'Pride and Prejudice' and Wheaton: Community comes together for first ever 'Wheaton Reads' program
WHEATON – The classic novel “Pride and Prejudice” has seen an array of different treatments during its 200-year lifespan.
From the original Jane Austen text to Laurence Olivier to Keira Knightley to zombies, it has been interpreted many ways throughout the generations.
Yet the legacy of “Pride and Prejudice” remains. The Wheaton Public Library will celebrate Austen’s timelessness during October, by selecting her novel as the inaugural book for its “Wheaton Reads” community reading program.
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