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“They don’t remember the content, it is lots of parties and gossip and romance, and think it is like the Bible.
"You have to make contact with people's lives." In many ways, virtual reality is the perfect vehicle for dance.
Viewers experience a simulated world with their whole bodies, and can make choices about where they want to watch.
It is a truth universally acknowledged, that if a writer makes reference to Jane Austen in her works, she could likely incur what we’re calling “the wrath of the Janeites.” Or, at least, that’s some of what author Curtis Sittenfeld has experienced since the release of her novel “Eligible,” which is a modern retelling of Austen’s most famous book “Pride and Prejudice.” “You have to have a pretty thick skin,” Sittenfeld told host Don Marsh. That translates as some people thinking: ‘Any derivation of her stories, I would love to read …
any fan fiction, anything that’s inspired by Austen, I love.’ That can also translate into people thinking: ‘Those novels should not be touched, they should be left alone.’” Interestingly enough, the Janeites haven’t been Sittenfeld’s biggest source of criticism for the now-best-selling novel: “The kind of person who is most resistant to ‘Eligible,’ my suspicion, is someone who hasn’t read ‘Pride and Prejudice’ for 40 years and thinks they remember but they actually don’t,” Sittenfeld said.
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