Pride and prejudice childrens book
“Pride and Prejudice” at Usborne Children’s BooksWrite a review. You have 0 of these in your Basket. A delightful retelling of the much-loved classic by Jane Austen. But will everything end up as they hope? Part of the Usborne Young Reading Level Three series aimed at children ready to tackle longer and more complex stories. Zanna Davidson has written over fifty books for children, both non-fiction and fiction.
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Pride and Prejudice (Oxford Children's Classics)
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.
I 'll be honest. I saw the movie first. And it was because of Keira Knightley's excellent portrayal of Lizzie Bennet that made me want to read the novel. A few times before I saw the film, I had attempted to read Pride and Prejudice, which only resulted in many unsuccessful attempts. A while after watching the movie, I decided to give the book another try.
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