"She is tolerable; but not handsome enough to tempt me; and I am in no humour at present to give consequence to young ladies who are slighted by other men." Pride & Prejudice, 1813
With these few lines in "Pride & Prejudice" Jane Austen painted a clear picture of the character of Mr. Darcy, and caused our heroine Elizabeth Bennet to be determined to dislike the man from that moment on. "Pride & Prejudice" is Jane Austen's brilliantly written love story where Elizabeth and Mr.Darcy at first show prejudice and pride towards each other before all misunderstandings are resolved. This classic, often referred to as the novel which captured the imaginations of school girls the world over, is brought to you in this illustrated version by Wordsworth Classics.
A Wordsworth Classics with introduction, notes and illustrations
Paperback 325 pages
Complete and Unabridged