What's the Difference between Pride and Prejudice the Book and Pride and Prejudice the Movie?

Romance

Pride and Prejudice

83%
Released: 1813
Author: Jane Austin

Pride and Prejudice

17%
Released: 2005
Director: Joe Wright
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Elizabeth Bennet
Elizabeth Bennet
Portrayed by: Keira Knightley
Mr. Darcy
Mr. Darcy
Portrayed by: Matthew Macfadyen
Caroline Bingley
Caroline Bingley
Portrayed by: Kelly Reilly
Charles Bingley
Charles Bingley
Portrayed by: Simon Woods
Pride and Prejudice Book vs Movie
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In the Book In the Movie
   Mr. Bennett and Mr. Collins have a conversation where Bennett tells Collins that no one would suspect that his manners were rehearsed. Elizabeth says this to Mr. Collins.
   Elizabeth is a sweet mannered, intelligent girl with good humor. She is often rude and ill tempered.
   Lydia lets Lizzie know that Darcy was involved in the wedding plans, but refuses to elaborate. Lizzie writes to her Aunt to find the truth. Lydia tells Lizzie everything about Darcy's involvment.
   Elizabeth Mr. Darcy outdoors when the gardener was showing around the garden in Pemberley. A servant told Elizabeth, her aunt and her uncle that Mr. Darcy was not at home and he would come the following day. Elizabeth met Mr. Darcy and his sister the same day in the house.
   Elizabeth met Mr. Darcy's sister on a different day. She met her with Mr. Darcy in Permberley.
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Mr. Reno's MVCS Class 2014
10 Apr 2014 Anonymous
I like pie
23 Mar 2014 Anonymous
There is also a big difference in the ending; Elizabeth met Darcy outdoor and she was wearing her night garment. At that time people couldn't really go out with their night clothes.
16 Dec 2013 Anonymous


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