When Elizabeth Bennet meets Mr Darcy, she is repelled by his overbearing pride and prejudice towards her family.
But the Bennet girls are in need of financial security in the shape of husbands, so when Darcy’s friend, the affable Mr Bingley, forms an attachment to Jane, Darcy becomes increasingly hard to avoid. Polite society will be turned upside down in Jane Austen’s witty classic of friendship, rivalry and love
Plain Jane? Plain Wrong
There is nothing ‘common-place’ about Pride and Prejudice. It has a tightly woven, seductively intricate plot, which unfolds so delicately that the reader falls blindly into the traps of...Read more
Ire and Irritability
I am having another stab at Jane Austen. Friends beg me to keep trying, anxious for me not to miss what they tell me is an unrivalled view of a luminous literary landscape. I have made efforts on and...Read more