What are we going to make of The Great Gatsby now that it has gone into the public domain?
It’s always a mistake to dismiss anyone in a Jane Austen too quickly, even shy, asocial, almost unlikeable Anne de Bourgh, Elizabeth Bennet’s rival…sort of…in Pride and Prejudice.
Longbourn is an “alternative” version of Pride and Prejudice that is told from the point of view of the “below stairs” family. You might think that calling them the below stairs family is pushing it a bit, but you will find out, if you read that book, that my phrasing is pretty accurate. Buy on …