Young Elizabeth Bennet, comes from the not very wealthy English family of the 18th century. Well-read and intelligent,
aware of both, her insignificant position in the world of upper class, as well as her undoubted personal value and the brilliance, she realizes
that much she differs from other members of her family, from the
eccentric father and the straightforward mother, and immature and
children's still sisters.
She is approaching other people with the typical reserve and distance. A single fact that a young, wealthy unmarried nobleman Bingley is arriving to her neighbours doesn't make any impression on her. She is also not interested in his friend cool, at first glance, bored, but extremely rich William Darcy. Her sister, however, falls in love with reciprocal Bingley and Elizabeth herself, suddenly becomes the object of Darcy's sighs. However, due to her pride and prejudice caused by unflattering opinions about Darcy, ordered her not to believe the thought that the wealthy nobles could treat serious relationship with her. She also doesn't allow to her awareness of her own feelings towards Mr. Darcy.
Among many insinuations and appearances, which are increasingly
moving they away from each other, the history of their future together
seems to be closed.
But continue reading... Love always wins...