Pride and Prejudice (FINGERPRINT) Paperback – 1 January 2013 by Jane Austen (Author)

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      Immerse yourself in the enchanting world of Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen. Follow the spirited Elizabeth Bennet as she navigates the complexities of love, family, and societal expectations in this beloved classic that continues to captivate readers worldwide.

      A tale of love and society!

      • Jane Austen’s timeless masterpiece of wit, romance, and social commentary
      • Sparkling dialogue and unforgettable characters
      • Elizabeth Bennet’s journey to overcome societal constraints
      • Fall in love with love
      • A delightful blend of humor, drama, and profound insights
      Dimensions 2.54 × 20.32 cm
      Publisher ‏

      ‎ Fingerprint! Publishing; First Edition (1 January 2013); Prakash Books India Pvt Ltd, 113A, Ansari Road, Daryaganj, New Delhi-110002, +9111-23265358

      Language ‏

      ‎ English

      Paperback ‏

      ‎ 328 pages

      ISBN-10 ‏

      ‎ 8172344503

      ISBN-13 ‏

      ‎ 978-8172344504

      Item Weight ‏

      ‎ 263 g

      Dimensions ‏

      ‎ 15.24 x 2.54 x 20.32 cm

      Country of Origin ‏

      ‎ India

      Net Quantity ‏

      ‎ 1 Count

      Importer ‏

      ‎ Prakash Books India Pvt Ltd

      Packer ‏

      ‎ Prakash Books India Pvt Ltd

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      10 reviews for Pride and Prejudice (FINGERPRINT) Paperback – 1 January 2013 by Jane Austen (Author)

      1. Prabal

        Jane Austen was the greatest of all time and my experience with her book was too good.. ❤

      2. Miraj Ansari

        If you are wondering wether to buy or not this book just buy it it has a very good story line with suspense ,expectations and a whole lot of emotions

      3. Vikash Saha

        This book is a awesome 💯. I like this novel. I am very satisfied this product. Thank You Amazon .

      4. Hiranmayi

        The classicThe best love story bw Elizabeth and DarcyLoved how the characters are depictedI strongly recommendPlease don’t miss out

      5. Jeyadarshini Shanmugam

        The book quality is great but I loved the previous matte finished cover. Even the book dimension has changed, which is completely different from the current preview Amazon shows. Idk why fingerprint publication has changed the cover styles for almost every classic books. Other than that, page quality, printing, font style and spacing hasn’t changed a bit. Go for it, if you don’t care about this cover style.

      6. Shailza Jha

      7. amrendra ghosh

        Book quality is good

      8. Ananya

        Elizabeth Bennet, the third child of Mr. and Mrs. Bennet was a thoughtful and decisive girl who was quite resolute in her opinions. When the news came about the acquisition of Netherfield Park by Mr. Bingley, who probably earned more than four thousand a year, Mrs. Bennet couldn’t resist her desire of getting one of her daughters married with him. Mrs. Bennet was somehow obsessed with the marriage of her daughters, not only out of the worry of being a mother of five daughters, but also because of her insatiable hunger for money. After persistent coaxing, she made her husband obliged to fix a meeting with Mr. Bingley’s family on the prospect of making a marriage offer. And finally her efforts seems fruitful on seeing Mr. Bingley’s inclination for their elder daughter Jane Bennet.Elizabeth, who attended a ball organised by Bingley’s family was quite happy and relieved seeing Jane’s closeness with Mr. Bingley. They seem to enjoy each other’s company which was writ large on Jane’s face. On the ball night, Elizabeth got a chance to meet many people, who were close associates of Mr. Bingley. There only she met Fitzwilliam Darcy, the closest friend of Bingley. Her first encounter was though not so pleasant. Darcy, the sole owner of Perkerley estate in Derbyshire looked arrogant and boasty to her. She considered him as a conceited man with a very nasty behavior. All her beliefs came true when Darcy’s involvement in the break-up of her sister’s marriage got confirmed. Her detestation for him became more intense with each passing day.On the other hand, as their unplanned meetings increased, Darcy found himself in awe of Elizabeth’s intelligence and firmness. He inadvertently started appreciating her way of conduct. Without being cognisant of his feelings, he started altering his old ways of living, with a hope of grabbing Elizabeth’s attention. She,however, found herself struggling between her dislike for his disposition and her admiration for his assistance in Lydia’s matter. His participation in bringing out her family from the embarrassment that her youngest sister’s obnoxious act has created, has somehow impressed her and made her turn her despise into respect.Through this wonderfully written tale, Jane Austen has set up an example of admiration and love. This is a story about two persons whose indifferences, over a series of events, has swerved into a deep adoration. Darcy’s character was articulated in the finest manner. The revelation of his true nature was very impressive and unexpected at the same time. His character was portrayed as a sensible man with a clear conscience. Elizabeth’s was too described as a woman with a possession of knowledge. She was very determined in her choices and didn’t even hesitate to accept the mistakes done on her part.Apart from the protagonists, i like Mr. Bennet and Jane’s character too. The best part about Austen’s book was the preciseness with which a human character was described. She devoted a good time of amount in presenting the true tendencies of every character in the story. And not to forget, the smoothness with which the entire story was written. It was a very engrossing story which literally demands you full focus. Once entered into the elegance of the book, it’s really hard to quit or drop in between. Set up in eighteen century England, it is really a beautiful piece of literature which highlights the fluctuations in one’s pride and prejudice.

      9. Geoff Sherry

        A Timeless Classic: Pride and Prejudice (Gift Classics)Pride and Prejudice, in its enchanting and beautifully designed edition, is an absolute gem that belongs in every book lover’s collection. The elegance of this version, aptly titled Gift Classics, is apparent from the moment you lay eyes upon it.This book is a literary masterpiece by Jane Austen, and Gift Classics has paid homage to its brilliance with a stunning cover art, reminiscent of the Regency era in which the story is set. The detailing, embossed gold lettering, and carefully chosen font create an unparalleled aesthetic that instantly captivates.Beyond its visual appeal, this edition of Pride and Prejudice proudly upholds the essence of Austen’s work. The pages are of exceptional quality, thick and crisp, ensuring a smooth reading experience. The font is well-sized and easy on the eyes, allowing readers to immerse themselves in the world of Elizabeth Bennet and Mr. Darcy without any distractions.One delightful aspect of this edition is the inclusion of insightful annotations and footnotes, which shed light on the era, language, and historical context woven into the story. These explanations enrich the reading experience, making the dialogue and societal norms of Austen’s time more accessible and relatable.Gift Classics’ meticulous attention to detail extends to the binding, which is sturdy and built to last. This is a book that can withstand multiple readings, a true heirloom to be passed down through generations.As a classic that has been adapted countless times into various media forms, Pride and Prejudice continues to captivate and enchant readers with its timeless characters and the exploration of love, identity, and class divisions. Gift Classics has truly done justice to this beloved novel, presenting it with utmost respect and care.Whether you are a devoted Austen fan or a newcomer to her works, Pride and Prejudice (Gift Classics) is a treasure that will adorn your bookshelf and provide endless joy in revisiting or discovering Jane Austen’s world.

      10. Karen B

        A book I never tire of.I was introduced to “Pride and Prejudice” around 46 years ago as one of the set books for my “O” level English literature exam. Normally, my reading is more along the lines of non-fiction, scientific and instructional books, however my introduction to Jane Austen was a real step forward. I went on to read all of her works, along with other writers such as the Bronte sisters, Thomas Hardy etc. I haven’t found many modern writers as interesting, I prefer the insights into the minds of the more traditional writers, along with the different styles of writing. It’s also of interest with regards to the social institutions and attitudes of the times. Probably why I studied Sociology alongside my science subjects in later years. Oh, and Elizabeth Bennet is still one of my heroines! I would highly recommend reading this book, it’s good to see how life (albeit of the middle classes) and attitudes have changed in two hundred years – and I’d love to see our modern teens cope with the social restrictions of those times!

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