The narrator is Emily Albright, year-old manager of a small, old-fashioned New York bookstore. After a truly awful date with an altogether dreadful, ungentlemanly man, which only repeats the pattern of the past year, she despairs of ever finding a man she can like as much as Mr.
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Darcy, her romantic ideal since she was eleven. Her best friend Stella is aghast to find Emily in love with a man from a book and determines to drag her to Mexico to a all-inclusive resort over the New Year holiday. When Emily tries to get out of it, she discovers a leaflet on her desk advertising a Jane Austen tour in England during the same period. She books online instantly and claims to Stella that she decided on the tour ages ago. Upon arriving in England, Emily is inclined to think everything wonderful and romantic. There are a number of very funny scenes that highlight differences between English and American culture, mostly in the fields of language and food.
She is put out by that at first, but soon discovers to her great surprise that old age does not necessarily mean an interest in knitting patterns and grandchildren only. Instead, the women on the tour are delightfully multi-faceted even when they are just minor characters.
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Their stories and that of Stella form a heartwarming pattern of subplots. The one other tour member under 40 is Spike Hargreaves, a journalist forced by his editor to cancel his holiday in Switzerland in order to investigate the fascination that Mr. Darcy has for modern women. Spike is upset about this, and consequently he is rude, ill-tempered, and grumpy. In many ways, he is the opposite of the established romance hero. Jane of Austin Hillary Manton Lodge. Me and Mr Darcy Ssa Author s: Me and Mr Darcy Author s: A Novel Author s: Please email webmaster fantasticfiction.
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Numerous re-imaginings of the original work written from the perspective of Mr. The Edge of Reason , Bridget Jones is constantly mentioning the BBC adaptation and repeatedly watches the scene in the fourth episode where Darcy Colin Firth emerges from a pond wearing a wet white shirt,  and refers to the Darcy and Elizabeth of the TV series as "my chosen representatives in the field of shagging, or, rather, courtship".
Darcy and the filming of the "pond scene".
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