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Pride and prejudice is the story about a family that lives in the 18th - 19th century. It's about five unmarried daughters Jane, Elizabeth, Mary, Lydia and Kitty and their life looking for someone to marry them. When suddenly a rich family comes living in the neighbourhood, everybody gets excited and wants to meet them. At the ball they get to meet Mr.
Bingley, the two men who moved to the neighbourhood. At first sight Mr. Darcy seems like a selfish, proud and arrogant man who do Pride and prejudice is the story about a family that lives in the 18th - 19th century. Darcy seems like a selfish, proud and arrogant man who doesn't like the people from the village. But once Elizabeth starts to know him better, she sees that behind that proud, disrespectful man, a charming handsome landlord is hiding.
Bingley on the other hand seems like a very nice and attractive man who falls in love with Jane from the moment he meets her. The story tells us about the life in that century, their feelings of shame they have to each other and about their expectations in life. It's a story filled with love, romance, lies and social classes. The book is written in a good readable, clear writing. The chapters are divided in almost finished parts, every part is about something different, so one chapter doesn't overflow in the next one.
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But the book does make one whole. I would recommend this book because it is an interesting story and I could read it over and over again. But I wouldn't recommend it to everybody, only to the people who are already a bit experienced in English reading.
I also wouldn't recommend it to the persons who love action in the books they read, because it doesn't involve much action. I really liked and enjoyed reading the book very much. My only regret was not buying the original one, as I wanted to read more of the story. Nonetheless, it was beautifully written and I would gladly read it again without a doubt. Mar 09, Raghdah AJ rated it it was amazing. I have watched the movie that Kiera knightly acted in and i didn't know the story before that.
I really wished that i could read the original copy and know all the vocabulary in it , but this edition is really helpful and I learned some new vocabulary. Overall, I truly loved it and i would read it again and never get bored. Jane Austin writing gives you the opportunity to imagine , for instance when she described how Mr.
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Darcy confessed his love to Elizabeth when you read her description you I have watched the movie that Kiera knightly acted in and i didn't know the story before that. Darcy confessed his love to Elizabeth when you read her description you just can't help but imagine that this situation is in front of you. You will not regret reading this book , you'll learn about the social life of the english people back in the day and you'll definitely learn some new vocabulary.
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Nov 16, Pina rated it it was amazing. Now I want to read the original version. I absolutely loved this story. How hard it has to be to beat one's pride to accept they were wrong? How hard can one regret their behaviour against other because of prejudice? What all it takes for one to cause all above? Pride and Prejudice is one of the classic books that stayed highly popular throughout centuries. It was written by well known English writer, Jane Austen. In this novel she perfectly described the flaws of prejudicing. The Bennet's girls are all well grown and pretty as a picture, though some might not be as How hard it has to be to beat one's pride to accept they were wrong?
The Bennet's girls are all well grown and pretty as a picture, though some might not be as bright, and everyone is expecting them to marry some handsome and important man. The story starts when Mr. Bingley rents a house in Bennets' neighbourhood. He brings his quiet and dogmatic friend, Mr.