Words Spoken in Anger: A Pride and Prejudice variation

Words Spoken in Anger: A Pride and Prejudice variation

Margaret Gale / Nov 18, 2019

Words Spoken in Anger A Pride and Prejudice variation Elizabeth Bennet loses her temper at Netherfield Park setting in train some unexpected developments Enjoy a what if journey with Elizabeth and Darcy Jane and Bingley and of Jane Austen s beloved cha

  • Title: Words Spoken in Anger: A Pride and Prejudice variation
  • Author: Margaret Gale
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  • Page: 468
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Elizabeth Bennet loses her temper at Netherfield Park, setting in train some unexpected developments Enjoy a what if journey with Elizabeth and Darcy, Jane and Bingley and of Jane Austen s beloved characters as their lives are changed by a bit of plain speaking.

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    1. “Angry people are not always wise.” Jane Austen, Pride and PrejudiceI think the title is fairly self-explanatory. We have some anger issues throughout this story and man-oh-man, does the fur ever fly. It is like the restraint had been removed from everyone’s mouth and words fell out that we have never heard our characters say before. If you are a purist and adhere to canon, let it be known right now, you will not find it here. This was pure and unadulterated OOC [out-of-character] antics t [...]


    2. Do not teach your children never to be angry; teach them how to be angry. ~Lyman Abbott________________How many times do we ponder how Elizabeth Bennet is able to respond to Caroline Bingley’s remarks and still remain a Lady?The one true thing about Elizabeth is her ability to respond to someone’s remarks in such a way the person isn’t certain whether they have been insulted or not.“Words Spoken in Anger” begins with a time when Elizabeth is driven beyond her ability to remain ladylike [...]


    3. Low angst, sweet storyI enjoyed this book very much. D&E started to have better understanding of each other early in the story, so usual misunderstandings didn't take place. After having read a few of high angst JAFF variations, this one was exactly what I needed.It was well written, and had a few unusual twists, with Collins, Lady Catherine, Ann, and Caroline. The chapter with Mr Collins' POV, and the epilogue with Caroline's, were very much in character. Wickham showed his true colors earl [...]


    4. Read from the JAFF fan fiction. Many good moments. Loved the confrontation between Darcy/ Lizzy/ Georgiana and Wickham. Quite unique. The constant letters written were also fresh and inventive- especially the way they were woven in the story. For the first time I was proud of Lydia! Who thought it possible? I do wonder how the new edited version ended up.


    5. Words Spoken in Anger.This was a great read. Thoroughly enjoyed it. Elizabeth Bennet was staying at Netherfield nursing her sister Jane, when she has had enough of Caroline Bingley's insults and tells her off! She leaves the house in a huff, and when she returns, to apologize, she over hears Darcy and Bingley talking the incident over, and Mr. Darcy is on her side! This is really the beginning of this interesting version!


    6. I enjoyed the premise of this novel - while Elizabeth is staying at Netherfield to tend to her sister she encounters many veiled insults from Caroline and in this novel she gives Caroline the set down she deserves. After a long walk to clear her head Elizabeth hears Darcy talking to bingley and realizes that Darcy agrees with Elizabeth, feels Charles should do something about Caroline and shows admiration for Elizabeth's character. This gives Elizabeth a new opinion of Darcy and thus starts the [...]


    7. While I liked this, the only reason this isn't 3 stars is because I got bored near the end and simply lost interest so while I did like this just couldn't keep me interested for long enough. That being saide start of this was definitely brilliant and better than the end because it kept me interested and I wanted to read it.


    8. AlternativeWith one verbal attack by Caroline on Elizabeth, the entire story changed. Lizzie overhears Darcy say something positive about her, he apologized for his careless remarks and like dominoes everything changed. Even Lydia improves when she's confronted by the truth about what the militia actually think about her. Interesting


    9. Enjoyed it very much!I have to admit, at first I did not hold out too much hope for this type of narrative. The chapters, for the most part were


    10. Not terrible, but the characterizations are a bit off because that's how this JAFF works. Rather than repressing their feelings and being all English, the characters let it fly. It works better than expected, although I wouldn't consider it one of my favorite variations.


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