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Netherfield Park revisited : the acclaimed Pride and prejudice sequel series

Jonathan Bingley, son of Charles and Jane Bingley, is the new master of Netherfield Park. Jonathan is clever, handsome, and more politically active than his easygoing father, and is a deeply passionate man who faces major crisis in his life and that of his young family. Jonathan Bingley's efforts to deal with the consequences of his and other people's actions lie at the heart of the tale, which is also a love story that tests the strength and inner resources of the characters.

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  • "Jonathan Bingley, son of Charles and Jane Bingley, is the new master of Netherfield Park. Jonathan is clever, handsome, and more politically active than his easygoing father, and is a deeply passionate man who faces major crisis in his life and that of his young family. Jonathan Bingley's efforts to deal with the consequences of his and other people's actions lie at the heart of the tale, which is also a love story that tests the strength and inner resources of the characters."@en
  • "Set in mid-Victorian England, at a time of great political and social reform. Jane Austen's characters Elizabeth, Jane, Darcy and Bingley are observers and commentators whose values and opinions are important elements of the drama as the next generation reaches maturity. Australian author."@en
  • "Jonathan Bingley, son of Charles and Jane Bingley, is the new master of Netherfield Park. Jonathan is clever, handsome, and more politically active than his easygoing father, and is a deeply passionate man who faces major crisis in his life and that of his young family. Jonathan Bingley's efforts to deal with the consequences of his and other people's actions lie at the heart of the tale, which is also a love story that tests the strength and inner resources of the characters."
  • "Three generations of the Darcy and the Bingley families evolve against a backdrop of the political ideals and social reforms of the mid-Victorian era."@en

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  • "Regency fiction"@en
  • "Fiction"@en
  • "Fiction"
  • "Electronic books"@en
  • "Domestic fiction"
  • "Regency fiction"
  • "Domestic fiction"@en

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  • "Netherfield Park revisited : the acclaimed Pride and prejudice sequel series"@en
  • "Netherfield Park revisited"@en
  • "Netherfield Park revisited"
  • "Netherfield Park Revisited the Acclaimed Pride and Prejudice Sequel Series"@en