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Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen

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William F. Buckley, Jr. once said, “One doesn’t read Jane Austen; one re-reads Jane Austen.” It is this sentiment that explains why, more than two hundred years after its publication, Pride and Prejudice is one of the most beloved books in the world. Austen herself called the novel her “own darling child,” and it is with that heartfelt sentiment that Thornwillow Press announces the publication of a very special edition of this timeless novel, one that would have fit perfectly on Austen’s own bookshelf. Using the same time-tested craftsmanship, techniques and style of the early Victorian period, the leather and cloth bindings on this edition will be historically accurate greens and, most fitting, the boards will be a replica of the wallpaper in Austen’s own home.


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But there’s more! To pay true homage to this timeless author, as well as the age-old craft of letterpress printing, we are also including two most special additions to Thornwillow’s Pride and Prejudice.

- Every letter exchanged by the characters in the novel will be reproduced on archival paper and bound into the book so that readers can enjoy the culture of Regency and Victorian letter writing, just as the characters do.

- Also drawings from “Elizabeth Bennet’s sketchbook” will be also bound into the book, including sketches of Pemberley, Longbourn and Netherfield, as well as scenes from the novel, giving readers an unprecedented, authentic view into the Bennet’s world.

The endurance of Pride and Prejudice’s popularity is testament to the fact that Austen’s characters and what they live through are part and parcel of the human condition. Cultural norms and expectations have changed, but women are still chafing at a lack of independence, and people are still beset with the same worries and joys. Pride and prejudice, vanity, unrequited or real love, the arrogance of youth and money, foibles and flaws, remarkable strength and courage, erroneous first impressions—it’s the stuff of good storytelling, and the fiber of what it means to be human.

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About The Author Jane Austen has long been regarded as one of the greatest writers in literary history. American literary critic, Edmund Wilson, claimed, "Only two reputations have never been affected by the shifts of fashion: Shakespeare's and Jane Austen's."
Dimensions 6 1/4 x 9 1/2"
Edition 350 copies are bound with letterpress paper wrappers. 250 copies are bound in Regency green cloth with letterpress boards. 100 are bound in half-leather Morocco with paste paper boards. 18 copies are bound in facsimile of the first edition with half-calf and marbled paper boards. 9 copies are bound in facsimile of the first edition with full-calf and gold tooling. One copy is bound in full green Morocco and set with a British coin from 1775, the year of Austen’s birth; One copy bound in full scarlet Morocco and set with a British coin from 1817, the year of Austen’s death; One copy bound in full yellow Morocco and set with a British coin from 1813, the year of Pride and Prejudice’s original publication.
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