By Amanda Grange
Satisfaction and Prejudice is the most well-liked romance of all time, and during this relaxing retelling, Amanda Grange permits us to determine the occasions of Jane Austen's recognized novel from Mr Darcy's standpoint. Scenes in basic terms hinted at within the unique are right here recorded intimately and taken to existence as Darcy writes of his horror at learning his sister's plans to elope with George Wickham, his efforts to split Charles Bingley from pass over Jane Bennet and his disgust at having to rearrange a wedding among George Wickham and leave out Lydia Bennet. yet, so much fulfilling of all, he discloses his emotions for Elizabeth. Darcy's Diary files the complete tale in their courtship, from preliminary hostility to their eventual love, prior to revealing a tantalising glimpse in their early married lifestyles.
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