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A Modern Pride and Prejudice

Bonnie Mae, 2011

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Pride and Prejudice
Jane Austen, 1813

A Modern Pride and Prejudice is a movie directed by Bonnie Mae in 2011 and inspired by the book Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen, first published in 1813. The movie features Caleb Grant, Maia Petee, Christina Lafon, Mark Mook, Eve Cohen, Jon Diack, and others.

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Movie Poster: A Modern Pride and Prejudice (Bonnie Mae, 2011)

8.5

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Book Cover: Pride and Prejudice (Jane Austen, 1813)

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Audiobook cover of Pride and Prejudice, the 1813 book by Jane Austen.

Pride and Prejudice

Read by: B. J. Harrison

Storyline

When Jane Bennet meets the new eligible bachelor Mr. Bingley, she falls head over heels until he suddenly leaves town unexpectedly with his friend Mr. Darcy. While Elizabeth consults her sister she finds herself intertwined in the reasons behind Mr. Bingley’s departure, a new found friend Mr. Wickham, prejudices and possibilities of finding love herself.

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Movie vs Book

Poster of A Modern Pride and Prejudice, the 2011 movie by Bonnie Mae

Year

2011

Minutes

125

Movie Rate

5.10

Source: IMDb

Movie

A Modern Pride and Prejudice

Country: USA

Year: 2011

Length: 2h5m

Cover of Pride and Prejudice, the 1813 book by Jane Austen

Year

1813

Pages

279

Book Rate

8.52

S: Goodreads

Book

Pride and Prejudice

Country: UK

First published in: 1813

Length: 279 pages

Genre: Fiction

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