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"mr darcy" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

TIME's Top Stories

03:45 min | 3 months ago

"mr darcy" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

"By Stephanie. Even the most imaginative spy novelist couldn't have made it up. In 1943, a Motley group of British operatives created an elaborate false identity for a corpse, which they then sent a wash on a beach in Spain with the aim of throwing the Nazis off the trail of the allies impending invasion of Sicily. This credible courier carrying personal letters and accoutrement as well as an all important fake official document that exactly as he was told. After all he had no choice, and ultimately pulled off his mission with grand success, though not without a few nail biting detours and near misses. The top secret plan was dubbed operation mincemeat, a suitable name for a cobbled together plot so humble, that it could just possibly work. Now a movie of the same name works a similar homegrown charm, directed by John Madden, who may be best known for 1990 8s Shakespeare in law of a perfectly entertaining bonbon that has somehow become fashionable to deride, operation mincemeat based on Ben McIntyre's 2010 book, follows the twisting trail of the unwitting war hero major William Martin, who began life as a decrepit body lingering in a morgue, and now lives forever, an espionage lore. Commander you and montagu played by Colin Firth and Royal Air force lieutenant Charles char mondale, played by Matthew mcfadden, hatched this far fetched plan, but have trouble selling it to the higher ups, or understandable reasons. It doesn't help that their personal lives are something of a mess. Montagu is having marital troubles and his wife has gone off to America with their children. Char Mondelez is shy and awkward. He's interested in a young woman who works at their office, Jeanne Leslie, the always captivating Kelly Macdonald, though she doesn't seem to return his affections. And he feels inferior to his brother, killed in the line of duty and lionized by the men's grieving mother. But their scheme eventually gets the go ahead, and once they find a suitable stiff, they're off. Gene is enlisted to help them invent a believable, romantic backstory for major Martin, and her involvement in the scheme creates an awkward love triangle. She develops a crush on montagu as char mondale, looks on mournfully, though he's not above a rather cruel act of romantic sabotage, and the woman who holds the intelligence office together, Helen Leggett, played by Penelope Wilton, a model of efficiency, pens the love letter that's eventually tucked in to major Martin's breast pocket. A letter that points to her own experience of lost love and a previous war, an eloquent touch that's purely moving rather than sentimental. Aside from the fact that operation mincemeat features not one, but two former mister Darcy's, one from the much loved 1995 Pride and Prejudice miniseries, the other from Joe Wright's similarly marvelous 2005 film adaptation, and works beautifully as a romance. It's also a cracking espionage caper. Even as the deception was unfolding, its participants, especially a naval intelligence officer, played here by Johnny Flynn by the name of Ian Fleming, knew it would one day make a great story. The near failure of operation mincemeat, which Madden and screenwriter Michelle Ashford render intense, crisp detail, makes this story that much more remarkable, and this trim little movie, both funny and grand, does it justice? Major William Martin, God rest his soul, didn't die for not..

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"mr darcy" Discussed on Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater

Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater

05:17 min | 10 months ago

"mr darcy" Discussed on Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater

"I won't lie. It's actually really emotional movie and you don't expect that but you would if you knew if you'd seen guardians alexey one into which are act. I was crying during the second one. But you know It is what it is but anyway. So we're going to move onto topics. Today's topic is one again. I want to talk a pretty much since the beginning and the beginning of this podcast top. Five book to film adaptations now. The reason we're doing top five is because there are three of us and we don't wanna talk about thirty movies so we might as well just talk about twenty five plus a couple on will mentions so. We're gonna talk five. Top five book to film adaptations now. These are legit. They were either oops novels whether they were fiction. Nonfiction and whatever in I'm not sure if this negates either one of your list. But i was thinking that it didn't include graphic novels. But if you have a graphic novel that's totally totally fine For that as well and we can talk about what we like it and also we can talk about what changes were made. Because most of the ones i have i love because either it improve it. It was strata up Adaptation they improved on some things or they took a ton of stuff out in actually made a really really better doing that as well. So this will be very interesting and the three of us come from different Interest so this is going to be really exciting so to start off. I would love to hear the honorable. Mentions for each few janai. Love for you to begin if you don't mind sharp My first honorable mention is the two thousand five version of pride and prejudice One thing it's a really pretty movie you look at. The scenery is just beautiful like soothing and peaceful. Bassa love thing this particular. Mr darcy's very socially awkward I feel like a lot of people. Forget reading the book owes romantically..

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"mr darcy" Discussed on Keep Calm and Cauliflower Cheese Podcast

Keep Calm and Cauliflower Cheese Podcast

07:06 min | 10 months ago

"mr darcy" Discussed on Keep Calm and Cauliflower Cheese Podcast

"Thing in the morning syriac not not the disease of i said yesterday scenario the root vegetable very difficult to find in america and why my rediscovering the breadth cheese toasties as well brevity cheese toasty machine. I got on the bandwagon decided. I'm going to go up revel again. Also victorian tv dramas come. Unstuck over the william morris wallpaper. How cautious your store cupboard. What's the suites with brown source. New zealand's national wizards sacked after remarks about women meteorite gives. Canadian women lomb core. She'll never forget. There's some of the stories. We may be discussing delving into over the course of the next out. There will be a little bit trump trombone. And i'm thinking maybe today will be the first of our job our darby's where we take too low to the ground creatures well mechanical creature. I the and we're going to give it a race against another low to the ground. Freeload the ground crease. You wanna talk about myself. Eh resigned well again head wise. I'm high to the ground but probably belt fate low. Yeah we're putting mackey. The kogi against the number in a series of darby runoffs almost sort of steeplechasing the way towards christmas in a little in a little marathon. Why would not be a sprinter then because both seem to move relatively slowly. So are we saying who comes who comes off best in the low to the ground little sprint rice. Ever hundred yards one hundred yard dash and we'll be reporting that as well so then we go as you can see this quite a lot going on some of this will be brought to you today and some of it may be saved either a you the sort of person who when you say gift you unwrap it. The unwrapping it with your eyes. Yeah now you have to be patient. You have to wait. I mainly you unwrap this. On christmas day. It could be a boxing day here that that somebody in the middle of october outside many chevy towers a icecream van basically so we could only cream van outside a champy towers. I for more like hot chocolate at the moment than mr whippy. Very bizarre living into the comb finds a champion towers. We have an ice cream van. Apparently victorian tv dramas come unstuck. Over the william morris wallpaper period television dramas distort reality of victorian life. Plastering up william morris wallpaper. The country's foremost expert on the designers said animation said there's a real problem with his designs being used as a backdrop when in reality only to alan god. Despite during his era mason told the times at the cheltenham literature festival that it was an easy option for television dramas but there was a kind of distorts reality because in his day he wasn't up in homes up and down the country mason. Who is the former managing crater the william morris gallery in london. And what with the national trust and martha's renowned red house in the southeast of the capital said it was misleading to showcase his designs in the homes of wealthy victorians. It was quite avant-garde artists. Who using his wallpaper and they became a bit more mainstream. But you would never found his wallpapers. The pace them now because of his designs of never gone out of production whether people setting a period in the victorian period. Or they lost it with morris over the say william wallace. Absolutely disgraced walk. It'll be with him. Wallace not really more us guys dot. The hottest chapin now is the type of water. Victorian home looks like now whereas in his day the market for his wallpapers with the beginning. With very very niche. She said that morris who was a novelist and the leading socialist would not have been happy with the whites producers designs. There's a lodge dose of irony. The designs often appropriated the kind of wasteful throwaway consumer culture that is sought so hard against is not difficult to imagine him raging many aspects of modern life at least the climate emergency case. You could recycle wallpaper. That would that would help environment. Who's looking at the bloody wallpaper. When the i mean first of all there's all sorts of eighties. In the bustiers i mean. And then secondly you've got you've got mr darcy mr darcy people looking mr darcy like coming out of the water completely sold to comes out of the lake and we know what sort of wet rougher shirt competition things i mean. Nobody's looking at the wallpaper you just. Don't you really look at the wolf paper when it comes to these these shows. The audience is looking at regime on page. Melting the wallpaper. They're not looking at the wallpaper. They're looking at the hunk. The regime page. If i pronounced that correctly is it reggie visit reggie on page. 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"mr darcy" Discussed on Star Wars Sessions

Star Wars Sessions

04:32 min | 10 months ago

"mr darcy" Discussed on Star Wars Sessions

"True. But there's one story that actually has been inspirational for the drop it drop it matilda pro. I didn't prejudice jane olson. Yup and it happens to be you. Know coincidentally my favorite novel and why not drive. It was considering the role of kinda run. The right main among others addition condition for their own and it has to read some of mr darcy's lane nas to sue. Yes it's true. Income her gonna. It's in variety an article in variety. He said he flunked terribly miserably. Anyway adam never mentioned and they knew when they sat there is named but he wasn't right man for the job which was true anyway Pride and prejudice spoiler is about elizabeth. Who's the second daughter five and the mother. Does everything disease married well. At but elizabeth is disgusted by the And disagreement alcee. Just like ray is repulsed by Roles things that he superior today you a scavenger anyway. Walk carl dossey. Full stores abet bet makes one of the most infamous Proposals in literary history kinda also makes a strikingly similar invitation for me to join t. j. but if tossing kyla managed to express the respective to the respective love interest if you will that they're attracted to them about their olsen beneath standards. Joe nothing to me in the end the only way for mister dole said the true win. Elizabeth sought is to put his reputation on the line and sacrifice some of his earn wealth to save elizabeth. Young assistant lydia's reputation and consequently all the five sisters and he will system of financial future extremely important in the regency era. By contrast new reading. Ben makes the ultimate sacrifice of his own life to save right and arguably also wins her heart rate. Low is basically thunderdome. Pride and prejudice in school expose into it is read and the fact that i had the who came in for cholera in bristling blinds of mr darcy is rather telling and says this is all even ought to think atom driver had to audition bobby. This was joy for he was go. Sit down eve in. Well david staffer beforehand sweet and stuff lincoln but now this cap hold him in daisy into the into the stratosphere and luckily for us the two of those a of rilo is also bill on the fizzing tension and chemistry between them. And it happened. Yeah sorry that they both have a fantastic chemistry with each offer for me. If i'm going to that elaine. My on rilo. If you're going to ask me what makes right. Oh what do i think is most important thing about rilo or the most telling part of it is in university where the two actors are. So good together. Yeah can elaborate genuine chemistry that They sell it to me. Even if lock said everything that's happened before we in universe caller wins atrocities. Or how ray east Views carlisle and then been just chemistry between them. He's out of this world. So what would what would you say are the most important decisive. Crucial factors off rilo mate. Yeah you look everyone everyone. Yeah definitely the english rose and the k. Unique.

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"mr darcy" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:17 min | 1 year ago

"mr darcy" Discussed on KOMO

"Jeremy Greater technical direction by Bill O'Neill and in the headlines, the 2021 Summer Olympics are on the rocks once again due to cope in 19 multiple reports, A Japanese government officials have concluded the Tokyo Olympics will have to be canceled due to the ongoing pandemic, also following a local story on the anniversary of the first confirmed covered 19 case in the United States. Washington State health authorities are plowing ahead with plans to open four mass vaccination sites next week. That's despite logistical concerns that include questions about vaccine supply. The mass vaccination sites expected open Monday are in Spokane when and she can awake from Ridgefield down in Clark County, Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell saying tonight he'd like to push back in the impeachment trial against former President Trump until February. Move would give Trump's legal team or time to prepare his defense for what will be a second impeachment trial. The House impeached him on one article of inciting an insurrection over the violence of the U. S Capitol earlier this month. House Speaker Pelosi has yet to send the charge over to the Senate. Press secretary Jen Psaki is addressing the ongoing Corona virus outbreak. This crisis is dire on it requires immediate action, and we hope and expect members of both parties to work together to do that. President Biden has proposed an aggressive new stimulus package covering nearly $2. Trillion in. Some Republican lawmakers have expressed deep reservations about the price tag. So part of the discussion will be having with members is what do you want to cut on? This is a plan that he feels addresses the crisis. Sake, told reporters that the corona viruses hitting Red states, blue states, Republicans and Democrats who challenge skeptical lawmakers saying, what do you want to cut? We'll also on our news this afternoon. We're continuing to follow what's happening on the situation with Dr Fauci. He's revealing he had some side effects. After receiving a second dose of Corona virus vaccine. Fauci spoke with reporters of the White House and said he received the shot on Tuesday and was hoping it would not affect him. But it did for about 24 hours. He had it He felt tired. Some pain but did not feel ill. He's fine now, he says. The CDC says so far more than 17.5 million people have been inoculated for covert 19 nationwide. Lot of Northwest family's stressed out over the virus are turning to a best friend for help. And it seems to be working couples. Brian Calvert, with more on covert 19 meant her sons would lose their social life and end up at the household day. Lindsay Graves needed a real lifeline in isolation is not good for anybody, but especially The young kids when they're suddenly pulled away from all their friends and all their community is just it was just really hard. The family came up with a plan. They needed some unconditional love. And they found that in Mr Darcy Thomas started crying because I just I just knew he was just gonna be the biggest blessing to our family. And he definitely is. Mr Darcy is a puppy. And Mr Darcy is good at what he does, but we got essentially for the boys. But He hangs out with the most today now that most boys are back working quick look at shelter websites across the state. And there isn't a huge selection right now, because pet adoptions are up in the time of Covina. I didn't know that dogs were going to be Part of the relief of the pandemic. Mary Davies is CEO of Dog Ology Northwest, She tells our news partner, K..

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"mr darcy" Discussed on Serienweise - Der Serien Podcast

Serienweise - Der Serien Podcast

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"mr darcy" Discussed on Serienweise - Der Serien Podcast

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"mr darcy" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

04:41 min | 1 year ago

"mr darcy" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Boobs, Successor Seltzer, New York stories or throttling back. Did you have any evidence, then? Your whole story is part of Russian disinformation or that those emails any any any inspiration was very authentic. Food of me are Russian disinformation. Mr Darcy, wait. You mean you didn't allow the New York Post to post because the story wasn't verified, but you don't have any proof that it was disinformation. I'll let Twitter work on squaring the circle all they want me. I'm done. What's the point? There comes a moment where you realize, of course, they don't want anybody on the political right having a voice off course they are silencing people. The guy who runs was a global security for Facebook. It was a one time worked for Joe Biden and Mark Zuckerberg's Like I didn't know that Agreed. You've got tens of thousands of people working for you. You might not know the history of every single one of them. The guy who runs global security. He didn't know he worked for Joe Biden. Stop talking. You sound like a crazy person. You look like a crazy person. He sound like a crazy person. I don't know if he does in his regular life. When he's on video. He does he looks Exam be esque. Course you knew. It's obvious And so the only thing you can come to a Sarah Only death. There are other sites that people use parlor. For example, on DH. Maybe others will come and there should be more. The only answer is to grow more content and grow more platforms. I've talked about the fact that I'm working on building a production company, and I could be the biggest thing in the world we're looking for. Investors were looking for people. We're going to do the thing. I'm gonna do it from right here. It's coming from the Midwest. There's no more Los Angeles All that's over. Is O ver. And other great acting meccas like like New York and Chicago. That stuff is over Atlanta because they've got Pinewood studios down there in Georgia. So they did the Marvel films and doing a lot of that kind of production. They're going to grow great and, you know, see States try and get into the whole idea of giving tax credits. Rightly these big big tax rebates bring movies there and I get it. I don't like that stuff, except for the fact that that's the way it's done, and it works and it brings crazy crazy money. Brings crazy money. Me. I would just charge less in taxes personally, but Not everybody does it the way I do. You have to be building platforms. We have to be building content. I spoke yesterday about how Jon Stewart is coming back to TV. Jon Stewart is coming back to TV. It's going be a weekly show on Apple. It's going in the vein of last week tonight with John Oliver one subject to dig deep into it for an hour. Political rights does and figure this out. They still want to yellow Twitter. Stop yelling a Twitter! End of the relationship. It's an abusive relationship. You're being abused. Grab your bag, Put on your heels and walk out the door. Don't turn around now. They're not welcome anymore. That's what has to happen. You have to create new platforms and new homes and new content, and you better be able to fight because they are gearing back up. Just gotta deal with that reality. And also You should recognize the level of insanity Some people are willing to accept. Chelsea handler. The former talk show host before she decided to be all political and ruined. Her career was on the view. She's the former girlfriend of Fiddy Cent and said them You can't vote for Trump. Your black and white people can vote for Trump says the white woman, because that's not in any way bigoted. And I'll pay your taxes. If you think the taxes or too much, and I'm willing to, of course, sleep with you because you know if that'll change your mind. Don't you realize you can't pay somebody else's taxes in order to get their vote? Just like okay, I won't do that. But sex is still totally on the table, including on the table. And so she went on the view and started talking about her absolute hatred. For conservatives. Oh my God. I knew I would walk into the airports. I would go to the first class lounge check in, then run over to the Fox News section and start assaulting people like I would. I would go in good.

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Morales aide claims victory in Bolivia's election redo

BBC World Service

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Morales aide claims victory in Bolivia's election redo

"The Socialist candidate Luis Arce looks set to win Bolivia's presidential election without the need for a runoff. Exit polls suggest he's won more than 52% of the vote. His Nicholas, Russia. If the results predicted by the exit polls are confirmed with SARS is Socialist Party will have made a remarkable comeback on Lee. Last year, It's veteran leader, former President Evo Morales went into exile after an election that was annulled because of fraud allegations. Not yet clear whether Mr Morales will return to Bolivia for the time being, though Mr Darcy has made it clear he'll try to heal the bitter divisions on govern for all Bolivians at the time when the country is facing a difficult economic

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"mr darcy" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

02:52 min | 2 years ago

"mr darcy" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Room. It's called the emergency room. Okay. What? Maybe you should give her a call down there. Sorry. What a dope! What a dope. He did at least get attacked today in in the Boston Herald and the Boston Globe, The Globe, wrote an editorial saying he's saying he's hiding these these devastating numbers, which is true. I'm glad they finally figured it out and the and the Harold pointed out how These these communities that have jails or colleges and we're getting crushed for re openings because they you know, like Middleton. I mentioned this earlier in the day. Middleton has one case in the town. One case of the virus that you know. Nominee in the jail in Middleton, 113. So so nothing can reopen in Middleton. I know the solution. What? Shut down everything. No release the prisoners. That's I'm starting to think like a Democrat, Howie, And I think that would be the best case scenario, right? Let them free. Mr. Garcia, You're next. Go ahead, Mr Garcia. Oh, yeah. Hi. How you going, Harry Card. I'm one has him because when I heard you the first time, maybe 67 months ago. I, um uh, went the hard core Democrats. Now my life told me so I'm going with proper thing. And I'm I'm very proud. He also much sung is 24. He told me Hamburg. I want to talk. Um, I wanted or trump, but I want a vocal book or by hate my son. Okay? You cannot do that. You panicking match. Yeah, well, you can theoretically. But why would you? Why would you do that? I mean, I I guess he didn't make his big an ass out of himself. Today at the hearing is they did two years ago with Kavanaugh, but I'm sure he didn't acquit himself. Well, I mean, I don't think you would be proud of whatever the hell, he said this this morning or this afternoon at the at the Senate Judiciary Committee hearings. Why was he was a crappy mayor of your hometown? Mr. Garcia doesn't you're done your son? Remember that? Yeah, he wants and also and I'm very happy and I'm very happy you before you change my right to change my heart just grabbed Gabby radio. And I meet you and thank you for in my heart. And my family. We grew up. Thank you, Mr Garcia of you, Mr Darcy. You love me more than Senator Spartacus. Yeah. Thank you, Mr Garcia. 844 542 42. I'm Howie Carr..

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"mr darcy" Discussed on Deck The Hallmark

Deck The Hallmark

04:16 min | 2 years ago

"mr darcy" Discussed on Deck The Hallmark

"Also didn't know that because the book is set in London and Mr Darcy's British, and I had no idea until I got set that they had moved it to America I was like. Why isn't anyone speaking English? Knew nothing so. Now, the art of us I will say the thing that we were most concerned about was that. There's a lot of I mean I hate to use the word deception because it makes it sound like my characters are bad people. They're not the characters in that book are I think they're good people, but you know not. All of us are one hundred percent truthful all the time better. You know what our good intentions are and. We were concerned that you know the hallmark viewership. They were lying and misrepresenting Tom's qualification. which was kind of you know if you really think about it? In romantic comedy that you know that I'm used putting air quotes around the word deception. Deception. There's a lot a lot of deceptions. Comedies it because it's funny. That's why that's one of the things that makes it funny when you have a prince trying not to let her know. Let's Prince in disguise. Guys shot the sprints I. Don't want her to find out. And or like Oh we need to pretend to be a couple, so our parents will let us won't WANNA set us up with anyone during the holidays all that type of stuff. If you really look at it, that's lying, you know. But it's also what makes the story sometimes entertaining and funny and the things that you learned about yourself when you're trying to live a like that so. That was the big thing in the art of us. We were like trying to make it. You know trying to make the mistruths in there. You know more palatable that they would still be sympathetic characters that the audience would route four, even though they had gotten themselves into a pickle, telling some saying something that wasn't necessarily true. As. As the book goes along to..

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"mr darcy" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"mr darcy" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Perry I'm going to inquire of the delegation share. I'm going to get an answer. I expect that I'm going to really rejection out of order once I get that answer. I'm just giving you a little telegraph. Mr Rossio or Durazo are available. Iam Mr Darcy or any New York delegates required to vote in any particular way in the presidential nomination process delegates required to vote in any particular way in the presidential nomination process absolutely not in any particular way in the presidential nomination process absolutely not in any particular way in the presidential nomination process absolutely not trick on them it is however in order it is one of those moves that you should avoid doing but is not out of order to do I do anticipate that there are people who want to continue debate on the credentials report and I also anticipate. There.

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"mr darcy" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"mr darcy" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Disease it will not rain the according to Egyptian ritual the condition is reward and by your authority sorry to be king of Egypt caesarean was too young to rule and Anthony could rule in his place so it was a great big political allies just like game of thrones this marriage strategy wasn't just for kings and queens there's a common misconception that people of lower classes and this time married for life not true Stephanie says you couldn't run a farm with one person you couldn't run a bakery with one person so people who were bakers married other bakers if you were a peasant you wanted somebody who had a good reputation as a hard worker and that was much more important than this frivolous luxury is the way it was really thought of as how attracted you work to the person a different idea started to become more common in the seventeen and eighteen hundreds Jane Austen the famous novelist may well have been the trailblazer for those who don't remember the plot of her book pride and prejudice Mr Darcy who's been promised in marriage to his wealthy cousin fault instead for Elizabeth Bennett a woman of modest means not throws his hand into a rage Mr Darcy is engaged to my daughter now I want you to say this if that is the case you can have no reason to suppose he would make an offer to me use fish go this union has been planned since infancy do you think it can be prevented by young woman of inferior buff have an S. on the shade dependability but also for you to not only wants to follow are you engaged to him I'm not so Stephanie talk about this this is the first glimmers if you will well the idea that in some ways love what's coming to conquer marriage this clip you used is perfect because it illustrates the fact that men found it easier to embrace the love match them women that men could merry down because they could go out and earn wages women had to be very very cautious you know that you could say my heart inclines to hurry but you know I better merry who my parents want me to and the person who is most likely to be able to support me and so there was a prolonged period of time where men actually were more romantic than women in the courtship arena but the second half of the nineteenth century the Jane Austen model of marriage had taken firm hold in the United States the idea of marrying for anything other than love came to be seen as a fashion and with the rise of this new idea came another if marriage was once seen as a partnership between people from similar backgrounds and similar social classes the new model of marriage began to celebrate the coming together of people who was supposedly radically different from one another and you got this new theory that love was a union of opposites now this idea came that men and women were totally different and you could only have access to the emotions resources abilities of the other by getting married and staying married you were incomplete without it in practice this dove tail with the changing economic landscape in the country when men increasingly became the breadwinners and women became homemakers the.

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"mr darcy" Discussed on Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast

Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast

03:31 min | 2 years ago

"mr darcy" Discussed on Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast

"In some part due to an to to an iconic scene which emerged at a wet shirt after living. Yes which part is not in the book it just. It was the mid nineties. They had to make him look sexier. I guess which Okay Fine Chore But Anyway I could go on a whole tangent about that with Jane austen stuff but since that's not the topic at hand but I will say this you know as far arza portrayal of Mr Darcy as you know as a long as well as like the whole pond scene. It's still east. He's he's still he's still really gets the character he gets. What it it? It's not it's not just it's not just the it's not just the physical Aspects but it's also you know the language the attitude the It's Kinda like you know when you when you when you read Shakespeare experienced college and you find out that Oh this. The the language he was using was actually more geared toward the masses as well well as the aristocracy I guess but it wasn't a same thing because I'm trying to think what Jane austen it's the way they wrote back. Then they were trying to appeal to a wide audience and not just. The upper crust problem with literature is not everybody could read back pin so I mean so so even though that sort of language in that sort of culture sounds stilted to us to them and to the audience. That Austin was writing for that was that was that was that was who she was writing for that to bought bought. Her book sets Who was You know paying her paychecks as it were so that's outside so they wrote so that's how they wrote right so it wasn't it wasn't just for the you know the academics in fact back then the that literature was kind of seen as lowbrow and not high-class enough I guess but then you know nowadays British period dramas based on those books and it seen as you know that gets is on. PBS masterpiece theatre whatever. The actors are like yes. We have to do period drama because that is our tradition and that is what we do and etc but then but then he goes and does you know there are several interviews. Where he he is stated like? He doesn't want to just Mr Darcy or to be associated with pride and prejudice. Although I don't think he hates it so much it's just he didn't WanNa be typecast. You know he can understand that. which is you know? Eventually he ends up doing a doing actually the before that he he was. He was Yeah he was concerned about being typecast after fighting Mr Darcy and then and he ended up taking the role of Mark Darcy in the adaptation of Bridget Jones's diary which is essentially a a modern day retelling of fairly. He accepted the part because he saw it. As an opportunity to lampoon. It's Mr Darcy character..

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"mr darcy" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

05:54 min | 3 years ago

"mr darcy" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"Anthony Hopkins and some of the movies where he's up what about those? That was the remains of the day a great movie action ivory. Yeah. They would always have those stuffy move big houses like the architecture. Yeah. You'd iron the newspaper you read the newspaper, and I wanna read it later that I felt fresh. Interesting bringing the herald shirt off of that service. Yes, we'll come in high on your newspaper. I need a few more hours. So maybe I'll be the guy doing that. It was you know, I have to like like sense insensibility and pride and prejudice. And all those dead become for me, very very difficult to understand that sort of society. And why? This sort of situations that like Charlotte, Bronte and other writers were putting Edith Wharton. We're putting their main characters in. Why this was a pickle for them. I guess right. So one of them was that this was classic one of them was there was the very wealthy ugly. I that he didn't love and the other one was worse than they not wealthy guy who she did love and wanted to marry, but you know, that would somehow he wouldn't be living the same life that she'd been living feels. Yeah. Except looking guy too. Yeah. Who's who's the one of the sentence sensibilities, Jane Austen? Yes, right. Right. That isn't Titanic actually. Yeah. It's still it's all desperation. Right. It's it's desperation trying to put a pretty face on desperation the family. The family is always this close to being totally bankrupt. Ruined ten thing. They're not jumping up. The new handsome Mr. Darcy coming by route. They are one. One sister gets totally mistreated by a man, and then the other one, you know, is is is saved them the third one. Who's usually the the heroin. Whatever protagonists right is. You know is a fighter it has. All the attributes of a man doesn't need a man. Right. And something happens. You're right. It is total desperate. And it's awesome. The reason I I mean, but you could understand that for somebody in this day and age, especially I was reading when I was young for school. I couldn't I couldn't put myself into that society. I just wasn't didn't I didn't get how. I just didn't get it. I guess. And maybe, thankfully, that's because like my family didn't really have any money and also didn't wasn't trying for society. I mean, there's still people obviously in the present day who are do these sorts of things not as ham handed anymore. I guess, but I mean still have those thoughts still want different things in whatever. Anyway, I just had I had a tough time. Yeah. This is why we have such a good synergy on this show us the Royal trinity because I was thinking the holy trinity. You're not understanding what that is. Like, yeah is exactly what leads to class envy. Which is exactly what we're going to talk about eleven thirty nine. Liz, Warren going around with her stopping the corporate tax. Yeah. So you know, she has the wealth tax that she wants to do which is taxing three percent of people who have more than fifty million bucks, which just a punitive tax on for somebody being rich just going after assets, which is like that constitutional. There's no reason behind it other than me decided that we get to have that now which is not. Antithetical to to you know, the reason for the creation of the country. But this other one this corporate taxes is interesting because there's going to be very popular. There are a lot of people on the right who look at Amazon and say this thing is too big. And who would probably be okay with fleecing companies like that. And taking billions trillions from them. Over the years. Shattuck does the right specifically go after Amazon because of Jeff Bezos who also owns the Washington Post. I mean, we tie that all together that you know, he's kind of enemy number. Why think you absolutely nailed? It is his Cuna would say you hit it right on the hammer. Jeep call brilliant. Yes. You nailed it. It's the right. It does not like the culture of Palo Alto. No Silicon Valley. And so I think it's kind of. That should happen. There are other people like Tucker Carlson just think that that the power and. Wealth is centralized in just a few big players out there, and that that should be broken up because they're just too powerful. But I think you've general generally, right? Speaking of Elizabeth Warren. Let's if we could listen in to Joe Scarborough and make Brzezinski basically losing their minds about Elizabeth warrants. Most recent new right? Yeah. They lose their minds everything this time. It's about one of our politicians. So it's doubly well, it's actually newsworthy to our listeners. So here we go, basically, they are looking at the scene. Some poem sorry poll that shows how poorly she's doing up in New Hampshire, which is a really really bad. If. Considering how close she is all that stuff. And they they just can't understand it. Let's let's listen to them weigh in on this charges have to say again,.

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"mr darcy" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

04:55 min | 3 years ago

"mr darcy" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Arrest of Roger stone. And whether Roger stone has any information that would implicate President Trump and some sort of collusion slash conspiracy slash coordination with the Russians and not too, surprisingly, Mr. Darcy Dershowitz, feel that so far the special prosecutor, at least on the issue of those factors of those things collusion and corruption and conspiracy in coordination that the mother probe has so far found almost no crimes. Can you back to the wall Maria? Hosa is a journalist for NPR. She refers to the wall as racist designed to quote, keep people like me out. I wanna take a moment and actually tell you what I said to my students at depaul university in Chicago. Who are they're all all the Knicks. And no they were not like they're found family did not trigger term Latina cts. They don't say Latino or Latina anymore. It's now a teen access waste more inclusive. And no they were not good again. They're all all at the Knicks. All the Teaneck. So this is a new term that people on the left are using to describe somebody who's Hispanic. They don't want to say Latino Latina early Tino because that would be sexist. I guess it's now the term is Latino X at depaul university in Chicago who are in this cans, they're all all at the Knicks. And no they were not like their family did not work for the federal government their families. In the sense of the other side of the story. What is this all about? This is about a wall that is to keep people like me, and my students and their families out is a wall that is racist. What about the existing walls? Are they racist? And if the world are immorality as Nancy Pelosi said and racists, as this journalist says that we should take them all down. How would you have a confirmation if conversation how do you have some sort of coming together when one size referring to what you want done is racist? Was it racist in two thousand six when Democrats join Republicans and. Passing a law to provide the kind of border security, the President Trump now wants to Democrats now refuse. How do you have a conversation? When the starting point is the wall is an immorality and the wall is racist. Honestly. Now, President Trump says that he still has the option to declare a national emergency in the event between now and February fifteen they don't come together. Marco Rubio, not highly idea, you have said you're opposed to the national emergency option in three weeks, though. I know you guys have no appetite on either side of the aisle for another shutdown. So if that's the only way to keep the government funded he goes, national emergency. How defying are you on this option? Will you fight the president on this or not? Yeah. I don't think it's a good idea. I think it'd be a terrible idea. I hope he doesn't do it. You fight them on it. Either. Sure. Because I think that it's important. Look we'll have to fight because I'm not sure they'll end up doing that. I know it's an option they've looked at. But now, you're at the mercy of a district court somewhere, and ultimately an appellate court. So it really may not even withstand. If you look at some of the other rulings, we've seen the other is the precedent that it sets. And it's just not a good precedent to set in terms of action. It doesn't mean that. I don't want border security. I do I just think that's the wrong way to achieve it. It doesn't provide certainty, and you could very well wind up and sort of a theatrical victory at the front end. And they're not getting done. I think the best way to do. It is to have a law passed that funds border security. So we know it's going to happen. What happens when the Democrats don't want to pass a law defined border security? Senator Rubio within. Dan, savage is a left wing radio host refers to Trump supporters to the Bill Maher show as well. I'll let him express it. Talk radio. It's the working class. All those first reaction to Trump's wins. All the research, all the social science research and data sense of proven. It's racist. White. The federal government that is weighted toward acreage and not human beings. He referred to Trump supporters as racist. White dumb f words. That's what he said. It's wins. All the research, all the social science research and data sense of proven. It's racist. White. The.

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"mr darcy" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

1170 The Answer

04:16 min | 3 years ago

"mr darcy" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

"Roger stone. And whether Roger stone has any information that would implicate President Trump and some sort of collusion slash conspiracy slash coordination with the Russians not too, surprisingly, Mr. Darcy Dershowitz, feel that so far the special prosecutor, at least on the issue of those factors those things collusion and corruption and conspiracy in coordination that the Muller probe has so far found almost no crimes. Can you back to the wall Maria? Hosa is a journalist for NPR. She refers to the wall as racist designed to quote, keep people like me out. I wanna take a moment and actually tell you what I said to my students at depaul university in Chicago who are this can't they're all all at the nets. And they were not like their family did not return Latina cts, don't say Latino or Latina anymore. It's now a Teaneck says waste more inclusive. And no they were not good again. They're all all at the Knicks all Latina. This is a new term that people on the left are using to describe somebody who's Hispanic. They don't wanna say Latino Latina early Tino because that would be sexist. I guess so now the term is Latino ex. At depaul university in Chicago, who are they're all all at the Knicks. And no they were not like their family did not work for the federal government their families. In the sense of the other side of the story. What is this all about? This is about a wall that is to keep people like me, and my students and their families out is a wall that is racist. What about the existing walls? Are they racist? And if the world are immorality as Nancy Pelosi said and racists, as this journalist says that we should take them all down. How do you have a confirmation if a conversation how do you have some sort of coming together? When one side is referring to what you want done is racist. Was it racist in two thousand six when Democrats join Republicans and. Passing a law to provide the kind of border security that President Trump now wants to Democrats now refuse. How do you have a conversation? When the starting point is the wall is an immorality and the wall is racist. Honestly. Now, President Trump says that she still has the option to declare a national emergency in the event between now and February fifteen they don't come together. Marco Rubio now high on the idea you have said you're opposed to the national emergency option in three weeks, though. I know you guys have no appetite on either side of the aisle for another shutdown. So if that's the only way to keep the government funded. He goes national emergency. How define are you on this option? Will you fight the president on this or not? Yeah. I don't think it's a good idea. I think it'd be a terrible idea. I hope he doesn't do it. I fight him on it either. Sure. Because I think that it's important look out of the we'll have to fight because I'm not sure they'll end up doing that. I know it's an option they've looked at. But now, you're at the mercy of district court somewhere, and ultimately an appellate court. So it really may not even withstand. If you look at some of the other rulings, we've seen the other is the precedent that it sets. And it's just not a good precedent to set in terms of action. It doesn't mean that. I don't want border security. I do I just think that's the wrong way to achieve it. It doesn't provide certainty, and you could very well wind up and sort of a theatric victory at the front end. And then not getting done. I think the best way to do. It is to have a law passed that funds border security. So we know it's going to happen. What happens when the Democrats don't want to pass a law to fund border security Senator Rubio within? Dan, savage is a left wing radio host refers to Trump supporters to the Bill Maher show as well. I'll let him express everybody's like, oh, it's economic anxiety..

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"mr darcy" Discussed on NFL Live

NFL Live

02:48 min | 3 years ago

"mr darcy" Discussed on NFL Live

"I was laughing because you know, like, Nick Bosa got hurt this year and Ohio State ran out tyreek Smith, who's only just like a terrifying. Young pass rusher. And, but that's what happens at some of these programs where you know, especially in some of these premium positions, they recruit heart, and let me ask you guys questions. You guys can answer a little argument that I had with Dr Mike O starring locus best Saturday. Do you guys still believe to this day as we speak right now that Alabama's the dynasty? Yes. Yes. Okay. Chris. Yeah. Absolutely fifty four and four and United in the SEC, and you win every I'll pass it along to Mr. Darcy Noko and Saturday out, and what was his court that it's over. Now. That's the diocese over ended. That's end. It's gone. Hey, hey, Barry. I'll tell you this. Our guys are saying that Nick Sabin might have just had his best. Ever any done yet? Yeah. The lights ain't going out. And by the way that quarterbacks come back to right guys. Yes. He does. I believe so. Wide receivers off to come back through June. The four quarters. Judy can't even be covered right now. He's coming back. They'll be fine. Guys. It's been fun. It's turn out the lights on this one. I first draft awhile. Go to ESPN dot com. Check out Mel kiper Jr's new mock draft, you can't miss it. And above all go to apple podcasts. Search first draft. Subscribe rate review. Pull this one off side of metal being an hour late for the for the first podcast and my phone not working for the first half hour when he was back. It was swimmingly. Other than when he was like on a bridge over an app wasn't a little traffic. We have been doing this podcast for about three and a half hours. Good news is our every single week. So hopefully, this isn't the start of a pattern for you guys know, make sure that's not the case. And it's just a little pro your next coming out. I don't have a clue mill post senior. I think right after Mobis. Department fill to get okay. Did you some, you know, give me I'll keep your eye. Tenor has a thanks for joining us on first draft. We pulled it off without a hitch. No problems. We'll see you again next week. Assuming you know? Yeah. You don't have to say that like a question is can be. We are. We will see you next week sallow indefinite. Great great promo. Sure about it. But maybe we're in midseason form here, folks. I draft for this.

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"mr darcy" Discussed on Movie Crush

Movie Crush

04:23 min | 3 years ago

"mr darcy" Discussed on Movie Crush

"And we we were both just like. Like, she was all she wanted to do was make him happy. Yeah. All she's doing is getting pounded by these other people, whether it's his family or the staff about how she's not Rebecca she has everything to lose also. Yeah. Because she got everything. So now, all she can do is lose at this point. Yeah, you're right. And she's like, she's an embodiment of childhood of childhood, and how you fear. That's why it's a psychological suspense because she represents the fears of childhood and disappointing your parents and disappointing everyone and everything's frightening to child you have no control. So that's he was father in a way in a way. And he didn't like he wasn't just awesome. All the time. He was a bit of a dick sometimes. Yes. But he had his reasons yet. But I mean, I guess it was indicative of the time period. But when he calls her little fool, and you little. Idiot and stuff like that. He's frustrated. I know, but it was so harsh to hear you know, because you wanna like a guy. Well, he's got a big secret. He's trying to cover up, and he doesn't want her to find out because he loves her so much well true kind of hiding from her and distancing himself emotionally her man. Like, well, put a pin in the reveal because we write about it. Right. There's obviously a secret. He's so emotionally unavailable to her though. Yes. Because he can't be like he's trying to withhold like, no he can't like the whole time of you're as an audience member. You're just like it's nagging at you to you don't know what it is off. But you don't know. What clearly. Yeah. But you don't know what it is. Right. He's so mysterious, you know. Yeah. He doesn't reveal anything which is also indicative of the time. It's not like men the nineteen thirties. Were you know, just think that? But now. Well, maybe it's just yeah. It's the time. He's just being the just withholding emotionally. It's like how Mr. Darcy and pride and prejudice. You think he's a jerk? And then you find out in the end the reason he's behaving that way is because somebody tried to steal his little sister and get all his money, Emily reference, pride and prejudice a couple of times chiefly wind. She I drove up to Mandalay his his huge estate family home. And that look on her face. She was like this just like when I don't even. Yeah. When Elizabeth I drove up to whatever pem, really. Yeah. That's a joke. That's a Jane Austen joke, by the way. What is that? When Elizabeth I sees his house. And then she all of a sudden likes him. That's a joke. Okay. But really 'cause it's supposed to be a joke about how you would just marry someone for their money. Right. And then like it looks like just going to spy on his house and then suddenly fall in love with him for his money. But but actually she falls in love with him because he's nice to her aunt and uncle who she loves her favorite relatives. Okay. He's kind to them because he feels at home. He's had his house. Right. And so he's like in a place of trust. So he's more comfortable, and he's he reveals his true personality, which is that. He's actually a very nice person is paranoid that someone's gonna try to take his little sister and his money because just happened to him like literally right before the book started. Okay. So anyways, that's just my digress. Well. This movie has a similar vibe though in that. She's she's not marrying him for his money. Like the way love and courtship worked was much different back. Then you have to sort it is by it that they could just sort of overnight. Be like, yeah. Let's get married, but I sort of did buy it like she's not. She's not a gold digger. No. And you can tell she's very earnest and just wants to please him. She wants to have love and and beauty in life. Yeah. In for him to have happiness, though. She dies because there is a bit of a like. Co rescuing like he sort of rescuing her from that awful cow. And she sort of rescuing him the sad, man..

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