Karen W   (phorum profile)

Location:Tampa Bay Area in Florida
Web site:http://www.karenwasylowski.com
Joined DWG:12 Sep 2010
Favorite Jane Austen novel:Pride & Prejudice
Second favorite JA novel:Sense & Sensibility
Favorite JA adaptation:P&P3 (2005)
ANI Contributer:Yes

I am a retired CPA, living in Florida with my husband, although the thought of my hometown of Chicago makes me homesick. I have been in love with Mr. Darcy forever, beginning with the old movie starring Lawrence Olivier; I have loved each succeeding Darcy equally since then. However, the book was revelation. Imagine my surprise! It was better than the movies!

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Practice Written by Karen W. Dot When Darcy visits his Aunt Catherine at Easter, she reminds him that Georgiana should practice her music: “It cannot be done too much.” Darcy decides to take this noble principle a step further and emphasizes to his skittish Lizzy that some things are more enjoyable to practice than others. ~P&P~ Last update 09/16/2010 (Epi)

Battle of Toulouse Written by Karen W. Dot After his confrontation with Lizzy at Bingley’s ball, Darcy takes to wandering, haunted by the unsuitable little country mouse he cannot seem to forget. The Peninsular War is nearly over, London aristocracy is streaming into France to be present for Napoleon's surrender, and Darcy finds himself at his cousin's tent, needing a friend to speak with and a shoulder on which to cry. Here he feels humbled - he discovers there are bigger problems in the world than the indifference of a young maid. ~P&P~ Last update 10/29/2010 (Epi)

Darcy and Fitzwilliam - Parenthood Written by Karen W. Five years after Darcy and Elizabeth's marriage, they have two adorable children and the Colonel and his wife have several children of their own. This is a story about their struggles as husbands, fathers and friends as the children grow into adulthood. ~P&P~ Last update 01/27/2011 (Epi)

Remembrance of Things Past Written by Karen W. Dot In this epilogue to "Darcy and Fitzwilliam - Parenthood," it is fifty years into the future and Colonel Richard Fitzwilliam's son is now a Cardinal, remembering his father and favorite uncle. ~P&P~ Last update 02/10/2011 (Epi)

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