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Pride and Prejudice
used in Oryx and Crake

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the most famous of Jane Austen's novels; a still popular romantic comedy in which Darcy overcomes his pride and Elizabeth overcomes her prejudice (1813)
  • Jimmy himself had put together a naked Pride and Prejudice and a naked To the Lighthouse, just for laughs, and in sophomore VizArts at HelthWyzer he'd done Theltese Falcon, with costumes by Kate Greenaway and depth-and-shadow styling by Rembrandt.
    p. 187.8

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