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BOOK REVIEW: Celebrating Pride and Prejudice by Susannah Fullerton

A review copy of Celebrating Pride and Prejudice: 200 Years of Jane Austen’s Masterpiece by Susannah Fullerton (Jane Austen Society of Australia president) turned up at my local post office in early December, having been sent from the PR Department of Quayside Publishing Group. It is an absolute delight, and I’ve been dying to post about it.

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Why is Pride and Prejudice just so contagious?

I was asked by a new-found friend and Jane Austen fan over at Upstart (an online magazine for emerging journalists) to write a piece about what it is that makes Pride and Prejudice so popular.  Why are we still reading it 200 years later?  The formation of this article, Pride and Prejudice still on top, was a lot of fun.

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