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Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen - review
What better way to celebrate the book birthday of Lizzy Bennet and Mr. Darcy than with a Pride and Prejudice covers roundup? So enjoy—and try not to buy them all! Modern Classics Library Edition. Dover Thrift Edition. Splinter Edition. Vintage Classics Edition.
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Set in the early s, in the fictional town of Merton, live the Bennett family, who are comfortably well off with a family of five daughters. However, there is one misfortune - there is no son. Although it must have been possible to change the will so the women could inherit, it would ruin the story. Therefore Mrs Bennett, their silly empty-headed mother, is obsessed with marrying them off. The daughters are: 22 year old Jane, the most beautiful young woman in the neighbourhood, who is sweet, kind and sensible but thinks well of everyone and is rather naive. Then there is 20 year old Elizabeth, mostly known as Lizzie or sometimes Eliza, who is the heroine of the novel and witty, clever and lively, but not as beautiful as Jane. However, one of the daughters must marry very well, and love in marriage was of little consequence in those days.
Jennie at The Bennet Sisters blog has started a meme that I could not resist. She asks which are your top ten favorite Pride and Prejudice covers? Lord knows there are hundreds of them out there.
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The rising, literate middle class, were using some of their new disposable income to buy books at railway stations. Thus, this publisher felt that Lydia Bennet flirting with soldiers in Brighton was a representative illustration of Pride and Prejudice! The cover here is simple and pretty, with hand-drawn lettering, an illustration of a Regency lady and gentleman, and decorative scrollwork. Her bow tie and nipped-waist jacket have nothing in common with Regency fashion; like many mid-century covers, the illustrators evoked more of the contemporary period than the historical one. The cover of this paperback works fine as a generic Regency-era illustration, but not so well when applied to Northanger Abbey.