Little Dorrit: These candid images of Claire Foy and Matthew MacFadyen taken on the set of Little Dorrit are posted on her fan site.
Sense and Sensibility and Sea Monsters has been published and is garnering such erudite comments as "it's a hoot." This review from the Journal Star sums the book up nicely. Ben H. Winters, the book's author, wrote "This Scene Could Really Use a Man-eating Jelly Fish: How I wrote Sense and Sensibility and Sea Monsters" for Slate.com. Look for our reviews of this Oceanic adaptation of Jane's beloved work to come out soon.
Jane Can Take It: The Guardian Theatre blog comes up with this conclusion in a piece entitled: "Pornography and prejudice: Jane Austen's dirty talk is a sweet affair": "As Jonathan Jones wrote last week, classic literature can take whatever we throw at it. He was referring to Oscar Wilde's work, but the same goes for Jane Austen, who has had more thrown at her than most. She may never have envisaged a starring role in a play alongside a pair of snogging naked men, but I can't help thinking that she would have had a good chuckle about it all: the good humour, wit and wisdom of her books suggest that she wouldn't have taken any of this too seriously."