By Austen, JaneAdapted by Sach, LaurenceIllustrated by Nagulakonda, Rajesh
Will Mrs Bennet ever succeed in finding eligible husbands for her five daughters? For Elizabeth Bennet, the idea of marrying without affection is unthinkable and her mother is beginning to despair of ever finding eligible husbands for her five daughters. But then, life is about t...o change when a handsome young man and his equally handsome and wealthy companion take up residence at nearby Netherfield Park. For over 200 years Jane Austen's Pride & Prejudice has held a special pride of place on the bookshelves and in the hearts of readers around the world. Now, in this stunning graphic novel format a new generation of readers can enjoy all the comedy, heartache and romance that have made Darcy and Elizabeth one of literature's most celebrated couples. In full glossy magazine format, Campfire's adaptation of Jane Austen's masterpiece will appeal to every girl and woman who has ever daydreamed about the dashing Mr Darcy. This sophisticated and classy graphic novel is aimed at a largely female audience and in a new magazine size, the very look and feel of this book makes it a must have fashion statement. The clothes, hairstyles, furnishings and lifestyle of the early 19th Century have never looked more appealing than they do in this stunning new treatment of one of the world's most popular and timeless novels.Read more
An avid reader, Jane began writing her own stories at the age of 10. She was 36 when Sense and Sensibility (1811) became her first published novel. Three more followed during her lifetime: Pride and Prejudice (1813), Mansfield Park (1814) and Emma (1816). Northanger Abbey and Persuasion were published posthumously in 1818. Laurence Sach is a director and teacher of the performing arts. He is a versatile playwright having scripted pantomimes ranging from Aladdin to Robinson Crusoe, and Red Peter, his adaptation of the Franz Kafka story An Address to the Academy was performed at both the Edinburgh and Prague Fringe Festivals. Rajesh Nagulakonda comes from the town of Chirala, Andhra Pradesh and now lives with his family in New Delhi. His previous books for Campfire include Krishna: Defender of Dharma and Alice in Wonderland.
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