A Novel Of Mr. Darcy, Elizabeth Bennet, And Their Forbidden Lovers
On Sale: February 1, 2010
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For readers who've loved Jane Austen's most popular
novel—the inestimable Pride and Prejudice—questions
have always remained. What is the real nature of Darcy's
intense friendship with Charles Bingley, to explain why he
would prevent Bingley's marriage to Elizabeth's beautiful
and virtuous sister Jane? How can Darcy reconcile his own
desire for Elizabeth with his determination to save his
friend from a similar entanglement? What is the disturbing
history behind Darcy's tortured relationship with his foster
brother, George Wickham? And what other intimacies, besides
their cherished friendship, are exchanged between Elizabeth
and Charlotte Lucas?
Ann Herendeen, acclaimed
author of Phyllida and the Brotherhood of Philander,
reimagines this classic love story, focusing on the untold
aspects of Jane Austen's timeless novel.
Pride/Prejudice brings to light all the buried
secrets, potential scandals, and unspoken, forbidden loves
of Austen's story, weaving a tale of intertwined passions,
pride humbled, and ultimately, freedom from prejudice.
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