Mr and Mrs Bennet have five daughters. All оf them are young, most оf them are beautiful and, most importantly, all of them are unmarried. When Mr Bingley and his rich but proud friend Mr Darcy arrive in Netherfield, Mrs Bennet and her daughters are very excited. But as Jane and Mr Bingley become closer, why do Mr Bingley''s feelings suddenly appear to change? And why does Mr Darcy act so coldly towards Elizabeth - and the charming Mr Wickham? Формат издания: 13 см х 20 см.
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