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November 29, 2009

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Thanks for your review.

What did you think of Lady Susan?

Now that's a modern woman.

S

Isn't it just the best? Now you have to rent the slight but adorable ITV/Masterpiece adaptation from 2007. Andrew Davies co-wrote the screenplay and despite one or two small quibbles, it's a winner.

I've never read Lady Susan-- it's another one on the TBR pile!

And thanks for the movie tip, Sarah. I happen to have nabbed a copy of the BBC film of Northanger Abbey, which I plan on watching soon, but if the one you described is better, I'll definitely seek it out.

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