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Published on March 16th, 2009 | by Lottie


Pride & Prejudice in a nutshell

Jane Austen’s Pride & Prejudice, apparently one of those classic book that everyone should read. Personally, I find it intollerably boring. So for anyone who hasn’t read it, let me cut out the hard work.

Mr. Darcy

Nothing is good enough for me.

Ms. Elizabeth Bennet

I could never marry that proud man.

(They change their minds.)


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7 Responses to Pride & Prejudice in a nutshell

  1. Darren says:

    Frankly, I think you make it sound far more interesting than it is.

  2. Voodoolady says:

    I hate period dramas. I tried to read Emma but it was too boring, then I tried to watch the movie and it was worse. Haven’t tried any others since.

  3. Lottie says:

    @Darren – True

    @Vodoo – You’re all bad & moody today aren’t you?

    Emma. Oh I hate that one too. Had to do it for the leaving cert so spent two years reading the damn thing. Yawn! Maybe I can shorten that one too.

  4. Lottie says:

    Emma – By Jane Austen

    Emma – Despite my own spoiled self-involvement I can see that I am such a good friend. Harriet, you are wonderful and can have any man you want.

    Harriet – I want that one.

    Emma – Oh no, you can’t have him. I have decided that I want him and anyway you’re not good enough for him.

    Harriet – Okay. I’ll settle for this one.

    And then everyone gets married.

    Many years alter they make a very pink movie with Alicia Silverstone.

  5. Voodoolady says:

    I’m in great form actually 😉

  6. le craic says:

    I don’t buy into all that “books you should read” stuff. Why are the should reads nearly always dull and boring.

  7. I just want to say that you are ALL wrong.

    J Austen is so hot right now.

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