Wednesday, January 02, 2008

Andrew Davies on Sense And Sensibility

In The Times, Rosie Millard talks to Andrew Davies about his new adaptation of Jane Austen's Sense And Sensibility which started on BBC One last night.
“I think Jane Austen should have written another draft of Sense and Sensibility. There are quite a few odd little things in it, and I think she published it before she needed to. She left all sorts of 18th-century stuff in it, which shouldn’t be in there. And left lots of things out. So I thought, ‘Let’s put these things in’.”

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