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Pride and Prejudice
Jane Austen
127 Installments

The carefully controlled and chess-like movements of polite society conceal passionate hearts, keen minds, and rebellious wills in Jane Austen’s most famous novel. Yes, it’s all about courtship, but the wickedly clever dialogue and brutally incisive observations win over even the most skeptical readers. Call it ‘chick lit’ at your own peril.

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Thanks to the DailyLit I was able to read this book. I truly enjoyed it. Thank you.
 
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Loved this! I didn't think I would really be able to get into it, but I was wrong. It's a classic for a reason.
 
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I would totally recommend this book for anybody with a intense vocab and a love for old fashioned writing. :)<br/>Perfect description, believeable characters, this book is great.
 
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This is one of my all-time favorite books. If you can't get enough of Pride and Prejudice, I recommend reading &quot;Gentleman Darcy: a novel in 3 parts&quot; by Pamela Aidan. She does a brilliant job of telling Mr. Darcy's side of the story.
 
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Great book and story!
 
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Long-winded, but beautiful. Still relevant. I love Elizabeth's strength of character and stubbornness.
 
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I love this book!
 
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I love this book! It is one of the greatest love story i've ever read :)
 
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I looked forward to reading the installment each day, and found no problems with getting through it each day, as it fit into my schedule perfectly. A delightfully witty and engrossing book that has perfectly lengthened installments. Bravo Jane Austin and Daily Lit!
 
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it was raelly amazing.each word created lot of interest in me .i really enjoyed reading
 
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This books is a classic love story, with an altogether archaic view on things. No one is that subtle, that closed, that modest in our fast-paced modern world. <br/><br/>Which is perhaps, why this romance is so popular. It's a true mix-up of feelings and it's vocabulary is refreshing especially after watching even a single commercial. <br/><br/>This book is enjoyable, light, and beautiful.<br/><br/>Highly recommended.
 
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This is one of the FEW books I re-read every several years. Austen is wonderful.
 
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If I were to be stranded on a desert island with a limited number of books, this would definitely be on the list. IMHO, it's one of the finest novels ever written. I re-read it every year and enjoy it even more than when I first read it many years ago. And, joy of joys!, it has a happy ending. :)
 
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Austen seems to enjoy offering up heroines that are slightly different than one might expect from a romantic novel of this period - they are witty, intelligent and fearless in their choices much of the time. They also seem to buck the trend of social propriety, even if it may cause them to lose their good name, happiness and position. <br/><br/>This is a highly enjoyable novel with more than enough social interaction, betrayal of trust, and witty badinage to entertain anyone with half a mind to give it a try.
 
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I really enjoyed reading this book ! To be honest I didn't think I would like it so much but I loved it. Its smart, fun and kept me wanting to know what happens next.
 
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At first when reading this book it was like reading a book in a foreign language because of the time period it was written. But once you get into it you forget all about the technicalities of the language used and just begin to enjoy the lovely story unfolding in front of you. You believe in these characters and want them to find happiness. You have full trust in Elizabeth at times and other times you wish you could stop her from making mistakes and poor decisions. You become so attached to the heroin and to the rest of the characters that you are sad to see the book end. This book makes you feel so good and revives your faith in love and your chances for it, despite your own mistakes and poor choices in the past.
 
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I don't remember reading this when I was younger and was curious about it. It was a wonderful book and I didn't want to stop reading it!
 
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This is the best book Ive read in years. Mr Darcy and Elizabeth kept me inthralled to the end. I could feel their feelings as I read this. I LOVED IT! I wanted it to never end, for the pages to go on forever.
 
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Takes you back to a very different time when the priorities were more focused.
 
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Didn't want the story to end.
 
Nov. 7, 2013
I in general hated this book but loved it at the same time. I had been forced to watch the BBC mini series years ago so I couldn't get the actor's faces and way of presenting their characters out of my mind as I read so it may have influenced me in some way. I understand the title of the book but I still wanted to grab Darcy and slap him about a bit and tell him not to be such a nob.
 
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characters are so relatable
 
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I think despite it's many movies, this is a book best enjoyed as it is, a book, curled up, with the reader getting lost in it.
 
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loved it.
 
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Classic reading feels great~~
 
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I really liked the characters - Eliizabeth's wittiness was refreshing, and Darcy's mysterious character intruiging. Though I sometimes wanted to slap Darcy, it was an amazing read.
 
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Jane Austen's books always are a pleasure to read. All her trademarks are here: an extremely well-thought plot, an extremely colorful cast of characters, and commentary on society--ranging from subtle wit to blunt judgment. It's important to realize that this is not your everyday love story. Though many have attempted to mirror or modernize the story of Mr. Darcy and Elizabeth, you have to remember that Austen did it first. Worth all the hype it gets and then some, but to truly do Pride and Prejudice justice, you have to read the book.
 
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I think this is a very enjoyable, lively, well-written book. However, i can't give it 5 stars because some of it is so outdated to our times that it seems frustrating.
 
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Pride and Prejudice is a wonderful book. I love it because it is light, ironic, truthful. It will be popular always, it is not just a love story, it is full of criticism of the society and people who only play before each other and judge by appearances. <br/>It is a pity that this book will never be understood and appreciated by men.
 
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At first, I agreed with Elizabeth about Mr Darcy and couldn't figure out why so many people love him so much. Still not completely sure I understand it, but okay. I think my favorite thing about this book is that neither one of them is perfect. There are a lot of things that could have been avoided if they'd been willing to really talk to each other, but I can't really blame them for not doing so. I was really surprised that Mr. Darcy assumed Elizabeth would say yes to his proposal. I really can't blame her for saying no. I understand that marriage did not (and does not, for that matter) equal/require love, but I think there has to be at least some affection on both parts for it to work out well, and that's just a start! She almost hated him at that point, so I think if she'd said yes it would have become a complete mess for both of them. I don't completely believe the love without really talking thing, but okay. I would have liked it better if they'd spent some time together before he confessed to loving her. It didn't seem all that believable to me the way it was. They never even really talked! I did like that her refusal of his proposal make him think about how people saw him, but I don't really like that he changed for her (for himself, too, I hope, but it didn't really seem
 
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I hardly know a girl, who did not like Jane Austen' s books. They all are women's. Classic is forever classic!
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