Pride And Prejudice (Macmillan Readers)

Pride And Prejudice Macmillan Readers From The Greatest Books Ever Written Collector s Edition Bound in genuine leather w gilt edges Illustrations by C E and H M Brock From the book This book is printed on archival quality paper espe

  • Title: Pride And Prejudice (Macmillan Readers)
  • Author: Margaret Tarner Jane Austen
  • ISBN: 9781405073011
  • Page: 401
  • Format: Paperback
  • From The 100 Greatest Books Ever Written, Collector s Edition Bound in genuine leather w gilt edges Illustrations by C.E and H.M Brock From the book This book is printed on archival quality paper especially milled for this edition It is acid neutral and conforms to all guidelines established for permanence and durability by the Council of Library Resources and the AFrom The 100 Greatest Books Ever Written, Collector s Edition Bound in genuine leather w gilt edges Illustrations by C.E and H.M Brock From the book This book is printed on archival quality paper especially milled for this edition It is acid neutral and conforms to all guidelines established for permanence and durability by the Council of Library Resources and the American National Standards Institute The copyright is 1996 by The Easton Press MBI, Inc

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    • booksandcarbs says:

      Annual re-read. My dear old friend! Five stars every time.

    • R.S. Costa says:

      I've read this for school and hated it. I have read pride and prejudice before. Twice. In two different Languages. And I love this book. That's probably why this was so painful for me to go through, because this is an adaptation that completely removes Austen's writing style. That's sad because it's a wonderful one, poetic and nearly hypnotic. Here, is just plain style that tries to be the most direct as it can, and this causes a loss on the essence of the story. The original though told in 3rd [...]

    • Hanna says:

      Okay, this book is just a big complicated love triangle. Mrs. Bennet has five daughters and one big problem (for her). A rich (and handsome) man named Mr. Bingley moves into the neighborhood. He's single, so Mrs. Bennet marked him down as a good candidate for the girls.Mr. Darcy is a friend of Mr. Bingley's, also single. But Mr. Darcy is a total snob. Then comes in Wickham, who is another single man. He isn't as rich, but he is a seemingly perfect gentleman. Later, Wickham isn't what the people [...]

    • Karen says:

      Everyone knows the story of Pride and Prejudice so no need to define the plot. It was my introduction to the romance genre. The perfect place to begin my "late in life" obsessive love affair with romance novels. P&P lead me to Elizabeth Gaskill's North & South and then to Laura Kinsales's Flowers From The Storm. Soon The Bridgertons, The Rockliff Series, and so many more.My only regret is that at 58 I discovered that the when I was reading The Golem & The Gini or The Snow Child or Th [...]

    • Takuya Kitaura says:

      -Macmillian level 5-Time 1/12 40min 1/13 45min-7 word summary past-England-culture-men-pride-not-equalDiscussion questionIn this story, some sisters tried to get married good men. However itwas not easy to do. If there is equlity, they can get married to someone freely beyond the gap.Q. Now we should have equality for all things. If you do not have equality, could you make an objection not to discriminate?A. I could do. Nowadays, it is normal for us to have eqality. However, it is not normal for [...]

    • Ryan Thompson says:

      When I read this book, what I really was expecting was a book that was going to be boring and drag on forever. But I really didn't see that in this book, in fact I really was looking forward to being able to read it. Many of the things that she describes in the book can still apply to today, even though they were written about a different period. My main problem is that I didn't personally feel like I got to much insight on most of the characters, but that could partially be based on me not bein [...]

    • Ippei says:

      -MACMILLAN;MACMILLAN READERS;level 5.-Time 9/24=80 minutes -7-word summary: family - gossip - manners opinion - character - proud - daughter.-Discussion questions:1 Have you ever conceived a prejudice against anybody?-Of course I have. I think this feeling is terrible and unworthy. When I see mischievous boys, I hate to approach them and talk to them. However, probably, they may be nice guys.2 How do you feel when your friends show off the test of good score?-I feel bad. This is because I think [...]

    • Valerie says:

      This is by-far my favorite book of all times it is a classic love story while it simultaneously tells of the hardships of being a woman in the 1800`s. This tale is full of relateble characters and bigger than life romances we can only dream about. As a classic it is still so relatable to a modern woman which con only attest to the fact that Jayne Austen is one of the most timeless writers of all time!

    • Elizabeth says:

      This classic is worth the read but I recommend reading it when you have no distractions. The dialogue and speech patterns are so foreign to the way we speak today, it takes time to get used to this and enjoy the story.

    • Vanhai says:

      This is so great! Love this story so much ♥♥♥

    • Jan Klaile says:

      I remember our entire class was enchanted by this book in High School! It made a great mark on me.

    • Akhsassi Mouhamed says:

      i like it so much i can't describe how much i enjoy it ,that also bring me to watch the movie ,i am surely i am gonna read it another time .

    • Karen Finch says:

      Such a fantastic book! If you haven't read this yet, you should!

    • Andrew Ball says:

      Pride and Prejudice is as entertaining as it is poignant.

    • Maureen says:

      FAV BOOK

    • Ariel says:

      So amazing to hear it read. It really is as wonderful as I remembered

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