By Jane Austen
In a distant Hertfordshire village, remote the great trainer roads of George III's England, a rustic squire of no nice skill needs to marry off his 5 vivacious daughters. on the middle of this all-consuming company are his headstrong moment daughter Elizabeth Bennet and her aristocratic suitor Fitzwilliam Darcy — fans whose delight needs to be humbled and prejudices dissolved prior to the radical can come to its correct conclusion.
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