200 Years of Pride and Prejudice | Wyatt’s World

2013 marks the bicentennial of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice. To celebrate the staying power of one of Austen’s most beloved works, consider exploring alternative formats and editions. (If you haven’t read the novel, give yourself that pleasure first—the Penguin Classics (2002) with an introduction by Tony Tanner is an excellent edition).


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Neal Wyatt About Neal Wyatt

Neal Wyatt compiles LJ's online feature Wyatt's World and is the author of The Readers' Advisory Guide to Nonfiction (ALA Editions, 2007). She is a collection development and readers' advisory librarian from Virginia. Those interested in contributing to The Reader's Shelf should contact her directly at Readers_Shelf@comcast.net