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Pride and Prejudice

Jane Austen began the book “Pride and Prejudice”, originally titled First Impressions at the age of 20 years. She was born in December 16th on 1775 in Hampshire England anddies at the age of 42. Pride and Prejudice is a romantic novel that involves two main characters Elizabeth Bennet and Fitzwilliam Darcy. Given here is a short summary of the famous novel. It is a fineblend of romance, with some very dramatic situations, and succeeds in making people believe that such a love story is possible. This novel is a personal favorite of the author herself.

Pride andPrejudice is the story of Mr. and Mrs. Bennet and their five daughters, Jane, Elizabeth, Mary, Catherine and Lydia, especially Elizabeth. The story focuses on various romantic adventures these young girlsencounter at their residence. Their parents are strikingly contrasting to each other. Mr. Bennet comes across as a wise and witty gentleman, while the issue of marrying off her daughters has absorbedMrs. Bennet completely. The arrival of the young and wealthy bachelor Charles Bingley and his friend Fitzwilliam Darcy in the neighborhood adds a new twist to Austen's tale.  While Jane Bennet, theoldest and most beautiful of the Bennet sisters, attracts Mr. Bingley, Darcy upsets another sister, Elizabeth, with his proud behavior and arrogance. She is now looking for every opportunity to demeanDarcy and see him down. However, as fate would have it, Darcy finds himself drawn to Elizabeth’s liveliness and independent spirit, when she comes to visit Jane at Netherlands, Bingley’s residencebecause of a brief cold that Jane has caught a night before. This doesn’t set well with Bingley’s sister, Caroline, and her jealousy becomes quite apparent. In the mean time, Elizabeth meets a young andcharming military officer, George Wickham who tells Elizabeth about his past mistreatments at the hands of Darcy. This grows Elizabeth’s disdain for Darcy. As the story progresses, even Elizabeth...
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