Pride & Prejudice

16 Sep 2005127 minMovie

A story of love and life among the landed English gentry during the Georgian era. Mr. Bennet is a gentleman living in Hertfordshire with his overbearing wife and five daughters, but if he dies their house will be inherited by a distant cousin whom they have never met, so the family's future happiness and security is dependent on the daughters making good marriages.

Interesting fact about the novel - It was originally titled First Impressions, and was written between October 1796 and August 1797. Austen made significant revisions to the manuscript for First Impressions between 1811 and 1812. She then renamed the story Pride and Prejudice around 1811/1812.

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Jane Austen Novels

Below are links to the Kindle versions of Jane Austen’s Novels
Sense and Sensibility (1811)
Pride and Prejudice (1813)
Mansfield Park (1814)
Emma (1816)
Persuasion (1818)
Northanger Abbey (1818)
Sanditon (unfinished)
Love and Friendships (1871)
The Complete Works

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  1. Lydia – Period Drama Hub

    This adaptation of Pride & Prejudice was great, really great but my favorite still is the 1995 mini-series version.

    5.0 rating

    This adaptation of Pride & Prejudice was great, really great but my favorite still is the 1995 mini-series version.

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