Mr. Darcy’s Very Regency Problems


Gentlefolk living during the Regency era (1811-1820) had problems, too. Mr. Darcy, a character in both Pride and Prejudice and Jane Eyre Gets Real, shares some of his:

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You Dislike How Your Valet Ties Your Cravat

 

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Bath Has Gotten Much Too Tourist-y

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Too Many Peasants Are Poaching Your Pheasants

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Lord Byron Gets All The Chicks

 

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Even Sensible Ladies Persist In Wearing Stupid Shoes–Plus They All Seem To Know Your Yearly Income

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Food Is Inevitably Served In Aspic

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You Keep Forgetting To Return This Book To The Library–And It’s 500 Years Overdue

16 thoughts on “Mr. Darcy’s Very Regency Problems

  1. I love this period in literature, especially mysteries with very debonair gentlemen, usually former military, as the heroes keeping the United Kingdom safe. Thanks for following our blog also. Regina

  2. I just bought your book. It has great reviews on Amazon, so I am looking forward to reading it. It has one of my very favorites, Sherlock Holmes, a man after my heart, especially the intense acting of Benedict Cumberbatch.

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