Jul 152010
 

ACG

~ 1914-2003 ~

*The titles that have highlighted links are the ones I have read and reviewed on this blog

**This list is in chronological order based on the publication year

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Darcy and Elizabeth by Frances Morgan © 2003 S

The Confessions of Fitzwilliam Darcy by Mary Street © 2003 (republished in 2008)  APV

More Letters from Pemberley by Jane Dawkins © 2003 (republished in 2007)  S  E

– Mr. Darcy’s Daughters by Elizabeth Aston © 2003  S  MC

Honour and Humility by Genevieve Rose Wimer © 2002  S

Mrs. Fitzwilliam Darcy by Anne Fafoutakis © 2002  SS

Jane Austen in Boca by Paula Marantz Cohen © 2002  M

Pride and Promiscuity: The Lost Sex Scenes of Jane Austen by Arielle Eckstut and Dennis Ashton © 2001 (republished in 2008)   MA  SS

Lady Catherine’s Necklace by Joan Aiken © 2000  MY

Virtue and Vanity by Ted and Marilyn Bader © 2000  S

Pride, Prejudice, and Jasmine Field by Melissa Nathan © 2000  M

Darcy’s Story by Janet Aylmer © 1999 (republished in 2006)  APV

Letters from Pemberley by Jane Dawkins © 1999 (republished in 2007)  S  E

Desire and Duty by Ted and Marilyn Bader © 1997  S

The Diary of Henry Fitzwilliam Darcy by Marjorie Fasman © 1997  APV

Pemberley Place by Anne Hampson © 1997  S

– Bridget Jones’s Diary by Helen Fielding © 1997  AI  MA

Deborah by Jane Gillespie © 199S  MC

Presumption: An Entertainment by Julia Barrett © 1994  S

An Unequal Marriage: Pride and Prejudice Twenty Years Later by Emma Tennant © 1994  S

Pemberley: Or Pride and Prejudice Continued by Emma Tennant © 1993  S

Teverton Hall by Jane Gillespie © 1987  S  MC

Gambles and Gambols-A Visit with Old Friends by June Menzies © 1983  S

Darkness at Pemberley by T. H. White © 1978  MY  (very loosely connected to P&P)

The Heiress of Rosings by Cedric Wallis © 1956  PL

The Wedding at Pemberley by Anne and Arthur Russell © 1949  PL  S

Pemberley Shades by Dorothy Alice Bonavia-Hunt © 1949 (republished in 2008)  S

The Darcys of Rosings by Lily Adams Beck published in Ladies: A Shining Constellation of Wit and Beauty © 1922  SS  S  E

Old Friends and New Fancies by Sybil G. Brinton © 1914 (republished in 2007)  S

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Key:

S – Sequel
PL – Play
M – Modern Adaption
MA – Mature Audiences
SS – Short Story
APV – Alternate Point-of-View
E – Epistolary Novel
MY – Mystery
MC – Minor Character
AI – Austen Inspired

 

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  6 Responses to “A Comprehensive Guide to Austenesque Novels – Pride and Prejudice (1914-2003)”

  1.  

    Wow Meredith! What an undertaking! Be assured your effort is appreciated – your lists are my go to spot for finding JAFF I have overlooked. You’ve given me lots of to look for here! Thanks!

  2.  

    Thank you, Alexa! Your support is much appreciated!

  3.  

    You are doing yeoman’s work here, Meredith. Thank you for all your efforts.

  4.  

    You are doing yeoman’s work here, Meredith. Thank you for all your efforts.

  5.  

    Wow, I didn’t realize this part was on here. I’m blind obviously. Too much reading…..lol
    What a great job you’re doing!

  6.  

    wonderful idea to break up these listings! verry helpful in these #Austenesque Extravaganza recommendation searches! thx ”)

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