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I’ve been rereading the book after having swallowed Longbourn. Normally sequels/prequels leave me cold. This is a wonderful companion novel. Terrific writing.
What? Why haven’t I heard about this book? It just went into my Amazon basket — “the bellow stairs answer to Pride and Prejudice.” Thank you!
I’m so glad I mentioned it. I hadn’t heard of it, either, though. My husband gave it to me for my birthday in January. It is well done, truly. Hope you enjoy it.
Ah yes Bride and Prejudice; fun.
It’s all about the costumes and the dances!
I think every version of this film is fabulous, especially the Bollywood version. (Best line from Bride and Prejudice: “Is it just me or is every woman over fifty checking you out?” Some great lines!)
of course our favo(u)rite role for Mr. Naveen Andrews will always be the Buddha of Suburbia.
and wasn’t Larry Olivier wicked(ly amusing)?
Dang! I better start with book and move on to the mini-series. How did I miss this?
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