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During my tafuta for Pride and Prejudice sequels, I have managed to come across many websites that offer P&P fanfiction. I thought I would post my findings here for all to enjoy. The stories on these sites range anywhere from one au two stories to hundreds of stories, so browse at your leisure.

The only site that I have completely and thoroughly enjoyed thus far is the Bits of Ivory site (listed below), so most of the other sites I don’t have much information to relay regarding content, though I will perform cursory inspections of each site to provide necessary details to its content for...
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"PRIDE AND PREJUDICE" (1995) Review

There have been numerous adaptations of Jane Austen’s celebrated 1813 novel, "Pride and Prejudice" over the past decades. Two of these versions happened to be BBC miniseries that aired in 1980 and 1995. It has been a long time since I have viewed the 1980 miniseries. However, I recently saw the 1995 miniseries for the umpteenth time and decided to finally write a review of it. Adapted kwa screenwriter Andrew Davies, the miniseries was produced kwa Sue Birtwistle and directed kwa Simon Langton.

Austen’s story centered around one Elizabeth Bennet, the second...
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"PRIDE AND PREJUDICE" (2005) Review

To my knowledge, there have been at least ten screen (film and/or television) adaptations of Jane Austen's 1813 novel, "Pride and Prejudice". I believe it has been adapted zaidi times than her other five novels. This is not surprising. It is probably the most beloved of her six novels. I have seen four of those adaptations, myself. And one of them is director-writer Joe Wright's 2005 film adaptation.

"PRIDE AND PREJUDICE" starred Keira Knightley and Matthew MacFadyen as Elizabeth Bennet and Fitzwilliam Darcy. The story focuses on Elizabeth's dealings with marriage,...
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SOCIAL CLASS AND THE BENNET FAMILY IN "PRIDE AND PREJUDICE"

Considering how long I have been a shabiki of Jane Austen’s 1813 novel, "PRIDE AND PREJUDICE" and its numerous televisheni and movie adaptations, I am surprised that I have never considered something about its heroine, Elizabeth Bennet, and her family. Ever since I have been kusoma numerous makala about the novel and its adaptations, I have noticed that many have labeled the Bennet family as members of the middle-class au the upper middle-class in Regency England. And it finally occurred to me that many of these mashabiki were in error.


I...
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I wanted to share my orodha of Pride & Prejudice published fanfics for anyone else who enjoys kusoma “What if…?” stories. This orodha should have 302 titles at this time. That does not include titles that were rereleased under different titles. I’m pretty sure I have the most comprehensive compilation of Pride & Prejudice published fanfics on the web. Anyone know a title I don’t have on here? :D

With the maarufu rise of e-books nowadays, some of the titles listed below can only be read electronically. Those will be notated kwa KINDLE appearing after the author's name.

All of the...
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We've seen every version of PandP, we've read the book countless times, and we all have a secret crush (or not so secret) on this 18th century male. Why can't we get enough?...

Mr. Darcy is not only a charecter in Pride and Prejudice but he is a true lead in the book. He is a mysterious, intriguing charecter that seems to truly hit nyumbani in our hearts even zaidi than we can explain. But how? I've come up with a good orodha of reasons why we can't get enough of this awesome hero.

1. He's rich (slightly self-centered, but hey, it adds to the image)

2. He is described as handsome. (Enough alisema :)

3. Since...
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"PRIDE AND PREJUDICE" (1980) Review

As many mashabiki of Jane Austen must know, there have been several screen and televisheni adaptations of the author’s most celebrated novel, "Pride and Prejudice", published in 1813. I usually come across at least five of those versions – including the six-part BBC adaptation that aired in the U.S. in 1980. The miniseries was adapted kwa Fay Weldon and directed kwa Cyril Coke.

Only someone unfamiliar with Austen’s story would not know that "PRIDE AND PREJUDICE" told the story of Elizabeth Bennet, the second-born daughter of an English gentleman and landowner...
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"PRIDE AND PREJUDICE" (1940) Review

There have been at least eight adaptations of "Pride and Prejudice", Jane Austen's 1813 novel. But as far as I know, only four are well known au constantly mentioned kwa many of the novelist's present-day fans. And one of the four happens to be the movie adapted in 1940 kwa Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.

Directed kwa Robert Z. Leonard, "PRIDE AND PREJUDICE" told the story of the five unmarried daughters of a 19th century English landowner and the efforts of his shrill wife to get them married before his estate is inherited kwa a distant male cousin. For years, this version...
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"It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a single man in possession of a good fortune, must be in want of a wife."—Chapter 1, P&P

Don’t judge a book kwa it’s cover…its title may give the readers a different connotation of what this book is really about. It may give the readers an idea of discrimination, fury, preconception au judgment, but on the contrary Pride and Prejudice is simply just the greatest upendo story of all time.

Pride and Prejudice, written kwa Jane Austen, revolves around the courtship and marriage among the noble in the 19th century. Its main characters are the...
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from the Huffington Post:

I've published twenty vitabu in genres from memoir to mystery but I never thought of doing an Austen mashup until I read Pride and Prejudice and Zombies.

While I enjoyed Zombies at first because it was surprising and funny, eventually it started to feel like a one-note protest against all the decorous PBS Austen series and all the die-hard Austen mashabiki around the world. Dude, forget carriages and bonnets, gimme brains!

Zombies reads like graffiti, which can be ugly au beautiful depending on your point of view. wewe see that mgawanyiko, baidisha on amazon.com, where half the reviewers give...
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*Six hours no longer seems like a long time.

*You begin to wonder why all sinema are not six episodes long.

*You have memorized where the commercial breaks come as well as the order of the commercials in each break.

*You watch the movie all the way through non-stop - then rewind it and start all over again.

*The movie just keeps on getting better every time wewe watch it.

*On a hivi karibuni visit to a local lake, wewe were inspired to dive in and go swimming fully clothed.

*Your relatives and Marafiki no longer think that wewe are strange for asking them to call wewe "Lizzy".

*You sing along with the...
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When I first heard that a new Pride and Prejudice film was in the works, I was both apprehensive and excited. I had seen every single film adaptation made of my inayopendelewa Jane Austen book and considered the A&E version starring Colin Firth as Mr Darcy and Jennifer Ehle as Elizabeth Bennett the end-all. As a miniseries, it was able to closely follow the book and not omit any of the wonderful parts that made the novel a classic. With a movie made for the big screen, important plot twists and scenes would have to be removed to fit in the allotted time. It was with slight trepidation that I...
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IF wewe upendo PRIDE AND PREJUDICE-- you'll upendo this new book. Its called 'Edenbrooke' kwa Julianne Donaldson. It is a must read. Check it out. I actually thought it was better than Pride and prejudice (hard to fathom).
It is similar to P a P (Pride and Prejudice) in all ways. It is a moyo pounding romance with lots of twists and turns. Edenbrooke is now my all time inayopendelewa books! I couldn't for the life of me set it down.
wewe MUST READ THIS!!! If wewe upendo PaP then wewe will ADORE Edenbrooke. It is a relatively fast read. I have read it twice the past week. It is THAT good.
I am a big shabiki of Jane Austen and Pride and Prejudice. One siku I was sitting on my kitanda kusoma Pride and Prejudice and thought, "there needs to be a trivia game for this book..." Well, I did it. I wrote all the questions, which are directly out of the book and made the game. Here is a link to the web page:

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I hope wewe all enjoy Pride and Prejudice Trivia. It will be available in May 2010 on Amazon.com and in independent toy, game & book stores across the country.

Thanks for reading,
Alauna

jiunge the Facebook shabiki page at: link
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Calling all Jane Austen fans!!
link is a newly opened RPG site, dedicated to all Jane Austen characters and books. wewe have the opportunity to be a Jane Austen character, au even create your own regency character!
With very few members, the majority of Austen's own characters are up for grabs!!
The only canon characters taken at the moment are Mr and Mrs Bennet, so plenty of places available.
Come and have a look around, and jiunge if wewe so wish (please read the rules before hand though!)
Thanks alot guys!
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"LOST IN AUSTEN" (2008) Review

I must admit that I am usually not a shabiki of novels au any other forms of storytelling that are based upon au continuations of published works of the origin author. This is certainly the case for the numerous works (sans two) based upon Jane Austen's six published novels.

The 2008 miniseries, "LOST IN AUSTEN" is not based upon any particular Austen novel that was not written kwa the Georgian Era writer. Instead, it is the brainchild of screenwriter Guy Andrews. The latter created this fantasy-comedy, which is an adaptation of Austen's novel, "Pride and Prejudice"...
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