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Review: Pride and Prejudice

*Originally published 2016/02/18

When it comes to Pride and Prejudice I have read the original novel, read some retellings and sequels based on P&P, watched the black and white film to BBC’s mini-series to the Keira Knightly version, and I have seen Hollywood and Bollywood films based on the P&P premise. 571 more words

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I'm Like A Bird

Birds are linked in all world mythologies to birth, death, freedom and rejuvenation–making them the perfect symbol of spring. Giving whimsy its way, here are the characters of  378 more words

Pride and Prejudice, is, let’s face it, a classic. I mean, dissertations have been written about this beloved book. What more could I possibly have to add? 168 more words

Liza

An Academic Comparison on Pride & Prejudice and Bridget Jones' Diary

Societal Expectations: A Comparative Analysis of Pride and Prejudice and Bridget Jones’ Diary

“It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a single man in possession of a good fortune, must be in want of a wife.” (Austen 5) 1,541 more words

Love

Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, Dawn of the Dreadfuls

Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, Dawn of the Dreadfuls  by Steve Hockensmith

The title says it all, a book set in the time of the much lauded Bennet family, but one where vicious zombies (is there any other kind?) have returned to cultured England after a previous war to exterminate them failed. 540 more words

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Pride and Prejudice - a review

“It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a single man in possession of a good fortune, must be in want of a wife.” is also universally known by all bookworms, theatre attendees and anyone who has sat in an A level classroom to be the opening line of Jane Austen’s beloved Pride and Prejudice. 654 more words

Wales

A peek under Lizzy Bennet's muslin gown

Some weeks ago I posted a piece entitled “Getting into Mr Darcy’s pants,” about the underwear a Regency gentleman would have worn under his fashionable clothing. 836 more words