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What If He Was A Gay Serial Killer?

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"It is a truth universally acknowledged that a single man in possession of a good fortune, must be in want of a wife.”

This famous Jane Austen quote from “one of the best love stories of all time,” Pride and Prejudice, is as universally acknowledged as the plot of opposites attracting, as does Mr. Darcy and Lizzie Bennet, the story’s two main characters.

The plot line of Pride and Prejudice follows the Bennet family with the arrival of two single men in possession of a good fortune, Mr. Bingley and Mr. Darcy, in their neighborhood.

Recently, the hit web-series The Lizzie Bennet Diaries has come to an end. The series followed Lizzie Bennet and her sisters after the arrival of two wealthy men, Mr. Bingley and Mr. Darcy – wait there – that sounds familiar!

That’s right! The Lizzie Bennet Diaries is a modern adaptation of the classic and timeless novel Pride and Prejudice by Ms. Jane Austen.

All told through vlog – which is the combination of the words “video” and “blog” - format.

The format is of Ashley Clements, the brilliant dramatic and comedic actress that plays the main character, Lizzie Bennet, talking to a camera.

Yeah, that’s it.

She just… talks to a camera.

Yet, the way the story is told has been regarded highly by it’s audience.

As well as by me.

These strong female characters may be in a different setting than in the novel, hence the phrase “modern adaptation,” but by today’s standards, they are as equally as strong and independent as Austen wrote them to be 200 years ago.

Yeah, you read that right.

200 years ago.

This story is 200 years old and it is still being brought to life to engage young minds alike through social media means of Twitter, Tumblr, Facebook, and of course, YouTube.

Hank Green and Bernie Su, the developers of this modern adaptation, really have done a number on teenage fan girls. They are still swooning over the first introduction of Mr. Darcy in the series! (Or as he is referred to in the series – Darcy).

It’s no wonder why the fan girls are still swung over the characters. They were wonderfully casted together to create a fictitious family, as well as to form a family behind the scenes of The LBD. They follow each other on Twitter – as do their characters – and even star in their YouTube videos with each other, just like their characters!

The cast and crew really has done a wonderful job bringing this classic tale of love and lost and over all, the overcoming of pride and prejudice, to such a young market.

Good job, the cast and crew of The Lizzie Bennet Diaries.

Good luck on all future endeavors.

“It is a truth universally acknowledged that a single man in possession of a good fortune, must be in want of a wife.”

This famous Jane Austen quote from “one of the best love stories of all time,” Pride and Prejudice, is as universally acknowledged as the plot of opposites attracting, as does Mr. Darcy and Lizzie Bennet, the story’s two main characters.

The plot line of Pride and Prejudice follows the Bennet family with the arrival of two single men in possession of a good fortune, Mr. Bingley and Mr. Darcy, in their neighborhood.

Recently, the hit web-series The Lizzie Bennet Diaries has come to an end. The series followed Lizzie Bennet and her sisters after the arrival of two wealthy men, Mr. Bingley and Mr. Darcy – wait there – that sounds familiar!

That’s right! The Lizzie Bennet Diaries is a modern adaptation of the classic and timeless novel Pride and Prejudice by Ms. Jane Austen.

All told through vlog – which is the combination of the words “video” and “blog” - format.

The format is of Ashley Clements, the brilliant dramatic and comedic actress that plays the main character, Lizzie Bennet, talking to a camera.

Yeah, that’s it.

She just… talks to a camera.

Yet, the way the story is told has been regarded highly by it’s audience.

As well as by me.

These strong female characters may be in a different setting than in the novel, hence the phrase “modern adaptation,” but by today’s standards, they are as equally as strong and independent as Austen wrote them to be 200 years ago.

Yeah, you read that right.

200 years ago.

This story is 200 years old and it is still being brought to life to engage young minds alike through social media means of Twitter, Tumblr, Facebook, and of course, YouTube.

Hank Green and Bernie Su, the developers of this modern adaptation, really have done a number on teenage fan girls. They are still swooning over the first introduction of Mr. Darcy in the series! (Or as he is referred to in the series – Darcy).

It’s no wonder why the fan girls are still swung over the characters. They were wonderfully casted together to create a fictitious family, as well as to form a family behind the scenes of The LBD. They follow each other on Twitter – as do their characters – and even star in their YouTube videos with each other, just like their characters!

The cast and crew really has done a wonderful job bringing this classic tale of love and lost and over all, the overcoming of pride and prejudice, to such a young market.

Good job, the cast and crew of The Lizzie Bennet Diaries.

Good luck on all future endeavors.

“It is a truth universally acknowledged that a single man in possession of a good fortune, must be in want of a wife.”

This famous Jane Austen quote from “one of the best love stories of all time,” Pride and Prejudice, is as universally acknowledged as the plot of opposites attracting, as does Mr. Darcy and Lizzie Bennet, the story’s two main characters.

The plot line of Pride and Prejudice follows the Bennet family with the arrival of two single men in possession of a good fortune, Mr. Bingley and Mr. Darcy, in their neighborhood.

Recently, the hit web-series The Lizzie Bennet Diaries has come to an end. The series followed Lizzie Bennet and her sisters after the arrival of two wealthy men, Mr. Bingley and Mr. Darcy – wait there – that sounds familiar!

That’s right! The Lizzie Bennet Diaries is a modern adaptation of the classic and timeless novel Pride and Prejudice by Ms. Jane Austen.

All told through vlog – which is the combination of the words “video” and “blog” - format.

The format is of Ashley Clements, the brilliant dramatic and comedic actress that plays the main character, Lizzie Bennet, talking to a camera.

Yeah, that’s it.

She just… talks to a camera.

Yet, the way the story is told has been regarded highly by it’s audience.

As well as by me.

These strong female characters may be in a different setting than in the novel, hence the phrase “modern adaptation,” but by today’s standards, they are as equally as strong and independent as Austen wrote them to be 200 years ago.

Yeah, you read that right.

200 years ago.

This story is 200 years old and it is still being brought to life to engage young minds alike through social media means of Twitter, Tumblr, Facebook, and of course, YouTube.

Hank Green and Bernie Su, the developers of this modern adaptation, really have done a number on teenage fan girls. They are still swooning over the first introduction of Mr. Darcy in the series! (Or as he is referred to in the series – Darcy).

It’s no wonder why the fan girls are still swung over the characters. They were wonderfully casted together to create a fictitious family, as well as to form a family behind the scenes of The LBD. They follow each other on Twitter – as do their characters – and even star in their YouTube videos with each other, just like their characters!

The cast and crew really has done a wonderful job bringing this classic tale of love and lost and over all, the overcoming of pride and prejudice, to such a young market.

Good job, the cast and crew of The Lizzie Bennet Diaries.

Good luck on all future endeavors.

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