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Pride and Prejudice (version 5)

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(4,603 Sterne; 68 Bewertungen)

Pride and Prejudice, first published on 28 January 1813, is the most famous of Jane Austen's novels. It is one of the first romantic comedies in the history of the novel and its opening is one of the most famous lines in English literature —"It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a single man in possession of a good fortune, must be in want of a wife." [From Wikipedia]

Co-BC - Micah Sheppard
Cataloging - David Lawrence (14 hr 26 min)

Chapters

01 - Chapters 1&2

9:53

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02 - Chapter 3

10:38

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03 - Chapters 4&5

12:28

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04 - Chapter 6

14:00

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05 - Chapter 7

11:35

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06 - Chapter 8

11:39

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07 - Chapter 9

9:52

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08 - Chapter 10

12:39

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09 - Chapter 11

9:56

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10 - Chapters 12&13

13:35

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11 - Chapters 14&15

20:07

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12 - Chapter 16

20:47

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13 - Chapter 17

7:39

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14 - Chapter 18

27:55

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15 - Chapter 19

11:40

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16 - Chapter 20

10:14

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17 - Chapter 21

14:58

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18 - Chapter 22

12:40

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19 - Chapter 23

11:47

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20 - Chapter 24

14:10

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21 - Chapter 25

11:08

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22 - Chapter 26

16:21

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23 - Chapter 27

9:25

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24 - Chapter 28

10:32

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25 - Chapter 29

17:49

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26 - Chapter 30

9:02

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27 - Chapter 31

11:33

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28 - Chapter 32

11:05

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29 - Chapter 33

13:10

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30 - Chapter 34

15:37

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31 - Chapter 35

20:54

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32 - Chapter 36

14:54

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33 - Chapter 37

9:58

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34 - Chapter 38

8:02

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35 - Chapter 39

11:04

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36 - Chapter 40

12:07

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37 - Chapter 41

16:43

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38 - Chapter 42

13:36

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39 - Chapter 43

34:35

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40 - Chapter 44

17:16

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41 - Chapter 45

13:26

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42 - Chapter 46

22:57

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43 - Chapter 47

29:12

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44 - Chapter 48

17:47

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45 - Chapter 49

17:34

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46 - Chapter 50

16:43

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47 - Chapter 51

16:13

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48 - Chapter 52

23:43

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49 - Chapter 53

23:16

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50 - Chapter 54

13:22

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51 - Chapter 55

19:23

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52 - Chapter 56

23:47

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53 - Chapter 57

13:20

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54 - Chapter 58

18:47

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55 - Chapter 59

20:46

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56 - Chapter 60

13:00

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57 - Chapter 61

10:33

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Bewertungen

(5 Sterne)

A most enjoyable and articulate reading of this classic novel. Even though you can't improve on Jane Austen, Ms Piquette surely did justice to Pride and Prejudice especially in her different inflections for each these characters I couldn't get enough of her Lady Catherine and Lydia. Kudos go out to her

I love this book

(4 Sterne)

Well read, I was angry when I had to interrupt listening to it. I had read it before, but it was a pleasure to listen to it. Thank you!

THANK YOU

(5 Sterne)

It was of immense help. THANKS A TON🙏KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK

l love this story and enjoyed the reader and her voices of the c

(5 Sterne)

Narration 5 stars

(5 Sterne)

precision, clarity, pace, expression, pause, emphasis faultless narration thank you

clear and well read. when i wearied of reading the story!

(4,5 Sterne)

neat

(3 Sterne)

as to the narrating it was neat slow understandable could have used different voices for main characters. the 2005 film on the same led me to read it. the film was more attractive.