Pride and Prejudice

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Pride and Prejudice

Novel of manners by Jane Austen, first published in 1813 add

Category: Literature (420)

Launched in 1813.

Countries: United Kingdom (56%), United States (18%), (13%)

Main connections: Jane Austen, Pride and Prejudice (1995 TV series), BBC

Linked to: Cambridge University Press, University of California Press, BBC, University of Cambridge

 

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1813

Foreign language translations first appeared in 1813 in French; subsequent translations were published in German, Danish, and Swedish add something

 

"'Pride and Prejudice"' is a novel of manners by Jane Austen, first published in 1813 add something

 

Egerton published the first edition of "Pride and Prejudice" in three hardcover volumes on 27 January 1813 add something

 

Favourable reviews saw this edition sold out, with a second edition published in November 1813 that year add something


1832

"Pride and Prejudice" was first published in the United States in August 1832 as "Elizabeth Bennet or, Pride and Prejudice" add something


1833

The novel was included in Richard Bentley's Standard Novel series in 1833 add something


1921

Ivor Novello - Novello made his stage debut in 1921 in "Deburau" by Sacha Guitry with Robert Loraine, Madge Titheradge and Bobbie Andrews, and among other stage engagements, in the next years he played Bingley in an adaptation of "Pride and Prejudice" with Ben Webster as D'Arcy and Mary Jerrold as Elizabeth, in a cast that included Ellen Terry, May Whitty and Joyce Carey


1923

R. W. Chapman's scholarly edition of "Pride and Prejudice", first published in 1923, has become the standard edition from which many modern publications of the novel are based add something


1930

Glen Byam Shaw - Byam Shaw concluded his acting career in the late 1930s in roles including D'Arcy in a dramatisation of "Pride and Prejudice", character parts in "The Merchant of Venice" and "Richard II", and Sir Benjamin Backbite in "The School for Scandal"


1937

Louie Pounds - In 1937 she toured as Mrs Bennett with Angela Baddeley and Glen Byam Shaw in a stage adaptation of "Pride and Prejudice"


1940

Some of the notable film versions include that of 1940 starring Greer Garson and Laurence Olivier , and that of 2005 starring Keira Knightley and Matthew Macfadyen add something

 

Jane Austen - The first film adaptation was the 1940 MGM production of "Pride and Prejudice" starring Laurence Olivier and Greer Garson

 

Celia Johnson - Her theatre career flourished with her portrayals of Elizabeth Bennet in "Pride and Prejudice" and the second Mrs. de Winter in "Rebecca" ; the production of the latter was halted when the theatre was destroyed by a Luftwaffe bomb in September 1940


1946

Christopher Plummer - In 1946, his performance as Mr. Darcy in the production of Pride and Prejudice at Montreal High brought Christopher Plummer to the attention of Herbert Whittaker, the theatre critic of the "Montreal Gazette"


1959

"First Impressions" was a 1959 Broadway musical version starring Polly Bergen, Farley Granger, and Hermione Gingold add something

 

Farley Granger - In 1959, Granger returned to Broadway as Fitzwilliam Darcy opposite Polly Bergen as Elizabeth Bennet in "First Impressions", a musical adaptation of "Pride and Prejudice" with a book and direction by Abe Burrows


1969

Kathleen Thompson - In 1969, she opened Chicago 's first feminist bookstore, Pride and Prejudice, which later became the Women's Center of Chicago, of which she was a founding member


1986

Pride and Prejudice (1995 TV series) - In the autumn of 1986, after watching a preview of Austen's "Northanger Abbey", Sue Birtwistle and Andrew Davies agreed to adapt "Pride and Prejudice", one of their favourite books, for television


1995

In 1995, a musical concept album was written by Bernard J. Taylor, with Claire Moore in the role of Elizabeth Bennet and Peter Karrie in the role of Mr Darcy add something

 

Notable television versions include two by the BBC: the popular 1995 version starring Jennifer Ehle and Colin Firth, and a 1980 version starring Elizabeth Garvie and David Rintoul add something

 

Bridget Jones's Diary (film) - Fielding has stated in many interviews that her novel was based upon both Jane Austen's work "Pride and Prejudice" and its popular 1995 BBC adaptation

 

Crispin Bonham-Carter - He is well known for his role as Mr. Bingley in BBC's "Pride and Prejudice" in 1995

 

Jennifer Ehle - Her performance as Elizabeth Bennet in the BBC 1995 television adaptation of Jane Austen's classic "Pride and Prejudice" earned her a British Academy of Film and Television Arts *award

 

Jane Austen - In 1995 a great wave of Austen adaptations began to appear, with Ang Lee's film of "Sense and Sensibility", for which screenwriter and star Emma Thompson won an Academy *award, and the BBC's immensely popular TV mini-series "Pride and Prejudice", starring Jennifer Ehle and Colin Firth

 

Colin Firth - It was through the 1995 BBC television adaptation of Jane Austen's "Pride and Prejudice" that Firth gained wider renown

 

Jennifer Ehle - She is perhaps best known for her role as Elizabeth Bennet in the successful 1995 miniseries "Pride and Prejudice", which won her the BAFTA TV *award for Best Actress

 

Lynn Farleigh - She portrayed Mrs Bennet's sister, Mrs Phillips, in the 1995 BBC version of "Pride and Prejudice"

 

Andante favori - The makers of the 1995 BBC adaptation of Jane Austen's novel Pride and Prejudice used the "Andante favori" as the musical content of a concocted scene in which Elizabeth Bennet and Fitzwilliam Darcy exchange tender glances while his sister Georgiana plays the andante on the fortepiano


1996

Helen Fielding's 1996 novel Bridget Jones's Diary was based on "Pride and Prejudice" and spawned a feature film of the same name that was released in 2001 add something

 

Pride and Prejudice (1995 TV series) - "Pride and Prejudice" received BAFTA Television *award nominations for "Best Drama Serial", "Best Costume Design", and "Best Make Up/Hair" in 1996


1999

Petra Yared - She appeared in the Melbourne Theatre Company stage production of "Pride and Prejudice" in Melbourne, Victoria, in 1999


2001

Bridget Jones - "Pride and Prejudice" screenwriter Andrew Davies collaborated on the screenplays for the 2001 and 2004 "Bridget Jones" films, which would show Crispin Bonham-Carter and Lucy Robinson in minor roles


2002

Marnie Reece-Wilmore - She appeared as an LA Groupie in the 2002 film "Queen of the Damned", and has worked with both the Melbourne and Sydney Theatre Companies in a play of "Pride and Prejudice"


2003

New York: Barnes & Noble Classics Collection, 2003 add something

 

Jane Austen - In 2003, Austen's "Pride and Prejudice" came second in the BBC's The Big Read, a national poll to find the "Nation's best-loved book


2004

Aishwarya Rai - In late 2004, Rai garnered international recognition for her starring role opposite Martin Henderson in Gurinder Chadha's British film "Bride and Prejudice", a Bollywood-style adaptation of Jane Austen's novel "Pride and Prejudice"

 

Bride and Prejudice - The screenplay by Chadha and Paul May 2004 eda Berges is a Bollywood-style adaptation of "Pride and Prejudice" by Jane Austen


2005

Darren Criss - From 2005 to 2009, while attending the University of Michigan, Criss took part in numerous stage productions, including "Pride and Prejudice", "The Last Days of Judas Iscariot", "A Few Good Men", and "The Cripple of Inishmaan"

 

Henry Purcell - In the 21st century, the soundtrack of the 2005 film version of "Pride and Prejudice" features a dance titled "A Postcard to Henry Purcell


2007

Pride and Prejudice (1995 TV series) - In 2007, the UK Film Council declared "Pride and Prejudice" one of the television dramas that have become "virtual brochures" for British history and society


2008

Pride and Prejudice (1995 TV series) - The creators of the 2008 ITV production "Lost in Austen" emulated the lake scene in their "Pride and Prejudice" through their contemporary heroine who cajoles Darcy into recreating the moment

 

A new stage production, "Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice, The New Musical", was presented in concert on 21 October 2008 in Rochester, New York, with Colin Donnell as Darcy add something


2009

In March 2009, Quirk Books released "Pride and Prejudice and Zombies", which takes Austen's actual, original work, and mashes it up with zombie hordes, cannibalism, ninjas, and ultra-violent mayhem add something

 

The first issue was published on 1 April 2009 and was written by Nancy Hajeski add something


2010

This was published as a graphic novel in 2010 with artwork by Hugo Petrus add something


2011

In 2011, author Mitzi Szereto expanded on the novel in "Pride and Prejudice: Hidden Lusts", a historical sex parody that parallels the original plot and writing style of Jane Austen add something

 

It was written in the style of Austen after extensive research into the period and language and published in 2011 under the pen name of Ava Farmer add something

 

Sandra Lerner - In November 2011, she published a sequel to Jane Austen's "Pride and Prejudice" titled "Second Impressions" using the pen name of Ava Farmer ; she plans to make it into a movie


2013

Jo Baker's 2013 novel "Longbourn" imagines the lives of the servants of "Pride and Prejudice" add something

 

James Fleet - In December 2013 the BBC aired one of their major dramas for the Christmas season, Death Comes to Pemberley , a three-part British television drama based on characters created by Jane Austen in her novel Pride and Prejudice

 

Anna Maxwell Martin - In December 2013 the BBC aired one of their major dramas for the Christmas season, Death Comes to Pemberley , a three-part British television drama based on characters created by Jane Austen in her novel Pride and Prejudice


2014

This is equivalent to anywhere from around £200,000 a year to around £10 million a year in 2014, depending on the method of calculation, but such an income would have put him among the 400 wealthiest families in the country at the time add something


2016

In 2016, a movie of the aforementioned contemporary literature adaptation was released starring Lily James and Matt Smith add something


2018

A cinematic adaptation of "Longbourn" was due to start filming in late 2018, directed by Sharon Maguire, who directed "Bridget Jones's Diary" and "Bridget Jones's Baby", screenplay by Jessica Swale, produced by Random House Films and StudioCanal add something