These blog entries feature original research by undergraduate students at Wright State University enrolled in Crystal B. Lake's seminar on Pride and Prejudice (Spring 2013). These entries were originally uploaded and maintained via a Blogger website.

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2013
Tuesday, February 26th
7:11 PM

Brooding Silence Fills the Slighted Room

Crystal B. Lake, Wright State University - Main Campus

7:11 PM

Thursday, March 7th
8:45 AM

She Heard Him With A Visible Emotion

Victoria Lane, Wright State University - Main Campus

8:45 AM

9:05 AM

These Works of Fancy

Katherine Mullins, Wright State University - Main Campus

9:05 AM

9:43 AM

Pride, My Dear

Nathaniel Berry, Wright State University - Main Campus

9:43 AM

11:10 AM

"Harry Will be the Gentleman" : The Nature of Men and Their Relations with Women in Regency English Culture

Meredith Ziegler, Wright State University - Main Campus

11:10 AM

Wednesday, March 13th
10:29 AM

Thus Does Gaming Harden the Heart and Swallow up Every Good Affection

Katelynn

10:29 AM

Thursday, March 14th
6:47 AM

Attract Notice by the Copiousness of His Talk...

Anna Jobert, Wright State University - Main Campus

6:47 AM

7:02 AM

"From Every Window There Were Beauties to Be Seen": The Tourism of Great Houses

Caitlyn McCollum, Wright State University - Main Campus

7:02 AM

8:27 AM

The Importance of Practice

Anna Belle Bacon, Wright State University - Main Campus

8:27 AM

8:44 AM

The Most Elegant Collateral Embellishment of Taste

Katelin Davis, Wright State University - Main Campus

8:44 AM

9:16 AM

Life is Really Too Short: Wasting Time with Regency Entertainment

Tyler Andrew Ozborn, Wright State University - Main Campus

9:16 AM

12:18 PM

I’ll tune my pipe to playful notes . . . And hail the one I love: “Kate of Aberdeen” in relation to Mr. Bingley’s sentiments in Pride and Prejudice

Laura Gray, Wright State University - Main Campus

12:18 PM

6:43 PM

There Are But Few Things Which Can Afford Us Greater Pleasure or Improvements

Christine Haney, Wright State

6:43 PM

Monday, March 18th
2:58 PM

"Dancing is of More Importance to a Gentleman Than at First it Appears"

Dena Railsback, Wright State University - Main Campus

2:58 PM

Thursday, March 21st
9:38 AM

“But the clothes, the wedding clothes!”: Fashionable Bridal attire in Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice

Jessie Nastasi, Wright State University - Main Campus

9:38 AM

6:25 PM

Why Will Thou Bind Thy Lovely Brow?

Jessica Batten, Wright State University - Main Campus

6:25 PM

7:55 PM

I Never in My Life Saw Anything More Elegant than Their Dresses

Samiyah Alotaibi, Wright State University - Main Campus

7:55 PM

Tuesday, March 26th
3:50 PM

The Physic or Exotic Garden

Jessica C, Wright State University - Main Campus

3:50 PM

Thursday, March 28th
11:18 AM

“Nothing so Unmilitary”: Examining How Uniforms Influence Love in Pride and Prejudice

Lindsey Puterbaugh, Wright State University - Main Campus

11:18 AM

Saturday, March 30th
5:57 PM

Inactivity of the Inhabitants of Hertfordshire

Joseph Gibbons, Wright State University - Main Campus

5:57 PM

Thursday, April 4th
12:40 PM

The More Extravagant a Master or Mistress is, the Better They Live

Jaclyn Tusing, Wright State University - Main Campus

12:40 PM

Monday, April 8th
12:47 PM

"He Ought not to be Charged for either of these Servants": Servants Constructed as Property

Heather Lowe, Wright State University - Main Campus

12:47 PM

Wednesday, April 10th
9:31 AM

Ladies—manly airs assuming!

Heather Weis, Wright State University - Main Campus

9:31 AM

3:54 PM

"An Impertinent Freedom"

Liam Duncan, Wright State University - Main Campus

3:54 PM

Sunday, April 14th
12:00 AM

"A Base and Pernicious Vice": Gambling in the Regency Era

Chelcie Hinders, Wright State University - Main Campus

12:00 AM

Saturday, April 20th
12:00 AM

"The Feelings Immediately Consequent Upon Stating the Case": Conduct in the Regency Applied to All

Ethan Baumgartner, Wright State University - Main Campus

12:00 AM