A delightful new variation by Shannon Winslow tells the story of Sense and Sensibility from Colonel Brandon's perspective, providing fascinating insights into this often misunderstood character.
Category: Sense and Sensibility
Thankfulness in Jane Austen’s Novels
What does Jane Austen have to say about gratitude and thankfulness?
Marianne Dashwood’s Repentance
In faith terms, did Marianne Dashwood repent? Did Willoughby?
How Austen’s Characters Respond to Stress
Jane Austen's characters show us different ways to deal with stress, both helpful and unhelpful.
A Change of Heart
The real climax of each Jane Austen novel is when someone reaches a turning point, and sees the darkness in his or her own heart.
Christian Jane Austen Variations 2: Jeanna Ellsworth, Kelsey Bryant, Janine Mendenhall
More great, Christian, Jane Austen variations!
Jane Austen Faith Word: Exertion, and Elinor Dashwood
Doing what is right, for Jane Austen's heroines, requires a great deal of "exertion"!
Jane Austen Faith Word: Serious, and Fanny Price
In Jane Austen, "serious" has a deeper meaning than we use for it today.
Rules of Engagement: Honor and Shame in Sense and Sensibility
Regency Courtship and Engagement, with honor . . . or not
Sense and Sensibility and the Church, Part 4: The Clergyman’s Life
Reading prayers and publishing the banns of marriage . . .