“We are all fools in love” says Charlotte to Elizabeth at the party. They were discussing of Mr Bingley and Jane‘s affection of each other and how Jane should ‘snatch him up‘ before Mr Bingley looses interest..Austen depictions of foolishness is aplenty in the book, and more focused on the male fools (Mr Bingley, Mr Wickham, Mr Collins..)
Charles Bingley may be handsome & wealthy but he is definitely a #LoveFool ?for his constant falling 'in love' with women & his need for others' approval--especially Darcy's.
Since I just watched the last half of the 2005 film Friday night when I couldn't sleep & there are several good "Charles being ?foolish scenes"-I went with that one for my collage, but the BBC version is my forever favorite. Other images from Shmoop.com & Etsy.
This was a bit different than I expected, but not in a bad way. Taddeo followed three women for eight years to immerse herself in their lives. This mostly focused on their love lives and why the made the decisions they did. It is raw, enlightening, honest, and brutal. #botm #lovefool #lilithjuly
I snagged this one recently through Book Outlet, but have not read it yet...
When a Canadian teacher who teaches Shakespeare finds himself spurned by love, he decides to make a visit to Verona, the city of Romeo and Juliet. There, he meets up with those who answer the thousands of letters sent to Juliet from lovelorn people around the world.
This book sounds wonderful! #LoveFool #LilithJuly