Pride and Prejudice - Jane Austen - Jane Austen

Pride and Prejudice

Pride and Prejudice - Jane Austen Book Score: 4.5 0 5
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Pride and Prejudice Book Summary

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.



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Pride and Prejudice - Jane Austen Book Reviews

  • Great classic (jerry4rosaka)

    Appreciating this book the older I get
  • Good reads (lady bird 10)

    This book is very good very good
  • Pride and prejudice (abby cat rainbow)

    The best book ever made in history!!!!!!
  • Pride and Prejudice (Doris'iphone)

    Great book.
  • beyond incredible!!! (markie.annn)

    My I start by saying only recently have i aquired a true taste for reading. Upon starting pride and prejudice i was nearly sure i’d bitten off more than I could chew… but the further i read, the less i hoped it to end. Absolutely beautifuly writen, and will leave you biting at your nails-just as mine have suffered. As it has aged there apears to be (at least in my opinion) a sarcastic tone in many a charecter loved, something i believe actually adds to the relatibility of such a strong work. Officially on my top 10 list. If you have trouble with the dialog i’d suggest to listen while you read, you can find free audio on youtube.
  • Book lover (b7lew)

    Nothing bad to say, I read this book at least once a year.
  • Concentration! (grubxjfv gyujbx)

    It took a lot of concentration to read the old style writing, but it was worth it! It was exciting to be able to catch the subtle nuances.
  • Delightful (Lesser Steve)

    The writing and characterization are delicious. I especially love the dry wit of Mr. Bennet and hilarious flattery and naked social parasitism of Mr. Collins. Bennet joking about how fond he is of Wickham: “He is as fine a fellow as I ever saw. He simpers and smirks and makes love to us all. I am prodigiously proud of him.” Delightful. I reread many passages several times just to savor such writing, as well as frank mockery of Mr. Collins, Lady Catherine and other worthies.
  • My favorite book!! (mr. meaties)

    I love it so much! It never gets old.
  • Above excellent (Nikki Mae J)

    This is my most favorite book. I read it several times a year

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