Title: Pride and Prejudice
Synopsis: Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice is interpreted by the Italian illustrator Sicks. This graphic novel is the first English ebook released by Zandegù. It belongs to the series I Bignè, our super-short graphic synopsis of famous classic novels in a funny ebook version.
In order to celebrate the 200th anniversary of Pride and Prejudice since its first release in 1813, Sicks – an illustrator and painter based in Rome, graduated from the ‘Scuola Internazionale di Comics’– revisits the story in an ironic way, with a sepia look and a feminine and yet modern touch …
My Rating: ★★★☆☆
Tags: Comic, Retelling
Review: This was cute but super super short. It was sweet and funny and the artwork was really cute but I wouldn’t be in a hurry to purchase it.
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Thank you, Mary. I’m feeling a lot better now.
I’m really sorry to hear you have Covid now, Elaine. Get lots of rest, and feel better soon!
Thank you, Cheri.
I hope the rest of your summer goes better than the beginning and you continue to feel better.
I hope you enjoy the duology as much as I did 🙂