Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen Study Edition Paperback – 3 Jun 2010
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The tutor teaching my son borrowed this book and reported back that it is the best resource he has seen.
There is also a note free version for the exam - and it has the same page numbers as the annotated copy.
It begins with the news that a wealthy young gentleman named Charles Bingley has rented the manor of Netherfield Park causes a great stir in the nearby village of Longbourn, especially in the Bennet household. The Bennets have five unmarried daughters, Jane, Elizabeth, Mary, Kitty, and Lydia. Their mother, Mrs. Bennet, is desperate to see them all married so after Mr. Bennet pays a social visit to Mr. Bingley, the Bennets attend a ball. Mr. Bingley is present. He is taken with Jane and spends much of the evening dancing with her. His friend, Mr. Darcy, refuses to dance with Elizabeth, which makes everyone view him as arrogant and obnoxious. At social functions over subsequent weeks, Mr. Darcy is increasingly attracted to Elizabeth’s charm and intelligence. Jane’s friendship with Mr. Bingley also continues to burgeon, and Jane pays a visit to the Bingley mansion but is caught in a downpour and becomes ill, forcing her to stay at Netherfield for several days. Elizabeth hikes through muddy fields to tends to Elizabeth. She arrives with a spattered dress, much to the disdain of Charles Bingley’s sister. Miss Bingley’s spite increases when she notices that Darcy pays quite a bit of attention to Elizabeth.
When Elizabeth and Jane return home, they find Mr. Collins visiting their household. Mr. Collins is a young clergyman who stands to inherit Mr. Bennet’s property. It can only be passed down to male heirs. Mr.Read more ›
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very good study book, proper explantations in the margin, without revealing the plot.Published 8 months ago by Annie59