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Old 02-25-2009, 05:47 PM   #2
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Originally Posted by AnemicOak View Post
Last year Penguin released an enriched or enhanced ebook edition of Pride & Prejudice. I'm hoping Harry, who I know will know which one I'm talking about, or someone else can confirm for me that this is the correct version...

http://www.amazon.com/Pride-and-Prej...5596477&sr=1-1


TIA!
Well, the description does say the following......not sure exactly what else you would consider 'enhanced'..

This Penguin Enriched E-Book Classic features:

? The most complete e-version of Pride & Prejudice for e-book readers, including Kindle or Sony Reader

? A chronology and suggestions for further reading

? A filmography

? Period book reviews of Pride & Prejudice

? "What did Jane Eat?" - selected period recipes, including "How to Prepare Tea"

? A literary tour of noteworthy Jane Austen sites, including a black and white map of sites from Pride & Prejudice

? Period-appropriate black and white illustrations of fashion, home d?cor, architecture, and transportation, as well as instructions on dancing and social etiquette

? Linked notes and commentary allow readers to further explore Jane Austen and her wide-ranging appeal
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