I have just finished reading and watching (luckily there’s an an ongoing sale at Virgin Megastore) Pride and Prejudice. No spoilers here. Can I just say that I liked it a lot? This is definitely Jane Austen’s finest novel. I enjoyed the exchange of arguments between Elizabeth and Mr. Darcy. For me, Elizabeth Bennet is one of a kind in her generation.
The contest is still on for Pride and Prejudice readers. You may submit your entry on or before May 3, 2009. Details here.
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I haven’t read the book yet, shame on me, really.
But I love the movie. My husband gave me the dvd as a gift, the one with Keira Knightly. I believe I have seen that movie about 15 times. I put it on whenever I feel sad or fluish/feverish 🙂
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i am still qualified to do this even if i won on the first contest?
I only have two lines so far, eep! Must finish it. 🙂
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I haven’t read this novel yet, but I’ve seen a movie version in HBO and I agree–this has a nice plot and story.
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abot pa pala ako.. i thought the deadline’s today. 🙂
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waaah! di ata ako aabot jo! i’m not done yet ;-(
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Goodness, it took me my weekend to finish this, and to even post the review on my blog. Mine’s up jo!
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have you seen the bbc-produced series on P&P? that’s the definitive version of all P&P adaptations (both TV & film). it’s rather long but the the cast is top-notch and the screenplay is the best i’d seen so far of all productions based on j. austen’s work
i love pride and prejudice! (both the book and the film adaptations). my fave line is the opening line – “It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a single man in possession of a good fortune must be in want of a wife.” Can I still join even if I read the book eons ago? =)