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A Simpleton's Guide To 'Pride and Prejudice'

Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice! What a great little infographic to get young people interested in reading Pride and Prejudice

(TT^TT)I should be a shame to admit this, but this is how I feel when I watch animes, or other animations,

Basically how I feel about so many fictional men.Will Herondale and Peeta to name a few!

of course i want to read them, especially since you told me i couldn't

I love reading banned books. The books that make people mad are the books that make the best points. FTFY: 40 Banned Books You Should Read Now!

A clear infographic on "Pride and Prejudice"  Also by Tweetspeak Poetry, check these Pride & Prejudice poems, etc. (we surmise)  A Red, Red Rose. Robert Burns  Tintern Abbey. William Wordsworth  Sonnet 116. William Shakespeare  The Faerie Queene, Dedicatory Sonnets. Edmund Spenser  The Flea. John Donne  The Rape of the Lock. Alexander Pope  A Modest Proposal. Jonathan Swift

The next issue of The Write Life Mag is the Jane Austen issue! Here's a Guide to Pride and Prejudice [Infographic]

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Awesome GoodReads infographic about when and why readers abandon books.


Chatsworth House, the original inspiration for Pemberley in Jane Austen's novel "Pride and Prejudice." It was used for the exterior scenes for Joe Wright's 2005 film version of "Pride and Prejudice.

Favorite book quotes surely you must have known

Pride and Prejudice.this line always makes my heart skip its little beat.The second best quote from the movie.

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First of all, all books which take place in a different world should have a map. Maps make everything cooler. But a map set up like this… perfection.

Pride and Prejudice: Illustrated in (Very) Brief Edition! By Jen Sorensen. Amusing, including the rather un-Austen-like dialogue: "That arrogant jerk"!

'Pride And Prejudice' Turns 200: A Cartoon Celebration