When I enter Jane Austen’s world even her undead world, I imagine decorum, order, social etiquette.
Pride and Prejudice related
Society, however, continues on with all the decorum and civility of the well bred who have not lost their sense of pride with cliques and gangs.
Having just completed Dreadfully Ever After (DEA) by Steve Hockensmith I am left with more questions about the zombie plague.
Darkness and moonlight cover the house in a sleepy blanket.
In Dawn of the Dreadfuls there were many things that did not sit well with me.
Zombies, the Bennet Sisters, and wonderfully inspired writing shone through Pride and Prejudice and Zombies.
Going back in time before Elizabeth and Jane meet any of our proper men of character, we are introduced to a few absurd men of caricature.
This isn’t so much the dawn as it is mid-morning of the day that marks the resurgence of the mysterious zombie plague.
In Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, Elizabeth Bennet takes on another layer of complexity with her warrior’s code in addition to the etiquette she is expected to adhere.
In Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice classism is deeply entwined with etiquette and at the heart of all social interactions, dictating to what degree it is appropriate to become familiar with others.
At a glance one may wonder what dances, ammunition, and male anatomy all have in common with one another.