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How disappointing. The behaviours of all of the characters from Pride and Prejudice were so at variance with Jane Austen's portrayal that it made me wonder if the author had in fact read the original book or simply skim read it once to get the names. The actions of Elizabeth and Darcy were even at odds with real-life behaviours. I know of no mother who when faced with the choice of visiting her dying father or dying son, would choose the father. Neither can it be thought probable that Darcy would chose to visit his dying father-in-law and leave his son too. This is one example of many.
The new characters introduced were single dimensional and stereotypical. The new… Read more