With its sparkling wit, clever heroine and moving love story, Pride and Prejudice is an immaculate comedy of manners, and Jane Austen's most popular novel.
Lizzy Bennet finds eligible bachelor Darcy arrogant the first time she meets him, and when she hears he has been meddling in her family's affairs is determined to dislike him even more. Darcy, however, finds himself increasingly attracted to her good looks and lively mind. In the story of misunderstandings that follows, Lizzy is led to question everything she thought she knew.
Pride And Prejudice
Jane Austen wrote two literary classics--Sense and Sensibility and Pride and Prejudice--before she turned 21. And although she never married, she led a happy and active life, seemingly untouched by the dramatic incidents that filled her characters' lives.