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By Grace Burrowes

David, Viscount quite, has imperiled his honor...

Letty Banks is a reluctant courtesan, protecting a bad mystery that introduced her, a vicar's daughter, to a lifetime of vice. whereas changing into madam of Viscount Fairly's high-class brothel is an absolute monetary necessity, Letty refuses to turn into David's mistress-though their charm turns into more durable to withstand the extra she learns concerning the man...

Perhaps a fallen girl can redeem it.

David is smitten not just with Letty's attractiveness, but additionally along with her calm, her kindness, her quiet. David is set to place respectability again in her seize, whether that suggests uncovering the secrets and techniques Letty works so tough to maintain hidden-secrets which could take her clear of him forever...

Award-winning big apple instances and united states at the present time bestselling writer Grace Burrowes's outstanding writing will immerse you in a Regency international not like any you've skilled.

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If leisured society can be extravagant, it can also be lazy. For example, Mr. Bingley’s brother-in-law, Mr. Hurst, “a man of more fashion than fortune” (p. 18), seems entirely incapable of any exertion except eating and playing cards, a fact that Austen humorously establishes as evidence of his perfect lethargy. At Netherfield, when Elizabeth Bennet chooses reading over a game of loo, he is nonplussed. Lacking any interior life himself, Mr. Hurst cannot imagine how one could take pleasure in an activity that is solitary and that might require reflection.

Page 294) She was convinced that she could have been happy with him, when it was no longer likely they should meet. (page 301) “You must learn some of my philosophy. ” (page 356) “I am the happiest creature in the world. Perhaps other people have said so before, but no one with such justice. com/classics Pride and Prejudice was first published in 1813. Originally published in mass market paperback format in 2003 by Barnes & Noble Classics with new Introduction, Notes, Biography, Chronology, Inspired By, Comments & Questions, and For Further Reading.

Elizabeth Bennet herself descends from lower gentry, on her father’s side, while her maternal grandfather was an attorney. Despite her allegiance to professionals and businessmen, Austen clearly had respect for what she would have regarded as the nobler values of the landed gentry and aristocracy, particularly the sense of social responsibility and decorum that are implicitly endorsed by the narrator and main characters of the novel. Although these values are fostered through the preservation of a strict social hierarchy, they do not happen to thwart the aspirations of the fictional Elizabeth Bennet, and thus modern readers need never confront the injustices of an English society that remained wary of the new democratic values espoused in America and France and among English radicals.

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