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More Letters from Pemberley (Pride & Prejudice Continues) (edition 2007)
More Letters From Pemberley: 1814-1819: A Further Continuation of Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice by Jane Dawkins
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 140220907X, Paperback)To the delight of the many readers who loved Letters from Pemberley, Jane Dawkins’s popular continuation of Pride and Prejudice, More Letters from Pemberley continues the story of Elizabeth (Bennet) Darcy’s married life, picking up in 1814 and following this most popular of Jane Austen characters for another six years to the twilight of the Regency period in 1819.
Writing to her beloved sister Jane, the irrepressible Lizzie describes life as mistress of Pemberley and her relationship with the dashing Fizwilliam Darcy. Highlights include a Darcy family Christmas, the inevitable conflicts that might arise even in such an illustrious family and the happiness of the birth of an heir.
Again incorporating Jane Austen’s own words and characters from her other works (who appear here with different names, either associated with Austen’s life, borrowed from another of her novels or a word-play on their original name), Jane Dawkins has created another satisfying and entertaining tale.
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