The Classic Tales Podcast
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Lydia receives a controversial invitation, and Elizabeth travels to Darbyshire with her aunt and uncle. But when the Gardiners desire to visit Pemberly, the ancestral home of Mr. Darcy, Elizabeth becomes seriously conflicted. Jane Austen, today on The Classic Tales Podcast.

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And now, Pride and Prejudice, Part 8 of 14, by Jane Austen

Direct download: CT_512_PrideandPrejudice_Part9of14.mp3
Category:Literature -- posted at: 11:11pm MDT