Jane austen guide to dating
This is strategic planning to be sure, but the book lacks deeper insights.It will, however, generate demand owing to Kent's scheduled media appearances. Warren, psychologist and creator of the successful online matchmaker e Harmony.com, has assembled a guide based on his research and insights from the 2500 successful marriages fostered by the web site.And he brings out the worst in Emma herself; in talking to Frank, she becomes her bitchiest self, mirroring him.")Can diligent study of such poppycock lead to wedded bliss? If nothing else, Henderson's book suggests that the time has come for an incisive critique of the genre.
Recommended for larger libraries and literary communities.Her "Ten Principles of Dating" include don't fall for superficial qualities, be prepared to wait for the right person to come along, and reprimand your love if he needs it.The personality quizzes at the end, which reveal which Austen character the reader and her intended mate most resemble, are fun and will be particularly appealing.Full of wit and truly useful advice that has stood the test of time, Jane Austen's Guide to Dating will help readers overcome the nonsense and find the sense (and sensibility) to succeed in a lasting relationship.Fans of Jane Austen and newcomers alike will delight in this fun, fresh, and audacious guide.