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  • Title: A Little Whimsical in His Civilities
  • Author: J. Marie Croft
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  • A Little Whimsical in His Civilities By J. Marie Croft Told entirely from Fitzwilliam Darcy s point of view, J Marie Croft s humorous novella, A Little Whimsical in His Civilities spans one moonlit, autumnal night upon the gentleman s return to Hertfordshire in pursuit of Elizabeth Bennet We take the turning which places us on Meryton s main road, and oh, gad There it is the base court building which passes for an assemblyTold entirely from Fitzwilliam Darcy s point of view, J Marie Croft s humorous novella, A Little Whimsical in His Civilities spans one moonlit, autumnal night upon the gentleman s return to Hertfordshire in pursuit of Elizabeth Bennet We take the turning which places us on Meryton s main road, and oh, gad There it is the base court building which passes for an assembly hall in this godforsaken place For me, the venue shall be either a heaven or a hell tonight My palms grow clammy, my gut churns, and I regret that second helping of onion laden vegetable pie forced on me before we left Accompany Darcy as he, intent on reversing the disastrous first impression he made there, braves another Meryton assembly and seeks to win his heart s desire.
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    Commentaires:

    Debbie Brown
    Poor Mr Darcy You can t help but experience all his confused, nervous, jangled emotions with him as he arrives at yet another Meryton Assembly This one is a year after the one at which he met and insulted Elizabeth Bennet, and all the events from Pride and Prejudice have occurred just as written by Jane Austen The action picks up just after Lady Catherine has confronted Elizabeth and then Darcy He and Bingley returned to Meryton 3 days ago, and the tale commences as they are on their way to the [...]

    J. W. Garrett
    There is nothing in the world so irresistibly contagious as laughter and good humor Charles Dickens, A Christmas Carol.Do not read this novella in a train, plane, bus or in a group of strangers Do not read this at a funeral, in church, while you are at work, or late at night while others sleep It will not go well for you I have never laughed so hard in my life This work was absolutely hilarious and a Darcy I did not recognize However, he was so funny that I just loved him We have a small window [...]

    Sheila Majczan
    You must go into reading this novella with a sense of humor I don t think I stopped smiling, smirking or snorting in glee one moment in reading this snippet of snarky revelation into Darcy s thoughts upon his second attendance at the Meryton gathering The story spans about a 12 hour period on one Harvest moon lit night in Hertfordshire.Mr Bennet s remark during the assembly as to knowing what the subject of his Mr Darcy s reverie is and then adding Perhaps you would care to inspect them closely [...]

    Meredith (Austenesque Reviews)
    Mr Darcy Comes Full CircleIn J Marie Croft s latest charming effusion of fancy she presents a short, novella length Pride and Prejudice variation told solely from Mr Darcy s point of view as he attends his second Meryton Assembly taking place just one year after he made his oh so memorable first encounter with Meryton society Both Mr Darcy and his lovelorn friend, Mr Bingley, attend this assembly in the hopes of reacquainting themselves with the Bennet sisters and securing their hearts desires M [...]

    Carol Perrin
    A Little Whimsical in His CivilitesEnjoyed this story if for nothing else for the author s use of the literary technique of conflict, when Darcy is making remarks about all the men getting attention from Elizabeth Thanks to Lady Catherine, Bingley and Darcy travel back to Netherfield for the purpose of reuniting with their favorite Bennet daughter They arrive one year after the infamous Meryton Assembly when Darcy makes his infamous unkind statement that Elizabeth couldn t tempt him Well he foun [...]

    Barb
    In this lively and inventive JAFF variation of Pride and Prejudice, Darcy and Bingley have returned to Hertfordshire after Lydia and Wickham have married However, there is another assembly and our heroes head there to win their ladies fair.A Little Whimsical in His Civilities is told completely in first person by Darcy Apparently, our very taciturn gentleman finds it difficult to converse, but that is possibly because his mind is going a mile a minute Croft makes a note in the introduction that [...]

    Sara
    This was a funny insight into FD s thoughts as he tried to win the elusive Elizabeth Very enjoyable For all other info, see Sheila s excellent review.

    Erika
    Such a romp with wordsAgain Ms Croft delivers a wonderfully spun and wordy tale from PP This time she re enacted Mr Darcy and Mr Bingley s return to Meryton from Mr Darcy s POV You must read this with your mind open with humor at the cleverly worded thoughts of Darcy as he attempts to win the hand of his love To make it even humorous, it is set at another assembly instead of on a walk into Meryton I mean really, to really show the wide range of conflicted and nervous ramblings and varied emotio [...]

    Tina
    I swear J Marie Croft must love to incorporate humor into her stories because this is the second one of her s that has had me laughing through the majority of it Really the only bad point of this book was that I think that he wouldn t say those things about others even if it was only in his mind I mean while the things he said were true he s to much of a gentleman to even acknowledge them Plus he seemed like he was on the edge of a nervous breakdown through most of the novella.

    Sheila Majczan
    I reread this book in its paperback edition, which I won as part of the grand prize from the raffle at the end of The Darcy Monologue blog tour Loved it just as much the second time around Posting my first review here again.You must go into reading this novella with a sense of humor I don t think I stopped smiling, smirking or snorting in glee one moment in reading this snippet of snarky revelation into Darcy s thoughts upon his second attendance at the Meryton gathering The story spans about a [...]

    Nicole
    I realize this was suppose to be clever, but it just did not come across as entertainingly clever Like it was tying too hard to be clever I do not know Just okay for me.

    Sophia
    From one passing phrase in Jane Austen s Pride Prejudice, an author is inspired to write a charming, light novella variation to the original story All from Darcy s point of view, this cunningly crafted piece allows the reader to join Darcy on the night he returns to the scene of his perfidy for his chance to make good with the woman he loves.The story takes place in one setting and all in one night This is one that there is an assumption that the reader is fairly familiar with the book or a movi [...]

    Loren Dushku
    tomorrowisanotherdaytervist Told entirely from Mr Darcy s point of view, A little whimsical in his civilities tells how, thanks to lady Catherine s intrusion at Longbourn, Darcy and Bingley return to the Hertfordshire to reconquer their lovers.The story is set exactly one year after the Meryton assembly, and in this new reunion Mr Darcy wants to show himself in a different way from the man he seemed the first time But his attempts to appear friendly and of smiling give an appearance of him contr [...]

    Christina
    Told from Fitzwilliam Darcy s point of view, Darcy s struggle for words of four syllables is no trouble at all his mind But to readily voice those same words and make himself acceptable to his heart s desire is an entirely different business Watching as Elizabeth Bennet is escorted onto the dance floor by every pox picked pumpion who has the gall to ask her poor man Darcy must dance around Meryton s inhabitants for his own chance Author J Marie Croft s command of the King s English is as witty a [...]

    Shannon
    A short read, chock full of laughter After surprise rendezvous at Hunsford and later Pemberley, Darcy vows to make amends for his formidable behavior toward his obsession Immersing himself in the clutches of Meryton society, he seeks her solace and a chance at happiness This is written entirely from Darcy s point of view Focusing mostly upon his self inflicted inner turmoil.

    Leslie
    this is a short story set in Mr Darcy s head in the time of Bingley s return to Netherfield While quite clever it is not an easy read and while there are a few bits of humor Mrs Long s missing song bird for one it really is missable.

    Susan
    Fitzwilliam Darcy tells his tale of returning to Meryton with Bingley to attend another assembly to talk to Elizabeth Can he achieve a happy ending.A playful tale.

    May Sage
    One of the best pride and prejudice variation out there it s well written, entertaining, and half the time, it s easy to imagine that Darcy really would think exactly that

    JMarcy
    What a delightful quick read Full of self deprecating humour Darcy about himself , puns and many Regency colloquialisms, I giggled all the way through.

    Madenna U
    I enjoyed the story Darcy unsure of himself trying to get his moment with Elizabeth The massive amounts of slang terms, however, were distracting.

    Laura
    Absolute nonsense No discernable plot, just pages and pages of stream of consciousness of a very unlikeable Darcy, which was dull to read and in no way humorous I didn t finish.

    Allison
    This was a very comical short from Mr Darcy s point of view The language Croft used was often hilarious although her own whimsy was a bit overdone at times Overall it was a fun entertaining quick read.

    Shauna
    Lots of fun This was funny, frustrating, sweet and charming all at the same time I really think that Darcy s internal monologue was completely true to character.

    Ann Smith
    I get that this slim volume is meant to be funny Sadly, I do not find being beaten over the head with a dictionary of historical slang even remotely amusing

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