- Tapa blanda: 280 páginas
- Editor: Park Publishing (16 de marzo de 2009)
- Idioma: Inglés
- ISBN-10: 0956153100
- ISBN-13: 978-0956153104
- Valoración media de los clientes: Sé el primero en opinar sobre este producto
Miss Bennet & Mr Bingley (Inglés) Tapa blanda – 16 mar 2009
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In Miss Bennet & Mr Bingley, Fenella J Miller returns to Jane Austen's best loved novel, Pride and Prejudice, giving an insight into both Charles and Jane's private thoughts through that difficult year. We discover what Jane did in London and how Charles filled the days until he was able to return to Netherfield. This book takes us past the wedding - when Kitty Bennet becomes the heroine of the hour. ""Jane Bennet is in the spotlight in Fenella-Jane Miller's delightful novel. We see Jane's growing love for Bingley as well as her view of Elizabeth and Darcy's unfolding relationship, and we find out what happened to her in London when she thought all was lost. Humorous, engaging and true to Jane Austen's world, this is a charming read for Austen fans."" Amanda Grange is the bestselling author of Mr Darcy's Diary, (Mr Knightley's Diary, Captain Wentworth's Diary)
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The review implied that the relationship of Miss Jane Bennet and Mr Bingley would be detailed/explained as the development of Elizabeth and Darcy's relationship was in the original P&P. There wasn't much about the interaction between Bingley and Jane, nor what went on before their reunion (other a short courtship between Jane and Mr Fox).
In additional, Elizabeth was portrayed with a negative outlook and Darcy simply retreated into the background. Where was the playful, witty Elizabeth?
I really wanted a refund of my money!!