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Old Friends And New Fancies

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In "Old Friends And New Fancies" by Sybil G. Brinton, readers are taken on a delightful journey through the world of Jane Austen's beloved characters. Set several years after the events of Austen's novels, Brinton expertly weaves together the lives of familiar faces like Elizabeth Bennet and Emma Woodhouse with new characters, creating an engaging and satisfying read for fans of Austen's work.

Brinton skillfully captures Austen's wit and charm, staying true to the spirit of the original novels while adding her own unique voice to the mix. The dialogue is sharp and clever, the characters are well-developed and endearing, and the plot is engaging and entertaining.

One of the most enjoyable aspects of the book is seeing how the characters from different novels interact with each other, forming new relationships and alliances. It's a treat for Austen fans to see their favorite characters come to life in new ways, and Brinton does a fantastic job of honoring these beloved literary creations.

Overall, "Old Friends And New Fancies" is a charming and delightful read that will appeal to any fans of Jane Austen's novels. Brinton's expert storytelling and homage to Austen's work make this a must-read for anyone who loves classic literature and the world of Regency England.

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Generally acknowledged to be the first sequel to the work of Jane Austen, Old Friends and New Fancies incorporates characters from each of Austen's six major novels into one unified story, as well as those of Brinton's own invention. The novel generally focuses on various parings of lovers and the challenges that their unions create.

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