Thursday Reading Links #49

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This is a portrait, oil on canvas, of Mrs. George Watson, the second wife of a very wealthy merchant. You can tell she is wealthy because she lives in the US, yet she is holding a vase of tulips imported from Holland and her pink dress is based on the latest fashion from London. By  John Singleton Copley, 1765. National Portrait Gallery, Washington, D.C.

Grab your cup of tea, a comfortable chair and happy reading! There is no rhyme or reason to today’s reading links.

17 Jokes Only People Who Speak French Will Get. Haha, this is cute!

A lot of bad things happen to women in books.

When America’s Most Famous Monthly Took on Its Most Famous Tycoon.

Mysteries That’ll End a Reading Slump. Have you read any of them?

The Connection Between Jane Austen’s Emma and Amélie. I never thought about this before, but it makes sense.

Nazi name lists in Argentina may reveal loot in Swiss bank.

You Had Me at the Title. “People often ask me what I’m reading and sometimes I forget. What’s the name of that book again? But then some book titles stick to my brain like a gecko clinging to a wall. They take root inside me and often the book itself proves to be just as unforgettable.”

20 of the Best Castles in Scotland.

And on a very serious note, women with endometriosis ‘finally being believed.’

xoxo, Jane

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