January 31, 2010
emma
tonight is all about me, grant, and miss emma woodhouse. i'm such a luckie to have a husband who watches jane austen with me. i consider him all the more gallant and sophisticated for it.
does pbs masterpiece classic suddenly seem cooler than ever? i will be tuning in all winter long for their jane austen miniseries. and if you missed the first episode of emma from last week, you can watch the whole thing here.

5 comments:

Rebecca said...

i am watching this right now!

swell.life said...

look at you, skipping the grammys to watch emma. i am pretty impressed!

marta said...

p.s. thank you for this. loved emma, the fire lit dancing, the subtleties of love and the blonde ringlets.

Christina said...

ah, yes. Hooray for husbands who will watch Jane Austen-y things. I just discovered this version of Emma a few weeks ago. It is by far the best version I've seen yet (and I've seen, I think, four or five). I loved the way the characters were interpreted and cast and how the story line was kept beautifully intact without being ponderous.

haley said...

don't you think emma looks like kate glesmann??

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