English author Jane Austen (1775 - 1817), is highly praised for her brilliantly witty, elegantly structured satirical fiction which also marks the transition in English literature from 18th century neo-classicism to 19th century romanticism.
This is by no means a comprehensive list of all the adaptations of her novels, but a few of the more popular ones to get you started.
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“He loves her.”
“And we can’t do anything?”
“Donna, we will do what was supposed to be done from the start, we are going back to Dr. Weir.”
“Wouldn’t that be messing with the timeline?”
“We can’t screw up a timeline that isn’t supposed to be. I mean, technically we can, but we are going to try to fix it.”
“Well, That’s very comforting… So… we are saving her?”
“Can I keep the tall, strong one? You know, that one with the dreadlocks?”
Roger: You’re trying so hard to relax. Which makes me wonder why you’re trying so hard to relax.
Ms. Lonelyhearts: Am I that transparent?
Roger: No, but I have x-ray eyes.
Ms. Lonelyhearts: It’s been very rocky at work.
Roger: Hmm, the Dollhouse. It’s hard for me to even wrap my mind around it. Bizarre.
Ms. Lonelyhearts: I used to head a division that grew replacement organs out of stem cells. I could tell people what I did for a living.
Roger: And now? You’ve told me what you do. Isn’t it just helping lonely people?
Ms. Lonelyhearts: Pathetic, self-deluding souls…