Pride and prejudice – Jane Austen

“It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a single man in possession of a good fortune, must be in want of a wife.” This much-loved nineteenth century battle of the sexes is largely seen through the eyes of second daughter Elizabeth, who possesses a razor-sharp wit and rich sense of humor–and who finds herself hindered by her silly mother, her sister Jane’s hopeless love for the wealthy Mr. Bingley, and her sister Lydia’s penchant for scandal… not to mention the high-born, formidable, and outrageously proud Mr. Darcy.

Dresden Doll

One Response to “Pride and prejudice – Jane Austen”

  1. JESS Says:

    I think the story generally is very engaging, although there are some chapters that are boring. The way Elizabeth viewed Mr Darcy, and the way Mr Darcy’s feelings for Elizabeth progressed is very intereting. I rate it 7/10.


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