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The Jane Austen Guide to Happily Ever After

Good heavens.

Elizabeth Kantor has gone to Jane Austen's heroines to help women today navigate 'the modern-day minefields' of dating, love, and marriage. She advises readers: Don’t be a tragic heroine; pursue Elizabeth Bennet’s 'rational happiness'—learn what it is, and how you can find it; don’t let cynicism steal your happy ending; why it’s a mistake to look for your 'soul mate'; and Jane Austen’s skeleton keys to a man’s potential. She thoroughly examines Austen's novels, and doubtless addresses the fact that Jane herself never married.

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