ABAA | Search for rare & antiquarian books, autographs, ephemeraPride and Prejudice was published in January and it proved to be such a great success that a second edition was immediately published in November of the same year. According to Sir Geoffrey Keynes, copies of the first edition were printed. This precious novel was originally titled First Impressions and was written by Austen during the period of late and August She made significant revisions to the manuscript between and and she later renamed the story to Pride and Prejudice before given to the Thomas Egerton for publication. In the years between the completion of First Impressions and its revision into Pride and Prejudice, two other works had been published under that name: a novel by Margaret Holford and a comedy by Horace Smith. Egerton published the novel in 3 volumes and the set was sold for the amount of 18 shillings.
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“A lady's imagination is very rapid; it jumps from admiration to love, from love to matrimony in a moment": Rare First Edition of Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice.
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Bentley bought the copyrights of all Jane Austen's works to include them in his Standard Novels series, it was never published under that title, as circulating libraries still had copies of the originals. Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase! Originally called First Impressio. It has been transferred to TV as a miniseries and the big screen as a movie. Scroll over to zoom Click for rarw size?
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