Pride and Prejudice - Jane Austen

Pride and Prejudice

By Jane Austen

  • Release Date: 2010-10-04
  • Genre: Fiction & Literature
  • Size: 327.26 KB
Score: 4.5
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Description

Adversaries at first in the endless rounds of balls, parties and social gatherings, they soon develop a grudging respect for one another that blossoms into romance when each comes to appreciate the tender feelings that course beneath the veneer of their propriety and reserve.

Reviews

  • More enjoyable every time I read it

    5
    By Sound of Kookaburras
    A little bit of history, a little bit of vocabulary, wonderful characters with so much realism. Knowing the endings simply makes the journey to get there more pleasurable. I recently watched the Keira Knightley film (awful) and again watched the Colin Firth tv series (so true to the book), so I thought it was time I read the book again. Whilst reading I found a treatise online regarding transport in Jane Austen’s time, which added to my enjoyment and knowledge. I understood what a phaeton was, and a chaise and a postillion.
  • So good love it

    4
    By Bird boys
    Such a drama and scary
  • MarlieH

    5
    By Mine38
    Absolutely love this book and read it quite often.
  • Beautiful book

    5
    By (TATA2011)
    The romanticism in Jane Austen's art of writing makes me believe that should the characters be dull, I would still madly love it for the way in which she writes so beautifully.
  • P&P

    5
    By Knowle's Creek
    I read it every year at Xmas then watch the mini series. Never fails to make me happy and wish that I might be another Mr Collins.
  • I'm laughing so hard

    4
    By Someone who didn't read it
    I noticed this was trending and remembered it being mentioned in a book about a guy who was failing his English exam because he had to read this book. He never finished it though. Poor Mikey.
  • A Classic

    5
    By TasminaBobina
    A timeless tale that is thoroughly engaging and enjoyable to read!
  • Pride and prejudice

    5
    By dm699
    Read this 3 decades ago….and now again. very soon after watching “bride and Prejudice” on WIN TV..Really enjoyed the book.
  • Still relevant

    5
    By Bill1927
    a great lesson for us all.
  • Pride and prejudice - a must read

    5
    By Cshazzy
    By far the best of the classics I have ever read. I never tire of the characters and enjoy reading it time and again.

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