Pride and Prejudice: Your Backstage Pass to Jane Austen's Novel and Making of the BBC TV Series Starring Colin Firth (Paperback)
Like Downton Abbey and Call The Midwife, the BBC adaptation of Jane Austen's classic novel, Pride and Prejudice took the world by storm in 1995.
Pride and Prejudice is one of the much-loved novels written by Jane Austen about an era where social standing was everything, and marrying well was something that young girls and women would dream of constantly.
The 1995 BBC TV adaption of Pride and Prejudice brought this story to life and into the hearts of a new legion of fans.
Who will forget the infamous 'wet shirt' scene as Colin Firth's character Darcy emerges from the lake and strides across the lawn dripping wet?
The series set Firth down as probably the best Darcy there has been and launched his career into the stratosphere.
But was Jane Austen's depiction of women's lives in the early 19th century accurate?
Pride and Prejudice: Your Backstage Pass to Jane Austen's Novel and Making of the BBC TV Series Starring Colin Firth shares with you the story of Pride and Prejudice, the background into its making as well as delving back in time to take a look at what life really was like.
You will learn:The seven of levels of social class that dominated the lives of people during this era How men and women conducted their courtships at a time when intimacy prior to marriage wasn't allowed What life was like for those at the other end of the class scale Background information to the making of the BC TV series including costume details A plot synopsis of Pride and Prejudice
Join us as we step back in time and absorb ourselves in Jane Austen's world.
Grab A Copy Of Pride and Prejudice: Your Backstage Pass to Jane Austen's Novel and Making of the BBC TV Series Starring Colin Firth Right Away