Friday, September 04, 2009

Emma on the TV

Take note, dear readers: AustenBlog is saying that the BBC's new version of Emma is due to air "early in October". And while that means that us poor souls in the States won't get to see it until 2010, I imagine that some kind, generous, technologically savvy British people will upload it onto YouTube for us before that. So if you don't mind watching your Austen adaptations in nine- to fifteen-minute-long increments (and I find that I don't), mark your calendars now!

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