|Paperback 2009, 1st Edition||R 71||In Stock.|
|Paperback 2013||R 160||In Stock.|
|Paperback||R 219||In Stock.|
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'It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a single man in possession of a good fortune, must be in want of a wife.'
Austen's best-loved tale of love, marriage and society in class-conscious Georgian England still delights modern readers today with its comedy and characters. It follows the feisty, quick-witted Elizabeth Bennet as her parents seek to ensure good marriages for her and her sisters in order to secure their future. The protagonists Darcy and Elizabeth learn much about themselves and those around them and Austen's expertly crafted comedy characters of Mrs Bennet and Mr Collins demonstrate her great artistry as a writer.
|Title:||Pride And Prejudice||Publisher:||IBD|
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Read this 127 page classic novel in one day... Jane Austen has really dig deep into human psychology & complexity of human relationship. Elizabeth Bennet & Mr Darcy's character are compelling.
It is really nice to stop by and write a short review about this favorite classic Pride and Prejudice. As is with many others in the world, Jane Austen is one of my favorite authors and though this book was written almost 180 years ago, it still has so many fans all around the globe. In this book, the protagonist Elizabeth Bennett is a witty and smart young daughter of an English gentleman. The plot revolves around Elizabeth and Darcy, and the book effortlessly describes Darcy's pride about his social status contrary to the prejudice displayed by Elizabeth against his arrogant behavior. You will surely love the portrayal of other characters in the book like Charles Bingley, Mr. Wickham and the other Bennet girls Jane, Mary, Kitty, and also Lydia. The novel has a happy ending when Elizabeth accepts his love and overrides her prejudice against Darcy and their love finally culminates into a marriage. Also, Jane gets married to Mr. Bingley and Lydia gets married to Mr. Wickham. As a classic, it will surely be liked be readers of all generations and ages, especially young adults. It's surely a classic and brilliant literary work and should be picked up for its brilliant literary merit.