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CFB: Call for Bloggers – Pride and Prejudice

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Pride and Prejudice and Me: A Bicentennial Reflection

In a nod to the 200th anniversary of the publication of Pride and Prejudice, Infamous Scribblers is creating a collection of short literacy narratives specifically addressing relationships and experiences with this novel. It is obvious that this work has enjoyed impressive popularity in both academia and popular culture. We would like the opportunity to share personal stories that could shed some light on why such popularity has continued over the years. If you are interested in writing a short (400-500 words) narrative of your relationship with or personal thoughts on the novel, please email us at InfamousScribbs@gmail.com for more specific details.

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