With Monday marking the 200th anniversary of the publication of Pride and Prejudice, there is a plethora of P&P-related posts popping up. (As well as the urge to alliterate!)
One of the most interesting articles is this lovely romp through time, "200 Years of 'Pride and Prejudice' Book Design," featuring several covers of different editions, as well as covers of creative spin-offs.
The direct link to the article is here at
Peacocks have adorned many a P&P cover, including the perennial favorite featured below, an 1895 edition illustrated by Hugh Thomson.
Which are your favorites?
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