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This month's selection is: A picnic scene in literature or film
And... *drumroll* my entry is the climactic Box Hill scene in Austen's Emma. (Highly surprising, I know. ;D) It's incredible on so many levels and, if you'd like to read more, I did write a wee bit more about it HERE for a certain Emma party -- once upon a time. (Also, feel free to leave a comment over there, too. I'd love to hear your thoughts on it!)
Tell me! Have you read or seen Emma? And what do you think of this scene?
Just leave your own link here in a comment and I'll add it to the post! (Also please note: I'm adjusting the schedule a little for this month, so if your link is left later in September I'll probably be adding it to the post sometime in October. :)) I can't wait to see your selections!
Brona Joy ~ Picnic at Hanging Rock by Joan Lindsay
Kathy ~ At Home in Mitford by Jan Karon
MovieCritic ~ Nanny McPhee Returns
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That's all there is to it!