Our apologies, everyone, for the lateness of this post. There is a variety of reasons, of course, but we do not intend to bore you by explaining them.
Now. This week, the game is something more than a tad out of the ordinary. It has rather a double intent. Usually games are just for fun, right? Well, this time the purpose is also to get you more acquainted with the website by exploring it. There really is a lot more to The P&P95Forever Club than might immediately meet the eye, and in case all of you haven't had a chance to have a good look around... well, here's motivation. Terrible of me, I know. But it's sort of a scavenger hunt, so I'm hoping it will be fun.
The appearance will almost be rather like a quiz, except your job is, instead of just remembering, to look around the website for the answers. Each correct answer will be worth one point. In the case of more than one person finding everything, whoever completes it first is the winner. Since we're late with the post, the answers will be accepted all the way through Saturday (March 9th), and the results will be posted on Sunday.
Ready to begin the challenge? Go!
1. How old was Jennifer Ehle when P&P was filmed? And where on the blog can you find that information?
2. Name the song (and its composer) that Georgiana is playing during That Scene at Pemberley.
3. What's the link to the full script of Pride and Prejudice, and where on the blog can you find it?
4. What is the real location of Hunsford Parsonage?
5. "It is fortunate for you, Mr. Collins, that you possess such an extraordinary talent for flattering with delicacy. May I ask whether these pleasing attentions proceed from the impulse of the moment, or are they the result of previous study?" Give Mr. Collins's exact response to this question. (Copying & pasting is quite acceptable.)
6. At what age did both the authors of this blog discover Jane Austen?
7. In your own words, name one of the Three Things You Ought to Know About P&P.
8. What is the name of the Mr. Darcy and Lizzy's dance (from the Netherfield ball)?
9. What is the Jane Austen film that we believe arguably ties with the greatness of P&P?
10. Lastly, find Lydia. (Don't look at me like that. You'll know what I mean when you know it.) And say where.