PRIDE & PREJUDICE by Jane Austen – FULL AudioBook 🎧📖 | Greatest🌟AudioBooks ( English Literature – Fiction )
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Pride and Prejudice is the most famous of Jane Austen’s novels, and its opening is one of the most famous lines in English literature — “It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a single man in possession of a good fortune, must be in want of a wife.” Its manuscript was first written between 1796 and 1797, and was initially called First Impressions, but was never published under that title. Following revisions it was published on 28 January 1813 by the same Mr. Egerton of the Military Library, Whitehall, who had brought out Sense and Sensibility. Like both its predecessor and Northanger Abbey, it was written at Steventon Rectory. (Summary adapted from Wikipedia. org)

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Chapter listing and chapter length:

Chapter 01 — 00:00:00

Chapter 02 – 00:04:34

Chapter 03 – 00:08:48

Chapter 4 – 00:17:20

Chapter 5 – 00:22:53

Chapter 6 – 00:27:56

Chapter 7 – 00:39:50

Chapter 8 – 00:49:42

Chapter 9 – 00:59:30

Chapter 10 – 01:08:33

Chapter 11 – 01:19:56

Chapter 12 – 01:28:22

Chapter 13 – 01:32:03

Chapter 14 – 01:40:27

Chapter 15 – 01:47:02

Chapter 16 – 01:55:44

Chapter 17 – 02:13:04

Chapter 18 – 02:19:46

Chapter 19 – 02:46:03

Chapter 20 – 02:57:20

Chapter 21 – 03:06:20

Chapter 22 – 03:16:35

Chapter 23 – 03:25:40

Chapter 24 – 03:33:48

Chapter 25 – 3:43:40

Chapter 26 – 3:51:10

Chapter 27 – 4:02:50

Chapter 28 – 4:09:20

Chapter 29 – 4:16:55

Chapter 30 – 4:29:52

Chapter 31 – 4:35:48

Chapter 32 – 4:43:52

Chapter 33 – 4:51:50

Chapter 34 – 5:00:50

Chapter 35 – 5:11:52

Chapter 36 – 5:27:23

Chapter 37 – 5:38:06

Chapter 38 – 5:42:12

Chapter 39 – 5:52:30

Chapter 40 – 6:00:06

Chapter 41 – 6:09:00

Chapter 42 – 6:20:50

Chapter 43 – 6:30:25

Chapter 44 – 6:54:41

Chapter 45 – 7:06:21

Chapter 46 – 7:15:00

Chapter 47 – 7:30:30

Chapter 48 – 7:50:18

Chapter 49 – 8:02:22

Chapter 50 – 8:13:11

Chapter 51 – 8:23:49

Chapter 52 – 8:33:43

Chapter 53 – 8:48:20

Chapter 54 – 9:02:52

Chapter 55 – 9:10:47

Chapter 56 – 9:22:04

Chapter 57 – 9:36:17

Chapter 58 – 9:45:00

Chapter 59 – 9:57:12

Chapter 60 – 10:09:35

Chapter 61 – 10:17:15

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Total running time: 10:23:00
Read by Karen Savage
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20 thoughts on “PRIDE & PREJUDICE by Jane Austen – FULL AudioBook 🎧📖 | Greatest🌟AudioBooks

  1. Which of Karen Savage narration of Austen works you love the most?
    1. Pride and Prejudice
    2. Mansfield Park
    3. Sense and Sensibility
    4. Persuasion

  2. During the dialogue it was so difficult to differentiate who was who because the narrator does not seem to be very good at accents

  3. Since this audiobook is in the public domain, I don't feel guilty for listening to it on YouTube. I know people try to upload audiobooks of recent published works on YouTube a lot.
    16:58

  4. She has a nice voice but reads very fast! I'm not english mother tongue and I found hard to follow her reading.

  5. "Also read again, and for the third time at least, Miss Austen's very finely written novel of Pride and Prejudice. That young lady had a talent for describing the involvement and feelings and characters of ordinary life which is to me the most wonderful I ever met with."

    Sir Walter Scott

    Journal entry, March 14th 1826 

    But who was Walter Scott?….https://www.janeausten.co.uk/sir-walter-scott-author-critic/

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