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Pemberley Revisited

by Emma Tennant

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This, though not as good as Jane Austin's 'Pride and Prejudice', will give readers the insight as to what might have happened after the ever after. Though lighter in the actualy reading than Austin's style and not as detailed- it was an enjoyable afternoons read in the sun! I would be interested to read other sequals to pride and prejudice to see other authors take on the sequal! ( )
  OpalCat1986 | Apr 16, 2006 |
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The plot centres on Elizabeth's failure to produce a child and ingeniously picks up several threads from Jane Austen's novel. Told with stylish irony combined with insights into the emotions and mores of 18th-century English high society, this is an elegant and diverting social comedy.… (more)

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