The ring is made of gold with a cabochon blue stone of natural turquoise. It is, as Sotheby’s auction house notes, in a simple style Austen wrote of sympathetically in her work. In “Mansfield Park,” Fanny Price is given a gold chain by her cousin Edmund, who tells her, “I consulted the simplicity of your taste.”
My preciousssss, AKA Jane Austen’s long-lost bauble.
We’re pretty sure the final choices were the best. That said, he certainly missed out on a potential Hemingway restaurant chain called “The Italian Experience.”
Choose Your Own Papa Adventure.
If Journatic is deceiving the public, so too are the op-ed pages of the New York Times, the Washington Post, the Wall Street Journal, the Los Angeles Times, and many other newspapers…