A Novel Journal: Pride and Prejudice: Pride and Prejudice

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    Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice has captivated readers for more than 200 years. Among the most beloved novels in the English language, Austin's heroine, Elizabeth Bennett, continues to inspire readers with her wit and antics, proving just how immortal a pen can render an idea. Now fans of this literary mainstay can author their own works with Austen's guiding voice never more than a dip of the pen away. Part of the A Novel Journal series from Canterbury Classics, A Novel Journal: Pride and Prejudice includes all sixty-one chapters of text in tiny font that serves as page lines for the next masterpiece-to-be. Perfect for scribbling daily thoughts or piecing together the perfect plot, the deluxe cover, stunning endpapers, and matching elastic band on each of these journals will appeal to those whose joy from the written word has bred inspiration to continue the tradition.

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    Number of Pages: 160
    Format(s): Paperback - ISBN: 9781626863224
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    Listed in: Classic fiction, Miscellaneous items
    Publisher: Canterbury Classics

    Books by Jane Austen

    Paperback

    RRP: £12.98

    Total: £10.25

    Save: £2.73 per copy!

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