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Pride and Prejudices: 3 New Retellings of Jane Austen’s Classic
Classics are called such for a reason, but what happens when someone decides to take one and retell it in a new way? Pretty amazing things, or at least that's what happens in this collection of the best Pride and Prejudice book adaptations. Even if you're a die-hard fan of the original novel, you'll delight in these creative reimaginings, I promise. Out of all of Jane Austen's novels, Pride and Prejudice is the most beloved and widely read. With the help of a fierce, bookish heroine, a timeless romance, and witty social critique, the romantic classic is compulsively re readable. Filled with vivid imagery, vibrant characters, and beautiful language, it's the kind of story you can get completely lost in over and over and over again.
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Good news millennials! You're getting your very own "modern retelling" of Pride and Prejudice ; because how else can your generation comprehend the experiences of Jane Austen's Elizabeth Bennet unless she's a trendy magazine editor? New York Times-bestselling author Curtis Sittenfeld is set to release Eligible , which recasts Austen's iconic characters in present-day Cincinnati. Magazine editor Liz Bennet and her older sister, yoga instructor Jane, must leave NYC to return home when their father falls ill. Kitty and Lydia have been turned into CrossFit fanatics, while Mary is now a recluse in the midst of her third online master's degree. The Bennet girls now reunited, Mrs. Bennet ignites her bid to see each of her daughters married before Jane turns 40; with such eligible bachelors including doctor Chip Bingley, recently featured on reality TV show Eligible , and his withdrawn, neurosurgeon friend Fitzwilliam Darcy.
One of five daughters who cannot inherit the Bennet estate, spirited Elizabeth vows that she and her sisters will marry well and targets the elusive Mr. Darcy for herself, with hilarious results. And certainly what Melville did for whaling Austen does for marriage--tracing the intricacies not to mention the economics of 19th-century British mating rituals with a sure hand and an unblinking eye. As usual, Austen trains her sights on a country village and a few families--in this case, the Bennets, the Philips, and the Lucases. Into their midst comes Mr. Bingley, a single man of good fortune, and his friend, Mr.