way of converting work into play, combining professionalism with tourism, and all at someone else's expense. Write a paper and see the world! I'm Jane Austen - fly me!" - David Lodge

"I always advise children who ask me for tips on being a writer to read as much as they possibly can. Jane Austen gave a young friend the same advice, so I'm in good company there." - J K Rowling

"To paraphrase Jane Austen, it is a truth universally acknowledged that a married man in possession of a vast fortune must be in want of a newer, younger wife." - Bruce Feirstein

"I would be curious about one of those Jane Austen women - you know - long-suffering, dutiful - but all right in the end - a plump 19th century type, five foot four, ringlets, brown eyes, long fingers." - Peter Greenaway

"But if you read Jane Austen, you know that she had a wicked sense of humor. Not only was she funny, but her early writing was very dark and had a gothic tone to it." - Seth Grahamesmith

"Because I've a track record of talking about books I never write, in Australia they think I'm about to write a book about Jane Austen. Something I said at some festival." - Kate Atkinson

"As blue chips turn into penny stocks, Wall Street seems less like a symbol of America's macho capitalism and more like that famous Jane Austen character Mrs. Bennet, a flibbertigibbet always anxious about getting richer and her 'poor nerves.'" - Maureen Dowd

"Jane Austen is at the end of the line that begins with Samuel Richardson, which takes wonder and magic out of the novel, treats not the past but the present." - Leslie Fiedler

"No highbrow literary type would ever say 'Moby Dick' is good but it's just about a whale, or a Jane Austen would be important if she wasn't just writing about romantic relationships." - Sophie Hannah

"'Emma' is my favorite Jane Austen novel - one of my favorite novels period; a novel about intelligence outsmarting itself, about a complicated, nuanced, irresistible heroine who does everything wrong." - Cathleen Schine

"I've done my share of period stuff. I'm not sure why, but people say I have a period face. The bread and butter of British TV is Jane Austen adaptations and bridges and bonnets and boats and horses." - Tom Hiddleston

"Jane Austen wrote six of the most beloved novels in the English language, we are informed at the end of Becoming Jane, and so she did. The key word is beloved. Her admirers do not analyze her books so much as they just plain love them to pieces." - Roger Ebert

"Growing up, I mostly read comic books and sci-fi. Then I discovered the book 'Jane Eyre' by Jane Austen. It introduced me to the world of romance, which I have since never left. Also, the world of the first-person narrative." - Meg Cabot

"[On Austen Chamberlain:] He is more loyal to his friends than to his convictions." - Margot Asquith

"Miss Austen had shown the infinite possibilities of ordinary and present things for the novelist." - George Saintsbury

"I'm playing like Tarzan-and scoring like Jane." - Chi Chi Rodriguez

"Jane: Focus is important. V: Only if you're a microscope." - J.R. Ward

"I'll leave the swearing to the Jane Fondas." - Irene Dunne

"I was the Jane Roe of Roe vs. Wade, but Jane Roe has been laid to rest." - Norma Mccorvey

"When I read the 'Dick and Jane' stories, I thought they were afraid they might forget each other's names because they always said each other's names - a lot. So if Jane didn't see the dog, Dick would say, 'Look Jane, look. There is the dog next to Sally, Jane. The dog is also next to mother, Jane. The dog is next to father, Jane.'" - Jon Scieszka

"The latest gorgeous entry in the Belknap Press' growing library of annotated Jane Austen novels arrives, this time the mighty Emma under the exactingly careful guidance of Bharat Tandon of the University of East Anglia. Belknap has once again done its end of the job superbly: the book is a physical treat-luxuriantly over-sized, heavy with quality paper and solid binding, decked out in a beautiful cover and dozens of well-chosen illustrations throughout. This is one of the prettiest Jane Austen volumes available in bookstoresthis season." - Steve Donoghue

"And I love Jane Austen's use of language too-the way she takes her time to develop a phrase and gives it room to grow, so that these clever, complex statements form slowly and then bloom in my mind. Beethoven does the same thing with his cadence and phrasing and structure. It's a fact: Jane Austen is musical. And so's Yeats. And Wordsworth. All the great writers are musical." - Andrew Clements

"[Art] would have helped us survive in the Pleistocene - in the period, say, 1.6 million years ago until fairly recently. The kind of imaginative abilities that artists have and that we all have in the appreciation of art - to appreciate Jane Austen, the late quartets of Beethoven." - Denis Dutton

"Couples are really funny, because if they are together, they can fight and do fun things together. In Jane Austen books, marriage is the end of the story, but I actually think a really funny couple could be a fun thing to watch." - Mindy Kaling

"All my life I thought that the story was over when the hero and heroine were safely engaged - after all, what's good enough for Jane Austen ought to be good enough for anyone. But it's a lie. The story is about to begin, and every day will be a new piece of the plot." - Mary Ann Shaffer

"She is never alone when she has Her Books. Books, to her, are Friends. Give her Shakespeare or Jane Austen, Meredith or Hardy, and she is Lost - lost in a world of her own. She sleeps so little that most of her nights are spent reading." - E. M. Delafield

"I waited patiently - years - for the pendulum to swing the other way, for men to start reading Jane Austen, learn how to knit, pretend to love cosmos, organize scrapbook parties, and make out with each other while we leer. And then we'd say, Yeah, he's a Cool Guy." - Gillian Flynn

"The fame thing is interesting because I never wanted to be famous, and I never dreamt I would be famous. You know, my fantasy of being a famous writer, and again there's a slight disconnect with reality which happens a lot with me. I imagined being a famous writer would be like being like Jane Austen." - J K Rowling

"[On Jane Austen:] To believe her limited in range because she was harmonious in method is as sensible as to imagine that when the Atlantic Ocean is as smooth as a mill-pond it shrinks to the size of a mill-pond." - Rebecca West

"And there's even a lord named Lord Dashwood [like the characters in Jane Austen's Sense and Sensibility]. It's very steeped in Austen. It's been used in many films, but not in its entirety and we shot the inside and the outside and used every nook and cranny. The inside is very gaudy. It's a little naughty inside. There's a lot of portraiture." - Jerusha Hess

"Great books are readable anyway. Dickens is readable. Jane Austen is readable. John Updike's readable. Hawthorne's readable. It's a meaningless term. You have to go the very extremes of literature, like Joyce's "Finnegan's Wake," before you get a literary work that literally unreadable." - Julian Barnes

"Think of anybody - Dostoevsky or Jane Austen - [their work] was always something that now we would call political. So I don't see those separations too much, between what is artistic and what is political. Maybe in painting... no, I don't even believe that." - Toni Morrison

"I think I made a mistake with [Jane] Austen by reading all six in a row. There are similarities to the plots so by the time I got to the last one I could anticipate what was happening too easily. But her characterizations are amazing." - Stephen Dobyns

"My personal view is that reading has to be balanced. Obviously, there's a certain amount of reading that we have to do academically to continue to learn and to grow, but it's got to be balanced with fun and with elective reading. Whether that's comic books or Jane Austen, if it makes you excited about reading, that's what matters." - Emma Walton Hamilton

"Young men and young women meet each other with much less difficulty than was formerly the case, and every housemaid expects at least once a week as much excitement as would have lasted a Jane Austen heroine throughout a whole novel." - Bertrand Russell

"A long white dress that starts under the breast and travels on interminably down - so their legs are entirely mysterious - they could have one leg or two inside that dress... A Jane Austen woman could be incredibly passionate inside that dress." - Peter Greenaway

"For [Jane Austen and the readers of Pride and Prejudice], as for Mr. Darcy, [Elizabeth Bennett's] solitary walks express the independence that literally takes the heroine out of the social sphere of the houses and their inhabitants, into a larger, lonelier world where she is free to think: walking articulates both physical and mental freedom." - Rebecca Solnit

"She had lolled about for three years at Girton with the kind of books she could equally have read at home-Jane Austen, Dickens, Conrad, all in the library downstairs, in complete sets. How had that pursuit, reading the novels that others took as their leisure, let her think she was superior to anyone else?" - Ian Mcewan

"Jane Austen has often been praised as a natural historian. She is a naturalist among tame animals. She does not study men (as Dostoevsky does) in his wild state before he has been domesticated. Her men and women are essentially men and women of the fireside." - Robert Wilson Lynd

"You only need to look at Jane Austen to see how crossed wires can become a defining aspect of romantic life. Then again, if the course of true love ran more smoothly, it would have a terribly detrimental effect on our cache of love stories." - Mariella Frostrup

"I did a cover for 'Rolling Stone' the other day and it was a kind of crazy lack of outfit. I thought, 'Oh, Lord. I'm never going to be Jane Austen in a film now!' 'Cause that's what I'd really like to do." - Rose Mcgowan

"If you look at my personal library, you will notice that it ranges from Henry James to Steig Larsson, from Margaret Atwood to Max Hastings. There's Jane Austen and Tom Perrotta and volumes of letters from Civil War privates. It's pretty eclectic." - Chris Bohjalian

"I'm sure I've been influenced by every fine writer I've ever read, from Dickens and Austen to Auden and Jane Hirshfield. And also, the short stories of Updike, Cheever, Munro, Alice Adams, and Doris Lessing. And the plays of Oscar Wilde. And paintings by Alice Neel and Matisse." - Amy Bloom

"It's a different thing to write a love story now than in the time of Jane Austen, Eliot, or Tolstoy. One of the problems is that once divorce is possible, once break-ups are possible, it can all become a little less momentous." - Mona Simpson

"The difficulty with poetry is that it doesn't have the life that Shakespeare or Jane Austen have beyond the page. You can't make a costume drama out of it. There's no place for it to go except trapped inside its little book." - Simon Schama

"Poetry is the most subtle of the literary arts, and students grow more ingenious by the year at avoiding it. If they can nip around Milton, duck under Blake and collapse gratefully into the arms of Jane Austen, a lot of them will." - Terry Eagleton

"If I hadn't read all of Jane Austen and DH Lawrence, Tolstoy and Proust, as well as the more fun stuff, I wouldn't know how to break bad news, how to sympathise, how to be a friend or a lover, because I wouldn't have any idea what was going on in anybody else's mind." - Sebastian Faulks

"I love books; my suitcases are always full of them. Books and shoes. I read when I am sad, when I am happy, when I am nervous. My favourite British author is Jane Austen, and my favourite American one is John O'Hara." - Carolina Herrera

"When Goldie Hawn wrote her memoirs, no one said Goldie Hawn was snitching. When Jane Fonda wrote her memoirs, no one said Jane Fonda was snitching." - Karrine Steffans

"What good is it to look like Tarzan and play like Jane?" - John Welborn

"Who do you think you are, Jane Eyre? Grow up. Be sensible. Don't get carried away." - David Nicholls

"Beast?" Jane murmured. "Then God make me a beast; for, man or beast, I am yours." - Edgar Rice Burroughs

"Am I hideous, Jane? Very, sir: you always were, you know." - Charlotte Bronte

"Written on the mirror, revealed by the steam, were the words, I love you, Jane." - J.R. Ward

"Blue. My name's Blue Sargent.' 'Blair?' 'Blue.' 'Blaize?' Blue sighed. 'Jane" - Maggie Stiefvater

"You, Jane, I must have you for my own-entirely my own." - Charlotte Bronte

"Culture is the ability to describe Jane Russell without moving your hands" - Bob Hope

"He had a lot of different smiles, and Jane was getting to know them all." - Lauren Conrad

"It is not like every episode [of "Mary and Jane"] people are sitting around getting high." - Deborah Kaplan

"There are more stakes [in Mary and Jane], which is always good." - Deborah Kaplan

"John Thomas says goodnight to Lady Jane, a little droopingly, but with a hopeful heart." - David Herbert Lawrence

"Jane Seymour made my I.B.S act up. I had to leave the room." - Gina Barberi

"Make haste" Jane added, just because she always wanted to say that." - Shannon Hale

"Governments and fashions come and go but Jane Eyre is for all time." - Jasper Fforde

"I always loved the style of Jean Seberg, Jane Birkin and Marilyn Monroe." - Helena Christensen

"I could never understand the attraction of Bette Davis. I always preferred Jane Russell." - Richard Griffiths

"I kinda go for the Jane Eyre type of film. I am fascinated by classics." - Tippi Hedren

"I do hope to bring Jane Whitefield back before too long." - Thomas Perry

"How can a guy climb trees, say Me Tarzan, You Jane, and make a million?" - Johnny Weissmuller

"It was a good experience working with Roger Vadim and Jane Fonda." - Terry Southern

"We were marching since we were babies and all we did was make Jane Fonda famous." - Robert Patrick

"When I first thought about becoming Jane Austen I had to forget about the fear, or at least choose something else to focus on because it was becoming paralysing, I couldn't focus. I felt frightened, not so much by her fans' reaction to my performance but that I would be playing someone who I think is a legend, who I respect and admire so much. I didn't want to fail, so I was putting a lot of pressure on myself." - Anne Hathaway

"It has been suggested that Tiptree is female, a theory that I find absurd, for there is to me something ineluctably masculine about Tiptree's writing. I don't think the novels of Jane Austen could have been written by a man nor the stories of Ernest Hemingway by a woman, and in the same way I believe the author of the James Tiptree stories is male." - Robert Silverberg

"It has been suggested that Tiptree is female, a theory that I find absurd, for there is to me something ineluctably masculine about Tiptree's writing. I do' think the novels of Jane Austen could have been written by a man nor the stories of Ernest Hemingway by a woman, and in the same way I believe the author of the James Tiptree stories is male." - Robert Silverberg

"I looked at the world of books and just went, Oh my gosh, if I'm writing novels, I'm on the same shelves as Jane Austen and Charles Dickens and Petronius - whereas with comics, they've only been doing them for a hundred years, and there's stuff that nobody's done before. I think I'll go off and do some of the stuff no one's ever done before." - Neil Gaiman

"I haven't any right to criticize books, and I don't do it except when I hate them. I often want to criticize Jane Austen, but her books madden me so that I can't conceal my frenzy from the reader; and therefore I have to stop every time I begin. Every time I read Pride and Prejudice I want to dig her up and beat her over the skull with her own shin-bone." - Mark Twain

"Anyone who has the temerity to write about Jane Austen is aware of [two] facts: first, that of all great writers she is the most difficult to catch in the act of greatness; second, that there are twenty-five elderly gentlemen living in the neighbourhood of London who resent any slight upon her genius as if it were an insult to the chastity of their aunts." - Virginia Woolf

"How is it that, a full two centuries after Jane Austen finished her manuscript, we come to the world of Pride and Prejudice and find ourselves transcending customs, strictures, time, mores, to arrive at a place that educates, amuses, and enthralls us? It is a miracle. We read in bed because reading is halfway between life and dreaming, our own consciousness in someone else's mind." - Anna Quindlen

"What I'd love to do would be to bring a person from the past to me. In that case I'd pick Jane Austen, because I'd like to know what really made her tick. It's my opinion that she was inhibited by her family and a desire to do the right thing. Away from all that, I believe she'd show new facets and enjoy the adventure." - Jo Beverley

"It has been suggested that Tiptree is female, a theory that I find absurd, for there is to me something ineluctably masculine about Tiptree's writing. I don't think the novels of Jane Austen could have been written by a man nor the stories of Ernest Hemingway by a woman, and in the same way I believe the author of the James Tiptree stories is male." - Robert Silverberg

"Each of us has a private Austen." - Karen Joy Fowler

"Ever since I was young, I've read Austen and the Brontes. My friends laugh, but those books are always so tragic and wonderful - those stories, they're just incredible." - Jessica Brown Findlay

"One of the less vaunted joys of Austen is that she is one of the greatest writers in the English language who also happened to write witty romance novels. Women enjoy the love stories in Austen the same way men read Hemingway for the hunting and fishing: it provides guiltless pleasure." - Alessandra Stanley



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