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Pride and Prejudice

By: Jane Austen
Narrated by: Helen Lisanti
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Charles Bingley, a wealthy young gentleman, has moved into Netherfield Park manor, which causes much excitement in the village of Longbourn, especially among the five unmarried daughters of the Bennet household. Despite many romatic complications, the overall tone of this classic novel is, as Jane Austen described it, “light and bright, and sparkling”.

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"Helen Lisanti is a rising star in audio narration." ( Audiobook News Service)

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What did you love best about Pride and Prejudice?

I love the beauty of the language and the simplicity of the story. It is the timeless theme of dealing with life's obstacles and appreciating the everyday blessings.

Who was your favorite character and why?

Elizabeth, of course. She is witty, kind, compassionate, and best of all, willing to admit her mistakes and need for improvement.

Which scene was your favorite?

My favorite scene is when Elizabeth is giving Darcy her theory of why he was attracted to her in spite of himself.

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