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PBS: Masterpiece: Pride and Prejudice

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Prepared for a televised version of the work which aired on PBS stations, this site offers useful background information on Jane Austen's classic novel Pride and Prejudice. Included are a plot synopsis, a biographical sketch of Austen, comments on characters, and a clip from the production. Don't miss the delightful and informative interview with screenwriter Andrew Davies, or the "Men of Austen" feature.

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