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(Stylist)   'Original Social Networker' Jane Austen gets her own Facebook game, no poking involved   ( divider line
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677 clicks; posted to Geek » on 12 Jul 2012 at 11:41 AM (5 years ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»

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2012-07-12 11:44:42 AM  
The 19th century Stephanie Meyer?
2012-07-12 03:23:30 PM  
The tedious and unreadable dregs which women seem to shiat themselves over? Once dated a girl who was infatuated with Janes work. I can't stand it.

We worked out well since I'm bitter and alone and she's happily married and in love.

2012-07-12 03:59:43 PM  
The only way her writing could be worse, would be if her last name was Bronte.
2012-07-12 04:48:47 PM  
I actually like Austen and think she's dismissed far too readily into the "chick lit" genre. Her stories are admittedly mostly wish fulfillment ala slash fanfic but her characters are actually quite likeable and she does throw in bits of social commentary in there.
2012-07-13 05:05:40 AM  
*reads article* Well, good to see that the laziest, most by the numbers author of her era has been adapted into the laziest, most by the numbers "social game" style - hidden object/spot the difference. The only way it could have been lamer is if the game was AustinVille.
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