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Book Title: 1932|
The author of the book: Karen M. Cox
Edition: Meryton Press
The size of the: 338 KB
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Date of issue: September 29th 2010
ISBN 13: 9781936009053
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..". the last man in the world I could ever be prevailed on to marry."When Elizabeth Bennet left Fitzwilliam Darcy with those words, she was a sheltered, na ve girl who had never felt the sting of real poverty. What if her circumstances were more precarious? Would she still express herself using those harsh words? What if she were the victim of a raging storm of worldwide economic hardship that touched virtually everyone? How would the consequences of that hardship affect the other beloved characters of Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice? If Elizabeth thought she was running out of options, what would happen then?
1932 is a twist on Jane Austen's classic tale. Elizabeth Bennet has always led a pampered existence as the daughter of a university professor in the Midwest until the safety of her world dissolves around her due to unforeseen adversity. Amidst the ensuing upheaval, what - and who - might she discover as she rebuilds a life for herself and her family in the sleepy, backwater town of Meryton?
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Read information about the authorKaren M Cox is an award-winning author of novels accented with romance and history: 1932, Find Wonder in All Things, Undeceived, and I Could Write a Book. Other published works include an ebook novella, The Journey Home, “Northanger Revisited 2015”, which appeared in Sun-Kissed: Effusions of Summer, "I, Darcy," a short story in The Darcy Monologues, and "An Honest Man", which will appear in the upcoming anthology, Dangerous to Know: Jane Austen's Rakes and Gentleman Rogues.
Originally from Everett, WA, Karen now lives in Central Kentucky with her husband, where she works as a pediatric speech pathologist, encourages her children, and spoils her granddaughter. Like Austen’s Emma, Karen has many hobbies and projects she doesn’t quite finish, but like Elizabeth Bennet, she aspires to be a great reader and an excellent walker.
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