This Pride and Prejudice edition looks more like Jane Eyre then Pride and Prejudice if you ask me. Published by Penguin Books in 2010. Abridged by Linda Jennings. This edition seems geared towards teens though I dont love the cover.
Today marks the 200th anniversary of the publication of Pride and Prejudice, by Jane Austen. As Goucher’s Special Collections and Archives is home to one of the largest collections of Jane Austen material in the world, we are celebrating in style! Come check out the exhibit on the top floor of the Atheneum. It will run from January 28th-July 26th. For more information about the events around this celebration (including cake!), visit: the Jane Austen Exhibit
This is a really interesting edition from Pulp the Classics because of the bizarre cover. I laugh every time I see the tagline “Lock up your daughters… Darcy is in town.” I love this edition because it is so out of the ordinary and because Mr. Darcy is smoking on the cover. Pulp the Classic edition which is part of Oldcastle Books,. LTD and published in 2013
This is one of my earliest copies of Pride and Prejudice because it belonged to my mother. I grew up flipping through this edition so it holds a very special place in my heart. Published by The Easton Press. Preface by Frank Swinnerton and illustrations by Helen Sewell.