Literary Tattoos: Jane Austen
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This particular post is going to showcase Jane Austen inspired tattoos! I’m excited about this one and hope you all enjoy it as well!
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I adore Austen’s books and think they’re truly good classics that I highly recommend you read. My particular favorite is Pride and Prejudice, which might be cliche but hey, it’s a great book.
A lot of these tattoos are from that particular book and I looked through quite a few, so that tells me other people would agree with how well the book is generally received.
Here are some of the best/most creative Jane Austen tattoos I found to showcase. Enjoy the post!
This is of course from Pride and Prejudice – it’s something Mr. Darcy says to Elizabeth.
“I love you. Most ardently.”
This is something Lady Catherine says to Elizabeth, also in Pride and Prejudice.
“Obstinate, headstrong girl! I am ashamed of you!”
While this is also from Pride and Prejudice, it isn’t from the original book – it’s a quote from the 2005 movie adaptation starring Kiera Knightly.
Mr. Darcy: “And, of course, she must improve her mind by extensive reading.”
Lizzie: “I’m no longer surprised at your knowing only six accomplished women. I rather wonder now at your knowing any.”
Mr. Darcy: “Are you so severe on your own sex?”
Lizzie: “I never saw such a woman. She would certainly be a fearsome thing to behold.”
You really can’t go wrong with just a flat out portrait type tattoo of the author herself! This design is absolutely gorgeous, in my opinion.
I honestly should’ve just titled this post “Pride and Prejudice” tattoos at this point. This is a quote from Miss Caroline Bingley.
This is literally one of the best literary tattoos I’ve seen done thus far. I absolutely adore this piece and how it was done – it’s just so lovely!♥
A very touching, albeit tragic, line from Jane’s book Persuasion. Here’s a piece of the excerpt:
“I can listen no longer in silence. I must speak to you by such means as are within my reach. You pierce my soul. I am half agony, half hope. Tell me not that I am too late, that such precious feelings are gone for ever. I offer myself to you again with a heart even more your own than when you almost broke it, eight years and a half ago.”
And to top it all off – an overall ode to several Austen pieces. A truly unique piece of artwork, if I say so myself.
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Are you a fan of Jane Austen? If so, what books of hers have you read or which is your favorite? I’d really love to know! 🙂 x