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Pride and Prejudice

Pride and Prejudice

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Before Bella and Edward, Pride and Prejudice was the love story that started it all. A beautiful new teen edition of a timeless classic, perfect for the fans of the Twilight saga.

Pride and Prejudice not only set the stage for romance in modern literature—it was also Stephenie Meyer’s inspiration for the blockbuster Twilight saga. Teens will be captivated by this irresistible classic and will relish discovering connections between Elizabeth and Mr. Darcy’s growing love and Bella and Edward’s dramatic bond.

Poised for release just in time for the much-anticipated New Moon movie, this gorgeous edition of the book that started it all will charm fans of the Twilight saga, as well as anyone who adores a love story.


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Before Bella and Edward, Pride and Prejudice was the love story that started it all. A beautiful new teen edition of a timeless classic, perfect for the fans of the Twilight saga.

Pride and Prejudice not only set the stage for romance in modern literature—it was also Stephenie Meyer’s inspiration for the blockbuster Twilight saga. Teens will be captivated by this irresistible classic and will relish discovering connections between Elizabeth and Mr. Darcy’s growing love and Bella and Edward’s dramatic bond.

Poised for release just in time for the much-anticipated New Moon movie, this gorgeous edition of the book that started it all will charm fans of the Twilight saga, as well as anyone who adores a love story.

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Jane Austen

(Steventon, Gran Bretaña, 1775 - Winchester, id., 1817) Novelista británica. Su padre, un clérigo protestante, era rector de la parroquia de Steventon. Séptima hija de una familia de ocho hermanos, su padre se encargó personalmente de su educación; en la amplia biblioteca familiar conoció la obra de Daniel Defoe, Samuel Richardson, Henry Fielding, Laurence Sterne y otras figuras de la incipiente narrativa inglesa.