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Persuasion 200 – Cast of Characters — 84 Comments

  1. I’m really looking forward to this as well. I’m actually re-reading the original right now as well as watching (in snippets as I don’t have the time to see it right through in one right now) the 1970 TV version on YouTube.

    It’s going to be interesting to see how the pieces you lovely people write interweave with the original. I expect I’ll be reading it and them more than once as the project progresses.

    Bring it on!

  2. I, too, am re-reading the original in anticipation of this “adventure” – you lovely authors make this a social event and I am looking forward to not only reading the “scenes” added but also to connecting again to other people who add their comments, i.e., Dave and Evie, who send our imaginations soaring and cause us to think “outside the box”.

  3. Oooh, thanks for this handy list of characters. I have read Persuasion relatively recently, but some of the minor characters I lost track of. Looking forward to the upcoming Persuasion 200!

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  9. I love Persuasion as much as P&P since the time when I read the book some years ago. Although on first reading it during my teenage years, I dislike the story and did not continue after the first chapter. But having attain maturity, I find it resonates with my life. The theme of second chance at love is one of the plotlines I favour.

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