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The Royal Mail also announced that letters posted in Chawton, Hampshire, where Austen spent her last years, and Steventon, near Basingstoke, where she was born, will have a special postmark for a week, featuring the Pride And Prejudice quote "Do anything rather than marry without affect ion".
Like generations of schoolchildren, I had Pride and Prejudice inflicted on me as a teenager.
Two centuries from when it was first published, Jane Austen's seminal work Pride and Prejudice remains as well-regarded and as well-read as it ever was.
Adapted for the stage by Laura Turner, Pride and Prejudice lets audiences meet Elizabeth Bennet and her sisters.
CULTURE Club members could be in with a chance of winning one of three pairs of tickets to see Pride and Prejudice at the Empire Theatre, Consett, on Friday, February 4.
I think I first read Pride and Prejudice when I was 10 and I loved it, and Mr Darcy.
Just last week, it was announced that Hollywood studios were in a feeding frenzy over the upcoming Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, a novel by Seth Grahame-Smith due in April that takes Pride and Prejudice and--yes, you guessed it--imbues it with the undead.
Directed by Simon Langton, also known for his work in "Upstairs, Downstairs", Pride and Prejudice follows the passionate and strong-willed Elizabeth Bennet, one of five unmarried daughters living in the countryside of 19th century England.