“It is a generally acknowledged truth that a man who has just inherited a substantial fortune must be in want of a house of his own. So, we’d better get going!”
With these words from Darcy to Bingley, this retelling of Pride and Prejudice from Darcy's perspective begins.
In this book, Jane Austen's words are used when Darcy and Elizabeth are interacting. When Darcy is in his world, it is a new story by Mark Mason.
Mark Mason's words are in this Calibri typeface.
Jane Austen's words are in this Times New Roman typeface.
Jane Austen felt she didn't know the world of men very well, so avoided painting her male characters in detail. This includes Darcy, whose life, feelings and ideas are somewhat of a mystery in Pride and Prejudice. This new novel sets out to fill this gap and reveal the rich life of Fitzwilliam Darcy.
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