Pride and Prejudice
Pride and Prejudice (Classic Lines)
It is a truth all around recognized that Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice is one of the best-adored books ever – and today, it’s more mainstream than any other time in recent memory. At the point when the well off and exceptionally qualified lone ranger Charles Bingley buys a bequest in the Bennets’ residential community, he and the excellent Jane instantly experience passionate feelings for. Be that as it may, Bingley’s presumptuous companion Darcy similarly as fast estranges Lizzy when she catches him talking pompously of her. These early introductions have enduring repercussions for Jane, Elizabeth, and their entire family. Rich in mind and shrewdness, silliness and humankind, Pride and Prejudice takes a testing, engaging take a gander at the way of affection, cash, and influence in Georgian England.