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To Teach the Admiring MultitudeTo Teach the Admiring Multitude is a seamless continuation of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice An elegant witty romantic and uplifting exploration of marriage intimacy family and forgiveness admirers of Austen’s novels will be delighted with this carefully crafted continuation of her most famous story True to the tone and tenor of the original novel the story is a captivating homage to Austen's beloved characters and novel There is much that Austen leaves unexplored in Pride and Prejudice and much she suggests at its conclusion This story draws on these elements and readers will find some of her turns of phrase sprinkled throughout the pages This faithful conti. Okay That really three and a half starsI did like the book even though it was long and wordy the author has a great thesaurus But what prevented me from giving this book four stars is that there is no real closure Too many things were left in the air You’ll finish the book which took you 7 hours to read let’s not forget and go that’s it😧

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Nuation explores how Elizabeth and Darcy might have lived the early months of their marriage telling their journey in a manner that seeks not to alter the essence of what made their story so unforgettable and beloved to begin with but to enrich it It is a story about the bonds of marriage a love story about two people entirely different in disposition experience and background striving to create together a sustainable happiness against the backdrop of friends and relations on both sides who either do not understand or do not approve their union In her novels Jane Austen explored the small and fraught complexities of everyday life with piercing wit and unsentimental. What Determines Good Character Family Name Or UpbringingThis Pride Prejudice variation is about marriage in general in the early 19th century and the marriage of Elizabeth Bennet Darcy and Fitzwilliam Darcy in particular This book particularly looks at people with money and or connections or titles The story opens with Elizabeth and Fitzwilliam Darcy having just married His family disapproves except his cousin Colonel Fitzwilliam but her family is very happy with the marriage No one is as vocally critical as Lady Catharine Debourgh They leave the wedding breakfast to spend some time in London Elizabeth meets the Fitzwilliam family and they are coldly polite to her Over time Elizabeth makes friends with Darcy’s aunt the the countess The marriages in the story are either a love match Elizabeth Darcy or arranged for money and or connections There are several examples of society marriages including Darcy’s uncle and aunt the earl and countess their daughter and her husband their oldest son who marries during the story and several of Fitzwilliam’s friends All of these people have marriages that were approved by the elite members of society Most of these marriages do well despite not being love matches The people are honest if not a bit stuck up and have overall good moral values The Fitzwilliam family assumes if someone comes from a rich and or noble blood line they must be a moral and trustworthy person They soon learn that with money and or titles people can hide disgraceful behavior The family eventually gets to know and love Elizabeth and to respect her father and her uncle Gardiner a tradesman from London and realize the flaw in the way they judge people Fitzwilliam and Elizabeth also come in contact with people who are from good families and or have a lot of money but conduct themselves in immoral or disreputable behavior The moral of the story is to judge people on their own merits not their family or riches The story additionally looks at the ups and downs of a newly married couple It makes clear that though love is a good foundation for marriage the couple will still need to work together to be happy It’s a good story and I highly recommend it to anyone but especially to Pride Prejudice fans

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review To Teach the Admiring Multitude 100 ´ To Teach the Admiring Multitude is a seamless continuation of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice An elegant witty romantic and uplifting exploration of marriage intimacy family and forgiveness admirers of Austen’s novels will be delighted with this carefully crafted continuation of her most famous stoClarity She was the antithesis of a sensationalist and never abused of the cheap thrill or the too clever plot devise to entertain her readers She depicted instead the inherent drama humour and poignancy of the ordinary human condition examining the difficulties of finding happiness and fulfillment within the norms of a highly restrictive and hierarchical society This continuation of Pride and Prejudice occupies the same intimate emotionally rich confines of everyday life Lovers of Jane Austen's works as well as fans of the myriad adaptations will find in these pages a satisfying entertaining and insightful return to the elegance subtlety wit and wisdom of her novel. I loved this bookThere is no superwoman Lizzy or dour and dark Darcy No wild and unbelievable tangents It is much as if Jane Austen would have written if she had continued the story I highly recommend this book