Mr. Bennet's Gambit: A Pride and Prejudice Variation by Don H. Miller - PDF free download eBook

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For those familiar with Pride and Prejudice, this variation begins just after Bingley and Darcy unexpectedly depart Netherfield...

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Details of Mr. Bennet's Gambit: A Pride and Prejudice Variation

Exact title of the book
Mr. Bennet's Gambit: A Pride and Prejudice Variation
Book author
Don H. Miller
Book edition
Kindle Edition
Number of pages
212 pages
ISBN (ASIN)
B07JW7JV5J
Published
October 14th 2018
File size (in PDF)
848 kB
Mr. Bennet's Gambit: A Pride and Prejudice Variation

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For those familiar with Pride and Prejudice, this variation begins just after Bingley and Darcy unexpectedly depart Netherfield Park following the ball hosted there by Bingley. It assumes Jane Bennet has received the note from Caroline Bingley telling her that Bingley is unlikely to return and implying he may court Georgiana Darcy. Mr. Bennet decides something must be done to secure his family’s future and informs Elizabeth that she must marry Mr. Collins, which he can do because she is not yet of age.

Elizabeth thwarts Mr. Bennet's plans by disappearing from Hertfordshire, perhaps forever. The story follows Elizabeth’s escape from what she considers a fate worse than death and her adventures after her escape. It also tells of Darcy's attempts to find her, once he discovers she is gone and is willing to admit to himself that he loves her.

However, her father’s betrayal of the trust she had in his love for her makes Elizabeth question whether she will ever be willing to trust a man's love again. If the father she worshiped, whom she thought doted on her, was willing to submit her to a marital life of misery just to satisfy his own desires, how could she ever trust another man’s love. The book also tells how Mr. Bennet's decision, which causes Elizabeth to leave, directly or indirectly impacts the lives of all his daughters.