Jane Austen’s most famous novel, where many subtle shades of pride do battle with countless layers of prejudice.
The Bennett family is in a bit of a jam. Their estate is entailed away from his line, so they will not inherit any of his wealth. All of them will be left without any means of support when his father dies.
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And so the best thing to do is to ensure that at least one of the girls marries well, which means that her mother’s sharp eyes will be looking for a single man who possesses a good fortune. The situation gets even worse when we consider the people involved. For the Bennets aren’t entirely on board with marrying anyone who is thrown at them.
“Pride and Prejudice is Jane Austen’s most famous novel, where many subtle shades of pride do battle with countless layers of prejudice.”
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When Mr Bingley arrives at his new estate, he brings with him some distinguished guests, which throws the whole Bennet family into disarray.
Pride and Prejudice (2015) by Jane AustenDune (2007) By: Glennon Doyle
by The Book Guide® Editors4.6/5 Very good