Luke Sawczak is a freelance writer, editor, translator and recent graduate of the University of Toronto, where he edited the Mississauga campus’ student newspaper. His interests include music, photography, programming and hiking.
When Whit Stillman read Austen’s Lady Susan, he described its epistolary form as “flawed,” and said he saw “another story there.” Borrowing the name of another early Austen work, Love and Friendship, he went ahead and rewrote Susan as a screenplay.
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