Stuff Your Stocking! Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen

‘Stuff Your Stocking’ is a joint, three-week Christmas-themed project between Jen at Pop! Goes The Reader and Ginger at GReads! in which we celebrate the two things we love most: Christmas and Reading! Need some help finding the perfect Christmas gift for the person who has everything? No problem! We’ve got you covered.

Hi there, and welcome to week two of the Stuff Your Stocking event! This week I’ve used one of my favourite novels, Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen, as the inspiration for a series of gifts for the Austen fan on your Christmas list. I’ve done my best to select items from a number of different price points and functions so that you might have a greater variety to choose from. I know that I would be happy to receive any one of these items as a gift this Christmas! (What do you mean getting a fourth copy of the Pride and Prejudice A&E miniseries would constitute an addiction!?)

1) The Jane Austen Handbook by Margaret C. Sullivan ($16.99)

2) Pride and Prejudice A&E Miniseries ($11.69)

3) Pride and Prejudice Quotation Mug by Printable Wisdom ($15.00)

4) Pride and Prejudice Clutch by Chick Lit Designs ($155.00)

5) Pride and Prejudice Toile iPhone and iPod Case by Aimee Steinberger ($35.00)

6) Pride and Prejudice iPhone Dock by Rich Neeley Designs ($52.99)

7) Pride and Prejudice Counting Primer by Baby Lit ($9.99)

8) Pemberley Rose Book Lovers’ Scented Soy Candle by Frostbeard Studio ($15.00)

9) Jane Austen Floral Silhouette and Quote Print by Sockeye Designs ($10.00+)

Still not sure you’ve found the perfect gift for the Janeite on your list this season? Why not buy a book instead – They do make the best gifts, after all πŸ˜‰ While Austen may have regrettably only published six novels, there are a plethora of books inspired by the author’s work in a variety of genres that promise to appeal to even the most selective reader this Christmas.

Pride and Prejudice and Zombies by Seth Grahame-Smith (Find it on Amazon!)

Longbourn by Jo Baker (Find it on Amazon!)

A Jane Austen Education: How Six Novels Taught Me About Love, Friendship, and the Things That Really Matter by William Deresiewicz (Find it on Amazon!)

Jane Austen: The World of Her Novels by Deirdre Le Faye (Find it on Amazon!)

As with last week, don’t forget to enter the Stuff Your Stocking giveaway for your chance to win your choice of any two books on my Ultimate Gift Guide 2013! This giveaway is open internationally, the only caveat being that The Book Depository must ship to your country in order for you to qualify. So what are you waiting for? Go enter!

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17 responses to “Stuff Your Stocking! Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen”

  1. Barbs says:

    Those are wonderful ideas!!
    I really want this clutch…and the phone case…and so much more πŸ˜€
    Thank you for hosting this giveaway <3

    • It’s impossible to choose only one – I want them all! πŸ˜‰ If I was forced to choose one favourite, I think it would be a close tie between the iPhone case, which is adorable, and the candle – I desperately want to know what the latter smells like! It’s a shame the store is currently closed for the holidays.

      I’m more than happy to do it, Barbs! It’s the least I can do after the overwhelming support and love Pop! Goes The Reader has gotten over the last seven months πŸ˜€
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  2. These are all excellent gift ideas! How cute is that clutch?!
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  3. Oh, what a fantastic idea for a post! I want ALL THESE THINGS. β™₯ But then again, my car’s name is Fitzwilliam, so there’s a slight possibility I have an unhealthy obsession. But one I am more than willing to feed!

    Seriously, though! That print, that clutch! So lovely. And that phone case makes me wish I had an iPhone. Alas. But I’m certainly enjoying looking at all the pretty things!
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  4. Mandy R says:

    I am kinda bummed that Frostbeard Studio is on vacation for the holidays. I would have so liked to buy a candle or two!

  5. You can never, EVER have to many copies of P&P. Movies or books. Period.

    You’d best believe I have that counting primer for my daughter! Start em young.

    The most memorable gift I remember someone ELSE receiving was my niece, 3 xmas ago. She got a labeling system (at the age of 13) and was OVER THE MOON. Screaming etc. It was amazing!
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  6. Brenna Bast says:

    Considering Pride and Prejudice is one of my very favorite books I am super obsessing over this Christmas/Austen themed post!
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  7. alice-jane says:

    Love, love this list! P&P is one of my favorite books and my favorite Austen novel. The prints that you picked out are really lovely and I think they fit the novel quite well. No one can have too many P&P things, I think! πŸ™‚
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  8. Meg says:

    Want all the things! Too bad that P&P clutch is on the pricier side!

  9. As a major Austen addict, I absolutely loved this post! So many great picks πŸ™‚ From the book side, I’ve read Longbourn and A Jane Austen Education. Both were really great! Longbourn was, in fact, a recent read for me and definitely was a favorite from this year! And I’ve already clicked through to some of the other goodies you included. Not that I need to spend any more money…
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