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Pride and Prejudice
Pride and Prejudice | Austen
Beloved by millions the world over, Pride and Prejudice is delightfully transformed in this bold new manga adaptation. In a remote English village, Mr. and Mrs. Bennet, a not-so-well-to do country squire and his wife, must marry off their five vivacious daughters. At the very center of this all-consuming enterprise are the headstrong second daughter, Elizabeth and her aristocratic suitor Mister Darcy, two lovers in whom pride and prejudice must be overcome before love can bring the story to its magnificent conclusion. All of the joy, heartache, and romance of Jane Austen's original, Pride & Prejudice is perfectly illuminated by the sumptuous art of manga-ka Po Tse, and faithfully adapted by Stacy E. King.
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Kerrbearlib
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I‘ve been posting some dark stuff lately, so here is something more cheerful. ❤️

#JaneAusten #love #romance

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ProsebeforeBros1
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My fourth re-read of this book and it‘s still as magical as the first time💕

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The_Penniless_Author
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#Two4Tuesday @TheSpineView

1. I already mentioned this in the review I wrote yesterday, but definitely the humor.
2. Wickham dies at the Battle of New Orleans. Lydia, who insisted on following his regiment to the States, becomes a serving girl at the Old Absinthe House and has many colorful adventures, embodying the egalitarian spirit of the New World as she casts off the shackles of England's class-based society.

Tags all around!

TheSpineView I like your take on the sequel. Thanks for playing! 2mo
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The_Penniless_Author
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Pickpick

Jane Austen is funny! "Of course she is, you dumdum, tell us something we don't know," is probably what you're thinking, since it's my impression the average Litten has read each Austen novel several hundred times. But this was my maiden voyage, and I wasn't sure what to expect. My previous verdict on 19th-century English novels was that they were something to be endured and appreciated rather than enjoyed, so I can't express how surprised...?

The_Penniless_Author ...and delighted I was to find myself smiling right from the first page. I'm not sure if it's true (I suppose I could Google it), but I have to assume Austen was one of Wodehouse's great inspirations, so gently but perfectly does she poke fun at the manners and pretensions of the middle/upper classes. A fantastic novel. Always nice when reality lives up to expectations! 2mo
paulfrankspencer She has a wonderful sense of sarcasm. It's my favorite aspect of her writing. I'd have to re-read to confirm, but Northanger Abbey is my favorite of hers for all the wonderful sarcasm. 2mo
The_Penniless_Author @paulfrankspencer Agreed. I used the word "gentle" to describe her satirizing, but maybe that was the wrong term. She can be pretty cutting when she wants. 2mo
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The_Penniless_Author
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Pickpick

Jane Austen is funny! "Of course she is, you dumdum, tell us something we don't know," is probably what you're thinking, since it's my impression the average Litten has read each Austen novel several hundred times. But this was my maiden voyage, and I wasn't sure what to expect. My previous verdict on 19th-century English novels was that they were something to be endured and appreciated rather than enjoyed, so I can't express how surprised...?

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rachaich
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Pickpick

Tagged book was my unexpected best read.

Bailed on Dictionary of Lost Words, sadly.

A good month for reading 😊😋😍😘

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TheAromaofBooks
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(This one is not in the system)

I just realized that I'm getting ready to end this lovely month-long journey on a bit of a downer! I probably should have chosen one that I really liked as the grand finale, but since this one had #walk in the title, I went with it lol

So the main reason I didn't like this one was because it makes Colonel Fitzwilliam into the villain!! I've always had a soft spot for him, so I'm never going to jive with versions ⬇

TheAromaofBooks (cont'd) turn him into the villain. While Elizabeth is staying at Rosings, she finds CF to be charming and likable. But when she runs into him while she is out for a walk, she is shocked when he asks her to be his mistress. When she refuses, he assaults and threatens her, telling her that if she doesn't agree when he next finds her, he'll “make the decision for her.“ When E gets back to the parsonage, it's just in time to meet Darcy, on his way ⬇ 2mo
TheAromaofBooks (cont'd) to propose. Finding her shaken and distraught, D pieces together the puzzle and realizes CF is to blame, and helps E by swiftly making arrangements for her to return to the safety of the Gardiner's home in London. Basically, the stage is set for E to realize that not all charmers are actually nice people, and maybe Darcy isn't so bad after all. However, it mostly left me wondering what it was about Darcy that meant both his childhood ⬇ 2mo
TheAromaofBooks (cont'd) best friends (CF and Wickham) somehow were the same slimy person... I'm not confident that I'd give Darcy a clean bill of character based on his other relationships! This wasn't exactly a bad variation, it was just extremely dull after the action-packed first chapter or two. While I understand that E went through an extremely traumatic experience, she really seems like the type of person who would pull herself through rather than ⬇ 2mo
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TheAromaofBooks (cont'd) succumbing to depression and despair. The whole book just had a downer vibe to it. And I feel like titling your book “unpleasant“ when using it to describe the scene of such a dreadful attack feels a bit on the ridiculous side of understatement!

So yes, sorry to end with a downer book, but I have so enjoyed revisiting some of the (many) P&P variations I've read over the years. I may need to set aside some time for another binge soon 😂
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TheAromaofBooks Thank you so much for hosting #200PnPcovers @CrowCAH @mabell 2mo
LeahBergen This has been a fun month and I‘ve heartily enjoyed seeing all your variations. 😊 2mo
mabell Yikes this one does sounds like a downer, but it was too perfect for walk! Thank you so much for posting this month! I looked forward to seeing each new variation every day! I am definitely going to save the titles of a few to read myself! ❤️ 2mo
CrowCAH No worries. I agree, Elizabeth would pick herself up and persevere. You‘re welcome! ☺️ So glad that you joined us! There are MANY retellings out there! 2mo
TheAromaofBooks @LeahBergen @mabell - Thank you!! I just love P&P variations so much so it was a lot of fun to go back through some of them!! 2mo
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The_Penniless_Author
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"We are each of an unsocial, taciturn disposition, unwilling to speak, unless we expect to say something that will amaze the whole room, and be handed down to posterity with all the 'eclat of a proverb."

Why do I feel like Elizabeth is speaking directly to me here? ?

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TheAromaofBooks
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(This one isn't in the system)

On his way to see the new estate that his friend has leased, Darcy is thrown from his horse and knocked unconscious. Someone finds him and takes him to the closest house, and despite the fact that the Bennets have no idea who this man is, they agree to shelter him while he recovers from his head injury. The doctor tells them that it is unknown whether people in this condition are aware of their surroundings, but ⬇

TheAromaofBooks (cont'd) some people believe it is beneficial for patients like this to be talked to as thought they were awake. And so most of this book involves Darcy actually being in a coma, listening to the Bennet household (at this point, a group of strangers he's never met) operating around him. It's an interesting story because Darcy does obviously have a great deal of time for self-reflection, and finds himself reassessing some of his preconceived ideas⬇ 2mo
TheAromaofBooks (cont'd) and beliefs. However, we only ever get Darcy's (third person) POV, so the story feels strangely passive in many ways, since their isn't a lot of action. I think the book would have greatly benefitted from Elizabeth's POV as well, especially since the way the book is written, we only see Darcy changing his views - apparently Elizabeth is already perfect and doesn't need to change anything about herself. To me, one of the great strengths ⬇ 2mo
TheAromaofBooks (cont'd) of the original story is BOTH Darcy and Elizabeth recognizing their shortcomings, so it always low-key annoys me when variations act like Elizabeth is already a perfect goddess rather than a fallible human. Still, this is a unique and entertaining concept and I overall enjoyed it.

#200PnPcovers @CrowCAH @mabell

(I keep forgetting to mention which prompt each book represents! This one is for #sickness )
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CrowCAH I like your review of the books. Definitely helps inform my decision to add it to the TBR or not. You bring up a great point about BOTH E and D changing in the original. I will make sure that happens in my pirate P&P retelling. 2mo
TheAromaofBooks @CrowCAH - Thank you!! Most of these are just “silly“ Kindle Unlimited reads, but I just so thoroughly enjoy going on a P&P binge sometimes - it's actually one of my favorite things to do when I'm in a bit of a reading slump!! 2mo
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Birdsong28
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Bookwormjillk That makes me think of Bridget Jones 2mo
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The_Penniless_Author
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#FirstLineFridays @ShyBookOwl

It is a truth universally acknowledged that a single man in possession of a good fortune must be in want of a wife.

paulfrankspencer Iconic 2mo
The_Penniless_Author @paulfrankspencer Yes! For once that term is accurate 😆 2mo
RaeLovesToRead @paulfrankspencer That made me laugh! 🤣 2mo
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RaeLovesToRead I love Pride & Prejudice 😄💕 2mo
The_Penniless_Author @RaeLovesToRead I'm really enjoying it so far. It doesn't feel like a slog like some 19th-century classics can. It helps that Austen is funny. I don't know whether it's true, but I can't imagine she wasn't one of Wodehouse's influences. 2mo
RaeLovesToRead Yeah agree, Jane Austen is fun to read. Unlike a certain Mr Dickens. 2mo
The_Penniless_Author @RaeLovesToRead Oof, absolutely. I feel bad, because Dickens is a righteous guy, but his writing puts me to sleep. He takes two pages to describe a doorknob. Which I guess is what happens when your books start out as serialized stories where you get paid by the word. 😄 2mo
RaeLovesToRead Hahaha, exactly.. each sentence starts somewhere and then meanders around a bit and you forget where he was going before it ends. After Great Expectations I was like... OK fine have 4 stars, but don't ever make me read it again. 2mo
The_Penniless_Author @RaeLovesToRead We were required to read Great Expectations in 9th grade. All I can say is, it's good that my love of reading was fully developed by then or it probably wouldn't have survived 😵‍💫 2mo
RaeLovesToRead *googles 9th grade* ahh year 10... when I was being forced to read Enduring Love by Ian McEwan. I think you got off lightly 🤣 2mo
The_Penniless_Author @RaeLovesToRead At least yours included a "freak hot-air balloon accident" ?? 2mo
RaeLovesToRead They have emojis for several different kinds of cable car, but no hot air balloon. Disappointing. 2mo
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TheAromaofBooks
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This one isn't in the system - I actually really enjoyed this story that somewhat follows the original, except Elizabeth is writing a novel and is delighted to add what she perceives as idiosyncrasies of her new neighbors into her story. When Darcy insults her, she writes him in as the villain of her tale. But after Lizzy's story is published, she begins to see Darcy in a new light and wonders if her pen was a little too harsh.

My main problem ⬇

TheAromaofBooks (cont'd) with this one is that, at 176pgs, it's too short. Several of the transitions are rough and there was so much potential that's ignored and glossed over. I really wish Lynbrook had taken some time and really fleshed out more of this story, because the concept and characters are so fun.

#200PnPcovers @CrowCAH @mabell
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mabell I love the premise of this! 2mo
CrowCAH This sound like a neat concept! A nice way for Elizabeth to see her errors and perhaps not all villains are all that bad. 2mo
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TheAromaofBooks
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(This one isn't in the system.)

If I've learned one thing from reading P&P variations, it's that the Bennet family should never go anywhere together in a carriage! Thompson ruthlessly kills off the whole family except for Jane and Elizabeth in the first chapter. The new heir of Longbourn shows up, except instead of the Collins we know from the original, it's that Collins's dad, who is, naturally, a super creepy dude. Elizabeth overhears a ⬇

TheAromaofBooks (cont'd) conversation between Collins Sr & Jr wherein they plan to have Jr compromise E so she'll be forced to marry him - because it turns out that she actually is the heiress of tons of #money from a great-aunt somewhere or other! The servants help Elizabeth run away, where she coincidentally runs into Darcy and his sister at an inn. While Thompson does really stretch credulity at this point, it was still ALMOST believable that Darcy would ⬇ (edited) 2mo
TheAromaofBooks (cont'd) hire a total stranger to be his sister's companion, and the story goes from there. The main problem with this book is that there was zero character development, mainly because the good characters are already perfect. My review for this one says - Elizabeth is absolutely perfect – kind, loving, thoughtful, generous, etc. Darcy is also perfect – kind, loving, thoughtful, generous, etc. Georgiana is quietly perfect – kind, loving, ⬇ 2mo
TheAromaofBooks (cont'd) thoughtful, generous, etc. Guess who else is perfect? Jane, Mr. Bingley, the Gardiners, all of the servants at Longbourn, Darcy‘s entire family except for Lady Catherine, a random dressmaker in Lambton, and even Elizabeth‘s horse. The bad people are very villainous, and they don't change, either - they just get punished. So while I did overall enjoy this one, no one felt particularly like a real person.

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CrowCAH Everyone is kind loving thoughtful and generous! Lol yeah, everyone need a a flaw of some sort. 2mo
Clare-Dragonfly Elizabeth and Darcy are both perfect? Sounds like this author didn‘t read, or didn‘t actually like, the original 🙄 2mo
mabell This sounds fun! An adventure, perfect characters, the villains get punished. I‘m on board for this one! 😄 2mo
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TheAromaofBooks
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It seemed liked #love was a good prompt to take a break from all my P&P variations and go with the original! While Sense & Sensibility will always be my favorite Austen, I really do love P&P so much. So many characters and small threads woven together into a story that well deserves its place on the list of all-time classics. Reading variations, even the terrible ones, is a fun thing to do because I love seeing the “butterfly effect“ of different⬇

TheAromaofBooks (cont'd) small (or huge haha) changes, but the original story is always worth a revisit. ❤

#200PnPcovers @CrowCAH @mabell
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peanutnine I love this cover! 💕 2mo
Nouveau Yes, this is a beautiful cover. (edited) 2mo
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TheLudicReader That cover! 🥰 2mo
Gissy Beautiful cover 😍🙌 2mo
CrowCAH Agree. It‘s amazing how we affect others and in return we affect their lives. 2mo
mabell Perfect choice ❤️ 2mo
TheAromaofBooks @peanutnine @Nouveau @TheLudicReader @Gissy - This is the Chiltern edition and it's soooo perfect!! It's just a lovely size and feels so nice when you're reading it... gilt edges and a ribbon bookmark, too!! 2mo
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rachaich
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Oh my, I laughed, I grimaced and I contemplated society and marriage.
Such a refreshing change from my usual choices, I'm definitely going to re read others!

emz711 Persuasion is my favorite of you haven't read it yet! 2mo
TheNeverendingTBR Currently reading 😊 2mo
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StayCurious
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#200PnPcovers @CrowCAH @mabell When I think of a woman in #hysterics I think of Mrs.Bennet, and the fact that Mr.Bennet must roll his eyes #hundreds of times a day…

CrowCAH I like your double entry!!! 😉 2mo
mabell Nice job! 👏👏👏 2mo
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The_Penniless_Author
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Thanks for the #Two4Tuesday tags, @TheSpineView and @RaeLovesToRead

1. Yes, but not as many as I used to. I guess I read a lot of books that you could say are borderline classics, or underappreciated or "future classics", but as far as the agreed upon ones that kids have been reading in school for generations, rarely.
2. I've owned Pride and Prejudice for like 10 years and keep forgetting I have it, so that would be #1 on my list.

TheSpineView Thanks for playing! 2mo
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julesG
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🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

Yes, I'd love to connect with this author.

#NetGalley #ARC #MountARC

Soubhiville 🤣🤣 3mo
batsy This might be a séance I can get behind 😆 3mo
Tamra 👻 3mo
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Susanita That would be a good trick! 3mo
squirrelbrain Lol! 🤣 3mo
Megabooks Séances?? ??? 3mo
Tera66 🔮🧙 3mo
CarolynM Maybe Netgally has someone who's good with a ouija board🤣 3mo
ponyflorist Necromansfield?? I'll just park this pun right here.. 🤪 3mo
julesG @ponyflorist 🤣🤣 3mo
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TheSpineView
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Eggs The mother of all love stories… (edited) 3mo
TheSpineView @EadieB Just running a little behind today! 😉 3mo
EadieB @TheSpineView I was just wondering! lol 3mo
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Ast_Arslan
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peanutnine Oh I love these! 💕 3mo
Eggs ♥️🌹♥️ 3mo
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ahomelibrary
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Pickpick

Happy book birthday to Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen, one of my all time favorites and a 5 star classic read in my humble opinion! I really love everything about this novel — it encapsulates Austen‘s witty, clever and erudite writing AND pokes fun at social dynamics of over 100+ years ago. Yet, we still find this story relevant and poignant today. Truly a timeless classic that sparks so much enjoyment in its media + inspired art etc.

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Sharv_Sona
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Pickpick

This was such an immaculate book! I can say that out of all the classics I‘ve read (and I‘ve read quite a lot of classics) this book is in my top 5! This book was a lovely mix of comedy and romance, I would totally recommend this to anyone and everyone! ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

And now, since I‘ve finished all my homework, it‘s...
TIME TO WATCH THE MOVIE ADAPTATION!
(Hope it doesn‘t disappoint🤞)

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Sharv_Sona

No excellence in music is to be acquired, without constant practice.

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Sharv_Sona

Those who never complain are never pitied.

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Sharv_Sona
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Of course. I will be reading the classic enemies to lovers! I‘ve recently pursued an interest in classical literature, and it has not disappointed me. I‘m finally starting this book, and then hope to watch to movie later! I do so hope that that the movie is well portrayed and not like some of the other movie portrayals of books. Excited!

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These Classics , They never hesitate to surprise the readers with their content.

Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Welcome to Litsy!! 4mo
Mr.Mike-a-Muggle @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Thanks for the warm welcome ☺️ but I would like to know ,How to join these public groups and Tbr's?; Cause this is what I need the most rn. 4mo
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks @Mr.Mike-a-Muggle I‘m just seeing this 😵‍💫 are you following @LitsyEvents 3w
Mr.Mike-a-Muggle @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks yes but not before seeing your text . 3w
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Teresereading
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Couldn't resist this. P&P in 13 words. Gorgeous illustrations.
Wonder what War and Peace is like?

#PemberLittens

Smrloomis It‘s great! 😊 I love these versions so much! 4mo
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Seekingtardis
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Not me watching Pride and Prejudice for the 100 millionth time, because yay it‘s on HBO Max now!!

Leftcoastzen 😀👏 6mo
Lynnsoprano 👍❤️❤️ 6mo
ravenlee It is a truth universally acknowledged that there is never a wrong time to watch Pride and Prejudice. 6mo
Seekingtardis @ravenlee 🥰🥰🥰😂😂😂 you are not wrong!!!! 6mo
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Astroneman
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Ruthiella Excellent strategy! 👍 7mo
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Amoon
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Trying to be more literary, I listened to this book on a solo car trip. In the beginning I wondered when something would happen, but it just got better and better. Pretty much crazy Mrs.Bennett connives in any way she can to marry off her daughters. Incredible character descriptions, we know them all and their behaviors are not always “suitable”. Found myself laughing out loud several times at Austin‘s sharp sarcasm.

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nanuska_153
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Pride and prejudice memes always crack me up 😂😂😂

Pemberley 😂😂😂 7mo
truthinfiction This made me laugh out loud. 3mo
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ravenlee
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Well, if I‘m going to be a villain, at least I‘m a proper one!

https://bookriot.com/jane-austen-villain-quiz

#PemberLittens

slategreyskies This is who I got too! 🤣 7mo
Clare-Dragonfly Aw man. I got Caroline Bingley. I‘d much rather be Lady Catherine! 7mo
rabbitprincess Ahahahaha I got Mr Wickham!! 🤣🤣🤣 No idea how THAT one came about! 7mo
La_Cori I got Willoughby 🤦‍♀️🤣🤣 7mo
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Cathyloves2read
Pickpick

I‘m so glad that I read this classic! It was a little hard to get through due to the speaking style, but I managed. I loved that the female protagonist was such a strong woman, considering the times. The events that took place in this story really gave meaning to the title. If you haven‘t already read this book, I recommend it.

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Ast_Arslan
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@Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks
@Eggs
#FallTreasures

Day 18 - #19thCentury

I loved the book and the movie too ❤❤

Eggs Me too❤️❤️❤️ 8mo
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Teresereading
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Day 4 #Slowburn P&P is the epitome.
And I get to show off my rhododendron which burst into bloom after one very sunny day
#FallTreasures
@Eggs @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks

Eggs Gorgeous 🌺 9mo
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Chrissyreadit
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One more post of my amazing bday gift from @Nan2 who hosted my super fun birthday weekend including hiking at Watkins Glen and visiting a Wolf Sanctuary! One of my favorite birthdays ever! And yes this edition of P&P is STUNNING!

BethM Happy belated birthday!! 9mo
Chrissyreadit @BethM thank you! 9mo
Nan2 So much fun!!! I love Club 50!! 8mo
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Angelwendymama
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I did it!!! Read-a-thon complete! I managed to read 24 hours total in the last 72 hours! My timer shows 24 hours, 23 minutes, and 30 seconds. I'm very proud of myself!
I've had retina reattachment surgery 5 years ago and cataract surgery in both eyes a few years ago and I'm very blessed to be able to see!! ❤️ I took breaks from my reading every half hour to hour.

#mbcreadathon
#mbcbookfrogsreadathon13

elyseh Entered! 9mo
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Angelwendymama
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I enjoy music while I read.
#mbcreadathon
#mbcbookfrogsreadathon12

kellyann28 Entered 9mo
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Angelwendymama
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In the Monthly Book Club Read-a-thon, I've read 18 hrs and 36 minutes so far.
#mbcreadathon
#mbcbookfrogsreadathon11

kellyann28 Entered 9mo
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mcolleran2020
Pickpick

Id rate this one a 3.5/5 I loved it. But def took a while to get through. First book I read on my reading binge

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To walk three miles, or four miles, or five miles, or whatever it is, above her ankles in dirt, and alone, quite alone! What could she mean by it? It seems to me to she's an abominable sort of conceited independence, a most country-town indifference to decorum.

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Mangelli
Mehso-so

Very well written, but just not my kind of story.

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#Movie2BookRecs #kieraknightly 17. I read Pride and Prejudice for the first time last year with the #pemberlittens group and it was great, so this was an obvious choice.

Klou Great book and movie! 10mo
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marylouville
Pickpick

Great.

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TheSpineView
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#QuotsyJul21 @TK-421
Prompt: Vanity

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annamatopoetry
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It's twitter that delivers this time. What should I call these - #janeaustenmemes? any suggestions?
#pemberlittens

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Ast_Arslan
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1. Mr Darcy ❣❣❣❣
2. Both, but mostly I would like to visit the '70s 🤣

Thanks @Eggs and @Mavey for the tag ❤❤

#Two4Tuesday @TheSpineView

TheSpineView I lived the 70s. Nothing exciting about it that I recall. However I was very young. Thanks for playing! 12mo
Ast_Arslan @TheSpineView ahahahah I always wonder how it would have been a teen in London during the punk scene 😂 12mo
TheSpineView @Ast_Arslan Awww... no clue!🤣🤣🤣 12mo
Eggs @Ast_Arslan 😊🥳🥰 12mo
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MaJoRomeroDLV
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I love this book.

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Texreader
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Pride and Puzzlement

erzascarletbookgasm 😁👍 12mo
OriginalCyn620 Love it! 😊 12mo
LauraBrook Whoa, that‘s beautiful! 😍 12mo
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annamatopoetry
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tumblr delivers, part 4 #pemberlittens

bookandbedandtea 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 12mo
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