Jane Austen - Pride & Prejudice

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It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a single man in possession of a good fortune, must be in want of a wife. So opens this famous novel which has become Jane Austen's best loved and best known work. It was in this book that all Jane Austen's talents combined to create not only the most wonderful love story, but dialogue that sparkles with wit and irony, an ingenious and compelling plot and some of the most unforgettable characters ever created.

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1) Mr. Bingley Comes to Netherfield Park
2) Mr. Bennet Makes a Disclosure
3) The Lucas Family at Meryton
4) Letters from Netherfield Park
5) Elizabeth at Netherfield
6) A Visitor to Longbourn - Mr. Collins
7) At Meryton Two Officers Mr. Denny and Mr. Wickham
8) Elizabeth Enters the Drawing-Room
9) Mr. Collins Makes His Declaration
10) Charlotte Takes the Place of Elizabeth
11) Mr. And Mrs. Gardiner Arrive at Longbourn
12) Elizabeth Travels with Sir William to the Gardiner's in London
13) The Journey to Mr. Collins at Hunsford
14) A Conversation About Music
15) Elizabeth Receives a Visit from Mr. Darcy
16) Another Visit
17) A Long Letter of Explanation
18) Elizabeth Reveals All to Jane
19) Elizabeth Arrives at Pemberley
20) Letters from Jane
21) Return to Longbourn
22) Lydia Reveals a Secret and Elizabeth Learns All
23) Mr. Darcy Returns to Hertfordshire
24) Jane and Mr. Bingley in Deep Conversation
25) A Surprise Visit from Lady Catherine de Bourgh
26) Mr. Darcy Again
27) Sisterly Approval
28) Mrs. Bingley Gets Rid of Her Two Most Deserving Daughters

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